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Da Q&IQ4 fil© 9^— The 18th consonant 

W pronounced with the help of the teeth; 

^ corresponding to English ( th' as in 'bathe*. 

GQIQM G9IQSP 1 W ai^Q^lty 3191% 
siQyiQ^iCQ Bofliw^og ssq^ CQStei^L £te!G99i 

9?— weistaGioo 9©hsj (ad") 9|©i ; &a 9<i— 

(qi — ^|) A suffix meaning *giver\ 

[ 9— 91 ai^ w <§ V staiQfloa acw sip aCQ 
30$ $<i i aal— aiosi* fl ^, flOQ, qiqq, 9Q9 

QQslQ I 49IQ tiftCTGQ Ql §0 I 331 — 8Q9I, 9Q9I, 
GAIS9I Q«W l] 

a. Q. ( 91 ai§+Q$. a ) — * i-qto — 
1. Mountain. 

9 I ( + Q9. a) 91©— 2. Gift, 

* I Q*i|Cl -—3. Act of relinquishing, 

■* I ( G9i ai§_=s&Qtf swi+qQ. a ) — 

GQ9Q — 4. Cutting. 

* I QCI $$91—5. Dividing. 

[ ? I (Ql + Q$. a ) 9IQI — 

6. Giver; a bounteous man. 


9 I ( G9! ai%=GQQO QQQI + Q$. a )— 

agl; QAl-7. Wife. 
3. M. (C9 yi§_=G€t!TO QQ9I + Q#. a)— 4<9 — 

Pure; purified. 
G9- 9- ( 9qp©G>; *- SSi 6?«fl ^Q 2GSQ ) — 


an 


G9. B. 
1. 


fl|©gp — 1. Mother's breast. 

g^> H . 'og — 2. Milk Tfrom thejnother's 

breast, 

9HJ (G93)— 3. Da_a (See) 

(SfclSl 6 Q©Q8I; SICQQ9)— ^ I 9W— 
An abbreviation used to denote 


An 


possession, 
abbreviation for a 


person in possession, 

(aai— >* QfiQ 99 i 9 I qg qqqi i) 

* I QS^i ^isiSQ-^S. To the south. 

(gar — < ©9q ©gjWGQ i 9 1 qp 91$ i) 

Q2J -G9. 9 — Q8S9I 6 ©I3S3»GQ 9S1SQ 3$l QIQ©— 
Da-a The playing card having 10 points or 
tf^srl 3f5Jt tips on it. 

(99, 9aq, 99Q— as»iq,a) 

9a@— G9. Q. («. 9^S)— gaiff 1JIQQSQ — 


Da-atda 


9213 — G9. 
Da -ana 


The chief door-keeper. 

9Q<3IGQ €31$, 9|f 91 QlaiQA ai»QQ 9$l< 
G9IQ aij <l — A string at the fringe of 
a casting net in which pebbles, earthen 
or leaden pellets are stringed together. 


t*9 


<m$\ 


( "9>9 


QQQIQ 




Da-an5 qg $G€1§ — !• Artemisia In4ica; Artemisia 
(<5Ktell--WiG]£) Chinensis; Artemisia Latifolia; 
3, <5W, «lG$lgfc, §§w£l Thyme. 

G®. <3TOq 

[o— <9iQ a-eQ ag &% $>sqq eqq^i 1 a©i <9 

QIS1SJ C®^ C«t^Q2l^l G9IQ3N I 9gQ 

SOai 6 ©«iq QKfcQflfli ®§*Q Q°q© Q|S— 
'■ Artemisia Vulgaris] 

; 1 ctootki aQ <ggfliQ eQ as— 

2. A kind of flower-plant like Eosa- 

Moschata. 

(Qgtefl — BGi^g) A name given to females. 

<3>a&l G^Q— GQ. 9 — G©§> 4^ a$GQ aa«| ® ^§q-q 

Da-anS chori ^W:«^ QMn— Name of a 

[98*11 QCN(CCr)Q— aai^a] festival observed 

in the temples #f Bishnu on the 14th day 

of the lutHfe-montb of Ohaitra. 


[g — gn$| $fflqq$ qg© gaq q©^ Oq^qi 
qflqTO Q°aQ'€j9i|©GQ a9 9fl©9 91 9841 OQ 

Gq# «€Kpi Q€N«hi9Q 99© S%a <@ sai^i 
$qa« 6 Gs^aicJ 9i«i9Miq : g^q 9mi G9igsi4 ) 

«9»fW 9§© <Q g|$ I $« 1 

qgQiQGQ 'QSKTO ' oiflQ ©Gel G§Q*i SSg 9SJGQ 
QOQd QQ G«39£ 99 9% G9§$[£| i 3IQQ9R 

q$l«*qa a§ C^oi^qo^ $i3 sjiS 3913 qqugq i 
gsoigq qct^Qsi ei© QQQ { o§ w QQQi© < sac^ 

9QAJQI g§© »|Qtil QGQ I G0€ ^Q 0%Q al *QQ 
S}9€§©v©OT €9IQSl^l% Qg o^cSal QflOQ 
0%Q C «1 G9IQ ^^i© I 69p 4J2 ^IQQl QQ 
^§?>iG^ Q^ ®^ *WQ« ^ft filWa^JQ^ 9§©G«i «M 
<»€J I <<5>l Oa«llG«lQ Sl|«l I Wft Gfll9Q-Sia"^ I 

Da-a daatu Daha dahatu (See) 


Dai Curd. 

^81 > I G?®flQ, QqiW €J)Q Olfldiq 

^ J ^ ^t^^9t«9i QI91-2, A name by 

W% which persons of the names of Daityari 

qj$t and Dayanidhi are called. 

Qaa«a— - w. « (<39iQ gq^ ^^qq ^q q9i%)— atara^l 

D&iala 9^ as^G^^ — The Magpie robin; 


■awiqq 


9Q^t« 


Oopsyohus Saularis-, the Redstarts 

robin. 
[ 3— 4fllC» ^1^ soap a&$ QH 
^sifij I G«ii9 w,; QCJQ 6 aiQQ oa 
gaiff 1 M, aa 6 q$ 9sn ; cat »qi 1 


GqQ% < aal 9%^^q 9^1 qjGQ; flit qqgq G9T?q 
GQG« q^9 Gfc€>ai<> ^1 as1 eiq 9§ I ] 
€!©— GQ. ^ («. B^j9W)— a^QN ( g^« ) 
Daigurdu bhata Abyur^hanna ( See ) 

-<J»Q© — 91. 6. Mi 9— v 1 ta. G'Soi) qgg— 

Daita 1, Demon. 

5 I («. 9^0)™ 8Q- gift]— 2 Husband. 

QQ91 — G9. ^— g| ©a^ta q9l£K)99'G99Q9G«— 
Daita A class of Sebaks of the Deity 

(QQQia©— SIQm^S) JagannatK. 

<^ cwt^g wiq» ai9isoi^ ©a«aieic^ g.qGa^SL 

SliiSlGQ, <9lGW QI9I9 9QaQ GQI«5 ©^O I ] 

Daita paiapSlaka ^GQ'S — A class of Sebaks of 

the Deity Jagannath. 
QQ9IQ— N. 9 (3. C§BHQ)-t I 91 — 

DaitSri ]. A name of Bishiiu, the enemy 

V^QOmIQ — «IO«l%a) of the demons. 

' I (G>W) 9Q«^«lflQI ©Ifl— 
2, A name given to males.. 


! <jQ§«il 


( *9?9 ) 


9Q9 


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9Q$$fl-€9. 9. qj— * I (3. G^CWQ ^iQCT S&il) 
Daituni qg$1 — 1. Demoness. 

eg a© aQWiQ.QQ^sil—Qiffqa. Qg»eai» I 
■ ? I (a. 9*0 9§ 9©9I ll; 9§9IQ— 
2, A woman selling curd. 

- 9Q 9QQI— €9. 9— 9§9§9l ( €9<3 ) — 

Dai daika Dabidahika ( See ) 

^Q<?(©)— 91 (89m) 9 (9 B . G^* )— €<3Gh; W£} ; 9fil« 
Daina (ni) ©G99G> — Supplication. 

[Qq'&faJ-rTOi^a] swap a© ot^qcq, 

GQS> 9Q *l$$GQ I 

9«1— * I 69\?iqg— 1. Supplicant. 

QO Sfl $*$« SlO G9GV fllfiJ- 

-> I §9«jl— 2 Humble, 

• QQ© ©€)Q1-^91. *B9h) $— 9fl95]9€$ gi€JOl 9Q91— ? 
Daini kariba" To supplicate; to pray. 

(9Q9 €991 — «0^%Q) akj goio oq GftiGQ act?9 o«s> 1 

QQQM-gi (99i) 9 («. e^W)— €9CH (€9«) 

Dainya Dainya (See). 

X) a iba 1. God; Providence. 

( qq^i— eiQM%a ) * * e^Qsaia — 

^ 2 Accident; chance. 

* 1 99i»j^ciH— 3. Luck. 

9Q9Q1— 91. (09t) 9- 3,1 («.«99«) — €99« (€93) 

Daibaki DebakI (See). 

MMJ© Q*9I— €9. 9 (a. G$9QS»I)— C39QWI (C9«) 
Paiba ghatana Daibaghatana (See). 

(9cw»9S9i— acuqp) 

*<9QQ S@> I — €9- 9«— *■ I «$ 98^0; 2iqiai6tf — 
Dt.iba chhaiga 1. Unusual; extraordinary. 

(9Q9 fi^ll— aQt^J) > I (QI99ea« — 9*191 3I9IQ 
^^5t?1 999a G9JQ3S) 9G$«H— 

^mtT 2. Unfortunate; unlucky. 

* I ^faiesra— 3, Due to ill luck. 

■ QQ980I CQG^ ?ii« «^Q 

as? qs? cqq 01 5iCQ.ce o»iq— si*9 swwa©. a'9 1 


ssp $g<a 6Q<ai99i — 
Being god-forsaken; irony 


* 1 a^gsi- ^fiSwqsj— 4. Evil-omened. 
QQQ g€» Q!— €9.9— WIOI 999a €991; ^Cfai QS913 
Daiba chhardiba 

313" UTOff °f fa*»i t& e * ates frowning on a 

person . 

QQQ©— €9 (39**) § — 3. (6§99) — ^ I €99; €99Ql- 
Daibata 1- Deity. 

G9IQGQ 0^1 $4 %P OQ^O 

5 I $&% 9ia — 2 Chief or principal/person. 

GQiaftQ 0Q»Q$ 

SJ^i* qQ.$Q9Q — SlQl. C^S)fl 9S©,|9q I 

^Q<5>€Q— €9 (Q9i) a— C99ISV— Accidaiife^ 
- .Daibare . . ^,SS??9 S9Q S ^° 3 ^awa 

(9QQ €sai€ci— acwqq) _ s« 5 °«- flswao. <?# i 

9Q^l— €9. 9^1 ( «. €9*51 ) — ^ I ^^9— 

Daibt 1* Providential. 

J I Sig©«ilSs>%€a <at9l— 2. Accidental. 

9 — t I €99©l Qfil ?J9 ^l^lff — 
1. Ceremonies or rituals to propitiate the Gods. 
y I G9$QS9I— 2. Accident; Divine visitation, 

S. 9^1 ( 3. G99IQ )— 9Q€9 ( €9« ) 

D#i\& (See). 

QQGQ— €9. §■ 9ei~(fir. ^9J»)-«"^ t 901^- 

Daibe 1- Suddenly* 

frf^fc TOfi> «£ q^ r fl9 G^IQS QQG^ G^«^5> ^CS I 

,? I 9901% €*§9i% afloiifloqpa— 

2. By chance; unexpectedly; 

GQ €134! QWI ff| QQ 

OQG9 GO EI9I Clf 1 MK4'©. ««*0 I 

QQ«-€9. 9—921 (€9-21) 

Daila Da-a (See) 

(9§Q — «9i%a) 
Q€5 -SIQ9. («e«9) 9- (*."999)— G9Q (G9fl) ■ 

Dau ^ eu See ) 

9^Q— 9J€9. (W) 9 — 9SJQI; ,99 — 
Daunrft Rope. 


> 


<?Q& 


( *^>?r ) 


QQ$- 


Daurda * i alg g$ 9991; a|QQ|— 

CwVs 1. Running; going swiftly 

33f;3tf j> | aigj^. a|^§> — 2. Race. 

* I algciQGQ saiwp qqqi — 

3. Swift coming to and going back 

from a place* 

* i qq§)9i gqg» aiQ$£jQ ciq ae aiocpc^ 

95^ <KWIQ 9^19—4. A kind of 
physical exercise in which the legs 

are moved swiftly. 

* \ G9S q1q| — 5. Limit. 

■* (aai— ©I $<§Q 9Q9 GQG©, <?^9|Q GQ3I8Q I ) 
9 I QQSjaQ GO%l— 6. Striving; repeated 

endeavour. 

Daurda dhapaicU Q$§>Q| ; l\ aa^; GQ^iGQ C1Q 
(QQQtl 9Q§> — Wi^p) 9Q9I— 1- Race J running 
OfVsstH about; running hither and 

$&$*, 3fS£TO3 ( thither. 

* I jBWQQO S3 6 aGrq,GKWHa $£ — 

2. Enga§WM«u,| in a toilsome task or a 
task necessitating'cfefertatib movements* 

Q6J® 310® ©QQI— 69. ^— ^ .< <WS6$ OTG9 aicfal- 

Daurda dhaparcla kariba 1. To run hither and 

-CifosHW^ll • thither. 

2. To toil ceaselessly. 

• I "G$fa9 $i& aitf ©ai€H9 6 QQ33 QQQI— 

3. To actively engage in making prelimi- 

nary arrangements for any thing. 

Q^@ Q«— tftf;9— QlflCQ ©2fl" fift€llQ9l 9IQ Q$GQ « 

Daurda bati 691Q^9l 9iq5?a| <S$g$IQ fift QQ®|- 

'pjc^s A long fuse attached to fireworks. 

*&§tt [ Q— Q13GQ. 901© ©OQd oi9| a^GQ Ql 

©SI mZQ a[«GQ ^91 GQQ G8I$ Q9\Q flQQ, 

4$ai& SltfGQ OQ99SI ««l aW.I-9143" G9 QG1GQ 

©rf G*9IQ G93 Qltil ©3$%9Q$ .ea <$QSL aft|<3 

9Kjtf ^QGQ 691 G9IQ WP9 $« I ] 

Daurda lagS(ge)iba l.-To continue to run. 


9Q9 AIQ9I 7 Q <* I SSfaf 3^$. QWTO 

$$9 GWI ) ^ QiOKp QQQ1— 

C^^JWSTl 2- To visit a place very often- 

^fSrmiT * l QQQ9I; ai£)9l— 3- To run. 

Daurda ' 1 . Eace; running, 

<X\¥ ? 1,(3. 60IQ9„ GQiW) Q%— 

^ 2. Rope; string. 

V®1; *ffl * I £TlS QQIQQt QQ?— 

^t?t; ^ 3. A rope for hanging a person, 

OTfa*1 «l — ^ ( 3.§9!Q ) 6Q169I; ^?QGQ 9^ 91^ 

^farcr G^©ff — 1. Second or afternoon . meal 

during the day.. 

* I S9I695 9^Q|Q— 2. Second time. 

* I 5)Qfl% G^iPIQ — 3- Twice; two times. 

fllGQ. (9«wiq6 Q9»io) '9.— q.aoeQ Qa^i 

QgiQ. 9IWI 9Q9j QefQ^QQI— A- rope 

for tying the shaft of a plough. or 

cart with the yoke. 

9«©K6?)99I— €9. 5.— (9Q99I S^IQ 3SS%Q — 
Daurda(rde)iba The causative form of 

OTVsft Daurdiba),. 

1. To cause another to run. 

? I G3I9IGQ 99 GQI9ISL^2 a ® 0^091— 
2. To run a horse. 

G©1^9 aw a$Qi aifi gq© aoiciQi— 

3. To send a man to run to a place to 
fetch something or some news. 

QICT ©9 §Q§ QWI— 4. To harass 
a person by asking him to come and 

go repeatedly. 

<ga!-G«IIG3> Gfli ai^iQQ G^S^ GQI^i ©e ^l^ni 
G^IGQ 3IG9 CTQ ^Oiq^ QQ9IQ9S); «g 

QQ©1 GQQI -G5?. -S. — 3KKII GWGQ £Tl£ GQQf — 
Daurda deba To hang one's .self by a ropej 

[9^91 RCI|(GC1)QQI, Q^? GW( -«i^%a] 

Q€J§>— G9. ?. (2. G9IQ^; G9W)— 69791^ Q|— 
Daurdi Rope. 


QgJ^)2]| 


( *frt ) 


®§q y&Q 


QQ^SC— GO. §«.— i I TO^SlO .(J3eH>'9$9 a $$)~ 
Daurdia 1* Made of rope. 

t^^T . 2. Fibrous. 

f&im * i qq9 a© G05191 — 

^S^TCSTTsit 3. Tenacious like a rope. 

(qq§> as— W) s\ (aoioqao)— aitf to— 

(qq$ «^- SJQqa^) (yo«) Come running. 

<M)9 Gift— SH6Q. (CIWIS)— ?.-(*. 6©IW + S$) — 

Daugli ganthi . CI^SIQGQ $$ 91 ^jlfllG><|_ <$& 

Q§9\ QIC? Q93 Mil &SQ3Q <I9 3QIQ 

Q<3 2Q QQ§> — A string with a number 

of knots which is sent from village 

to village amongst the Kandhas or 

BhuyaBe, as a signal that they should 

assemble at a particular place on the 

expiry of as many days aa there 

are knots. 
[q— <g$| 6 Q«aiG(£ COfelS g«SQ <ioiF9 

QGJ96Q €«©««■ flS 1 a^ft^ffl'i ® q l q ®l«l 9W% 
gifllfilQSLaoaK I GCIIM 9'flW G9 9Q§> Q9VGQ 
6ft SlflQ 6<360 W^ ^ $* gie * eg a^w^glflt^ 

q^@ Q$§-r~GO. S. 9« * asraiaoi 3.— aid aid QQ— 

Daurdi dangii Running; hurrying. 

QQ$QI— GO. S— («• O«^=»90IQ0l) t I aicfcl— 
Daurdiba 1. To run. 

C^f"^It; 33**T > I GQ%I QQP\ - 

2. To try. 

[oq9»(g©)qoi— ®®ty\ * 1 (ao, ©Q)qoi^o gooi — 

3. To be hankering after. 
q$ eel a£ 99®^ajQ 1 ©vaa-. sate I 

flQI &JM09 *fli9oi%a qg $<3 I ] 

Q^§ Q»Q|— GO 3*— I I G8I* 6 9^Q$^*igS£ <39tf OQ 

Daurdi^bhangiba 9$ G«li? <l GfllSI SIST4 Q§ Q?8Q 

vrfwW ^^f^TT 9^91 — -1. To twist a strong and 

thick rope with many slender and 

weak strings. 


2. To twist or weave a rope from a fibrous 

substance. 

Q$QI€jQ— 91 (aoi) $ «t. GOfol^Q) — *G9f9IQQ (GO«l) 
Daubarika DaubSrika (See) 

fc $« ^Q CfllGO C9IQJ Vi»9 I (5|9f9.flWQ3«. *» I 

Q€jq— 91. 9 (3. 69IW)— 999l'j Q^— 
Daura Rope. 

ffttrar €'§. gq. 9 ( so- €ofg«-aagcia )— <b»iqg9i* ^ 

Sessions- 

[ 3— qqpQ siaqai^iQ g«i^ Gflio^wwp Q^Q 

QWiawG^TOOPfliGO aaga atsi^i masjL ^IQ 

GSigOlGQ ©G9^ 9SI TO9S1I 9GJ.Q ©QSJ I ] *. 
9IG9 (WftlQ) ©— -Slg— Tour. 
Q^Q ?1QIQ©— 69G^>. 9 («)— G^Si G^i^; q%®Q Siaqy 
Daura adalat §»^Q ©«IG^ SOC^ OOGPI^ — 


^ Wl ^ ] a »^ 


Sessions Court. 

QRQ GQ^-GQGQ. Q ( «fl. ^^Q 6 Q° GQfl )— G^ff 
Daura kes G^I^GQ ^Q QQ9Qj 909511 — 

(9^^ «W?ai—«5>!^a) Sessions Case. 

WtlRlt CTtWlt r9— ©QWU S^WiL ©9IQ© WQ 

©5 GfildlQ ^^QQfllG^ §^Q g OQ ' G^IQ 

Q6}q 9fi^— GQSQ. 9 ( «■• ^^ 6 ft°- »© )— ^%®^ 
Daura jaj ^a^il QqWISl 09,— Sessions Judge. 

[9^q gojIX^}— »**%?] 
QQq€»qQ-G9. ^(«0. GQlQ + e. 9qQ)— Gqq©00qr 
Daura bichara $iq q%QQ HiaqaQ 9g^Q — 

WfiRTf %ft ^1 fiF^ Sessions trial. 

QaqqaQ— G?G9. ^> (^)— ^S? Q ^a^aGQ «oqg 
Daura suparda 9^^, Qej,Q QflG^ ^l©G|jSe5r ^IQ 
9Q^ G^iaQ I 693? GOte^L G ^Q^ -Comnoitment 
QQq %%4 J^I^M^a to Sessions. 

[g— oq9o*iiq q%9Q aaqafl!G*Qr aiQ q^m 
qs5m^ Q^q mo as 1 gqr aaqafliw aiQ ip- 

9^ Q9 Q§ Qaiff S© G«l«*lff fll©G|W 9« 9«lQ 


(ior 


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Q°€ll 


gieejM? g©i&q a^Gs <jsqq as% Ml gara 
33& $<i 6 G9S9 awl Qg saga swiQ giaQo 

fP3 (Prima facie evidence) 5fea q$£9 9|$G<|^ 
Q§ 2iWfi% Q^S} $a<^ (Commitment fco the 
Sessions) qqsj <§ Q^q ©Qq- giQ<t, q^Q ©q^ 

QagiSo qisl 6 gam <i^ qQiQ oqej^ $a§i§© 
siGffQ aril 6 gaia qq© G^Qi^iq Q^q eqQ 

Ggsica i€OQ 6 gQiQ ag^ Qogi§© ssiewo t$ 
HR\$ GWl 91 ©ctflS G91Q TO Q3(gj i eEGS3§- 

Q€j3 w. w #*§ i ©jw s© seer ewr 51® 
g©i*w titapai <i gs^gq Gas glapai ^<i] 

<»€} (Q©W)— gi (QQQ q (<?. G9IQ©)— 

Dauii (etc) qq$ QOiIQ (qqq) 

Daurdi etc (See). 

OGjft— gi (qoq) 9 (s. e©©iaq>— otq©— 

Daula Temple. 

^ftfiJO— C§GQ. 9 -GQfa© (G9«l) 

Daulata Daulata (See). 

Daer - - - — . - ; «**<* ^ - -*«$S£»*«l$f, q<l©=» q©) j 
t-l-WQift— 1. Canal. : ,- ^.-- "" 
3 1 «|Q-2. Moat; ditch 
Q°€l— «. 5i ( QM ill^ — ©|g§>©|+©§*. Si )— 
Daiiisa ^ I w ^ i; ©f^g— 1. A gadfly. 

-> I ( + ©Qfl. a )^.<g^— 
2, Fang; tooth. 

* i 9|& — 3. Armour. 

* I ©l$Q — *• Sting of an insect. 

* I g§ja§— 5_ Pincers. 

9 I ( W>. a )— C9ra-<3. Fault. 
? I ©°3©l ; 9iqg»9li Q°€tQ— 
7. Biting; a bite. 

f I «gfi>-— 8. Cutting, 

« I ( + « t ®V^)-%%Q-9. A dog. 

V» I GSH9-10 Insect. 

*<> I ( + q©. « )©;$$ fl|Q©|— 
11 Stinging ( M. W. ) 


t'-l ( +©&.a ) ©l*|9l §1©; 9<% Sift— 

12. Tfce place bitten ( M. W, ) 
\« I ( +9<|.:«- ) qQ|?IQ— 

13. Pungency (M. W. ) 

uk +^9. a ) gta 01991 — 

, 14. Snake-bite ( M. W, ) 
A* I fldQglQGQ SiS® GQI<a-- 

15 A. flaw in a jewel ( M.-W. ) 
.\9 I (+9<i- «) fl«l— 16. Gnat (M: W.) 

Damsaka ^|gg^__ Biting; stinging. 

9 — t I ©P9 — 1. Gadfly. 
^ I qai —2- Gnat. 
* i ?i:a — 3. Snake 

O'QQ— a. q c qot ai^+q©. ao )— «, i Q^i<ai© 5 

D.iiiisana QigSil— 1. Biting. 

^ t Ql§9 ^l€J9l~^ Stinging. 

3. Armour; coat of mail, 

Q°3 014— «.. 5» (*Sll ^; Q°^ + q% ? S9 ©l^€1%9C€l) 
Dams a bhiru -qg^ — A buffaloe. 

Q°€lflQ -tt. 9 ( 9?^% <? c €l S»qjgJ GpCQ ia^»Q 5 9©ftl 
Damsamflta OSGQ 9§© qqjga g* ©^91^)— 
qOftlQS— llyperathera Morunga (tree). 
Q*SI - ^. $, «l - (9°€l + aj. tt) — \ 1 fig gpiQ — 
Dams 5 1. Small gadfly. 

J 1 flQI— 2. Gnat, 
•I «1IS~3. A fly 
GQ. 9 - Q°<S1Q - Stinging; biting. 

Damsita t. ! ^; 9l9!^9°9ft «q Q|Qa||— 

1. Bitten; stung. 

'K^a+q^ica qo) Q?o i 9rf^a% qi«- 

9Q@© — Equipped with armour; mailed. 
Q°€iQI— €9. § (3. Qff-Q, ill^)— I I Q°g9|. 91^91— 
Damsiba 1. To bite. 

^"Tl; ?"*ff=T ^ | QtjGQ 'gji^fe 9Q91— 
^Hff 2, To strike with the fanga. 


Damsi 


80 ( 01^9 flIQQI — 3, To sting. 

1. Small gadfly, 
) I flQI — 2. Gnat; mosquito. 

m \ 91© — =3 A fly. 


^°3 


( *p*\ ) 


9SJM 


Q°<|r-3. 9 (QK& aiq+9Q«. -*)— Ql$.~~ 

Daiishtra Tooth; tusk; fang. 

Damsh^S 1. Large tooth; tusk. 

> I 9<aQi$— 2. Fang. 
Q°^IQ9— GQ. Vfl (3. Q°|i9©^ 89; 9f. Q°Jjl9l9; 
Damshtrab^ota qj_ Q««pg ) — 99 Ql^sS^ — 

Having large teeth or tusks 
C9CQ c*s — Q°^i^9 e^e> 9s^ acq — QaiPiea. $si i 

^'^a— s. 9 ( Q^^; ^j+swja )— qi^ <?q9— 

Darnshtrayud&i* Wild boar- 

<3>°<|IQ~ 3. 9$ (.9°j|i+2)§ «6a. ft )- 9Qtj 9991^- 

Daiishtrala 9§%— Having large teeth or tusks, 

Daiishtrj 1. Boar. 

<5>9Q9 — G9. 93. ( 3. Qgj $_Q. SO. QCIQCI|=€}q ) — 
Dakadaka t [ yQ 89^ 999GQ 9©91 (®aT) — 

*WT, ;«T5*t^, l^tRf^ 1. Blazing (fire). 
3*5$^ .WP*T •> I Q*jGQ 9$f© (€i©)— 
: 2; Palpitating (heart). 

9<w e§«g 6AI9Q ^<sy? i §1*9. 9QIQQO. as i 
-•* I Q^Sf SI* ~3. Frightened; alarmed- 

v I Stog — 4. In doubt. 

* I g$9 Cjj ©Qlfigj ©5© — 5. Agitated; anxi- 

ous; uneasy; careworn. 
9— * I §9£jQ 9M — 1. Anxiety. 
"Wft ? I Q9 GQ| — 2, Mental agitation. 
* I S!©~~ 3 - bright; terror. 
QQQ©€fl-~ €9. 9~ <* I ©§19 H ® — 
Dakadakia 1. Anxious; 

*r«w<F ^ ! §9^CQ Sj© SJ^IQ9- 2.Frighteningi 

causing palpitation of heart. 

3. Fiery (ulcer). 
Q9I— €Q- 9. ( 3. 99 ai^ ; $9. a. QC^oai— oq ) — 
Daka ?. i Q£jj €l«jj — 1. Fear; dread. 

^ I fiJ9*CQ|; ©$|~ 2. Anxiety./ 

1 €9Ctf ceft mo «»i eotQ o«i 1 Qiasq. §©$91© 1 

* I C&I9I; $£[?£© 9Gtf9— 3. Apprehension. 
«?9I(69)QQI— G9. §— $£J ©I® 99091— 

I)aka(ke)iba To produce dread; to frighten* 




*tt^H gi«1« «9i§ wis wraro ^qq 1 

<5>9I» ~gi€9. (G39S1SLQ) 9. (%». 9». 9?I9) — . 
Dakan G9I9IO — Shop. 

Q^ (aiq)— a— ^ t woqi© gwi— 

Daksh (root) I. To have speed. 

^ I 9<§9 CT9I — 2. To .grow; to increase, 

qs— a. m. «. ( 99 ar%+<?$. « ) - 

Daksha v | g«ta -1, Capable; able. 

(<}9| — £1) ^ I ©4.^1 — 2. Expert; dexterous. 

* I as— 3. Skilful, 
v I S^qei- O^Q— 4. Clever, 

* I od^aO; ff^QIO^-5. Active; brisk, 
G9* 9ti. ( 3. 9S4)— 93fl; 9191^1 — Rights 

QS« C40 QS a# & 4 0Q Qff Qff GQ^T I 

2. S— \ I §§|fi? ^Lp; §§)QT 919'ISI 91^^ 

1. Name of a son of Brahma, said to have 
been born of his right thumb. 

[ 3— < seiif 39ia©; qito a^" q^gq S3 

fflflGQ <9iQT ^^Ml QGQ I 9S99il ©G» €ffl§ 
OTfl ! ] 

^ I QQQT QI9IO ^<a— 2. The bull which is 
said to carry the God Siba on'its back. 

* I q$9l — 3. Cock. 

v i ^S^G^ — 4. Name of a tree. 
<?Q QQHl — 3. §.%!.( £><|1 Q©^ QS-f 5?Qh! ) — 

Daksha kanya wsp ©qgQ Q3 gaQQQ'Q aa ffi^l 
QOT ^GQ OQ 99« QQQQf ai^Sl— 
Parbati under the name of Sata, in her 

previous birth. 

©fl$£! Q QQQI^i 6 fl^lGQ^^r 9© SiafllQ^OQ ^1Q^~ 

QiWiQ 9Q9i^ eie 9Q«ii sis! s9©i£? 9iq $a© 
wiew^ 9^991 aaqift qg q qiq g^@ iasig q, 

GQCT a§> ^9a«tl 9©?lGSi I «9fG < 5»9 3W QfflQGQ 
GWI« G9IQ 6J§ a»%fl| 9Q QQ^IQ 9GSa I ] 
Qfl 9Q-GQ. Q- (tt. Q?a 9Q) — OI9!tfI 91®— 
Daksha kara Right hand. 

QS9I— 3. 9. %l (93 + 93 »^+ «4- «+^»)' — 
Dakshaja i | <$% 9919©^ 9©**1; qoj'^sS— 
1. Durg*. 


9$®$ 


( w?*J ) 


9S <S OOlfc 


2. The 27 clusters of stars or asterisms in 

Hindu astronomy 

* I Q%$— *3 Star. 

OQQQ — 3. 93 — 1 I OVMQ— 1. Very brisk. 
Dakshatara j j §eag q%q 9( 3fla — 
2, Very active. 
OflOl -3. 5. <9S+fl9. Qi)— * I as®!— 

Dakshata 1. Skill; dexterity. 

(98^ — aQ/tqfl) ^ /J ;SS — "2. Activity; briskness, 
m I Q£Q9I — 3, Cleverness. 

9SOI$ — €9. 9— €191QSt $^>. 91?®6€l<a — 

Daksha nardi, Name o£ an artery inside the 

human body. 

QflflOlM— 3.3— Qfl «. (G0«) 

Daksha prajapati Daksha 1 :{8ee) 

Daksha jajtla The vedic sacrifice performed by 

'Daksha', 

[ 9—9$ m ®ea "6tf.^w« u] 

OS 3IQf— tf. 3 — 093 Stf— The 9th descendant of 

Daksha sabarnni 'Manu* or the. progenitor of 

t maftkin4 according to the Hindus. 

Qfll -9. 931. $1— a|^(^i — Experti^ctive (woman). 
Daksha §— qagi—The earth, " " "* " 

G9. 3a— ©sw»Mi a^— - 

Skilful in pronouncing benedictions. 

sifqpe wfiwe« gqas qsi 1 0$. g^gq^si sag 1 

oik— 3. 93* v. (oa ai%=*9<9* 2G99i+«9iea 9$. 

Dakshina qq) -_v i 9919i — ' . Generous. 

(-OSOt — ^1) efliSQis?GQ eq $&e\ osta «$ ^9 §<3 sq^i i 

5 I QQIQ— 1. Liberal, 
*> \ ^^fi r-3. Frank, 
v 1 2KJE& —4. Sincera. 

* 1 9IG9O0; ©|9|«— 5. Eigtifc (side). 
> ? I Sflei--6* Capable. 

9 I 95L3 —7. Expert; dexterous; skilful. 
«|0j , CQQ8«i.gctalcQ w 

r 1 o^Q^8 P Clever.." 


9. Propitious; favourable. 

1° I Q$Q9G!Q 99^19 (W) — 
10 South (direction). 

[ § — 93*1 9®G$ q&CQQ fl$Q OaSI %G9 <§ 

93% otq? q% oaia% sqip 09 qQl% <@ 9cr 

•Qfltf* 9€1 QlflGO 93© €?Q I 2fl£ A2il qpStlQq.. 
GWI 9GI% qg'91 GQ3Q 9§a 93, <3§ 961% 
QC9l] 
9—* I 9M 9€1 — 1. The South. 
) I 0191*1 913 — 2. Right-hand side. 
* I qS^I :;9Qg G99 — 

3. The country to the South. 

4. Name of a class of esoteric rites enjoined 

by the 'Tantras'.- 

5. The Deocan; Southern India. 

6. Name of one of the sacrificial fires. 

siff^ei ai<i eiejo g^ oiqeiqr 90 WRQ 

%S3 ^Q€l ^1<3 — 7. A class of gallants. 

or lovers who show equal fondness to 
all his beloved ladies 
r 1 9ggli Q9© — 8. The south wind. 

« I 39 (QM 99SQ saflq.Q a^4) — 
9. Jama, the God of death 
?.• I 9S^1| — 10 Present given to a priest 
officiating at religious rites. 
OT. 9— <S^€IIQ 9M%$l<gi9 Q^i^ G99 — 

Madras Presidency (South of Orissa). 

[ 5 — GtfwiwrclKiJG© 6^ai% <$m 995 1 

9l6Q^Q9WlfllCQ ^S^ 6 qa% Q?4 Wg 6 ipai- 

9lilfllW ««lfl 6 5110,1©% 9flfl W^ i j 
§31 — gQ9Q — Favourable. 

?SQ 9afl Q9C 1 9QQ ^flQft «Q GiSQ«l I 

q§€! aqoi^- a. 9. (eo^Qg-aQq^i)— 9WCQfi)ioi% 

Dakshina ayananta ^jqq 9§«l% OQ9I aaQ Qm 
alfli Southern or winter solstice, 

OSS 901*— G3>. §— «9KO 6 aiQ09iQf£ Q@»1^ 
Dakshina kabata q©|g|9qrQ Q99I gjai^— 

98 4Q l «iq Q fl ^ titok g iv en to the Khanda- : 
9g$q<l J * yHts and soldiers by the Rajas 

fr^Blrl of Orissa, 


9@* 9ial 


( *rpmw> ) 


©8<s gig 


Dakshina kali Name of Tantric Goddess. 

( 99 $ Qtf?Q|~-*K*^E> ) 

QQfl 690 — €9, §* (<§&Qlfl SQQ«I) -9Sdl €fl% (£9$) 
Dakshina kepdra Dakshina meru (See) 

QQ€1 e€!lfij(»i)^— 6Q. 9. (^cqio aQq<3t) — 

Dakshina gola(2a)rddha ^CG!|QQQ9£Ut 2!9§|a— 
(geography) The southern hemisphere 

of the globe. 
QQ€1 ©§q— G9. 9. (QWeai OT)— 99*9* 93 — 
Dakshina dahara (nautical) South-east point of 

the mariner's compass. 
Q§€l©8 — ST. 21 (qgtet + €>g)—t I 9£«3 W6Q— 
Dakshinatal?. 1. On the south, 

J I 9£€J1 €9359^2. In the south, 
* I ©I9I3GQ— 3. On the right side. 

Dakshina diga The south. 

Qm <^£flQ — £9. $—€[9 91 a^QQ 99S1 EH$$ ^|Q— 
Dakshina duara The southern door. 

(9ski ^siq— a&iqa ) 

9Q€1 <5gflQ2fi — 69. W— OagJ ^99 $19 99tf 9Q%— • 
Dakshina duaria Having its door to the south, 

9Q$ SQ€1— g. 9 — *. I 9£SI 93G9 a?|f9 G9€1 — 
Dakshina desa 1. Southern country. 
J I QliWllQi— 2. TheDeccan. 
99$! Qiqg— ST. Q..q?. ( 993=TOQQ-r-QI^Q )— 
Dakshina nayaka Q\QQh\§ OiqCQGa^ €3Q Oicp 
2JG99 ©l^GWOiC^ qfliwqcfl — 
A hero of a romance who has equal 
attachment for more than one sweat heart. 
gia «a eifl qss siq$ Qsa g«^ * 

9§€1 ClCfl— €9. 9. ( 3. QS^ia^l) — 

Dakshina paschima qs$i (J- a^g qqq flao^l 

iffTPI^tl^ €4l«; C?Q r O— The south-west corner, 

Dakshina paschima 99^1 a^q QQ\& 

iff^M *rf*&srl The south-west corner, 

€9. 9-~ q3te.C$fl G9iei «ia<5?|£}— 

- South-westerly; south-western. 


9Q€1 9@§>t€9. §■ < ©l9l©Sf €1© ) — 9$d Q%<A QCI — 
Dakshina pichhar^i (nautical) The south-wesfc 
point of the mariner's compass, 
■ 9M 09" — 69. 9. ( 9. 9961 EW ) — 

Dakshina purba Qfitf <$ G9> qciq flfcl9$l G9lej> 
*ff^*l *tf a^G9l«n — The south-east. 

9§st eo^i — e- §. £ ( Qfl«+o^+«ii )— 

Dakshina purba Qg^i 6 a^ 9C19 SW$I aa G9I3 — 

The south-east. 

9^^i qiQ0~g. 9— Qz$g sieSca^a ( g. »giQ€j ) — 

Dakshina manasa Name of a place of pilgrim- 
age in G-aya. 

9§€i q«— e. 9. v— 9a« 2090.^9 9^91— 

Dakshina mukha Facing south. 

9§€i qjai— G9.§^t — 9e^ 9cr^g<si ^q^qiCq"-^ q\ q$)~ 

Dak&hina mukha Facing south; with one's face 
(9961 $191 — «■*?*« Q9) towards the south, 

Q>m G«^— €9. Q. ( ^€Qia 9QQ9I )*— 

Dakshina meru gGQ^- q?}^ 96^19?) flIQ — 

The south pole. 

9§€1 Q0 -«f. 3 — 6WSI9S 91SQ 99^1 ^€1 — 
Dakshina ra rdh a South Midnapur- 

Q§€1 Q@— G9. 9—6^9*319 «WQ 9CT|Ol Ql^SWQ 
Dakshina rarjhi ^lt< Gflei]--A class of Bengalee 
tff^t ?tft Kayasthas originally coming from 

the Midnapur side 

9§^1 Q©1^—^°. W.—Q§Q q© €9Ci1q— 

Dakshina rar^iya Belonging to the south 

Midnapur. 

9§€1 giQQ— SP. Q.— t I q^Seiig R9<31 ^19 — 

Dakshina sagara 1. The mythological salt sea* 

^99*3 WJ9,— SffM%Q) -^ i q^9 9S til 9Q69 

^9§9 ^q99 Q|9 — -. The South Sea; 

the South Ocean; the Antarctic Ocean. 

9§«1€1!§ — £9. ^.— V I 9199 Q99I9ST ^9^ ^1? — 
Dakshina sahi 1. The southern row of houses in 
(99 Sfgi§— BOi^a) a village. 

[9 J — qiaiQtfi9« giflflioor 6 ecMQt §i§^i sigo- 

g|9£? QQ51I9 Q^Q 6 9S 61 dig Q91Q <gQ ai§>CQ 
Q«JQ €9IQ aiO <«• 91991$ S^% 0%^% ^ 

aw l] 


<•* 


^£(S saigas 


01 J 


QS^ll^Q 


2. The southern row. 

Qflfl 3!§20 GQ. m. — giGQ qs <g SlgGQ QI3 eqflQI- 

Dakshina sahia Residing io the southern row of 

Q§ § ^I8«D 1 houses in a village. 

Q9tf filial J 
QflOTIW Q£i— gi69- (qsi) S> — qa ©$!Q GQW 
Daksbinasahia ratha Ql^^iQ^f^ G£tii|QGa€ — 
A distinctive title of a class of 
Brahmanas of the Puri district 
<5>S«1g— *r\ W — 9fl« 9CI63 i©— 

Dakshinastha Situated in the south. 

9. — SliQ§[ — A car-driver. 

<4>§€1 §g>— a. 5. — «. I QlQlti 91©— 

Dakshina hasta 1, Right hand. 

j i ( castiief ) flc^i ascQ ©1910 91© 
GSQSQ.sirfi'wi G«t§a$ WKhsiqi 0*$- 

2. (figurative) Right hand man. 

* I ( QMieT ) Qi9i« 9i©^iq ^«© 

3, (figurative) Eating and drinking. 

0§€l©g> QHI9IQ— GQ. 5.— QIO GQOff— 

Daksbipahasta byapara Eating and drinking. 

Dakshina q£3§« 6 S^q^ aK>$r GQ^ aa 91 

Wl© — 1. Present or fee given to a 

priest or preceptor etc; sacrificial fee. 

« 9flsq c^'ff ©saffli^ aiq, 

> 1 3Q3IQ — 2. Reward. 

* 1 Q9SI $Q~-3* The south point of the 

compass, 
"w I 99 3 GQ€1— 4- The southern country. 

* I Wagl— 5. The wife of sacrifice 

personified . 

S'?Q§ 4q<aGQ GQ<3ii *j© G9 qi§q afqi qpGQ 

' ^GqiQQ G9Q$9I .Q1QGQ tifl$j? QS Sl°S%9a<51IQ 

£ I S §««?^ GQOT QQQQt a'GQ Q.2D09I a£- 

$JS&|G} — 6. Cash present given to a 

Braftmana after feeding him. 


9 I G$$l §6€l<a — 7. Name of a goddess. 
' r I *5R 9^alQ GWI aiQflS©— 8. School- 
ing fees given to the teacher. 

S99© G£$ 6 a^QCi G9SK (@. a©$!CIQ> — 
A class of heroines in fiction whose 
attachment to the lover remains unal- 
tered even if he is known to be incons- 
tant. 
ST. a — t 1 sjjatfi QGiQ — 1- From the south. 
J I QSd §CIGQ — 2. In the south. 

*ft^«t1 1. Perquisite given to a person. 

^f^WOT 9i$fl QQSj 9QQ 90 1 

-* I <?3«| 8W — 2. South breeze. 
§tf|— ?. I Qflfl 5?flC)9 — 1- Southern. 

w^F* j 1 qssi GQa «w«1s™ 

2. Appertaining to the South. 

Dakshinagni satG^QI© 9fi^ QOGQ gig© G9Q 

?J9I^) 9#Q a© 1 $GQ€I— Name of one 

of the sacrificial fires. 

QQSiig— fj. §« ( 95^8593*+ ag; 9^osi% eig 

DakshinSgra sat9lQ )— Q9 W€KJ[ SGI $QQ Q<3| 

8q1 («Jj9) — ( Kusa grass ) Placed with 

its point towards the south. 

QSffllOfi)— 3. $ ( £<$l 0O F Q9 6I + 210Q ) — «QS^«Q- 

Dakshiaachaia <siqSqo9© — The Majaya hills of 

Southern India. 

[g— <9\ Qis^isiQ a^w?G«<a 1 <i?}GQ 

WGQQ QQQSfi ag I ?I?)GQ€IGQ W^QIftGQ G^^* 
<%8i.4l\ QQQ QG9 ©191 o^ a$>©GQ q3 aS9iq^ 

Q§€ll€jQ—GQ. $— * 1 Q9«a giag ©iw aqQ 91 
Dakshixiachara ^ia|§Gag — 1. Name of cer- 
(<?|9|aQ — $3539) tain rites enjoined in the 

'Tantras'. 
[5— ©G^l§ 9lfll€^Q aVjIPCQ ^1^0 QVAQIQ 

giq q^q QaraQi qgq i qs «iqQGQ ameiq^ 
©18 l Qsuiic^ ^laQ siaei!^ 9®%Ga ft%Qi^Q 
as©S?l^ Ssiqt a^?i 9Q§ 1 09* 9l9iq£ ^Gaai 
Gfll 6 GW G9IQ Q€l«lS©— g. d^lQQ I ] 


<fiaisiq 


( *$*+ 


9£«niqo 


2. Good conduct; approved usage. 

9§€ii^Q— 69- §€i— k 1 ea^ que 99*11^9 Qiq 

Dakshinachari ©^fa g !W , qi g ^ ^ga^| 9Q§)— 
<9lfllc^3 — §0$ao) 1 Following or observing the 
'Dakshinachara' rites of the 'Tantras,' 
J I 39ICJSI — 2 Observing good usages. 
QQfliflQ— S. 9 ( fl. e. G<3. Q&11. 99«a + 2iS)Q )— 
Dakshinanila * | 933 q^I^. g9l@S> 9iq— 

1. South wind. 
-H flOCpeQ; 99 311390 — 2., Agreeable, 

breeze blowing from the south. 

-qS«1I^ — ST. 9*> ( 9§9l§ ; 9Stf| + 53$ ) — 9£«S1|$!9 

Daksbinanta QSJsqig («<?<$J9)~ (a rite) Wound 

up by giving a present to the priest. 

oSfliaa— e. e— ( 9fl*j = 993939$! + a^p = 

Dakshijoapatha aa ) — ^ | Qg tfiGQSI— 1. The 

south country. 

QlStfllOi — 2. IheDeccan. 
-Qfl«l GQG— G9. 9.— * I flaqi©0-~ 

Dakshi$£pabana 1, South breeze. 

tf^^Wl J> I 9fiU1 gfl<£ S9|§S19I Q9G>— 
-f ^f$n£ 35T 2 "Wind blowing from the south. 

®m\ soa— «p. §tf. ^fll q©, 9a\si=99«g 9Q6Q+ 

Dakshina prabana 993 = £>a )_ 1 | g^ Q go^, 

aeaai 99 <a $a ®£qq 91 aiq_ G9i«g9i 

(§19) — 1. (a place) Being more sloping 
towards the south than towards the 

north . 

* 1 siigiq Wl<a aiei ©iq — 

2. Sloped in the right hand side 

■*q8«iq$ — sK §«.— (99%$; 9sT* adie owa ei©q 

Dakshinabartta ajq a9^"«9gj)g £||Q|Q) — 

(9Stfl9^$ — TOiqp^ *. I 9)910 99^31919 «I9^ 

,(9M9^— Wl©) 91 QQ<g ai< (aa)— Having its 

volute or spiral expanding towards 

the' right hand side; with its volute 

running towards the right. 

> I 9«T« 99^ sflQ^j 93^ — 2. Having the 

spiral expanding toward the south. 

■ «M 99 tf 2*9^. s£ 891— 

3. Inclining to the south. 

4. Rovolving towards tjie right. 


9 — ©I9!«n SB&^ QfijTsi $Q$(9I €!tf— 

1. A concb having its volute or spiral 
expanding towards the right hand 

side. 

[ 9— QiiliQtfQS SififSlO 91319^ I fl|« Qitil9§ 

QCf C©Q to I f?QWGQ 9«U3 G3 £1191 QGQ 

9§«ai9^ acr aw ©I9i g© fiaql g99i ^«§ i ] 

' -> I 9li$|SH -2 The Deccan. 

QSfllQffl €lfir - €9- 9. ( «. 9M9^ + €1fif )— 

Dakshinabartti sankha q&i qi qiqj^ 2119^^9^ 

9§eil9©S)fiT 7 §191 afiT-^-Right-voluted 

9§^Qiacf f ** *■ conch. 

(9WI9^1«flT— WQIO) 

QQ€1IQ@— 3. 9- ( 9§^lH-ai + 99 ai^L+9^. Si ) — 
Dakshipabaha 9^1 Q^g. flQ^|g»o — 

South breeze. 

Q§«iq€i— ». w. q.*. ( Q^gle* 9§«3i+q«i )— 

Dakshinamukha 9§g| g9l — Facing south; turn- 
'9§snqfll1 — ^1) ing the face towards the south. 

DakshinamQrtti Fame of an image of Siba 

according to the Tantras. 

QQ61!q©'«, §• ( pq1 QQ. ^g<H a »<S«' 9«GQ + 

Dakshinayana acjQ*-^K5r QQ ) — 

fe^qq^i— 9aq©) ^ t si9^oigi ea?« a&$ #) qig 

51^ — 1. The six months during which 

the sun's orbit passes towards the 

south ( from 27th June to 22nd 

December); the period between the 

summer solstice and winter 

solstice, 

9§^1 28©^ €1© 9Q -»/ QIQ«I 9Ggn©GQ fl9Q 
MAI 91 9§tfl «^9 ^19IGS Q9SSJ I <lg 9?)^% 
9«|£|Q G9IQ^l< I <Jg qflqSQ 9a, €01$% «©«, 
€99©| «89CJ 3$<$l ^9 €>€^> I g. €i9S|€l6i I ] 

€IW — 2. The passing of the sun to the 
south of the equator _, the south declen- 
sion of the sun. 


<&f\sp 3#!§ 


( m 9 m 9 ) 


QMl tflfr 


Dakshinayna eaiikranti 9«9 69«I|Q 9§tfQ_ 0© 

99§; 4190 q|QQ ff$lf£— 

The summer solstice. 

[ 9— A 9tt §Qfl|©ff <3GQ 99I*GQ©9I QSKIIO 

801 2JQ as?i $< 1 ] 

9€l£1iq9l$ §>§>— 69. 9. ( $G*aiQ Q€tq€l; e^QQQ- 
Dakshinayananta brutta $33 39)— ^JW 9§tf 
£l®9 -!JdlOl9%qQ GQ«|- QSI9 €9«1I9 ^«t, 
«°a Q§5!i GQ3I — ( geography ) The 
Tropic of Capricorn; the imaginary 
circje in the southerD hemisphere 
limiting the sun's southward motion* 
i e. which sorrounds the southern 
hemisphere at 23-J degrees to the 
south of the equator. 

Qfl«IQ«iH— *, & . ( i>$1 TOj Q&J + aQdi )— 
Dakshinaranya ?. 1 Qgjgj qqqq qp\ 99 — 
1. A forest lying in the south. 
-> l9§9fQfli— 2 r The Dandaka forest in 

the Deccan. 
q3€II$« — Sf. W- 6 «. ( 9Q-§1tfj, «@««"0l9W + «l% i fi 
Bakshinarub . --aQO- §3 ) — 9§G<a3l ( G9«t ) 

Dakshmerma ( See ) 

qsUil^s,. $a. ..(■ -oS-ai+atf ai^eawH G99I+ 

Daksbinarha $<§ a ; — qgtfll gjQ9iQ $trqg 
( Si& ) — Deserving to be given a 
present of *Daksbina*. 
QSkiai— 3- 9. ( QSd + SKII^OT ) — 9§<51 9Q — 

Dakshinasa The south. 

Q§€U€1I 9® — g*. 9 — 9§<31 9519 6999lj 93- Jama j 

Dakshinasa pati the God of death, presiding 

over the southern point of the compass. 

Q§8I Q«I9 — 69. «— 9§«|s*p 3 SIS) ( G93 ) 

Dakshina samkranti Dakshinayana samkranti 

( See ) 

Dakshinasya Facing the south. 

( qOdtShi— 41 ) 

Q§82&~69. 961— 9S«iil ( 693 ) 

Dakshinia Dakshini ( See ) 

giw. ( aiega ) «-^i«i«^ ( G9« ) 

.Dakshinatraya ( See ) 


QfiWI— G9; 3d. ( fl. 9§<Sll3 )-V I 98 « G9al£j - 
Dakshinl 1. Southernu 

ffWfc ifftWJ / I QldtillQf G9SlSj ~ 

*^*sl«il; ^fif^fft; ^fisRlT 2. Deccanese. 

3. Used or found in the Deccan. 

* I Swflsflj gSoCT C93l£j~— 4. Telugu. 
( Mi— 9§tf1 9I&- 9§d1 QISl QQ<t|9 ! j 

9— « I 9I§W 6939151 9i§}— 

1. A Deccanese. 

^ I 63$Crl£| 9h§ ; CQQGFI; GQQGfl — 

2. A Telugu, 

* I 9iklG9S; 9|Stf)l©i-~3. The Deccan. 
Q§€l1 2Q§— 69,' ©— ^ft QQG* qfiQ £>G» 9I$9 319^ 

Dakshinl atu a§ q|f - 3$| 69IQ^9I ©ISJ. aoq§. 

«il|; 5T*HtHM*rl <9£jQ|Q <3Q — A kind of thatched 

(9§£flfl|fc — ®S>iQa) bouse within which there is 

an inner sloping roof made of bamboos 

and cemented with mud. 

[9— < g9iQ «3Q 9§^iG9a aei^ ciftiq A 
oidl e«i^!— G9. q— coQfiM«lfli6Q q§Q aaq_©i^i^ 

Dakshinl khosha ^9^9^ Qgi 91^^91 §^£TIQ 

9§*1 G«ii9l ? -^Qa A P ecu,iar chignon dressed 
9§^l1 S 1 ©! J on tiie rigbt side of the 

back of the head by Telugu 
women. 

[ o— ^§Q 9iOGQ gaiG^ a^a^iQ S3 «iCqL_ 

-GQttQq. GQQSIQ 28S GCII1<I ai«GQ G9S 1 Q3GQ 
G^a ^GQ ©a 18 95fl WG3 < G«J^I Q9I§ I 
69^^i9Sf swjft« G^i'ai ao^ SLQQ G9aiai<] 1 } 

Qfi^l QIQ— G9. 9 — 9^3191 G9dlq 9^«1 — 

Dakshini dari A Deccanese or Telugu dancing 
Itarl^ ^5^t girl.. 

[ 9 — Qligaie*! »^QQ G9€1^3I^|_ dOS*?iiG9 
Q9Q QQSJ I G9?{aiQ G9Tei9 ^698 <*M G9SW- 

09«ll Qi%— G9- 9.— 99«l9s Ql© aOflllGQ 919m 6- 
Dakshini nata gcrl© 99 ft9«t— A dance accom- 
*rf*M*Wt6 panied with music in the fashion 

prevalent in the Deccan,. 


9sTdl QlSQQ 


( *9*9 ) 


<$<?$ QQQ\ 


Pakshini natapila ei<^g|QQ QQfc GQIQ 6 Q$ Q€? 

9£«1 QI^O 1 * A dancing boy singing 

and performing some bodily feats and 

dances in the Deccanese fashion. 

TOQQai<aHio^«Qoqsa G3Q gi& $< ©191%. 
'aw Qi qai' CQiosan & «w$j atflo G9ia 

sicflo gqis* 01* wsj 6 stftoQ fltfaao aaoq qi 

<3»S«(|q— 3. q^i. v i ( Qg«ni + wisa $£j )— 
Dakshinlya Q£«l QIQ9IQ sgieii — 

1. Deserving to be presented with 

'Dakshina*. 

? I ( Qs^i+q^ieaQq ) Q§&{ W Qi aiei ) 

q^la— 2, Southern; right (side). 

QflSll QQflfl^Q-GQ. 9— OISdl©i% WW G91Q 

Dakshinl lankamaricha 6931% a^flQl §§Q 

*W#foW Qqyia$0— Chillies; red pepper 

imported to Orissa from the Deccan. 

iQgSTOQ-a- W- <*tf ®% ^3«OI% QaQ— M*) — 

Dakshinetara $|fl. Qia — Left (side). 

Dakshinerma =s© G9lQ^g SH91Q)— Qiia^iq 
©l9l*iafit , GGl aq<99 (qsi) — (a deer) Woun- 
ded by an arrow on its right side. 

q— QEtf ai«f6Q €iq9fc q«— A stag .struck 
with an arrow on his right side. 

: Dakshiaottara brutta v | e^3^ fyfy £^3 $«- 

GQ«ii^aiQG9iQ Q^q^9M%.QiQaft — 

1. The meridian circle; the path of the 
sun round the globe. 

QEffi - 2. The sun's ecliptic. 
[ q— 49) qi&iiqo ( Tropic of Capricorn ) 
6 QQ^ftei Q^ ( Tropic of Cancer ) g&IGGfc 

9§^is— q\ ?«• (QStfl+«i9IGa g )— ^a«i aiQ9| 
Dakshinya §91^ — Fit to f be presented with 

- Dakshina". 


3°. 9— ?. I ?i)Wm! — 1. Favour. 
V I fc^Wi —*. Skill. 

* I j^9l&— 3, Liberality. 

Dakhama gio, G^ gl^GQ aisflsiGff q^lQ TO!§— 

^*3flT An open space sorrounded by walls 

where the Parsjs deposit their dead. 

Q««-G§€Q. §• (TOQa) ( ^ )— ^ I «*P1Q— 

Dakhala 1 Possession; occupation. 

m -> I GQG1 -2. Enjoyment. 

^mr » I aiq$— 3, Proficiency; control, 

* I S»3Q (€931) — Dakhala (See) 
Qa-9fll«SQ 3M— In possession, 

TO%GO Qn9§© ^<3 I saai— G^€1Q«R, ^ QSiQ I j 

Dakhala uchchheda QS9Q) . < I 6SI«l9 «lfl^Sft 

^^T^r L Extinction of the right o£ 

occupancy. 
9 \ GQ9«1Si Q<3&\ -2. Dispossession; eject- 
ment; eviction 
QS1Q QQQI— GQ 5. (W©Q^)—?. I G£I«§ 3^5SL 
Dakhala kariba G^tGt^^l— L * To be in P osseasinn 
W^^R^Tt or enjoyment of a property; to occupy, 

2. Tu take possession of. 

QSIQ »W«— €§GQ. ©. («■ S 1 ©^ 8 " *ai)— 
Dakhala kaem Q^Q 9IS^^ (c^^) 

vf^^ttipi ^5J^q^r, Dakhala bahel (See). 

QGM9IQ— G"?GQ. S>- ( so"- ^©S^ ^1) — a^Ql^l; 
Dakhalakara GQ3W — Occupant; one in 

WFf^tsJ enjoyment of possessing, 

9«IQ fl^OI— 6Q. -S . — t$©Q*i) Wf«8 9^% ««a«IQ 
Dakhala chhardiba <$%<% Qh|Q ^>QQ| — 
5f*(5^5l To give up or relinquish possession, 

c^FI ^tt?srT (^€ISi Q©i:.GQ)QQI — SS^ l) 

Q<SIQGQ^|-GQ. -9.— (Q©§28 G9f^l3 Qf^ G9f«l9 
Dakhala deba q^GQ ga69l 9«3(^9IQ ^^!Q9i — 
TWr^Ti To give possession; to deliver posses- 
^■ai^MI sion; to admit a person into possession. 


«K»l«U 


( «yr ) 


99a9t# 


9«*9iai-G9G9. 9. ( Q©5JS8)— G9ta§ 9«t§<£ «Q9 

Dakhalanama Sft§G9 9«Q £991 ©3G<$ 9t99$rOI^ 

^sRftri 3«mm 9«>9i aG930§ -Writ of delivery 

(Q3Q9ISI, <q>efa £l£2i9l — aQf^q) at possession. 

Q«GiG99l-*-G9. $.— (QQOT) GSfefl **»$% ^Q^ 
Dakhala neba QQ$| QQQ ©[91 g#G3 a^9IQ 
W&t *T®3l $Q9I — To take possession of a 

^?RI «B^rr thing. 

<3>QQ 9IQQI — GQ. -£. — 'Q©§afi) 39h 9<t§ 91 a9ifi*9 

Dakhala paiba qiqi&igq G9fa9 Sft^GQ aiaaiQ 

ifNepfrOTl Q3Q gig €9©l 91 Q9 QQ9I — 
^H^ifl^lT To be admitted into possession. 

q<3Q qiqqi ciqqfii — G9. 9.— G^teig g$KS>GQ Qa$ 

Dakhala paiba makadama gig* £991 ©CIC$ Oq- 
sf^ *tt^WOT ^HTt 99: q^QQj— Possessory 
3tt4WfoT g*??[*fT suit; Sttlf for possession. 

OSiG*OIG@Q- G9GQ. 9. ( a. .Q3Q3L. ,^<at }— a#j© 

Dakhala bahela 9§GQ SlQIQQQT $IQ SDEteliQ 2J$i91Q^ 

*W*ft**J <jsi)^o 91 gi£p QQ91 — Confirmation or 

^WaJ 3R$o5 perpetuation of possession through 

court. 

[9,— eaqT _s#§gq caiq_ <w as €^a% 
<&$<si9SQ 9iG» 69§ gsig© G99#sa 9Q9 «aaicf 

fl99fl| 9M9 9$ Wl»9 afG93G9 9§S9 9«R 
■ 91G9Q Q3!£II<1 l] 

0«a— TO- M. ( %9- 01." ©«Q— QISjSI ), 9 .QSJl94 
Dakhala @. «g|OQ)-a$a- QM^ 9y>Q (319)— 
C?ft^t;WfOT Muddy; miry (place). 

$<*S«ai 9. — ^ I ©9q 919211 91 as^i 21931 — 

1. Muddy condition of a land. 
-> I QYQQ; 9«$r — 2.-Mnd. 

Q€tR— G9. 9<a. Wj 9©Q«D— ^.r*Qflft^«|C|— 
Dakhali 1 Relating to possession? possessory, 

3*^fc5 2. Possessed; enjoyed. 

QSiSfc Qff G9. 9 (a. 9sq 6 3. 9% 9©qss )— ceta9 

Dakhali satwa g$fr$$_9$91»G$«l 9I939IQ ©Q91 

9<as^ I 91^9 a^qe s^GQ ©$9l «w«i 
9«QW )®W C^QKIOIQ; &©W\ 9$— 

W^f^n? Right of occupancy; occupancy right; a 
^5rgfffi3$TQf right over property ripened by 

virtue of long possession. ? 

- Dakhalisafcwa udbhaba heba 9^ 9Q91Q 8f$|Q 

S*£9l-*-Acorual of rig&t of 
occupancy in a property. 


QeftQ9Qia 901— G9. 9 (9©Q« ) GQQ 3»IQ GSI9SQ 
Dakhalisatwaban praja Q19IQ g Q919 v q§ 

( oeiag^eS^ 90i— acw%a ) - QQ9 G9iQa§ — 

TTpPWt^^tW An occupanoy raiyat, 

0««l— 91- M (9IGQ4Q) ( 3. 9§«1 )— qQShM; ^§^ 
Dakhuna G9€I9W1 — Southerner; inhabitant of 

the South, 

asty a^ 93fli o^q 

es?i$G« 01 g? o:q? <a^ — aaqa^, C5«5c?l 1 

O^— GQ. Q— 9«Q €I9Q Q©Q20 6 QQ^a «S^ %9— 
Dakhla An abbreviated form usei by scribes 

for the word dakhal, 

[ g— <9IQ SIGQ©9 ©9191] 

Q61@— G9. 9— 1 I . QWifll; 99 GSIQ— 

Dagarda 1. Big kettledrum. 

ffaffl Q«9IQ t f$GQ^ — 2. A kind of war-drum. 

G9G9. 9 ( ^ )— 9S!l9|©a ( G9<3 ) 

- . Dagabajia ( See ). 

QQhL -SH-. W (09**) ( ^T. Q? )— ^ I <?| — 

Dagadha 1. Burnt. 

3*mi 9 I QQ9« ; Sl^g— 2. Afflicted. 

90a wq 04 ^« — gisfl. ©q/i^oi^i^ 1 * 
9—^ lOTQGQ^^ 1 * — 

1. Excess of bile in the system. 
[ 9 — <91 «l^9 ?1^G9 G9S QQqwiGQ 919 
€9GfR 9lfJ §<! 6 atf S9| QG«1 l] 
V 1-^99} Gat999i —2. Burning. 

ffl«S««SLSg «SG9— 9€K4I», 9CI9Q I 

t» I 9^t£i q\@ { G9« )— 

3. Dagadha handi ( See ). 

QGifeifl -9K 9 (ff. 9U) — 9 I ?9; »QGat9 51Q9I; 99€!S — 
Dagadhani Affliction; harassment; pangs; 

oQa9 7 annoyance. 

QGIdQIQai-G^. 9— 9«ta9ig ^ QlS OQGQ Q^llQ Olq. 

Dagadha bardia G«H?< G001G9 8W ^£JI— 

The act of breaking the floating 

dagadha-handi. 

QQfcJ €*I€T — G9. 9— 9€t»9tf 9QQOG9 G3Q 91^ G9 

Dagadha handi q$Q g@9 G9ffi| 6 Sa 9€liQ ©rf 

(^qa«g-. ^j^^a) . €J9G9 Q% Gai^l^[<J— . 

4-o earthen pot containing rice; ghee 

and oil and fried to charcoal and then 

broken with a stick after it is floated. 


■OCftllQQl 


( »£•*, 


wi a^*s» 


QQ6IIQQI — €^- § < St. 9$ )— V I 601^91 — 

DagadhSiba 1. To burn. 

(WCaQQI-HKfcqfl) -> I 99Q® QQ9I— 

f iffl«fl ^nqriifl 2. To afflict; to inflict agony. 

<qi€14JQI— 69 ( 09i ) S— €81^91; 9§ Wl- 
Dagadhiba To burn. 

fflSRT * «* ?SQ CQ99KQ— ©Oft'a. WIS 1 © I 

-<j>G1g GQQI-- 69. (S9i) £— 99CI& G9IQ Qqi QICM— 
Dagadhi mariba To be sorely afflicted. 

WWl ©to G9I8C« 0$t 9GQ 

€«<! SSQ 98« GG1SQ I GW2]. QCWO I 

QCiy €©QI" 69- 3?— t I 6QI¥fl9l— To be burnt* 
Dagadhi heba " 

©a© qStf.trjQ, ©£ e« ociy $ao t ©aw, wo i 
3 I 9««l AQ9I- (69«)-*- 
2, Dagadhi mariba (See) 
■^6KaOT$(<i*)~G3C9 9- <GI. 9CW=9Gli+8. eras* 91 
Dagakphasara(la) skr^i ^a9lQ9l)— 9CT19I© (G9«) 
Pr5^Rff( ^H55(E^n: Dagabaji (See) 

<WQIQ— 69 6Q. M. .(&l)— 9«ll9l» % (C9fll) 
Dagalabaj Dagabaj (See) 

QQQQI©- 69*69. 9. (efl) — 9CII9I© (««)' 
DagakbSji Dagabaji (See) 

-<}6lfil(€«)QQI--69. §— ^ I aaiQ9l— 1". To cheat 
Dagala(le)iba ? IQ6JIQ9I— 2. To cheat a man 
forft ^mriCW by pretexts; to put oS 

■Q€il- 69*69. 9. (Efl)— ^ I g9W>lj SOS>|— 
Daga 1 Deceit, 

*ft*t1 > \ 09\% 0«Q| — 2. Fraud; imposture. 

gm * I S$— 3. Loss. 

v | 941QQIOQ9I — =4- Treachery. 

* i 9@qq e«it 9i er<i& 9®9 9i?9i — 

5. One fire or charge with a gun. 
€9. 9-9QiQa (69$) — Dagadagi (See) 

QQIQQ- 69. 9— 9WI 91 0$_G99» g§fi|— 

Dagadagi The act of branding witn hot iron. 

Q6II9IQ— 69^69. 9. ($ri)-9«!9l© v (69a) 
Dagadara Dagabaj (See) _ 


Q6II S99I— 69. « 
Dagadeba 

9CII Qg)9l 
9GI|9IS> ©S9I 


V I OSIQ9I — 

1. To defraud; to deceive* 


ffflfare^l ^sfT^Vr; *Nm*rT sews. qflQoasr i 

J I 9©S$. 9$9i —2. To put to loss. 

Q61I9IQ— 6969-9^. (ffl)— t I aaiQIft— 1. Swindling. 
Dagabaj ^ | OQ ; €iO— 2. Cheating; deceitful. 
HWfarW ^TRT5l v • I aS9«USfl— 3. Treacherous. 

Q6ll9f©— 69*69. 9- (&H-t I 909I— 1. Deceit. 
Dagabfji > | Q<l|qg|39Ql -2- Treachery* 
(9CH9IQ— affiqp) * \ a©i3L05>iQ9i — 
*FWfat#t ^TTTOt 3. Defrauding another. 

* I wvjiq ©6Q 03 699i — 

4, Being defrauded by another. 

Q«l9i©a*-G9. 9«i (eri 9NI9I9J— «- I g®iQ«ieig— 

Dagabajia 1. Treacherous; faithless. 

9CH91Q ) -> I 9WQIW; WWWl- 

96H9IQBI [ W»%a 2. Treacherous; faithless, 
9«I9I© J 

Qe^QOI— 69. ^— V I 9)391 $5|Q Sf©^%3 — 
Dageiba 1. The causative form of 'D5giba\ 
9QIQ9I V ^ I (Gq«! ©9!Q«ltf ) ^^ 

9S€1Q G9^»l )^ ffH ^- y 9i^iq iBBQ^i OTGQ O^ 
trttm 9«fl^9l —2 To cause one's body to be 

^OTfflT branded by another Tarith a hot iron 

(for the purpose of being freed 
from some diseases), 

* i Wi 9i§fliq ©®G99t Q$ QQQ9I — 

5. To cause another to put a mark. 


Danga 


I. A duel. 


J 


KW^fl 5 1 QOCt&oS-, Qi§Wl§> ; fl|Q9^— 

2. Affray; hand to hand fight. 

* I QQ3Q; CCllftSlft— 

3, A row; tumult. 

v t dl^QCJ^ OQ09IQ — 
5. Breach of the peace. 
QfiN Q€JG>1 — €9. S— fll^fl^WQI— 

Datiga kariba To commit an affray; to create 

OCPI &€ll<3> — €969. 9- ( ffl. 9TO 6 OT^) — 
Danga phisada 9fi|-| G9CM9I ( 69«l ) 

.( 9CTi£rSU9— 8Qi%a ) Danga hehgSma \ See ) 


901910 


( *>£*• ) 


9& 


qcnqi^- g?69. 9. ( en )— * 1 si©§tL9W 9^— 

Dangabaj 1. Rowdy. 

Hl*r«t«r^ ) I QQQQSj — 2. Quarrelsome, 

3f WTO * I GSPfewg £J— 3. Riotous. 

9cri e9»ifl(fli)— g9cq. 9. (en. 9cr^6 vicriai )— 

Danga hengama(ma) ^ | Ga?e9IQ — *• Breach 
(9Gri9ICTlfll — ««?i%q) of the peace; riot; physical 
iftVtWtM q$T Wnrr violence. 

-> i «ii98t> Gsioflto— 

2. Row; affray; violent uproar. 

* ! €9SflQ0 ©9©| — 3. Unlawful assembly, 
v I QQO©2fl — 4. Uproarous quarrel. 

* I ai9§s 6 Qw\ «Q9Si awrwQ — 

5. Affray and institution of false cases. 
QD_g, Mi (9^ ai^»- €01991+9$. .9)— «. I GaiQi— 

Dagdha 1 Burnt. 

( 9§l—$ ) * I 99l$9 — 2. Reduced to ashes. 

* I Aft s»IQ*0 Qpa^l— 3- Withered. 
v I ( 9$. Q ) «§£— ^ Afflicted. 

G9. 9— 9CIH ( €93 ) — Dagadha (See) 

QgjQiQ_ 3. 9— C913919; oisqqa— 

Dagdhakaka Raven; rook; carrion crow. 

98©— Si. 9— 96ias> ( G9« ) 

Dagdhani - Dagadhani ( See ) 

( $SP, 9891— ao«*%a ) 
989$ QMiq— a. § — g&q apaio GQ19 cim a^Q ajp 

Dagdhapatra nyaya aQ^s> 6 21)019 G93 9&I 

9191 G9Q Qtf G9I& @9 Q^filW, OgQQ 
^iq — An analogy of leaves burnt to 

ashes still retaining their former shape 

^oh— «. 9. ( 99,ai§4-o# ©Qi )•— ^ 1 9i<3w— 

Dagdhabya 1. Combustible. 

J I 98 9&9IQ 6jaq_g~ 2. Fit to be burnt. 
98819—69- M. (flIOlW 99*1) (*. 9WH9)— 

Dagdhamana G2l9£llQ3t9l — Burning; ablaae. 

98 |9q-$r- p. (9&11. 9a+$9£[ )— 

Dagdha brudaya ^ | qt®<$\q QjaWQ $9*J— 
> 1. An afflicted heart; sorrowfull heart 
/ \ aOQIQO « 99 — 2. Penitent heart. 

«. 9«* ( 9§%g )— 9I$I9 §Q^ 399I0G9 9^ 
Q9IQi3g — Penitent., 


981 — $. 9.— GOilQS 3&SQ 696TO SIOTO Q^ — 
Dagdha Some inauspieioua lunar days according 

. to Hindu Astrology. 
[5 - 981 93 *gQIQ 301— ^ 99981— GSIfl9l9C9* 

«9i9al, flcroeo^afllj ^gq-osi^i, q§,69 «<|V 

€Jj?GQ-3 Si^l, S9CQr999l, Q§QIQGQ-$l9Sl1 Q^ 

a?>GR 1 

; — ?ii^Qfji — g^Tq e§ai«Q— qjjrafl, ^S fl iqQ 
qg^adl, «i£99 W* q % 9I§J0Q qigi^lQaV 
qf^fQQ 9119901, GofaQ 4§I9 Cl^l, fl!«3Q W 

9iQal, erw|9Q qs 1 °9?1* goto 91 1 g oqi i": 

SHWC TO 981 OTIGMI« I ] 
Q6II ©g— 3. 9-981 (6931 ) 

Dagdha tithi Dagdha ( See) 

QQ9I— 3. $. ( 98 + Q + 21I ) — 

Dagdhika QQ\Q\ QO — Burnt rica 

QGg^QI-3. 9. (98 + Q^O — ^ 1 C8I9I Q%\ ~ 

Dagdheahtaka 1. Burnt bricks. 

9 I <ISI| QSI— 2. Vitrified bricks, 
QS^9 — CQ. » — 99 ( G9« )— Dafe ( See ) 

Dachchhuka (90J>, ^0^9— a9f^a> 

90—gi. « ( 9/aa )— aa ( S9« )— 

Dachha Jasa ( See 

(99- «IQH%a) 
QQ9-€QG9. 9- (Q». 909 )— 9»9 ( GQ3 )— 
Dajan Dajan ( See ) 

(999— BOn^EI) 

991%— €i§e9. 9«. (a, 49. a. sjiq )— ^ 1 ^i<5— 

Dajjal 1. Very wicked. 

*f*rl*( ^r95 2. Invincible; powerful. 

9©9lio , l— gi69. (5*9^9) § — 9aQ ©Q91— 

Dardkajhinga The sweet variety of wild Luffs, 
(9©9l—-«IOiqfl) 

9@— g€9. (9991 6i3is?q.9)— 9i^a ; aor— 

Dar^i Clay^ mud; mire. 

9© ffSSOl— flKQ. (©991, 9I9QA) $ — 

Dardi phutijiba 2)S*r^ Q\<$n 91 9?Q .GWI — 
To become very muddy, 

9© — G9. 93. ( 3. <J9j SI. 90 ) — 

Dai^a v I 9Q; €K§; fl&^Q— 

99^ j ea€9 <3 ^Qq q© €§iq9 i 


*w,„ 


0*1091 


( *$w. ) 


o$ 


J I Sgfy ««*§©; 2IQGf|— 2. Unbroken; unin- 
jured; untorn; whale; entire; sound. 
<MM(Mk)Q©l— GQ. £• ( 3. Q$ )— 

Dant8(nte)ib5 * I €Ste§ 9lf 9Sl G9QI$ QQQIj 
«<P4l fflQI"5 9Q9I— 1- To overpower 

SffCTT a person. 

[Q4lfe^)Q9l— «Gi%,a] ? I G9fcl9 9i§% «°^Q«- 
§9© QQ91 — 2. To corner a person; to 
reduce a person to straits or help- 
lessness. 
** I Q9TO G99I — 3. To encourage a person. 

■* i a«t9 951Q 1213^ a§ aa a^aa^q Q®q_ 

$>£}§© QQ91 — 4. To direct the movement 

of a cart by holding the ends of the 

poles from behind. 

\ft*IWWWl * I QG^©S> WQ9I — 5. To instigate 

a person; to incite. 

Dantha A stick for playing dabalapua. 

Danthagili 9l9fiW3' 6«ft€Q 919§© 919$ (9$ 

9^ ) A W (3ltt 9l3) — A bi S stick and 
stout wccden pin used in the game of 

dabalapua. 

Danda (root) To rule; to punish. 

|Q$— 3. 9 ( ^ 'ai$.+9QGd. a )— v 1 a^T; 919; 

Danda COGTI- QO — 1- Staff; club; stick; rod. 
! ,? I (_|-^i9 < g) €1139 — 2. Administration, 

* 1 991; aig 1 ; 939 — 

3. Punishment; chastisement. 

*IS§,6 &L9IQ€I 91 OIO — 4. Thin and 

long pole. 

* I 6«8 €991 — 5. Standing erect. 

#> I qqpldlflMN *iQ9i ja«f — 

6. An anchorite's staff. 

9 1 aeiaisite aeiQi qqi 9i§>— 

7. Pilgrim's hooked staff, 

r 1 SI39M9 qM© 9a% wiM— 

8. One of the duties of an administrator 

viz, punishing the guilty. 
*ti I (+«W>Q6fl. 2i) q$^9. Fight 
^o 1 919963$ — 10' Name of a battle-array. 
M I av-ll. Horse. 


U I G9ld — 12 < Angle. 

13. Churning staff or rod. 

14. Name of a planet. 
£* 1 qo^gj q9©QW'3 , a — 

15. Sceptre; one of the insignia of 

royalty. 
19 I aWIQ Qlfija— 16- Flagstaff. 
t 5> 1 £jg — 17, jama, the God of death, . 
*r t Q§Qn — 18 Army. 

« 1 9 aft aa9s> gflq; ** 8s»^ wq 9* 

§|£IQ -O^^GI — 19. 24 minutes of time. 
->o i gqqh aew$9G€l<a; e^Q 919— 

20. A measure of 4 cubits. 
>«. I aQ>l9Q 90li €9$i— 

21, Handle of an instrument. 

)} ! 9&G) Q€) — 22. The pole of a plough. 
J* I 9»; fiftOI; a^9l~24. Measuring rod, 

24, Name of a prince. 
[3— q^Q SiMia% <9W QOi 9g9IQ«iGQ 
a$<a© G9IQ31Q I ] 

^*1 CIS Q| er$Q G9£f — 

25- The stem of a plant or flower. 
Jf I 2!€i3l9 — 26. Sensitiveness; egotism* 
J9 I SB^g^lQ — 27. Self-esteem, 
^r I OTIQ SS^Q— 28. An oar. 
-?<! I ©I910Q fll§«5 — 29. Mast of a ship. 

30. The pole or beam of a balance. 

OQQOCl; a«l3«l5 QOMCQ Ql«1 C^IQI 
2BQ QQ9I aiflj 44 sailfl— 1. A festival 
observed by low class people on the 
Pana" Saiikranti day. 

> i (a. <?fj. ^ft. 8- qg^o^)— w°w*$86Q 

O^QO^QOQ C9IQ QO 91 qp 9<iiqi?19G€ra — 

^ ;!. An athletic eseroise of the body by 

^5 prostrating one's self on the ground 

and rising again with the help of 

the arms. 


«<A 


<fcJ9 


( *?*> ) 


Q€jaQi 


* I 2is$ qqa — 3. A very brief space 

of time. 

wo sal ©*i *a effoi^p gsia ^s giq osg <*% q© i 

OS. ccco'aa&oig i 

Dandaka 1. Punisher. 

> 1 >£ G»i%«W> G»$qg SGQIQS3S — 
2. A kind of metre "containing of more than 

26 syllables. 

m I QSI^L QQiST q_§>— 3. Name of a prince; 

son of 'Ikshwaku, 
[ S— < Wl«l&« &5h SIM t <l aGQ q.%- 

TOq«-*gtoi 6 09W ^£* qsjsiqskgq aew 

G9Q 1 (SQl TOaiGQ) I ] 

GQ. S— <* I 4£> Q§ 9«q 414; »s 9©£ «flq— 

1, One 'DanoV of time, 

2. A very brief space of time. 

m I Qfl^Q (GQSt) — <3. Dandakiri (See). 
■* I Q§QI (GQ3) — 4. Dandaka (See). 
Qd — q^Qflip giql— Momentary 

91CQ <3€iq QS* QQ63, 

Q$ Q€jG>l— GQ. $*— 9§ aQIQQI (GQ<3) 

Danda kariba Danda pakaiba (See). 

9$9l— a. e— *■ i qimioiq wwwag— 

Dajujaka" 1. The Dandaka forest ( in the 

Deccan ). 

[ q — <39! aw 9^9 »d§qr gw qq i *q%«5r 

OI^QStfGQ GQWIQQl 0^9 9^© 3(Q I <0|G€) 
Q91QQ; Q§*?£> QOQW QQ^GQ 6 93*1 ,QMQ 

sqa<£9a «§?{GW I gaisjtfQ QfpiQen sjgaGQst^ 

( qai€«. qqot ) i ] 

J 1 GQ3§G€$ —2. The name of a country, 

• t-©QSI9Plfl© 9GQS1— 3. The province of 

Janasthana. 

G<s>. 9-(9fiet so)— GaiqQQi^ QaQqaa eo- 

* The tube of a rose-water sprinkler. 

<?$ QIQ-S. 9 -Olflq^a— 

Danda kaka A cook. 


Q$©[Q€lH-a. §-Qg$i e (C9«) 

Dandakaranya Dandaka 1 (See). 

Q^Q-GO. © (a. ^§9; f^5« )— <9S9R «Q G$S 

Dandakiri q|g> — A very small fresh water fish; 

<>§IGQQ 1 a sort of £fry; minnow; Perilampus 

9§3Q j aoti % a Lanbuw. 

[ g— <i sua q^gq ^oi^ jq?j asa^ QO§ I 
3§GQ3SI, <fl|Q65T ■ QI9Q 39 Q3GQ GQ!1<1 QQI 

qigi ai< i <qiQQQ qiq a& 6 <isiigc> fl^Q aisfGQ 
Qfi> QQ 69IQ Q9§ I ] 
Q€tG9TQ— g.^,^1— 2iaGq9G9S — One of the dancing 
Panda gauri nymphs of the heaven. 

Dacda grahana kariba 1. To resort to the 

anchorite's staff. 

if^<5l3«l^3l J{&3^\ Q3GQ Q2«99i €i!g$. QQ- 

^Jgq^L^sjT aggGQ qlOlQOQPI— 2 To acquiesce 

in the sentence passed on one's self* 

999!^ (G9«l) 

Dandagrahi (See) 

-( Qg+w N a^+o(g. Q^ )— csa 

9^ aGQ— Holding a stick or 

staff. 
9.-— qLfpiQ GGItf<l O^ S>^ 
Dandachakradi nyaya 9QQ| Qiq" GJ3^aQ 9f), O^, 
sjjp, g^Q a^Q 9§ €jaw« 9t g^aoeiiQ 

G»GQ G>2^ G«ll*<l VI&GQQ$ ©IQtfl SflQIQ 

OQQI Qil^-^The analogy of a potter 

taking the help of several implements 

and materials in preparing a pot. 

QHQIQI — 2. 9- ^_° — 'G9 Qg Q<i— One who inflicts or 
Da«idadata ( 9§9I^1 — %1 ) deals punishment; 

punisher. 
QIVGWl— GQ. 9. (Qlfl)— G^O^GIGI Q^I4T1 GWO| — 
Danda debi Name of a Goddess worshipped in 
the Keonjhar State of Orissa. 

Dan'dadhara QQ| — 1. King (holder of the 

sceptre. 

> \ (go aialc^ aiw VQ9I aicf q^iq« ©q§) 

i3fl— 2. Jama, the God of death. 


Dandagraha 


Dandagrahi 


9€ja9 


( *P£>1f*> 


9fpr 


* ! (eg ©$ oqQQi aia ®§ *igq) qfloiQ; 

S&IQ — 3. A potter. 
"* I G9 9g'$<— 4- Punisher. 

* i qoeqg sq^a© — 

5. Judge; magistrate. 

(QQ*i) — 6. A. servant carrying a rod 

for punishing a criminal; lictor. 

9*3. —A I Ja%aiq — 1. Holding a staff or rod, 

'2. Wielding the sceptre- f 

Q§UIQ-£. 9- 6 ©*!.— 9$aQ (OT«) 
Dandadhara Dandadhara (See) 

Q§uiq— s. m.i q — (9g+a ai§+©<§. qO™^ sif 

DandadhSri aiQgi qq ai<l— Holding a^ataff. 

I. An anchor ite^carring a staff, 
9 I Q9I— 2- King. 

QU,o— a. 9, (Q§LaiSL+q9. a©)— ^ i atg; 9gG99i-- 

Daadana 1. Punishment. 

j I giq^i — 3. Chastisement. 

* i flff©— 2. Churning. 
<m>§OQ$— 3. 9-(S. a.SQ.jQSG + Qg)— 9§6WI9I9; 

Dan<£ana danda QfJGQ9l QSGQ WgQ, 3^— 
A rod used for punishing offenders. 

q§q a§Q — sr- 9 ( W9i& 99QQ; $<sp + sg9 )— 

Dandana mandana ggqa qiq qsj GQ9I 6 QQ 

QI& QIQ* qSftlQ GQ9I -Punishment 

• and reward, 

Q§ oi*— siot* (a«w) 9.— * i aara$i§i Q €Q 9I$£, 

Danda nata ai«, «$q «l<? ©AGfldlQ Q^GIStf qjpq^ 

TOI§?i9l 2IG3IGQ 9ISSI, 39Q S9$tf1, 

QGQ^I oe^Kl «0Q G93GQ QIGS 3IG3 

$£} 9IQ«t39 QI©QI 6 Cite GIQ9I aipi— 

* 1. Dancing performed by the 

low class people in Ganjam during 
Baisakha Sarhkranti. 

99$ l] 

<> i mi a$i§) oi^ tp$i 9$ Go^fliqGQ ©5- 
6$«1q CQ9fl!9Q$ aiwi 9©9Gera— 


2. A kind of religious vow observed by 

low class people from Pana Samkranti 

day. 

[ 9 — <3 $€>aisi 9^ wslgq <o 95 eq9a 

G$99 ©G» QWQ «iag) I q© GM^OTTCQ 9»l, ' 
.GC1% W 9ST SI9IQ, B|P, GSI§, q&%, «tf"l, flieil, 

qivq m §$ qHq$<a, otq a9%«al, ©gq^i 

QGQ^ltf! S89 GO.SI G9IQ 93>SQ 9i»]9l^^_ 

qqqi giGv) qjgs $si ciio «iQ qiq^ i <aiGO G9 

gq^GQ SJGOQ Gjg Ol© Ql\ S9IQS) I SJia^lQ onoi 
8Qd G99I TOIG3 511099 QQ OlflOl S^ G991 33^9 91 
9GQ G^GS 1 <t 9§gS 9^ I 1^-Q5 <^>l^ ^Q G^ 
W 91^9! 91 %1 G9€l 31© G€li?<l G?l^ 91 G^O^ 
9Q GQQ9I?IQ qi°^ «I|Q <q 93>4QSjata3 ^^9 G 

Qfl Q!q9— e. Q.-K \ swam; gwisq — 

Danda nayaka 1. Commander-in-chief; a general; 

a leader of troop s; 

/ i osaa ; qaaQ ^©a^a 9^^— 2. A 

police head officer; Superintendent of 
of police; police magistrate. 

* I q©l— 3. King. 

v | q^qi^ qQQIQ- 9a"[9l^— 4. ^ The head 

, cooly; Duffadar. 

* I Q^QIQi — 5. One who inflicts punish- 

ment. 
9 i qog^a- 6 - -A- Government official. 

9 I 9q,QQQ— 7. Judge. 

Q$ fil©— 3. 9 (9$9l§; 9f|Q^Q = 5P^q-iejg S3^SQ)— 

Danda niti q$<z\Q €«WS9^ ^©191903^1^ 9l9St^ 

©qfl^QO QIQ€il| — Political science 

dealing with administration or duties 

of kings; science of government. 

Q$«iq— a. w ( ^^.ai^+Q^. ai^ )'— <3»g aiQ9isi 
Dandaniya Qaq^g- Q€JI9 — Punishable; slit to* by 

punished; deserving |punishment; liable 

to punishment. 
Qfl Q0l(eQ)Q9l — GQ. ^— 9I^*Q ^9GQ Q||90 a©a 
Danda paka(ke)iba GWi 6 Q091*}I3 9il*jsi *Q9|-- 
9^^591 i To perform a|kind ofjathletic 

Q59I519I > afti^a exercise by alternately pros- 
9fJ G3Q9IJ tratingthe body and getting 

<S3C*t*rJ 5""^ q^?fT up horizontally. 

Q$ai*— gq. 9—^ i qGN3 ^°a9Ga«; ®%i 91 

Dandapata qsjoooo- 6®§i^ Q^9l»£l€!!g9 9Q9- 

§£3<g — A kind of an administrative 

division or circle in ancient Orissa, 


QfBIS G9!Q $«59l 


C "9™ ) 


999© swr* 


wec^o 99 99 qw 9i awo s^cigq §QQ 
69iQ?{Q l gGo^QQ oig Q«p$ 1 qgai* 6Q6eq.9< 

? I OSJftlQ^GeiS — 2. Name of a caste of 

weavers (Howells). 

gi€Q. (f 9^51) 3— gaia GTOta© — 

3. Commander-in-chief. 
9581* G§IQ §RQI— <6<a 6©6tf $Q9i; a% 9§|0IS 
Dandapata hoi buliba 69IQ $£i9| — To roam 
tStifel^W W*M vrz^Rsff about; to loaf about. ; 

O^aiQ — a. 3<s. (9551^; q§ +ai3) — 95*19— 

Danda p&ni Carrying a staff. 

. § — V I 93 — 1, Jama. 

> I &9ISOQ9 6SIS — 2, An attendant of 

Siba, 
* I ^91— 3. King. 

QQ 91^—3. 9\ (;9<Sj1 99; Q§ + 01^34 «g|OQ^) — 
Danda parushya < \ 90Q ^li^QQ Qg — 

1. Rigorous bodily punishment* 

2. (Hindu law) One of the eighteen defences 

or disputes, 

Q$ai«>— sr. 9«. ( Q§+aifi> )— 9§p«9 ( 69<a ) 

Dandapala Dandapalaka ( See ) 

Q€iaifi)9— *. 9<S1. ( 9$+a|ft9 = QS9 ) — 

Dancjapal&ka <> | s^WqSQ; Qqfta®— 1. Judge, 

2. A door-keeper; a watchman. 
<?— <* I 9gGQl9»! SIS; QIOQai9QI 9IQ— 
W^*lt*TC> i . A kind of fresh water fish, 
[ § — «qiw <WQ +\9 ^6J£> 9*9 WSJ I ] 
J> I 9$9Q 913 — 2. A kind of fry fish; 

PeriJampus; Lambuca. 
Q§9!€l1— 69. 9 (3. 9§ + ai3; GTO^t 9§6WI aiQ* 
Dandapasi £li9«OlGQ 9§ 6 QI3 ai« ) — 
t I q©l— 1* King. _, 
t > I G£l€f 9^ GQ$$L W 9I6QQ9I atf 
60GTI 6 £Tia a^ai<l— 2. A person car- 
rying a stick and noose to punish 
* people. 


S19 QTO Q^Oltf, CCO 9QQ «»:Q 03191 I 

•as. cswaceoia i 
30 g<llff — GQ- $i$.Q.QQ; 9§99 g<3!3)— Q59Q'69eO 
Danda pranSma Dandabata ( See ) 

Q§ iieq— G9. 3. Q«— a^T a© 8ai G9I& — 
Danda praye Prostrate like a stick. 

ffflg Q$ gicq C91Q i ©CKjia. cg?q i 
QflQ©— g . a. ( Q«J=£lf + si<3€hiGa 9© )— 

Dandabat sg^ qq §ai ^j^€Q — 

Prostrate like a stick. 
§— V I QgQO (SQfil)— 1- Dandbata (See). 

* I ( ^g+^i© aca. 9© )— ogl- siQiial— 

2, A class Of anchorites holding the 

sacred staff.. 

S. Q6I ( d«? ) 9% ilig — Carrying a stick; 

(Q§9IS-g^; Q59SI— il) armed with a stick. 

Dandabata gi^jicr g5M© — Making obeisance by 

C 9^90 g^llfl— SQ^^a ) V m g Prostrate on the 
WtW5 ground. 

%1»^. fl^iew as^aiflff 

a— g^ifl 9i q^iq^o9 geaiao— 

( Interjection ) A greeting indicating 
obeisance; I bow to thee. 

[ g— q§9© ^9«i3 991 0§) OQl^GO — 

«q$> 2^ 9 9sCT 909 I 
©afij* €Q^ q96Q Q=^ 96Q 9ie S)^Q M&»^^q 99 
QQ91Q O <?<3 019139 <§ 9iGCri^SgSH §<3 1 <3?iQ 
fl5 «§ C3— ^©O 9^§«Q <fc Qg9©€Q tilfll <?!§, 9§- 
4IQI 9-S 1 SQ SWIOi 9| 9y G99ia!S5 qjf© 1 j 
Q^Q© 961QI— TO. §— * I 3iq|ICrg^lfl 9991— 
Dandabata kariba 1. To make obeisance by 

(Q6J9© 6991 — S^Qa) falling down prostrate at 
fftfrl^tfl one's feet. 

> I Qfl^iQ Q€19I — 2. To make obeisance. 

[ 5 — Q$9o QQ9R aa gi^icr gSai5) G9Qij- 

«§ 9|2I|Q«0« €Qai6Q §1^^ 6Q3GG* 9106531^ 

gsq. y>tf 3^ti^ oa§ 1 SL96Q q^qq G«i6a§ 
flflaio 9Q§ ©Ig ; aao q96Q 9^9©^ 91 Qg90- 
W QGIQ^I 96^i|ai^ t 


( «!£■** ) 


<?9 ai»- 


"SKMq Qq Qqai<i 6 WioiQ 99GQ QW^l Q»i 
$<, QeiiSQ wy gasQ 'si % 999$ 9%s* 69i§* 
gqg«> $§aia$ 1 aai— $©b ow^eaiQ 959® 1 

$GQ€J^. OGQ QIQ 1 G9gf ^^ GQQQQ a$«s, 
W5»a 99i Qaiq gsi$ e«if cqii Q<g9© 1 
■ sgsis Q$©aiai q**^ s& GQts g$i? q§9© 

Dandabati Money paid as a token of respect 

during an interview. 
9§QK*— $f. 9 6 Q31— 9§99 J 6 * (G^flf) 
DandabSn "Oandabat 2 and 3 (See) 

Da n da baladhi Elephant,- 

QflQIQl — 3. 9 — ^1 gi§ais> — 

Dandabasi 1. Door keeper. 

> ) GQQQIQj $€}Sfl3 — 2. Watchman 

* I 9I9Q 9l$a— 3. Village headman. 

Danda bidhi 1, Administrative rules of a state. 

? I aagate 9$sw ©ag^ goto ©qfliwl— 

... 2* The Penal Code. 

• 1 Gff?OTI3l ©l&Qy SflQ^ — 
3. Criminal Procedure Code. 

Qfl €JS9— ?. ©. (9. Q. €«; <^=9§!9IQGQ S$Q + 

Dandabyuha- <&<$) — S9f«oeQ 9fJIQIQG3 q^Q 

<Q£jQ!£j SSCw QCM — Name of a peculiar 

battle-array, 
[Q— <}§9*»QQ ageQ QH\Q GSOTO, flil€Q 

q©i, aaGQ ctoibq, ^Q ai^GQ 9g] 6 gq&g <i^ 

gflgqr 88GQ aQIQQGS] q« G9IQ Q§ OTIjJ— 
8. WTO I ] 

Dandabhrut y|$$i 9GQ)— ^ I 9$J€ll2i — 

1. Carrying a staff. 
3, ^ — QgJ^Q qei — 2. King (who holds the 

royal sceptre. 

Q41S$ («OTQ)-*9f|q fc g Q«W (TO*) 

Dandamanda (etc) Dandamunda etc (See) 

Q'$ flja**— «' 9— 991 fits (G9«! ) 

Darida mataya Bami fish ( See ) 

(«$ flIQQ-S. « ( 51. a GQ-; Q«H9 W9 >— 

• Danda manaba, 9tf*S» (g. €tfi?«lQQ)— Boy. 


Dandamunda ?. | £>|ffj£|9|Q Qgj — 1. Various 

T9^3 kinds of punishments or penalties, 

> I Q£} 6 g.Q^IQ — 2, Punishment and reward, 

* ! SiCiSlia— 3. Curse. 

Q$3$ ©€)QI -GQ. ^ — ^ I WI3QIQ Q^GWI— 
Dandamunda kariba 1 To inflict various 

(QgA^CQQ! — aQi^p) punishments. 

^ -> I Q^GWI 6 g_Q^IQ SQQl — 

2. To mete out punishment and reward. 

Dandamunda kartta __ One who can punish as 
(Q§9§ 921101 — a©*l%a) well as reward. 

Q§ 511^1 — ff. § — <. I q$» 01^1 — 1. Military expedition; 
Dancja Jatra marching for fighting. 

2. March to conquer adjoining countries* 

* I NrflqL ^9W9i aiQ* cSQsawi — 

3. Punitive expedition. 

v i qqq ttoaflOi QQgscr qqsisIs sji^!— 

4. A marriage procession, 

* I €fll^|sai-fl| — *>. A ceremonial procession - 

ct. ?— a^l^-91^ gflqeQ aw sapiwoor gig 

8IQQ Q51Q — A festival and dancing 

observed by low caste people on 
'Baisakha Samkranti/ 

Qftaia— «. q— ^ 1 ^?i — 

Danda]ama I. The Hindu God of death. 

J] W— 2. Day. 

* ! acig^J© — 3. Sage Agastya. 

Danda sastra Dandabidhi (See) 
Danda aamhita Dandabidhi (See) 

Danda aahaya ^9fl??GQ 39l£j£>l 9QS) — 

A king who helps in bringing the 
offender to justice. 

Q$63GI— 9IOT. («9©I9) ?» — 6§>9I fil^lQGQ aiQff- 
Dandasena fllQ^fQ Qai^?G9^ —A. title of the 
(QSJSQfll — aO**Qp) Paiks of the Orissa States. 

Danda sthana ^ 1 eacjaiMQaaqalq.QflpaKiw-- 

1. A. place where an offender 
^undergoes punishment. 

UK/ 


*ft 


( m 9*9 ) 


9§8a «Wiq- 


' i 9w?i%.Ga$ gag" acres 91 9^9 '9$ 

92* QlQfllGQ — 2. The limbs or items on 

which punishment is meted put. 

[g-flGyeoi s©GQ Q0«L Q9Q, ©W, 9§, 

89, «a, w, w, a© 6 ew Q^giff — 

§. S193W I ] 
<?§|— €9. 9- (a. Qg} — <* I €1C|$Q fift 9€>?^ — 
Danda 1 The two long side-pieces of a bullock - 
fftSl, ^5T^1 cart; the poles of a cart. 

2. A long stick; a lathi; a pole; a maoe. 
«" I Q^filj a©© f|§ — 3. Waste land, 

QQq qzi g>s ata eaisq * 

"* I GQIOQ a^^-ri* Biifcare for the cattle 
'- v " ■'"br ife village public; common 

grazing field. 

* I SlflQ qg,l — 5. A village road. 

2 t SWI^Iflj Qg §1Cr9l— 6. in athletic 

exercise consisting of alternately lying 

prostrate and raising one's body with 

the help of the hands* 

9 1 eo^iaQ wqai ^h ©icr qi a<$»— 

7. A leafless stem of sugarcane. 

r 1 91$ siai© si^i ?ai 9<fc— 
(siai— QtiiGQ ^isit? ogiapai") 

<i t £€119$!; eai^fllQQr SHttiq© 9Q9I 99IGS 
gi^gi^Q^a§)^9l qg,|— 9. A road 
for cattle; cattle-track. 
$$. — <L l'S£@9iS£L — 1. Long like a bamboo., 

*?»e fleer a&Nia'©i«c93' 

QSI C9IQ fi€!!Q Qg)«Q G<?i§ ^gfll I QS3 9. tt^lQQO CQ. 

J I 9IQ9 ^§ «« $6Q W G9IQ 9©©— 
2. Lying prostrate on the ground like a 

bamboo pole, 

( sieii — gqicq giqgq 9gi 9Q G9s> i ) 
3IG9. ( qw ) 9—^99 qp|. as© ©$ 313 

^CGQ QQQ qg|— Gart-traok; rut. 
Qftl(eft)Q9l— €9. 3— t I 9^91 $£|IQ/§te$ ^3— 
Dandai(nde)iba 1. The causative form of 
TOOTWtH DapdibS 


J 1 94JIQ9I (G93) — 2. Tandaiba ( See ) 
9§f ©Q9I— *€9. $— 9G3S 99IQ G9Q G9fa§ 9<i^% 
Dapda kariba eocri 0Q <W $9GQ ^3GQ Q9IQ9I— 
[9gi9^l(eQ)Q9l] To beat a person 

^Bt^t^n, C*rteT^WFe*1 to prostration- 

9§l 9IO — €9. 9— €TOQ 9$i9 fl£Q 2ig$Q, S3l9iq, 
Danda kathi goi Qiq £1$ M9Q QQ^ ©9^9 
OqaN -* The handles of the poles of cart 
{ at the back ) by holding which the 
motion of the cart is directed from 

behind, 
Q4JJQ!©— tf. Q. ( *qi 00^ 9g + Sfi<3IO )— 

Dandaghata SOGTI D9IQ — Beating with a lathi; 

cudgelling. 
QfVI€>Q — g. ^»— i 1 goiQ^ii. 9a$69S— 

Dandajina Fraud; cheating; false garb. 

j 1 q^ralQ? 9hq$q 9^j 6 30 qi Q**iga«a — 

2, The staff and hide used by an ascetic ( 

^'ftia — *- 9. ( ^ii ©^ 99+an )— 

DandS-jRa ^a^alQ 9fJ S>3£^ ^^Q30Qi 39^ 
aaq — Judicial sentence passed on an 

accused; order of conviction. 

901 ©@l— C9. M— «^a QQ9! OTS^ 9^1 91 3§>^ p?^j_ 
Danda tarda M9SI ©Q9I 91 9I§)9! — 

Beolamation.or clearance of waste land , 

for cultivation, 

901Q§— e- §. W. 6 9 (9$3l§* 95J4-9g+Q. 

Daridadandi 9iQ9l9)— QOQ?\ ^iqaQiQ^IQ) qq?IQ 

S91Q (©a§" q.9 9qai< )• QOiqO; sogm- 

QOge<, 9ifa^l9— A fi g a fc .with sticks; 

mutual dealing of blows with sticks- 

Q€H d€J9l -69. $— €^9! €tQ99 SI9^ ©^jfa 9Q9» 

Danda dhariba g^lC^Tasi^Q 9Q QQSQ ^91 9^19 

qpGQ 91© 39IQ9I — To hold the handles 

of the cart-poles in order to direct the 

movement of a cart from behind. 

Q#I89 OMiq — e. 9. ( 9-g+«a£l«-§e>| + Qiiq ) — 
Dandapapa nyaya Sdlf <3 §0|% «(5 <l 9§ 91 9!§>GQ 
G£TI?) Q^9I SI9UIGQ ^| »9 S9 9i§»9 

aei^ «j^9°€t 9^ fiq <a^ai 9Q^9i% 
9C9 oa «gi G3S9e9eA 91$ as* *iq8i 

391 & C Q ^^°€l 4||Q9 ^€0S9€0 G«l $^ 
€9I9« 80)^ <Sf|Qg9 <3<{GQ 3G<39 9I§/ 


*>£» GQQ9I 


( *?*? ) 


qge 


39Q 9I&Q §<$ wq ac»fl|©^Q9l i»CQ 
<B fftf l^ S9-9 §<— An argument based 
on the deduction of the greater possi- 
bility of a thing having occured, when 
a thing of lesser magnitude is found to 
have happened owing to the same 

cause. 
--Q«y 6QTOI— W. ^— <. | QG§Q9I * (.G9« ) 
Danda" peliba 1. Dandeiba 4 ( See ) 

> I 9— <8"iq€9Q9l S^<8Q9IGG>) 91© <aiOTH£Q 
68GSQ 6^91—2. To move (said of 
infants) with the help of the hands and 

belly. 

DandS bhanga C^ Q£Q— Keclaiming a waste or 

village common, 

9— a?>a 91 9$l% $«&aia<i ©«6Q aew> 
$WI~ Reclamation of waste land. 
«?9lfll%-6^. $— * I C3SJ 9*i§ -awift 9a 91 Q9IQ 
Dandfirnaru Q€lQI ©3GS) €OCTI aei a|<j ; qdflO-- 
(Q^Jfll&.-HaQ'i^a) 1. A person armed with a 
©f^lXfa ¥*StTrr^ cudgel to kill or beat others. 

■yi sjfl-sqtfsi 9<i§— 

2- A mighty or powerful person. 
x ^ ♦ J QqQQ 9<<Q — 3. A ferocious person. 

Danda mutha #q €!€1QQ €i©% ©a^O QQ9N — 
(9§IS[p— ~ fcO^a) The handle of the poles of a 
cart ( at the back ) by holding which 
the motion of the cart is directed, 

-Qftiq tai%)— ff. WW ai$) (#fj ai$iSQ ooq* a&Q 

Danqlaya (root) 'ntf £|Gqifl€Q 91Q ) — 

9§} a© S19Q4! 9£9J— 
To act or be like a pole. 

Dandayamana gy| S9IQ Sen C^IQq^l — Standing 
(Q§iqGM — d) upright; standing erect. 

ia%QQ GPl G9IQ GC1IQ 9§9© gtilfl 9Q9I; *9§'£j- 

fliotf sia gocti a$ gsii^gq 8ai 6ai / G99i 1 ] 

*9§IQ — 3.*9( <?5 + S 4tt%=-Glfl<B> $Q9i + 9®\ 52J ) — 
Dandara * | 9§|^9| gagi— 1; A car with poles, 

-> I qfljQ ©9 — 2. A potter's wheel 


* I atf — 3. A bow 

v i 0^ 9g1 — 4. A must or restive elephant* 

Q§l&-3. 9*. 9! (Miqi ©©; 9$+aw§i — 1 1 9§i9ig 

DandSrtta QqlfQQi ©fifeo— 1. Overpowered 

( 9§l^l — ^1 ) with punishment^ 

■> I GOSrffliGt^l^ ©sfe© — 2. Overpowered 

with blows by lathis. 

3 9 — ©fl-IOOl OQQ GITOe««— A place of 

pilgrimage on the Champa river # 

9§i@— e m. q? (9§-f«9 r ai§^Gsr€h G991 + 

Darujfirha Q(|.?j)-Q^aiQ9iQ ^Qqg— Punishable; 
(9£}i9l — %1) deserving punishment. 

QflKniq — cr. 9 (9§+«aisaqV — t l afli^Q^i — 

Dandalaya 1. Court of justice. 

-> I 6S?Si«llff! — 2. Jail; prison. 

* I S€QI9£€1^ — 3. Name of a metre, 

Danda lu. 4 kind of yam having straight 

long tuberous root (as distinguished from 

other kinds of yam with round roots) a 

Dandasrama 99 3|Q€ — The cjndibion or vow 

of a pilgrim. 

901^ 994 Q€}QI— €Q. ^— Cieiaipl «Q9IQ 3©c& ^?Q 

Dandasrama grahana kariba Q§ a|€)«l QQ9I — 

To resort to the pilgrim's staff; to take 

a yow of pilgrimage. 

Dandasi Danduasi ( See ) 

9IG9 t Oftifl ) 9-(-«. 9fJ; <5JIGfi> 95 y^ Q9^ 

S?l©9G€l^ — -^ caste of low caste vil- 
lage watchman in Ganjam- 

[Q— ^ti^d qiqq S q QtilfflCQ <9iW? OThIQ^I«GQ 

w 99IQ KQ I G99SS QgiQ ©^IGQ <1 QIO 2IQ§ ! 

<S w 901Q qy^, Gff?) 9^€1 giq ^ 99IQ GqQ 

9HQ€||^ ©q»q9IQ 69«1 391% 'OfllQ^ 9l€l1 ©I© 

EDQQ (Criminal Tribes Act) tacvqiGQ aagaT^GSI 

GSiQ^Q ffq SIQ^Q 6 OflIGS* 3Q«?ff ^QGQ 

©OSQ^I ai^lGQ 9I9Q G99l^ 9W G9Q?jGQ I 

OfliGft t«>v Ol^ ^-39^ G9IG OIQOIMl 

flpq Q9^ Qii«i fa Q€i sassj 6 <iqiosy ^^fiL €c l^ 
VSt 91 €«196$_ «^QflfiJfOIGQ ^Q €9^ S2§ ( 


QfP»Q 


( »^r ) 


9SW 


OfllQQQ <g a§9^G> Q9& SQQiSi 9IWAITO 
QSJSQ ESQ giffSQ <K1KWQ 93© Qicf Slfl 9SIQ 

DandShata Q|§>9 — Beaten with lathi. 

9 — G<W3@ — Churned curd; butter milk. 

Q§ - G9. 9. 13. 9§) -<. I ft|Q Q9IQ SW^l flO; 
Dandi ft|99§ -I. The middle wall dividing the 
fftRj two nostrils* 

2 A nose-ring worn in a hole made on 

the wall between the two nostrils. 

* I §?l9ft QSil— 3 v The yard or pole of 

aTbalance* scale-beam. 

v | Sqi 2G9q> a§9l ©SG$ G3?iG9 Qeig^l 

Qjg-] — 4. Handle of a cup or jug 

(Howells). 

Si€9. (9«[99) 9.— 9I«««I (69fll) 

Kasa tiuna (See) 

Q§20~ €9. 9. («. QI§Q) — ^ I ©3$ 9$qQl 9ISGQ 

Dandia a«HQ€9W1IQQ01% qg 91 COIOI 39 iq 

^fbr^fT: qgq— 1, The official who realises rates 

or tax from stall-keepers or tenders hi 

a market. 
J I a& 99ilQ £>$S19I 9<ig — 

*----■ - ^ ^Weighman. 

-• 1 9$9I9 ; w w 9G$s>i$toi^ asn 591 

9« 6 <l^aiQ aiQQQSL 910; 9Q«— 

3. A broker or middleman who purchases 

merchandise or grains from vendors 

amLsftUfl the m to wholesale merchants 

on getting a commission. 

69. §«. 1°. («!») — $$$$1 (9Q?) — 
,9GSJQ — 93) Quarrelsome (man), 

q§9— 2. w. (9§+$a siaesi as)— 9§pq— 

Da^dika Holding a staff. 

(9^01— $J)\?' il «l GSIOI 8QQ1 GQ9; 9§>- 

9Q9IQ— 1. A mace-bearer* 
> 1 9g«Q (G93)— 2. Dandakiri (See) 

9§qi— s. 9. d. 0&I9+9J. «»)— ^ 1 ^S>- 

D<*ndika 1. A rope 

-> I 9IQ— 2. A neclilace 


I 


* I 5j9IQ G€II9G9§>— ' 

* 3. Shackles or chains for the leg, 
9§§§ — G9. 9. — 9SJ9Q (C9«) 

D.indikiri Dandakiri (See) 

(9$G9Q, 9£$Q > 9^ G<3Q — TOi^fl) 

Q§eool— giw. (aaifl) s>. — 9gs§ (G9ai) 

Dandikell Dandakiri (See N > 

Q§ $511^69. 9. (sSrao ao) — oiqq aoqriQwa<a— 

Dandi gunS An ornament for the noae. 

Q$Q— 3. 9*. -( 9g ai^+9fl. 9 )— 9^919- 3|3<a - 

Dandifca (Punished; chastised-, convicted. 

Q^QIQ— gq:§.— 9^a • (C9«l) 

Dandidara Dandia 3 (See) 

SWIGS C9S3Q I ffSIQSfl(9&. «^s 1 

QC$I§— W. ?.-9^9RQ Q^— The work of a 

Oandid9ri 'Dandidara 5 o.r broker, 

Q€pQ!Q-€9. 9.-WQI Q^ ?^Q flaQ^I 01^9^ 

Dandi naka (©gqT 3IOCQ 9| §$QIS[ g9 QQjfilKlJ— 

The middle wall between the two 

nostrils which is bored for wearing a 

'Dandi'. 

Q^QQ— S9. §■" (9°. 9gaiO©)~ ©5JQ9IQ 9$<S WIQ< 

Dandi pais ^ja. 9^1 4 q^l — The soale-beam and 

(9^a*l—«ff<i^a) pans-ef a balance. 

Q<| ^ai^QI— C9. Q— ( 5?. 9€§l^«, 9|iai09)— 
Dapdi pohala ^ | -§g^g^G€^j 9^ q© 4119- 
^tR^ft 9GQ9 — 1. Canscora Decussata. 

^fSffit* [9— >09iQ ffi© ^QG9I§I^<19I aifif ai«- 

^>S3€Q oc«B 5 ep del 6 o^9*is q§j *• sals 
€9ae). era 9S9i«;.<?]s> sq6q§s9I^ «i1qqc^ 
era ai^o; 9«S qot ap a;GS i ] 

^ I 9IO eai9»l 9IS— 2. A kind of small fish. 

* I 9£r Q 9IQ (69«l) 
3. Siungara hara (See) 

■* 1 (€99i9) (?. 9gg9iQ)— qa^Gas— 
4. A kind of tree. 
9§Qr— €9. % ( £. 9gy|^)— t I 9SJ G99I — 
Dandiba l. To punish. 

?G C?«¥i otf^i a§ ai« a;Q 
^1 ^«rr w ^ afli a®QQ 1 ea54ia. qwi . 

J I 9ft a§9l — 2 To exceed; to excel. 


Q§S 


( *?*-« ) 


<#§ 


Dandima Holding a sceptre or staff, 

?. l I 93— !• Jama, the regent of death. 
j I Q9 QQQI® — A mace-bearer. 

* I QlQQKd; 9«0q) — 3. A door-keeper. 

* I G9We^ — 4. A class of Jainas, 

* I SffiHlSJl — 5- ^ religious mendicant. 

■ $ I QflTO Ql Q^tfraa— 6. Name of ati 

aromatic plant* 

Dandila *.[ ^3, — 1. Wicked. 

<Q§G3-$1) > I Q9§— 2 Mischievous; ferocious. 
•> I «©^©2fl— 3 - Restless. 
9§1-«t. §■ « ( 09+ «8 «€€f. Q»5 ^1. V?. )— 
Darjdt 1 1 Q§S {Mfll) 

(Q§<SI-^I) 1. Dandima (See) 

33$ 3 1 o$aiflfl; floral as— 

2* A mendicant who has betaken to the 

4th or last stage of a Hindu's life; one 

who in his old age has betaken to the life 

of an ascetic. 

* 1 ©g3q fliOlO q»l— 3 - Name of a kin S of 

ancient India. 

[g— « gj^eilq €«ai&«i%ea gig 69iQ^€fii 1] 

699%fllQe>Q^ QcSjQI— -4. Name of a 
medieval Sanscrit author and annotator 

of India. 

* 1 s &e ai^o^SM— 5 - Name of an 

attendant of the Sun-God. j 

5> I Q£W; alTOffQl*— 6. A ruler; a holder 
of the sceptre of administration; admini- 
strative head of a country. 

CQ. 3d— Q^O— Punished. 

©£>, « Sh QfflCQ «>K9 Of»Sl 1 %l*Q* A^ISQ^.W I 

Danduasi 1. A watchman. 

(QG$Q§ - ^«»%a) ' mw ^ ^- ai 

»^ f fii %§W — 2. A pair of blacksmith's 

*" - /tongs* pincers. 

Q^Q— ■ SIIG9 (SJGS^Q) Q— *• I 316QIQ — 

Danduri 1. A bag made of bamboo, cane, 

creeper or twigs for putting fish therein. 


j» , giga— 2. A small basket of bamboo or* 

wicker-work* 

Dandei Dandakiri (See) 

GQ.M. %1 (OOJ — QO^Qil Ml)— 

Quarrelsome (woman). 

DandeheB Even lor a moment. 

\ Dandotpaia 1. A kind of small fish. 

2, A kind of annual plant. 
QQ\~ 3. M' « ( <?9 + eaiCM6& a )— Q$ft% 

Dandya Q&4; Q§ 0IQ9IQ caw— 

( 9$M — 4 ) Punishable; deserving punishment. 

Dat Db ub ^ See ) 

Blacksmith's sledge-hamtner. 
g. 9 (Qfl ai%+«»l. ©.)" Ql^— Tooth. 

Q0G-GQ. «~a«(OT«i) 

Dat-ta Dhut (See) 

QGHfflft-91. w. q. ( ^GGMI^ ) ( «. ^101 ) — 

Datiala Q|OC«lfg> QIQSllQi Q|OI— 

Q©»», <WtfM 1 „ JQ( . Qa (ironical)Very generous; 

Q§3Q, Q^SIIQa j * very charitable. 

.1. Given away; dedicated. 

j i9i& taS©— i , 

^. Deposited; conferred; bestowed. 

* t Q^^^l — 3 * Offered; dedicated. 
Tg j ^, H Q —4, Left; parted with. •* 

9 (+Q9 ©) — <■ 1 W— 1 - Gi£fc - 

^ 1 aide QQ©^ q©i^c<a^~, 

2. Name of a king of ancient India. 

• 1 cofiMiiOTr waiatwca^ — 

3. A family-title of the Baisyas. 

^ G Qg 4. Name of a son -of sage Atri, 

said to be an incarnation of 'Biflhpu' 


9^3 


( *?*° ) 


Q£[9Q 


5. An adopted son, 

A family title of Bengalee Sudraa and 

.. Kayasthaa, 

'9®q — 3. 9tf (9Q+iiGa. ( 9)—* 1 ^ WIQ^PI— 

Dattaka T 1., Given., 

2, Taken or given in adoption. 

9 — Gai^i^tf — Adopted son. 

q$q o§ qi— e 9— eai^iW gw aa«lq can <i 

Dattaka chandrika q^iQQ £$£> 9 ©gg— Name 
of a Sanscrit compilation on adop^fcipQ 

by Siban*j$a Bhatta or, according to 

:-.- .*= : ;:. -^m^-'- ^■"■ J '-\bi6e, by Kubera. 

■■■'"-" [g— -ggg c«6 09ISL 91^ Off GQI& OT§> I 
^§Q§ 9^ W1©, Q§fi Q$% Q^JQ QM,_^0 
GO??!?, Q§S ©M, <^S S^i^flftQl , WflTO 

Dattakaputra eai€« i«j ©^^1 9o.|?HOI $3Q* 

Adopted, son. 

Dattaka mimamaa §££ig ( <^GQ eai^iftff 99« 

M $1& ; '"Q?IOT8.->— Name of 
a Hindu law-bp^k on^opfcion. 

■q$.©qqi— gq. 5— gwi; qiq $qqi — 

Datta kar&fc To giva; to give away, 

Dattaka homa qp g^g] g^Q 9^ G9I9 ) — 

eai«i49 a9« qot qqsjsgs g^oi Gasj) 

G9!9 J a©qi© QGty — A sacrifice or oblatio n 

performed on the occasion of taking a 

(QQ Q®\$ -W^Q) - ooy in adoption. 

'[o,— qQOQ qsos §4$ aQiQQSQ sagq aQ 

QQ\Q%Q GQ O €5151 G9IQ G>q« ©l^ffl, 9?Sj 6 


sra«8 toenail csa «9 G99€«i 901QSHC© -W 

g«HQiqq^» Cfflf <3 S»Q 69Q GQI«MB 9$<8 ^ 9ICT 
<3§ Q«nQ^L«tS) Q^9 6910 €9IQ a9l-8flq ftlfllsilCO 
g§ Q9\um €3 <J Qm G9IQ?(9IQ flflW O 69Gfi| 

Q^€»H9IQQ — a. §. — aQIft^iQ' 91 qq©ik?Sgm, 

Dittacbyutakshara (4^€Q aiQ flilGQ 6CIIW SSQ 

Qlf 211^ C€ltf<l S9Q G^ glQGQ 

O 93IQGQ 910HQ aa $Q^GK) G9!Q 

9IGQ P!@ )-*-A composition in 

•which a, letter of a word is to be 

delated and another added; in its 

place in order to make out the intended 

meaning. 

tfQo ( = aao) ©ico 9-s^i aqiq^i^q 

^q SQQ €3flO? ©J* ^^ G ^ I ] 

Q€lfl9l»— «• 9«.'( 9§9l§ > Q^+.5»^_sai. V9) — 
DattamanSb ?. I fl€QI031fll— !• Attentive. 

S \ G^faS 9^GQ «§fo©^— 2. With the 
heart bent upon some aim or set purpose. 

DattahSrl Qto$ Qm^ Q^ Q9I0SL 9SWQi^llQ9<l — 
(o®9IQ$1 ^|) One who resumes a completed 

Qfy G@!fl— 3. ?— Q^Q G9W ( GQ« ) 

Dattahoma . Dattaka homa ( 8ee ) 

Datta 1. Given. 

2 Married; lawfully married (woman). 

Q^QQ— «. Q - €1Ql«S5PlQQG€»^ — A kind o£ metrical 

Dattakshara composition in which if a letter be 

added to a word, a different meaning 

is made out. 
£ ^j—^QQ Qgfl 9IQ^9I ClQfllQQGQ «8Q GQI«<I 

€ft«w*aaQ G9iQe« aQH Gcilt<J wv tyt\< iQGag 
G9Q :— 


-QSLqi 


( »5>»v ) 


9Q Q 


s? asaQ ©^fli^^ca ( =3Qiss ) ca'a ij-cq, 
<$9q-9§oiq i^qct ffca i ■]■ ■ ■ ' ' ■ ./' ■ 

Dattatma gjp^ flQIQ : QQ9I Qh^-~ A person 

who has given himself away as a eon 

to atfdther person. 

§>$ — ssqSQEiiaQI'q] — Giving one*s self away 

to another person; yielding to another 

person. 
9§IG$q— ff. Q. ( ^ ^W tMS«S|— »?«■) — 
Dattatreya Bip q©qr' ^J' ( G>iq£{*Qr 2i9«>iQ ) — 

Son of sage Atri ( said to be an. incar-^. 
nation of Bishnu )• 

Datfcapaharl Q^9R ( OTfl ) 

(Q^l^ — taQi^Q) Dattahari ( See ) 

Dattabadhana , t | qGQlGsaiCil — 
(QQ^aM — 1,1) 1* Attentive; mindful. 

9 I aefo©^— 2 With the heart bent upon 
some fixed aim or purpose. 

Datti Gift. 

QG@*q— 3. 9- ( 91 *!$+*$■ 6«q ) — QQ,— 
Datt^ya A nam© of Indra. 

QS^Q—GQ. s~— ao v ( GQ«i ) 

Datteri Dhut ( See ) 

(9GQW1, QCQQ«, QG^QGQ— 8Q<i%a) 

Q9M— gi. 9. ( a. gw )— bito; qaa— 

Datya A demon. 

<3>§fl— -3. M. ( Ql ai^-t-Q®' 6 ©fl. f 9 ) — 
Datrima <. I W ?iq ©«--% 

1, Completed or concluded by gift. 

2. Given; given away. 
Q— G9I3H p 1 — Adopted son* 

Dad (root) To give. , 

Dada(dha) ^ | g|Q gQ — 1, Mamma; mother's 
(qq. qq — «KM^a) breast. 


4) 


> ! 9IQ go** — 2. Mother's milk, * 
« I $§— 2. Milk. 

QQQ33J -91. 9— QQQQQI ( W« ) 

Dadaia Daljidahika ( See ) 

Dadana *. | Q|G; <^Q| — 1 A gift. 

2. Act of giving *& distributing. 

Dadara ^ I $9© Q« — 1- Slightly broken. 

iffr^l ^ I €T%i — 2. Cracked. _,,_ 

{sm— QQQ9I§ I ) - c ,. 

Q©Q — 3. Deranged; out of order, 
-tf i qi$ —4. "Worn; damaged. 

9W a$" <* ^^Q S9IQG© i qawa, QQ9IS i ■ 
^9Q flia— giGQ. («8W) ? — 9£h§G€I<3— 
Dadara machha A sort of fish. 

Dadar'ahaaa ggl — A species of bird frequen- 

■ ting the Chilka lake, 

Dadahatu Dahadahatu ( See ) 

tQaoa^ <J?a99SL— «fiH%o)" 

QQl -GQ. ?. ( «T- ©I©. %». ! 'Q°. 91^1 — Boi )— 

Dada t | (Sg^lQC? 9^9) 9Q ^Q — 1. Elder- 
WI^tI brother (amongst the Kshatriyas). 

<?T^t > i Sl&l; QQI99 —Grandfather. 

( saai - Qia qqi siflflGsj <i Q2ii q^i g kq i ) 

9IW. (€I8I«) <?— 9IQI, §OI— Father. 


Dadei G**?©0| — Father's elder brother, 

(wiq— eiQi%a) giro. <■ I (aoeio) $. (flp qflift^r 

a<iJG€))— 8©l — 1 .Father (among Kshatriyas). 

3 i (Q&iaj 9~ §©l— 2. Father. 

Dadeira(raija 8©l — The late Raja who was the 

father of the present Eaja. 

qq — a.^.(9Qgi ai^^oo Q^9i-HQf q 6>ai«G<?)-* 

Dadra ©|^* <^|qi--Ringworm. 

Dadrughna 99 G^€l^l€l* — Destructive of or 

antidote for ringworm. 


99* 


( *9+* ) 


9*jpr 


9 — Ot$«IQ OQ; Q$Q<$* OQ — Cassia Tora; a 

tree with clustering yellow flowers, often 

used as an antidote for ringworm. 

Qg^— s.9.9!(99^+a© «ca. «)— 99530!; »i^q— 

• Dadruna Suffering from ringworm. 

(993— ro-^a) (99 a] — g|) 

Dadh (root) To give away. 

w— gi. ©. (ffqsw)— 99 (GQ«) 

Dadha Dada (See) 

9ai«— 3°. 9^1. (»iai%— yiQ« ?§9i + 9$. ao)— 

DadhSna qq a|Q$| $£9— Holding; assuming. 
(Qaioi - $1) 

Dadhi * 1 9$: adroaraeQ C119 gqaisS e^ ^df— 

1. Sour milk; butter milk; curdled milk; 

curd. 
[ 9— TO.Qg^Q* 6 €31099% 9« G9IGIS3W I ] 
9 I Cfi^lj 2l9ai— 2. Cheese. 

• I Q^QSTqi — 3. Flakes of curd. 

* I Qq (§. ^Q^ICIQ) — 4. Cloth. 

q». 9<a— S. I aiQtf9$ r (g$99l9)— 1. Holding. 

s 1 caissi qq*— 

2.. Supporting; maintaining - 
Q$J 9§fol— 3 Q . 9. *&~% I €9CM-^ 
DadhiktLrohhika 1. Cheese. 

> \ 93I9§Q a99i <a^fl!Q— 

2. Flakes of curd. 

9fcl ^@ 3<ft -G9. 9— 9§ 49J3Q (G9$) 

Dadhi guxda anna Dahi gurdu bhata. (See) 

Q^Q — V. 9. (951 + 0© al%+99G«). a) — 
Dadhichara 939gW§; GiSj — -Churning rod; 

churner. 

9$JQ — «P. 9. (9* + 9© ai§_+9$. a)— 
Dadhja ^ | 99SI9; €>§«! — 1, Butter, 
(94919— «9«i%a) 5 I GS^I— 2. Cheese. 

Q^G;— 9°. 9. (9*+.$i ai9+9$. »i <w sq% 93 a§ 

Dadhittha <J93QlQ Qq 9191^91%) — GGa «»S 

(9$©|G| ■■■acqq; 6 Efft— Wood-apple tree and 

its fruit; Feronia Elephantum; 

tbe elephant-apple, 

<}%J Qfy® — €9. 9~9§9QQ (GQ«)' 

Dadhi nauti Dahinautj, (See) 


Dadhipushpika g*9 2l0q©OI tffi* 6 fi^Ol — 

White Clitoris flower and creeper; 

CHtoria Terenta 

Qyaa — a°, §. (a s. gq* 9339 aa=§«js)~9§99i- 

Dadhi papa A cake immersed in or seasoned 

(QWQ— aoiqjrt with curd 

9%J €fft — q° §— 9§9; QQSffQ — 

Dadhi phala Wood-apple; Feronia Elephantum. 

3§q oa* aias gq 1 05. qs^^ci i 
9$JQf99— G9- © (3 9W»Q)--939IS9 ( C9« ) 

Dadhibfibana Dadhibamana ( See ) 

Q^QtflO— 3. ©( 9^=GaigglQ^l=9lfl = €lS^-r-ff« 
Dadhibamana Q$tf. eai«3«Q^| 6 93SQ 9S>l€l9> 

W 9*19199 9W; fl. a. CQ) 
1 I ©|— 1. Bishnu. 

•» I <l|Og|ft ^9SQg —2. A species of 

Salagrama stone- 
[ 9—* 9|(K» 39QIS1GQ 9| 9*1 990 QQ^Qf 

Q^j fl§— 3. 9 (9$ 9©; 9^+9^)— 9gQ QQl£j[ o g— 

Dadhiman4a The watery portion of curd; whey r 
Q^^G^IQ— ^.p 1 (9^^+^ 9§9l§)— 9ail9Q (S9«i) 

Dadhimandoda DadhySkara (See) 

9<j VQQ— «. 9^ ( 9$ 9% 9y+9g^ ) — 9g W\§Qh f 

Dadhi manthana 9gq<J| — Churning of curd to 

get butter. 
Q^j file— €9. ©. (oy+q^)— 4.Q 21C90j G9?«§ 909 

Dadhi mSchba gjGQdsGQ 3I-8I — An auspicious 
starting from a place on some mission,. 

eg ma c$gs ©^q i ^q©. cgflonqo i 
[O— aWICWO 9^ 6 S£s 9€?9 €}J5 €1%9 G9l£t 
S§^ ?i9l^ r 9^flia' €19 ^QSIIpiqQQ; £»9I 9Q9I 
^SjC9 9§ 6 Qia G9§ SQQO 9G^ Slitfl q9 
^<J 6 Qldi 5<S> §<3 G9IQ GQGQ ©«l!9 99SJ l] 

Q^qei.-a.©.(Q8Sl8i Qw®. $$ 1* 31919)- v i^gl9q 

Dadbimukha ^q ; 9i©Q9G«l'3- ^a9G;S GWia©" 
^GS'S — 1. Name of a monkey, the father- 
in-law of Sugriba. 

S I <t99ISiq 9lff9— - A tind of ape. 

* I QWSS<SI— 3.;A kind of serpent; 

rame of a mythological Naga. 


©WQ© 


( *£>#* ) 


©©rag(s> 


» I SSllWrQ «W©€* QQilQeii©— 
4. Name of a gardener of Sugriba. 

?§« 009 gq|3 ; e« qc<i 9*a a i 

Q^e^©— ^.©.(©si+s^)— §§n 6-<?§ 0Q%\- f ©© a§s- 

Dadhisaktaba A food consisting of curd mixed 

with flour. 

og gqg— a. ©. (9$ o% <33 + ai<j$)-gsw©S© si© 
Dadhi samudra ggo q^j^ <igog i Q^ajj gqg — 
(<WI€1€*— aQi^a) One of the 7 oceans of the 
Hindu mythology, filled with curd. 

^ SIQ— 3 9.(^1 ©©;Q3 + 3IQ)-R§3lj©©£i© 5 fl«l©-- 
Dadhi sara Butter. 

Qdl©— *. 9. (©19) M* *%+©<§. Q©— q©9G«S; 
Dadhichj gg^ qs>Qr si§QQ Q£? $«>© qq Q g 
(<q«|q — «©i%a) ^9I^Q^L 9l©3tGS* — Name of a 
sage from whose bones Indra's thunder- 
bolt was made to kill 'BrutrSsura. 
[ Q— <| MS* <ffiQ (HQSGQ ©<& Q&BQS QfiW| 

siisjq ««foi© g§<§ _%© i i*< ; trfoiia© ©»Q 

S^WQtf G$«IQ ^ftf^^ tf©9l QGQSHGQ ©g 

ggo €991 ©se$ men wg ©<gs^G9Q3iGR i ] 
Q&il©«$— fc 3. 9 . (f^l ©©; Qal©+ag) — e l ©al© 
DadhTcrhyasthi ^©qp 919 (ag~GQ Q§ ©r© G91Q 
^q) — 1. The bone of sage Dadhi chi. 
j I qq— 2. Thunderbolt. 
* i'Wj ®j— 3- Diamond. 

Qfejft (e, ^J— *-'^«— ©«©; afijfij?; G9gq|— 

Dadhiuk (s, sh) Shameless* impudent. 

Dadhna One of the 14 Jama gods. -\^,\ 

QKQ— 3. 9 fa- 0. GG3; ©*9§ W)— 9§a«|Q- Q§9«>™ 
Dadbyanna Boiled rioe mised with curd. 

Q£dg — e- $ -,9. Q. ®3bQ^.gg« ©Q9IGQ ©i©J© ^S) — 
Dadhyamla <^^Qg Q9)QQI ©S1G«| Q§GQ a©|fl©l 
TO*I <2l$IQg-9S — ^ little sour and fermented 
milk niixed with milk to turn iu into curd; 

Bulgarian milk. 

Q&liQQ — ^. Q (.9$ «Oj QSI+2I)QQ = g!© )~Gfffq$© 
1 Dad'hyakara ©*W5|2 — The mythological' 

ocean of curd* 

Dadbyani Sudarsana tree (See 1 ) 

©jjhqq— e. 9 («m+q§©)— * I ©ai©© (GQ«0 

Dadhyuttara-' 1. Dadhya~kara (See). 


? I Q@© S1Q (g, €©SIITO) — 
2; FJake of thick curd. 
QfcJSO— £f. V ( ©§§1§i 9^! + QQ^=9Q 3f?GQ ) — 
Dadhyuda * Q2dl©Q ( GQS >. 

1 Dadhyakara (See). 

Q^1 S (ai§_)— *.— "^V ©i?L©©l~ 
Dan-s (root) 1. To bite. 

? I ffl§9 fl«)QI— 2. To sting. 

Q«l— G^ ( ?. €5Wl )— ^ I QpGR O^Q CO|<3 9|' 

Dana OSJQQI— "1. Leaves made iato a cup; 

C*ftm a cup made by sewing leaves together, 

^T; g'tt > 1 aq5HC*<5T €91© — 2. The female 

(qq — ^JQ^aS?) organ of cattle and other beasts* 

* ! GG>itf©Q aQi^qa r oiq ©ia— . 

iQ©IQ 5 QG©Q— «©sq,a) 3. Name by which a 
person of the Dame of Janarddana is accosted 

familiarly. 

QQt(60)Q Qie — GQ- § ( QW )- QQ\4q <5I9 ( €^« ) 

Dana(ne)i dasa , JaBfirddS;^ dasa (See). 

9©l qg»QI— gi€Q(€!99l0) ©— ao9Gai% 9^» G3$SIS r 

DanS pugluga ^^I^Qi^ g^Q%GQI?)9l 01(3 QQQGQ 

9@lS9l q@| — A packet of small 

fishes, mushroom etc made with 

leaves and put inside hot embers- 
to be taken as curry. 

Danardana "Wrong pronunciation of Janarddana. 

q<£— sr. 9 (©irt— qq ; 9ggs»ia©QGi Gei!f< q^hi d 

Danu Q€iHEiqr^ «OT.fll Qgl, sa.l9WO|^. ^fljaaiSO 
(9 ft _^Q H ^g) ©i^^pjpp^^O^^fthe wives of 

sage Kasyapa ^ho. gave birth to 

demons, 

qi©o Qi ^©© GQiaaw « ] 

gq. 9. («i«?qefo)— ©©|4©Q 9lQ©lfl— 
A name for calling JanSrddana. 

Danuja «i%^. <?l©9; g3©i— The demons. 

(WOl— <l) ( wto© — a©iqa ) 

Q§Ql€j— 2. ©. (^1 ©^ <3©S? + SIQ; a»WI©«f «J— 
Danujari GQ©ai€t* — The Goda ' 

Q©S9§(«)— 3. ©. («1 ®©o ©SP+ Q ^ (** Q )" - 
Danujendra(sa) t | Q|©W fl©l— ► 

1. A king of the demons. 


39 


( ..»£«* \) 


<9§4Q 


-? I q^— 2. Rabaria. 

1,1 I §Q«i9ffclr— 3. Hiranyakasipu. 

<m>9~ s. 9 (9a yi%»Q^ft o.©9i+oq«. o> — , 

Danta £ |Qi£j — 1. Tooth. 

" ? I $8—2. A grove. 

* I GliMST — 3 - Mountain-peak. 

«$. G?eQ<aa©oiu i 
•»• i astasia siM»$9i aaeifli— 

4. Plateau; level land on a mountain 

* I giagGQSi' 3©©SKt- 

5. The side of a mountain. 

9 I 919 9€l flCNIG — 6. Tooth-like peaks. 
p I •^ 3^1—7. The number 32. 

[ g-9i^ swraiQ •' G«Hf 919 ai« I ] 

G9. 9 - Q^IQQ Q*l Q|Q^ <0 Q3— 

One ninth of a cowrie (shell-money). 

<J9©-~ a. 9. (99+$ig& 91 gigeiiica-w)— v i 919— 

Dantaka 1- Tooth. 

P I 91© 919—2. Tusk; ivory. 
■' • -I 99 919—3. Big tooth. 

tt I QlfiJ Oft QlffW-Siq 3tQ^9| ©|8j GI9999; 
QI& — 4, A peg driven into the wall to 

hang articles on, 

*ia^o cw^wiespi ©fiffl aSQ«g 9i 

Qlgv— -5. A sharp tooth-like stone proje- 
cting from a mountain. 

9 I EW9Q €.CT— 6- Mountain-peak. 

1« Having tooth; toothed. 

* t QI^J «?9 9I99§%— 

2. Having tuaks or big teeth. 

0$9@a§>— G9. 9— 919 09«19 I G9« ) 

Danta kaidamarjli Danta kardamardi ( See ) 

Danta karshana QQfl- — A kind of lemon ( very 

sour ). 
Q$ Qi$— 9. 9 fa. »• GQ; 99 SlOffia 9*t9§© Ot$}^ 
Danta-kashtha 9I99|61 : — A twig used as 

tooth-brwsh. 
<i>9 Q9— 3. 9—99 319 (G9<3 ) 

Danta kshata - ' Danta- ghfitat ^Be*) 

<5>9 G^OI— G9- 9— 919 ««!' ( S9-3I ) "'" i,; " "' 

Danta khaidiki DSnfca khunjta< Be© ) 

Q9 «9©l'6«l«9 /' ■■■< i. ; : 

6ffc« «icq oral <5is— $a®. egflanqo 1 


Q9Q<3 — $. 9~ 919 GGl^lQQIj 9l9«?9fl§>— 

Danta gharsha Onastjingor grinding of the teeth* 

<5»9 oofi — or. 9- ^^1 «©■-, Qfij+<a€a)— qi^ <a§9) — 

Danta gharshana Act of cleansing of the teeth. 
<q>9 GI9^G9V'$ - V I 9I9$9I ; 99<<JI^ SAQI© S>$9!— 
Danta ghsta ]. Biting. 

-? I 919)991 91Q— 2. Mark of biting. 

* I qaVw— 3, Snake-bite, 

<3>9€>$cgiO— G9. S. ( aiQqtQ )— 919 93£}GGi gw 
Danta chikitsaka Q|qQ— Dentist; dental surgeon. 

Q9 ©Q»— $°. 9— 99 <aio ( QQ«I ) 

Danta chihna Danta ghata ( See ) 

Dantachchhada *. | ^qq <J<j — 1. The upper lip. 
j I &% < $Q —2. The two lips. 

Dnnta dhabana ®Q ) — t | Q|^JQ|6 — 

1. Tooth pick; tooth brush, 

J ! «QQ «2— 

2, Tlie catechu tree; Mimosa Catechu. 

* 1 QQO «Q— 

3. The Bakula tree; Mimusops Elengi. 

* I ( + ^. «G) ^19 <a39b 91^ QQ'ftlQ 9OTI — 
4. The act of cleansing the teeth. 

Danta pankti ai^. Q$G£l«]— Sow of teeth. 

Danta patra A kind of ear-ring. 

Q$Q$Q-G9. 9. ( 99+a9 + )— 9tQ£p— 

Dantapatraka A flower; Jasminum Pubescens, 

Dantapatrika ♦ 9!©^* — Comb. 

©9'Qrf - €Q. §. (3°. Q9WJ§)— "^»^ (G9« ) 
Dantapati Dantapankti ( See ) 

99 qa^— a. ^—919^ a^^^QG^GWi- goi««b- 

Danta puppu^a Gum-bSil. 

9.9^9'" W- /3.-<9W)t ^ i CAR »C1QGQ 99699$ .9® 
Dantapura ^^iaiQ^cg-^1 CIfcj?of Buddha's tooth. 

,--j I O^CTQ qoaiw— , i v : , > .4/ :: 

2. The capifel of Ka^inga, 


'^qjr 


( *!£** , 


■ograww 


[ 9 - G©§ G©§ 3lOTI§Q Q$% 9S£LQ 6 G©§ 
6©g 9i«l©% 95)0.9 GQI$ ©9§ I flolGQ $9G9W 

9i<$ 9§© G9IQ "qsw ©q -aig&Q 6 $a aipi G9Q- 

^q GQI«* ©1© a&$© §4©3i° G$3 U8$ I 

'Q9qp-~q». 9. (©^©aqj )— ^ i qo&& — 

Dantapushpa 1, Jasminam Pubescens. 

^ I S)£»|£TQ — 2. The clearing nut. 
Q6J.€Tffi)— 3°. 9*— \ I ©%>© £TQ- &9b|&r© — 

Dantaphala 1. A fruit; Stryohnos Potatorum; 

the clearing nut. 
y I ©QSI — -2- The wood apple; Feronia 

Elephantum, 
9^£TGI— q°. 3, q] ( 993I9J 9$aQ era ai9l9j 9$ + 
DantaphaJ,a ffQ + a)— 890— Long pepper. 

999$— a, Q. ( Qiq )— ifqaiaqr QQ— 

Dantabakra A causin of Sisupala. 

[ o— <i ©^,<a G939 qei $$£i3ic? w acs 6 

SqQIOQ q© G^l SjGS* I SH^S ^'SL * ^^ 
S«H ] 
-QGpQ— 3- ©— QIQQfl% 91$ V.»G© 39. ai°3Q 99- 

Dantabalka The gums 

9$ 9Q9 — 3°. 9 — 9$©!% 6q — 
Danta basana Lip. 

*I9I *I9 Q§W SJGQ— Qlff^g. Q9$C£|0 I 

9$ 9^—3°. Q— 95)919 (6931 ) 

Danta bastra Dantabasa ( See ) 

<2>ty 913 — «. $. ($^1 ©©; 9g + 9iq = 2ll$l9©) — 

Danta basa 9SJ$9; 60 —The lips. 

Q^Q»— «. 9- (Q$ol§. 9$+Sl© 5 99 aQ q© 
Dantabija Q19IQ)— ©lOq, Pomegranate. 

9$69<|— G9, 9— QI^OQ; ^l<SJ9©% GQ^© ©Q3©| 
Dantabeshta 0^9 8$— The gums. 

9$ fl§©— 3. 9 — 9$ 9|§© (€9fl) 

Danta majjana Danta roarjjana (See) 

9$ $£>—«, 9. ^<$1 ©9* 9^ + 9©) — 

Danta mala 9ISJQQGQ 4 q$6Q 0^91 2Q8I — 
The tartar of the teeth. 

9$ arq— e- 3— 9$G9«jj (S9<a) 

Dflpta mamsa Dantabeshta (See) 
9$ Si^©— 4. 9 (£$1 ©©; 99+«tfb) , ~'9l$ '<at9l— "' 

Danta marjjaria Act bi cleansing of the teeth. 
■-O^fll^Cfr-* 9. -4— < I 9I^«jJH-^i. A tooth -pick. 

Danta marjjam > 1 9[$GQ©9 §)9a— 2. Dentrifice. 


* I 9IS)9S* Q <s— 3. Tooth brush, 

w 1 95)©l<§ (G9 , a)— 4. Dantakashtha (See) 
^^q© — ff. Q— e 191^99— 

Danta mula The gum's; root oEthe teeth 

* t Ql^ftiTQ GQ€1 ( §. €(fi?g!SlQ )■ — 
2. Paia and swelling of the gums. 

Q$qo1q— g°. 9^i. (9^»+99ica q*j)— 

Dantamtillya- 91^0 gf9iS3*iGQ SJSIQ© (9^)- 

( letters ) Pronounced with the help of 

the root of the teeth; dental (letters). 

[ 9— S>, a, 9, a, G>, 8, «, 3 <9l9^999jOlq 91 

9$i 9^ €91Q&II< I ] 

99 GQ€I9 — a. 9—9!^ 9SS'©Q ©9^ 8© 289 WIQ 

Danta lekhana Q&QI fllQ* 919J0 9fl€©l§ «% 

§Sa3f — A surgical instrument used in 

ancient India for oppening the gums. 

99«-*r- 9-919 6aif)9i s>sg$ 9i99© ggsuS 

Danta sanku ( %fl© ) — Forceps to draw out 

teeth. 
9G>€10 %)— a°-§-(9^ + aO^— GQ9» 0091 + 9^. a)- 
Dantasatha ( ta ) vi QPflQ G^— 1. A kind of 

very sour lemon. 
? I 9§£>— 2, Wood apple; Feronia 

Elephantum. 
* I 9Q5JCTI — 3. Gooseberry; Averrhoea 

Carambola. 

v 1 s>ieiQa*; oiqct — 

4, A small variety of lemon. 

9$ €I9Q- S°. 9.— {0$1 ©©: 99+€l9q)— 

Danta sarkara <|9^fl(G9a) — 1-' Dantamala(See) 

V I 91^ 0GO- 3QQI-Q99I €3I^L W ©I G^Cl- 

9G<a« i% a93iaQ)— 

2, A kind of tooth-disease. 
9$ €!l«l— 9°. 9\ ©l— (95 + 'SW»aOTQ9 )— 9^ 
Danta s5na 9Kj QWQ9I aiQ" 9m9J© 491 — 

A black dentrifice. 
Q9 ^^9°.©.— 9l«59^0l Cqci;9l^ ©GQQ G99I CQQ- 
Danta sala Tooth ache. 

9^e€Jifei© - 9°.odi.(^1 ©©)— aftiaiq 919 g£Ti©qgi<i - 

Dttntasodfiaka ' "' Dentrifice. 

9C|,G€llfci9— tf\ ©. te<|1 9©)— 91^ qsn ,©Q9f— 
Dantagodhaua Cleansing of ..the teeth 

§f - (9,§5[§I^-99G^9 (G9«i)^- : 
Dantasodhaka (See) 


Q$£SI1M 


( m 9+9 ) 


9^199- 


Q^SSII&Ca— 9°. 9. qj.— QQflrffca (G9«) — 

Da nt a sodhani Dantaraarjani (See) 

Q^G«fer— a 9— 9i$ <39€9 9^91 9<%9i^9 S*!$ 

Danta sopha Q^§9— Gum-boil 

9G^--G9 9"*. iC9fo§ G<5 91 9K?*9 Q$i€}tfQ 399QI- 
Dantasphuta 1. Ease or facility in pronounc- 

ing a word or senjaBtteeu 
(301 — 4 GeiQCQ Gfli9 9$&* G99 9l§ 1) 
J I (QMie) S$9iq «9M0I — 

2. (figurative) Legibility; the condition 

of a matter being easily understood; 

intelligibility. 

qq 9«— a. ©— 99«ia (w«) 

Danta harsha Dantasuja (See) 

Danta harshaka A species of lemon. 

9°. 9*3— Wi 3IQC9 91$ S9 SIQSIIO— 

Causing soroness in the teeth when 

eaten. 

9$Wfl—a. $.—<.! 9Q9» (€9€f) 

Da-nta harshana 1. Dantabarshaka (See) 

? I <a$i eiKWi CGi%9i§$9 sn9fl9i— 

2. Soreness in the teeth due to eating a 

very sour thing, 

Q^flQ— ;€r\ W. q." — («^|{ TOjQ^ + ^q) — t I QICJ 9 

Darita hina ''^j^^^'q^'^: Toothless. 

( q^qi— a ) 

SQ9) — 2. Edentata; (animals) having 

no tooth, 
Q$h-iS9. 9tiU (9°. Q^lQ) - m 99 9i$q$ (?ra) — 
Danta 1. elephant) 'Having big and long tusks. 

^IT&; ?pWF! 2. (figurative) Excellent. 

• I 90G© C99IQ QOqg— 

3. Fit to be a leader, 
v 1 QfcQ^g — 4. Strongest. 

* I €t€>*tla5l — 5 Oppressive. 

9 1 aqftMpi; Q98I; 9©$* fl»isio>-- 

6. Strong; powerful; influential, 
(aeil -9QI 98?» 5 9$IC£19; 9$l 9193 I) 

. S> I $9 €©195 q«Q— 

7. Having this gift of the gab. 

9.— * i («r. 9$i9») 99 91$ 991 9I«I— 

1. Anele jfhantvi ifang big tuaki. 


* ra£q 9!®— 

2. A tusker; a male elephant. • 

* 1 :9§flaa9,99fl© -*-&.. Ihe -leading tusker 

in a herd of elephants.. 

[9,— WW S&MfiQ «g*0|^Q9 9l$$S^f 
6 ^99Q£J9 6 Q^n Slij9 9IQ 999© 91 9QQ OTOI 

$4 l] 

v I QQ0©; SS9©; 999 6TOI — 

: 4. The leader of a herd, 

siot- ( w 6 sums ®— 

The leader of s herd of r^onkeys. 
Q^ig-S . 6. ( 9$\ ©% Q^+ag ) — 

Dantagra 9I$9]99 91 q9 — The point of a tooth; 

Q$I€]l©-~ «. 9. ( ««qi ©€; 9$+ 2091© )— 
Dantaghata < | 9$ 913 WII9— 

1. A blow with the tusk, 

> I Qiq^9l— 2. Biting. 

* I Qiq.91 ©9- — 3. Biting mark. 

2IQ*i Q|fl QgSO ) G^ — *- Lemon. 
^19—^°. 9 — ^ I 91^% QlQt S99I ea(9 (8- €199199)' 
Dantaja 1. Maggots attacking the teeth- 

> I 91^ G3!9 9|f9l €9« ( fi. ,€t9«l|«19 )— 
2. A disease of the teeth due to maggots. 

Q$l 9^1- €9- 9<l> (9^909) - 95 9©q (9s§ — ) 
Danta danta A number of strong (persons). 

Q«blQf>— «. a. ( 9Q + 9$+Q ; 9§9l@ ; 9^G9 9^€Q 
Dantadanti §919 9Q $$$ q.9 ?0i $«. €991699, 
9§19§r^— 
v «- I09i9%.99ie9 Sfl9l© 9Q ; 0999% ^'^ 
919^191© ©%Sl9K9ijjS^)-!-l. Striking 
tusks at each other (elephants). 
J I 91^91 9I%§>— 2« Biting each other. 

&> 9-.*j<8$W-?HJ9l »iq.©.fi9IQ 9%q9i,q» — 
A fighting in which both parties bite 

each other.- 
Q^IQS— C9. 9. ( 3. 9§9«8 .)— 9^9$ ( C9« ).j 
Dantabakra Dantabakra (See ) 

Q^IQQ — S°. 9 . (^+ag aa69 983. 99 ^©^69^9 4 
Dantabaja QJ3pQ<§j\ 399 £€IS ^Q -3f!Q ^ $q. * 

^<al9« Jr-9^ 9i%. **$% 9K3— 
A male elephant; a tusker.- 


OQIQO 


( m 9+9 ) 


^£91 


Daatabaii A row of teeth. 

DantSyudha $^jtf <3 «<5] — A boar; a wild hog, 
QGfel§— giCQ- (CI©©!©) Q\ — QO! SQ 9GSQQI $QI- 
Dantari 9QQ^— Acacia Caneseens, Acacia 

Pennata (Haines). 

<3>GM$*Q— 3*. ©. (0$1 TO >; Q$+WQ = «|$)-- 
Dantarbuda Qiggg tfQ— Swelling of the gums; 

gum -boil. 

DantSla QG£JS} — 1. Having teeth or tusks. 

2- Having prominent teeth. 

9. §— QQh sigq QIS1 ( Q. W9IG1Q )— 
A tusker* 

Dantalia Having large teeth or tusks. 

Q^lftOI— ST. 9. Sfl. ( Q^IOl + flCa' S+2II 1— 
Dantalika ^ | fiiQifl — 1* A bridle; reins. 
-> ! OTI^IQ SGflQ — 2- A horse's bit 
q^W»1— «. 9- *1 ( ^9 + ao al^=-^€o 9W»l+9<§. 
DantSli a+%1. $ )— 9$ITOI ( GQ« ) 

Dantalika ( See ) 

q$i efiio— w. e~ ©am qi aq^«i«1 ^9— 

Danta 1ok& A powerful or very influential 

person. 

Qf>Sfl fi«||— Sl€Q. ( «9©|0 ) S>— 99 ^QiQI^^QI 
Dantia musha G85 SI3?£l^ 3<si — A small hilly 
( QI§Sfl 9 9| — 30^9 ) rat having large teeth. 

Q©9I— 3* 9. ti ( QQ + 9 + il. 2» )— QSfl ( GQGi ) 
Dantika Danti ( See ) 

Q®fl|-3. 9. %1 C O^ + ^+^l 3 )— ^1 ( G93 J 
Dantini Danti ( See ) 

Q<^1 -ff. 9«. ( Q^ + Qff ) — 9$Q3%j QfiWg — 
Danti Having teeth; dentate. 

( QSJCfl-^H ) §— t I 9§1— 1. Elephant. 
$°. Q9?l£agl, QSJ9U -> I %J$ ( 9^) TO 9^Q 30 
^geTQI, <Qga?9l 9a§G€19 — 2, A medicinal 

«f^t; ^^; ^sj plant; Baliospermum Ani- 

3prft;If5r; 3$*I llara; Croton Polyandrum. 

TO, q$l [ 9— <I91Q a* 'agiejQ, q^q, 

$<as> e<5t^€i 6 pita; a^$ 906Q ^«t ?»$ ai<3 1 ra 

ersi s<^ 6 99© WGQ «# <£Q gsiQ 1 ] 


Q$Q— 3°. ^. q? ( SQ+as aa GQ QQ )r- 

Danfcura ^ | ^^§£f^j — I. Having tooth; toothed; 




} 


« 


rodent. 

2. Having prominent or big teeth. 
m I Q®Q — 3. Uneven; rough. 

4. Notched; serrated. 

* I QQS1© ( fll© )— 5. Undulating. 
■ 9 1 SJf Q — ^- Curved. 

9 I Q^Si^Q — 7. Having irregular and 

unequal spaces between the different 

parts. 
q — QCj9li<!| gwfl— The rodentia. 

0g€/9— ^°. 9 tfl ( 9^Q Qlfl aiq_+0(g. © ) — 

Danturita ^ | Q|^ QQ Qioqg; ^QQ Ql$ 9Q 

G9IQ?{9I — 1- Toothed; notched. 

* I £i51flj SjQSia — ^. Uneven, 

* I 0400; SiqS ?IQI— 3. Horripilated. 

9© 9»IG9 8QS> C^O- 


Dantodbhaba 


Q09!~ Dentition; teething, 

( Qe^l^fl— aQiqa ) 
969IG-W— «1°. ^ ( ^1 o©i Q^+QG©Q ) - 

Dantodbheda QGQ1QQ [QQQl) — Dantodbhaba(See) 

Q<5=M — 9°. Q til. vOQ + 9) — <C I 9^351,^1^ — 

Dantya !• Dental. 

pronounced with the help of the teeth 

( letters). 

3. Beneficial to the teeth. 

Dantya bariina The dental letters. 

[Q,— ©, a, Q, a, ©, Q 6 SI <Jfll^Q^Q| 991 

Ql<l I] 

Qe^HW— 3. W W^ + i9q) — Q^ 6 6<|G3IGCI QPIQQ 

Dantyaushtha (^) — (letters) Pronounced with 

the help of the teeth and lip; denti-labial, 

[ 5 — a q a 6 w& q (*). <fli©cf" qg^mI^ 

Qg@l— €9. M- (ST- ^Qi^-Qffq (G951) 
Dantharda Danthara (See) 


0S3- 


< *^*r ) 


Qer.Qig 


Q»Q— 6Q. W^ (tf- Q§Q)— <• I Qi© Q% G9IQ3IQ ^Ql; 
Darifchara a$q— 1- Blunted. 

• SXTSHT 2. With serrated blunt edge. 

Dandro Big hole; pit. 

QOq& — 6^. 9— W€1Q (CQfll) 

Dandasuka Dandasuka iSee) 

«%Q9 q^ 9Q Q$Q Ql'Q'SO QQq? 0iS, S3 8® Gg l 

qq$$> ai€i— «. 9— oi«* aia (gqs) 

Dandasuka pasa Nags, pasa (See) 
Dandasuka ad|S> <pS>-«9Qe ai%+a|QI6S 9<j. 

1. Ready to bite repeatedly or furiously. 
•> I §°S; -§3 — 2. Cruel; malignant. 
9— -«. I 99— 1 Serpent. 
? I SI9S1 — 2. Demon. 

<59Qa— 69. a. (a. ^ai^qg qjq^I; oIqiigwd— 

Dapadapa ^ | 9$9Q; aea^ 02fl* QQ g§»© g>Q9| 
*M?*t g9lGQ$ G©£^,Q a9iaq ^9 — 

1. Shining; twinkling; sparkling or 

flashing like fire. 

9&GQ «lQ9iQ 39— 2. Briskly walking 
with resounding footsteps. 

<3WGa— W. 5. 9« — 39 89 G9IQ; SI9 999IW— 
Dapadape Shiningly; lustrously. 

Q€J,Q— G§G9. 9 (3). 9&Q€j)— t > <ai©l eqj §319 9ffc-- 
Daptar 1. Account book. 

(oga— aeiQp) > i gQ9QQ 9934 GR<ai99i 9§- 

f^pr 35?TC 2. Diary; journal. 

* I Q% 9QJI; W«Q Q|Q©aj> — 

3. Office papers; portfolio; records. 
v 1 aas; 9|&|fi^j — 4- Office. 
QCJQQIOI — G9CT. §>. <«) — v j $|6i© g§> Q$9IQ <3Q — 
Daptar-khana 1. Office 

(QgQ«»l— ai9i%a) j 1 widg flipi— 
W^Wfit ^tt^rt 2. Record-room. 

* I QQS^QI— 3. Library; book-room. 

. v 1 gssjoigq 9§ 99isai<j— 

4 f A room where books axe bound. 
QCJQ— C^GQ. 9. («. QffG>$)— ^ 1 mm) eq.519— 


Daptari 


I. An office-keeper. 


(Qgsa — wigs) 3 i-ca aotQ Qiaea^, ei©, e$«i 

Wtfsft ««9 ©fll QCO) 6 9G£}IS?» G96« etfqSWIGG? 

H**K €S31QI<J — 2. Aduftry;a menial servant 

in charge of the stationary of an office. 

m I 63 9@ 6 <sim$\Q 9ICT — 
3. Book-binder. 

Qfli— 69^9. 9 s . (013 9m— 919, as, ^qci)- 

Dapha £ I ai^ — 1- Rule, 

Wl j i 9!Qj 2jq 3 9§ 3 e«a — 
^t 2. Instalment; time; item. 

* I G$<S!Q a^Q^ 9SIG9Q— 

3, Section; paragraph of a writing. 

4. Section of a codo of law. 

* I Wj an — 5. \ crowd; party; gang. 

Qffl GjaiQ— OTCQ. a. an. 9W1Q) (Q®Q.n q®\) — 
Dapha uari <5£TI@l€i ( G^ ) 

(OTi^lQ— ciQi^q) Daphawari ( See ) 

WW0--G9e^. 9. ( a )— ©S^lQfllff^SJ «Mf S^J 

Daphaet wqm 9IG9 ^Q — Miscellaneous receipts 

(Q£T|^$— 'afln^a) of a landlord. 

[ g— ©toq, ^a©Q, Q<a$Q, fla^ai 6 a|_s»SQ 

QeriQeri— gqgq ^. ^. (sn)— 

Dapha dapha t I eiQCj^Qj 9iQ^!Qj ^G*?? 1 a^~ 
QJI^QEfl i 1. Again and again, several 

^Ga^ GST J * times; repeatedly 

^<p|tr*pl ) j 3Q3Q — 2. Every time. 

fffT^TH m ! qa^qa^ ©Q— 3. Separately. 

v I QQ Q» G9IQ— 4, In gangs.; in batches. 

Daphadar U Duffadar; the Head of a company 
WW*; ^<W3fT^ b of cavalry. 

-> I «Q?flfllQQ 99QIQ; Gflfli— 

2. A mate or headman j)f coolies. 

* * QISN Gq"«9IQ^llff^ g@^l§— 3. The Head 

of the village-chaukidars of a union. 
[9,— 3GO*)Q gi^GQ ON GQ«l!<f G©f©Qt^ 

aiag) 6 eeGeqs><i gifl fiq gsiiki qq©j^q qoq 

5<l I 0© QQ9£|^ G©fWI6ifll96f QQGQ ©G« 
9ETIQIQ ©q.g§<3 l] 

4. Head of a gang of Railway coolies. 
QGriQiq—G^GQ.. 9. (Sfl)~9£flQQQ OlA— The post 4 
DaphSdarl or duties of a Daphadar. * 


'9£ri9£N 


( *^*'« ) 


99IQ9f 


■wi Qeri -6969. 9. («)— *. i eefaS 9^9 6a« &«§- 

Dapha rapha 1. Final disposal of any matter. 
WtWl -^ I 6a<3; 3919*— 2. Completion; finish. 

3, Amicable settlement 

"* I S9VI9; 6QQ — 4. Extinction; ruin. 

* i etfiaget; ©idi 9$9igq 2ias©i— 

. Inability; incompetence. 

qgpioti G®Q — 69. 9.—9eriG£i§ (693) — 

Dapharapha sesha Dapha sesha (See) 

oer»i€j— 6969. a. (28) (9©e*a q«i)— e. asoo eiQ- 

Daphawari 1. By many instalments. 

Wt*f¥t -> I £J9 #9 99 —2 . Time after time. 

5<£Htc * i q^ p«a 9ai <?i aQ6§9GQ- 

3. In successive paragraphs. 

-^eri e««-€9. 9. (9©q«)— « 1 w-9is— 

Dapha sesha 1. Euin; annihilation. 

^m?^ > i g^§ Qftis; 6QQ— 

3<ETsfa 2. Extinction; destruction. 

* I €Qfa9 wqQ S96«ra ft 9391. SWig 1 — 

3. End of a thing, 
v I Q# 9Q9I $9Q GQ9 — 4. Utter exhaustion , 

^Gff— 6969. 3. M. (9©Qa) (a)— t 1 <199iQ) aCQ— 
Daphe 1. Once; at a time. 

*re^fa > I ^8GS? a€Q—-. Once upon a time. 

Daba v I 99l€)\ 91915* — I. Forest-fire. 

99IQ8 w «*» — ?9qaa ^ qg csia — 
«ifti&© ota qs» 1 Qis- WQ'aaso.g 1 

^ I qq— 2. Forest. m 

* I 9Q|£I — 3 Burning heat. 

v 1 6QI9I0GI; QW9I9 — 

4. Inflammation; burning sensation. 

WG&— 69. M.— «Wai« SlQSig ^63 QQG99I (69l£IQ 
Dabau 009 ) ; aoci^a; ^Q— (a cart) Having the 
(9639— -QG^O) front side loaded more heavily 

msfls, ^55 than the hind side. 

■qqq— e9. 9 (*. 9fl9)—^ 1 abqr 5 q« — 

Dabaka 1 . Fear; fright; dread. 

■Ogf^F ^^ ^ 1 ^g. 939—2, Alarm. 

( aeii— cat a$69 gqiski 999 q§qq i ) 

* I €IQI— 3. Apprehension. 


QQ9 g£fol-r-G9. 9 ( a. 99991 )— a©a 6991; SQ 
Dabaka pasiba aQ a© 6991 —Startling; palpita- 
*f3^t ^«RJ5IT tion of heart ( due to sudden 

( 999 Q8a9H-«w%0 ) fear ). , 

999IQ9I— G9. £—99991 ^19 $9$%a— 

Dabakaiba" The causative form oi Dabakiba 

( 99G9Q9I — asw^a ) 
QQTOI— G9' $ — V I 03$ a$Qf— 

Dabakiba 1. To be startled, 

*PTC^ ^Q^Tl p | a%icj)9 6991; €1§99I — 
^apSfRT 2. To shrink back; to draw back. 

TOB— 3. 9 ( ^al^gjQIjJ 9Q9I + 9G9 M_) — 
Dabatbu *. I Q9g99 — 1. Anxiety. 

> I aqjQ^J 99lGai9i -2. Inflammation, . 
sn | Q83I — S- Sorrow; griefj affliction. 
^ I £3€l©ia; gglQ— 4. Burning heat. 
Q9Q9 — G9. 9~ $Q 9999 G99l — 

Dabadaba Palpitation of heart. 

999§ — 69- 9-- ( 69T«3 2J«a69 9Q5?I G^Q 9il§GQ 
Dabadabi g^69 «1^GQ «^9 69^^91%)- 
^^^T ^ <. | AaqOlj 9Q£»i — 1. Cholera. 

9 \ 589^ ^19 — 2. Alarm. 

99Q9G— 3. 9 (?<|1 9®; 99+990) -9IQ!ftfi> — 
Dabadahana Forest fire. 

Q9%— 69. ©. (W t f09Q^l)-99t4 (S1I9I 9999 9IS»)- 
Dabalu A kind of big drum, 

991— 91. 3 ( tf. 91 ^=»G99I ^£J9 92H ^a ; ^», 
Daba 991 — G99I )— G99I; 919 9Q9J— To give. 

OTOTl e9G9. 9 (a) 99IQ ( 69-3 ) — 

^IT Dabai ( See ) 

99IQ— 6^69. 9 (a. 991)— a«a— 

Dabai Medicine. 

(969ft— a©i%.a) 
99IQ«I9I— 69G9. 9 (a- 99WI9I)— 9<aa|fflq — 

Dabaikhaua Dispensary. 

(969Q«1i9|— afls%a) 

Q9IQ9I— 69.^(3. 95iai^)—VI9f^9l ^Qfio^qej - 
Dabaiba 1. The causative form of 'Dabioa*. 

(969Q9I — 2l9i%a) v»«o «»*^ ^»^c«i flaj*i»wj ■ 


991c- 


( m 99* ) 


9WC* 1 


y I 91991 <C9«)— Dakib* (See) 

99IQ — e. 9 (99+ga ) — 919190 — 

Dabagni Forest fire. 

*9§9i— to. -^ (st. 99 ai^)— * ! 9QSL99fl9i — 

DabibS 1. To set down. 

*&& * I a$ISW 699! — 2, To shrink 

3. To desist; to draw back; to retreat. 

* I Q£|€Q €^6991 — 

4. To be silent through fear, 

* I 93 6991 — 5, To diminish. 

QQ% - 3.93- 1° (<$9 + BSUCa Ql)-1 1 a©tQ $Q9$h 
Dabishtha 1. Very distant. 

^ loqao— 2 Removed; gone. 

QOiqio-sf. 94. g? (^Q+«oiea oqs)— qq$ (C9«) 

Dabiyan Dabishtha (See) 

(9«qa1— %1) 
9G9Q Q©9I— 69. -9 — V I 6QI9IQ €$91 — 
Dabei rakhiba I. To conceal. 

5 I OQIW Q99I— 2. To keep pressed; to 

suppress. 

* 1 €M§>9 QQ Qqj9l — 3. To keep under 

...-.,*., constant dread. 

Dabhra * | ty® — 1 Weak; thin 

j I ?11$— 2. A. little; few; small. 
9 — 9919 — The sea. 
Qfl (a!%) — S — * I 9I90 QQ9I — 

Dam (root) 1. To rule; to domineer. 

•> \ SSIC99I; 9§G99I — 

2. To punish; to teach a lesson, 

* I 9€l1§9 9Q9I— 3, To>ubjugate., 
v [ Q|<5 6991— 4 To be calm, 

Qfl— 6Q"69. 9. — (si)—* I 0199; gia — 
Dam " 1. Life. 

(C999— 9QSI9) 5 | ©«i|g — 2. Breath. 
*TC v J 9*19 6ft9l QIQ* 9313 — ' . 
^*T * 3. Respite for breathing; breathing space. 

* I 9«>; GSM®— 4-iStrength.* 

* I 9313—5. Rest;>eapite. 


£ I SI9S1 €19-6. Vitality. 

9 I CTQGTO; TOSQ — 7- Leisure. 

8. Time of taking in a draft of smoket 
ti » 2DG9CI; 99! — 9. Paroxysm. 
*° I *SQ @*ira — 10. Quick breathing; panting. 
<A 1 9i§)Q 9$ 91 QCII3-— 

11. The spring of a carriage, 

KJ I q£o\; ®IQ 91 %9l a?Q a^aia^ QS a 1"" 

12. A spring. 

«« I 9<&IQ f^ eqi ?' G£?s>l e9 '9L ^^ «^W9 
gg — 13 # The condition o£ a spring of a 

clock being wound up, which makes 

the clock goon. 

i* 1 aQsasq 6SIG9 '99 6$aia?i Geiisiajfc 

SIQQ 9Q— 14. A curry of peeled jwhole 
potatoes boiled with sauce. 
«.*■! SJ9^) — 1^' Moment. 
X9 I g0I9«Wi 9giQ9l — 16, Deception; puting 

off on various pretests, 

K9 1 qaiaai 91 g9i9sfli$i$i asasi 93091 — 

17. Causing a person to wait by giving 

him false hopes. 

69. 9. ($°. 951) 209^19 ©rf^q^L ®S^ 9 9619! — 
Self control, self restraint j 

3169 ( $WMS ) 9~9q. ( 69G ) 

Dambha ( See ) t 

Qfl a^©|-*G9. 9— ^»l96^|a — Suffocation; breathless - 

Dam ataka ness. 

Qfl s «0l(6Q)Q9l— C9. $~ 9fl Q^9I (C9«) 

Dam ataka(ke)iba a Dam rakhiba (See) 

9fl 3*991— 69. -8 1 — Q90 Sl$991 6^1^ OT!?l qiQ 9 
Dam atakiba eilQQI — To feel difficulty in breath- 
(993*9691 — »9**^Q) ing; to have one's breath 
if^j^Ft J ^ s N?C^rt N ®3T restrained; to be 

rf-M^idT suffocated* 

9A9Q- €9,-9— ^I9»9iq 99 BB9^ aifl t& ^p^.% 
Damkala ^0|Q9j€) 53^—1 Pumping machine; 

(q^QQ — aQHQp) water pump ( by which water 
5f5[^f is pumped upon vacnunfprinciple). 

^*r^3 > 1 sja «oo^_aia qoiq 6ai§) 91^391 qsq / 

^>«^iq 9iS Q9IQ ©tf a^Q9l 9S> — 

2. Fire— engine^ 


i^W 


*99t ) 


<w cwr 


QOQQ QflKGCftQQI— G9. £- G9fa8 BftiggJ 91 9^% 
Dam-kala basa(se)iba $Q QOI39I W$ '9\Q£ ? 
TOW4»fft fl^glS© 9^91— To set up a pumping 
3H«9 S^RPCHT nachine. 

Qqoi -G9G9. © (eri. 9fllQi«aQQ9 gyq, flGW,) — 

Duni-ka V | ^9QI; q»fl^£ G9IQ 9^il;^9l3 — 

5fWl 1. Raining cats and dogs; a very 

^flf^jT heavy shower of rain; a torrential 

shower of rain. 

98'; GQI9; aflS-2. Paroxysm; a 
violent fit; a gust; blast- 
* I 3IQQGQQ.; S9S> 819- QIGHI- 

3. A squall; gust of wind; cyclone. 
vl9%l; QGKao OTWj a^a— 4. Violent 
gasping; threos of breathing; panting. 
^1 — ^ I ^gi. a©«i§ QqiQ9 — 1. Paroxysmal; 

torrential; very violent. 

(saai— wqi 49) 
j 1 53191 &© qp w v «Q%. SjereWW; 

a© QTOI— 2. Cau^g. violent palpita- 
tion of the heart, 

QflfiBCWI— G^^—^S9^3 Q9 . ^'^ ^S? 
Dam khaibs €991; ©SG99j £sj$9 €991- 

^ ^fe*1 ^JflaRT To be taken aback; 

to become silent. 

QflQQ— €969. 9 (EH)— Sl«SI 3 W«ty Q# Q 1$ Q 
Dam gadi €«IOl ®IQ$ ^JJ^Q— Spring cushion; 


Dam chhutijiba 

9«T S$9l 
9fl v S999l 
QsT §f 91' 


< 


■ a9«iqa 


spring mattress. 

i £09^ €9gi 3 a€&<u4l 

€9IQfl9l; ««%<? 99gl 
«3f9lj <WS^a G99I— 
1. Becoming breathless; 


j i aasa Gaiq, «Q«Q 
G*I3 Ql$9l; 9l$frG99l— 

Panting; being out of 
breath - 

« I $413 W G9IQ a€l99l — 3 - D y in g by 

suffocation. 

<?« siftoi-rGQ/S— <rc?i ewe© 98^ w© 9I J* 1 " 

DamtSmba cat W^TOl-'^ iniiale a large 
quantity of air or smoke' at one pull or 

draught. 

<5>p q>a— G9 (iQic9Q«)a — (a.gaajq^a© 9$9i)— 

Dam dam t » $Q hfyhty; SQ Q999 ; SR aflc 
afl^ — 1 Violent palpitation of the heart. 


[§ — 9999 ssasi 89*9 aw G^IQGQ flQ9 <& 
a9#9 "aeaai 9?9S a$9®Q G&IQGQ 3TO a€fc] 
J I GQiG* Qlfil 91 9@QQ €10; $9, $fl — 
2. Sound of drums or of gun-firing, 

©ft Qfc'9 Qfl^ Qfl v . 9i?l^ Si^q 93 9QQ, 
sio $C<S> CtB v €K^ I OQ ' 

• I 9«i 91 affBWa© crao 9i ^Qi $>ck ^ 

^Q^i — 3. Strutting with thumping steps. 

Q__(Qig) QQ9©| ©Q$g GOif<l S9 G]t9— 

Name of a small village near Calcutta; 

Dumdum. 
[9— <g §SOGQ «9<geflfliQQ 91 $9 6 GQIOI BqsiQ 
QIQaiQI 2Jg 6 €39*iCIIGO. (3fli€99 §«£j '] 
9«— 9qOjf 0;^P5 ( SQ )— Trembling; pal- 
pitating through fear (said of the Lesrt.) 
Qfl Qfll— G^GQ. 9 (arD— W<e99 ggi 9Q9I QGQa^GQ 
Dam-dama ggoqifQ^Q— -A mound of earth 
intended to be used as a target for 

target^practice. 

9^1- S3I91 SQ Qfl;9tfJ5?q<I; v^ty <%& Q^^* — 
Causing throbbings of the heart; very 

frightening. 
€9. 9 — 9^95^ (€9«l) 
Damdam (See) 

SIG9. («»©) 9— 0IQ5IQ 0^1 919Q OQ9I QP — 
Hroad bracelet with diamond-cut work. 

9IG9 (Qfl«99) 5 ~ ^ * OWI^i 3199—1- Steps. 
-> I ©€lSi 9§>— 2. Ladder. 
QflQfll qa-GQ. 9 ( Q°. QCI9CU ?€g^)— 9®OQ 
Dam-damS guli <QgQ|Q qfl— Dumdum ballet. 

[Q— <9I €9f«8»«il» Sg C&1GQ aSciG^ ©@Q 
'JQh^QGQ S9GQQ G9IQ 9glCl© ^ I ] 
Q^QIfl—QQ. $. §«- 9«|9« (€9®) 

Dam-dam Damadam (See). 

Qfl Qq€ll-G9G9.9 (Ol)— QfiJIQQI; S»^l; Q&I «ai GQCi 
Dam dilasa %|09I — Putting off on false hopes; 
iraffatfl; ^Rf^^WT deception. 

9flQ^QI GQ6>1 — G9. § — 9$9iQ §W\ ai€ll G9Q 
Dam-dil5s5 deba Q^iQOI — To put off a person 

repeatedly on false hopes. 

Qfl ^991— G9. ^ — V 1 gora«io^ QQIQ^I — 

Dam deba 1, To wheedle; to put off; to deceive, 

wrest j i 8eni «ai G9Q acaai 9qQ9t- 

^m 2. To cause a person to wait by giving 

him false hopes. 

t^9 


w ao©i 


( *99) ) 


QS©$ 


3. To wind up the spring of a clock or 

watch. 
<?fl v bi€«©l-GQ. *$-QG.©39i (GQ$) 
, Dam dhariba Dam rakhiba (See) 

Q0 6©9I - GQ. §- 1 I fl«Ug GQQi- 

Dam neba 1, To take breath. 

W5pre!T( I I 9fll9©€l9l — 2. To take rest. 

5*&*T «i | Oft t|g|9l ( GQ3 ) 

3. Dam taniba ( See ) 

Dam phatijiba 1. Being suffocated. 

sfwftt ; i a® miflQii ©Ga<a aa^ catf wSq« 

^I^OTT £l©£jq Q39I — 2. To have one's lunge 
buret owing to excessive labour., 

" p 'OTQ flaBOl— 3. To die gasping ( through 

overwork ). 
Q0 v ©l©— G9G©. 9tf {€Tl)— V I ©$j €9 Qifijha— 

Dam-baj 1. Wheedling. 

9 1 3©l©©j ©TO> O© — 2 Deceiving. 

QGQIGi— G9GQ. f Ifflr^ 19^9% G©lS9l«n$ Q© 

Dam-baji w©Q Of^l 9161—1 ^ firework which 

C^1*n lOTT^f) 1 produces a booming sound; bomb. 

r q — <qi«9isn acasi 9a9i«a© 6 ©spisn actual 

G©IS9IGflQ 3© G©£f I J 

J I Q»|^ ©QIQ9I; ©g©|-2* Deception. 

Qfl QI9l€j9©l— C9: 9--9fl % if S©* IGW 

Dam bahari]iba Dam chhuti jiba (See) 

(9^9l9IQ9l-*TOi%a) 

Qfl flIQQI — 69. 4? — 1 I 9%«»a QQflfl ©991 9G© e<U9 

Dam mariba fll€i9KJ[ 9flW G©9l — 1 ■ T° rest * or 

TOXfal ^TOTOIT breath after a stretch of hard 

work; to take respite, 

J I Qq.6©9l — 

. 2, To take rest for refreshment,, 

* t S>*Ufl 91Q9I — 3. To breathe. 

* I ©S_ ilflQI (G©3)— 4 Dam taniba ( See ) 
<3>G Q®©l-G©. $— ^ I Gtffel9 $S$> ©lA ©891$. . 

Dam rakhiba 1 2i3©sei «uqeqa ©Q §9©i — 

«t5^N1 1 • To restrain or control one's breath 

3*1 TO33T while doing some hard work. 

* [ ©— .^ © Q$L G©fe)3 939 9I& ©GQ *<» 

qq^GC* Q3 4WW 6 a©§i Cl<§ G©IG QG^ I 9G 

Q^©(&Q© ClSeQ ttf9<& 693 9Q 31© $<£ 

091 BU398* I ] 


..>,!<©! 9HG© Gil© 6916*91 G9CG> »«S1 
©fliW^L ©a£© ©§91— 
2. To control one's breath while singing 
a song at one stretch. 

Qg v G$Gll(6€l)Q€>l— G9. ■?— 93 % SlS|9| ( G9S ) 
Dam laga(ge)iba Dam taniba ( See ) 

Qfl -«.©.( Q9 v ai$+qG9. si )— 
Dama e. j Q9© — 1. Checking, 

2 I €113©- 9§ — 2- Punishment. 

«* I 9€l1©Q^l — 3* Bringing under control or 
subjection; subjugation* 
v I £9!©©QS)-~4- Controlling; subduing. 
"*- I 6?&y|€W— 6, Patience; forbearance. 
^IG^SW— 6. Controlling one's pas- 
sions; subjugation of one's appetites 

and feelings. 

5> 1 Q^&QQ; flQ SJQCQ SJ§1©|© aieiQ; ^>QlQQ 
- QIM ?IG^ TO© §Q©I— -7. Self control, 

self command; self restraint, 
r 1 ©Q £ 9j ©I^SJ— 8, Clay; mud. 

« 1 (©19) w4 g©^r GS^l lfj«?9qg[l9 «i©i— 

9. The eldest son of the King of Bidarbha 

and brother of Damayanti. 
« I (©19) ©c,9€ilq S^iffQr §©l G©Qg©; 

<5)flgQl<g— 9. Father of Sisupala. 

Qfl©— e. 9 *• Of. ( Q9^ ai^+9(S. 3© ) — 

Damaka Qq©©!^ €113© — Controlling; restraining; 
(^9©l— tf) subduing, 

9 1 — €llTO©Sl''-A ruler. 

fll€9. tQ9©l«) 9 69«l— Sg©lfi (9^l)- 

Pouring (rain)^ downpour. 
GQ, 9. (3. ©ag>l©)— v I ©9©— 1. Startling, 
a^ffiQ <p^,9ig1 ®Qeq oa» i qai&iei. cwta^tQ 1 
*R^ 3 \ SQ Q9 Q9 G99I — 2. Heart-throbbing. 
^HJ m 1 <JO|©^€jag© <g© — 3. Sudden fright. 
G9"G©. 9- ( ffl. W^^W )-©9©| ; 9S| — 

Paroxysm; fit; gust, 
9 «— 901© G9«9I© ; 9Siqg— Paroxysmal. 
Qq^Q_GQ, ©"a— Ga ©«©!<> SI© Q«S'^* — 
Damakara Frightening; terrifying. 


«?TOf 


( «W* ) 


QSW 


QGQI (GOilQ)— GQ. 9« 6 Q-OOQI QSNQ ( GQ« ) 
Dauaaka (etc) Dam-ka etc. ( Sets ) 

Damakani Dumukani ( See ) 

Damakiba QgflQI — 1- To suddenly stop in the 

(QCISflQI— acwqp) midst of work. 

W<P1t^*1 9 | ©fl$ a§)^| — 2. To be startled. 
.^pTOfT * | (SQ) 9393 €99i— 3 To throb; to 

palpitate (said of the heart). 

Qq %%?J* e9 * £*— OTtfWS ai9i9Sios §aGQ QSW 
Dam a kmuidu e$$ $ s 9 G£I<S — Gardenia Lati- 

folia (Haines). 
[ <E — Sn,filQ.Q aM€$ <9IQ 9iO% ai@flT 6 

er^BB ©sflft §<3 <jv <9IQ era qjM<i i ] 
■Qfl 6QI«— 3. 9 . (Pl«)— G€>$69SQ g©i ffgntf? 8oi- 
Dama ghosha Name of .the father of Sieupala, 

king of Chedi, 

Damaghosha nandana Sisuipala, 

(QflCQ^o, Qflearaw, wgqwp— siQ^a) 
■w ^Jl(a)— cq. $ — <K?gs>iQ q_9R ©$„ a|Q ©go 

Dama chulaUi) SJ9i<3 G>l£k ai< 6 3§ ©G» QQI 

A kind of iron oven. 

wot — e<?. ^ - qcj>9 (w«> 

Damadama Dam-dam (See) 

94 qfl«Q CQ^tf Qfl|pg 

qwai—gq. $*-*> I (<?3a»).qpi ©IQGQ ©5fe $|©gq 

Damadama QCIIQQIQ S1Q<5IQ. ©§— A bracelet 
^Wl made of woven silver wire. 

3*S*T ' I (Wi»9Q«) 6W«— 2. Bomb. 

A high mound of earth. 

* 1 (on- q$ sscjgq QgiGQ ai§ ©i q^ 

?Q© QQ €J§ QgiaiQG? «i& ?fi^|QGQ Qfilft 

Q&9I ^iqpqasi MI9Q1 — A ridge made 

by piling up gunny bags filled with 

earth and sand during a fighting. 


Damadgr 1. Strong. 

WtT* ? 1 ae*%L9 WffiSg elfy— 

^TT^F: -2. Having a great vitality. 

Ddmana 1. Restraint; check. 

> I aqQ^ a8% <KftWWi — 

;J. Bringing under control; subjugation. 

3, Subduing; defeating; vanquishing* 

v 1 qi^sj @g9— 

4, Bestraining one's passions. 

5. Self control; self restraint. 
9 I (Olfl) fi6ffQ q§— 6. Name of a sage. 
[ 5—091^ nfflSQ <W0 0^933 ^ ^JSIGTO 

491901% aq^ff 11 9^1^^ «oa^iR OQ^i%Ga 

7- Son of king Bhimasena; brother of 

Daznayanti. 

r i qjQ__8, Hero; valiant person. 

e I QM| filQ— 9. Da-ana plant; 

Artemisa Indica, 
^o 1 <M — 10, Punishment 

?<: I tfSIGWj ifo (g. CiQ^ISIQ) — 11. Siba. 

<.-> 1 QgQQGQ'S — 1^. Name of a demon. 

^ m I %Q (9. Q^SIIGIQ) — l a - A kind of flower. 

QqGQ_3. ^,. (QqQ-i-^. 9) -^ 1 QMl qja— 

Damanaka 1. Artemisa Indioa. 

2 Name of a Sanskrit metre. 
* 1 ^sg^G€l«— 3* Name of a demon. 

GQ. 9- ( a1©v ac^iew )— a^^— 

A non-Hindu. 
Damanaka chaturddasi 91^ ewa 6 $crq» 

(V9ffQ«l 0%<$a1— «9i^i) wifl^KW ©«T% aw 

qye <1Q9^— The 14tn day of the bright 

fortnight of Ch^tra. 


9991 


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9SlT 


Damani Agni damani ( See ) 

Qaaq— a. $« ( 9a v ai^+93. asq ) — «. I 939 qq- 

Daraanlya qiq gg|Q«i — 1. Fit to be subdued or 

checked. 
? I SIIM^j — 2. Tameable. 

* I WI^L 9€ll$9 9Q SIQQIGQ— 

3. Capable of being brought under control. 

Q0$1— €i. (giolsws) 9. « ( «r. Qsqgl )— w$0-, 

DamantI OQqeiQ Q?1 — Damayanti; wife of 

^gWgft king Nala. 

cWQ'fcMi <w &ia $ oflgil— gi®i. goto, ssgqoi i 
Qfl9IQ — G§€9. 9*3 (Si)— * I €2 £T«a &TO QG9— 
Damabfij 1. Inveigling, 

«m<IW ? i ©agf 9*^ goiQdi.QW; aei9i©— 
$TOOf 2, Deceitful; fraudulent; wheedling, 

QC|Q|$— £Q. 9 ( fcptQOIQl )— 9991% G9IQ 9TOIQI 
Damabaji <19i39l9 9I<S; 9^158 — Bomb, 

G9G9. ©— ET^Qejft— Inveigling. 

wiqgfl— «r. §• $1 ( ^ y '^L ^ Q ^ ai§=6M Tom 

DanaayantI 9Q9I + 9<$9IGGh as+%1. ftj^l WW 

agl; Sqqqo qpGSQQ' TOii— l Th e 

queen of king Nala. 

2. A kind of fevering shrub, 

Q«q$|— «. 9^1- 1° (Qfl^ai^a© 99 al^+Q® 6 . ®i 

DamayitS *fl|. <9 ) — * I 6S 939 QQ0IGQ— 

{93q §)1— $) * Capable of controlling or 

* restraining. 

J I SI39— 2. Ruling, 

* I 9fJ9M — 3- Punishing, 

QPil~-G9G9. 9 ♦ ( 91. 99I9 = Q^EIQ WW ) — 
Dama V I 891-1. Panting; hiccup. 

-> I <WGQ« — 2. Asthma. 

*> I 99ij 2DG9Q — 

3 A fit or paroxysm; a convulsion. 

* I Qfll tfiet-4 A coughing by fits; whooping 

cough. 

* 1 9$IS$JG9«) — s - Damalu (See). 

Q3I qiQt-G9. 9 ( en. Qfli^ at. 9o«*i9 + *. 9ia)— 

Dama" kasa * ^ I <3$gviQ 919, GQQ q€Q Sfl£[ 

^It^tft; ^jf^rfl" SS£jC9 OI«IQ 98* QGO 6 GQjQl 

^ T piSqiS Gqsqewq 69IQ9M— 


1. Convulsionary cough ;whooping cough; 

> \ ^.ISGQSl — 2. Asthma. 

OTIQfl — TO. §» 93 ( WPQ.Qfl )— t I ^913* 

Damadam afliaflj 99 919 5 caitlQ §3G9 G«M*r4 

pwfa ^9 919^ TOiOj gjaqTaei 9ai9is> 9§9i a$— 

^{^44 1. With repeated thumping sounds 

(said of fist blows when dealt in quick 

succession). 

* I Qa^T*13Q — 2. In quick succession, 
(sal— q$ess>GQ 6©ia qjsi eflQ QsiiQ9i % e^fiKai i) 

Qflifli-e3«9. § ( eri. 9^19, )— 

Oaraama 9?)% ( G9® ) 

Damalu ( See ) m 

Qfllfi^— TO. 9. [ffl- Qfllfll^ ^SMI^lOlQ ST. 9^" 

Damalu (» OS9^)i «HI 9q. QGTOaQOQdl ©51,1 

991- 9^191; ?_^ QhQ£] e. 99- 95;9l6 9tl 391^] 

991^3 9910 J ^ <39Q9I9 99 QIQ^ — 

*fft1; 5fN|sr|, «t^1; ^TTOT A kind of big kettle-drum, 

[9— 39! 9IOQ QI5J ^Q 9iQ 9*IS 5Sq 99 9I§GQ 

Q8IQ 9|9*i 1 <9I9 19GQ Q^QI 9*1 G91Q Q^9I9 

9?GQ €^9«i G9IMIQ ai< ; <&\q_ ^Q «§ 9IO£9 

©G^l flWi ^Q 9l©G9§fG«l €!^Q 9^ Qfl €19 ^< l] 

Qfll @!Q— G9. 9 (e- 9i9)— 9£i G9IQ?l^ ^Q? a ?l 9IQ 
Damahara Ql 9^<a^ QQ\8- f ^QI9IQ — 

*r5tefi| A rQpe-like necklace, 

Qfl©— «. ©«. ( Qfl % 4ll^+0^ 9 ) — 

Damita <. I €1|§9 — 1. Controlled; governed. 

> I QQ^9— 2, Chastised; reprimanded, 

* I 9€l1^9— 3. Subjugated. 

v I QQ 99919 Gff«g§i^— 

4. Capable of carrying leads; painstaking^ 

WQ\ - G9. •?■ ( M© 9Q v »|% ) — 

Damiba ^ | aiQ G99l ; a£o G99i — 

(99391 — 1 2IGwqB) 1 To be subdued. 

Wl > l €19 G99I — 2. To cease; to stop. 

^33T e=a «e «a Q§ ^Q, wcq oca eial 9iq 1 

L99l(G9)Q9l - 5i99^t] ffQ ^ l?J - « aw ' 

* I 99 Q9I5 Ck9Q% aH99l— 
3. To sink into; to sink down. 

Qd| — 3, 9. qf. ( Q«+aloiea. Q(|. Qff; ifll. *9 )— 
Dami 1 | ©G9©^ — 1- One who has his pas- 

sions under control. 


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Q^aa^ 1 


J I S&IAV— 2. One who practises self- 
control . 

3. Controlling; checking, 

QGfl— TO. •£. 9tf ($1. $$— 9f«; 9.CT— 
Dame At a stretch. 

Dampati ggQ <§ 91^13© } — 

1. A married couple; husband and wife. 

2. A couple of animals; one male and its 

■ companion female animal 

TO. M— qirfM SJ9G9 9oo~ 

Associated as husband and wife. 

6WIS) QS ^9^ C9IQ Q$Q CGISQ I 

[9 — $T$©SQ <3 £199 999®I9Q£J 9#5!9<t9?©i] 

90© 9G>$— a. 9. ( 9$$ + 9»9$ 9sft-9^* — 

Dampati kalaha ^ | q|o| %\$ q^Q 9S> — 

1. Quarrel between husband and wife. 
9 I 318^33 Qiql 9Q9 — 

2, Short-lived quarrel- 

QH V (*I%)— tt— W 9$9I— 

Dambh (root) To be proud. 

9H - ?. 9. ( 9*l N ai§ + Q9. a )— 

Dambha ^ j <$q. s^QflQ — 1 Pride? arrogance; 

haughtiness. 
> I «8q^S*©f-*~2. Selfishness. 

* J WWJ-3. Hjpacricy. 

v j ©«|©| — 4. Wickedness; wantonness, 

* t €(09|-^5. Deception; fraud; deceit- 

fulness. 
*P I GW^GSI^ — 6. Name of a demon. 

5> I QVt; 9i!9; OWI— 
7. Feigning; guise. 

flW «9i 9^ 96)01 9SCi? fl fl SIGQ I 

9,99 Si. §?fli<3©£ f fl fllft 1 

^^q — 8. Outward show t 
€9. 9~ *t. I q3s3h — 1. Patience. 

J I Q@9iQ S3©| — 2. Fortitude; forbearance, 
"* I 98991 — 3. Hardness. 


-«r I %|dQ0j <59«1 — 4. Firmness; stiffness. • 

* I QlfQC!/^8gt99QQl— 5. Bravado; daring* 
£ I §$£; G99© — 6. Encouragement. 

S> I Gaf%*a> G9»— 7. Vigour; spirit, 
r 1 saQGQ Q $991 91 §Q«Q 9 €991 — 
8. The state of being unshaken in danger. 
TO. 961-—?. I 9©— 1- Firm; stiff; unshaken. 
9 1 $g— 2. Refreshed; recuperated. 

* I Sid- 9Q^Gh- 3. Strong. 

©191 aiasQ $q c$Iqs Ggfla g°giflCQ asQ q^— 

v I al9- GMialft— *• Patient. 
5. High-sounding; loud. 

19^ gclo 1 


Dambhaka 1, Arrogant; proud. 

5 I SW; 9QIQ9— 2. Deceitful. 

«4 9€}QI~ 69. 5— ^ I aS 3 9Q91— 

Dambha kariba 1. To be arrogant^ 

5f^^t f^^M > I 30CQ €9^9 91 «JTW 9I§Q! — 
^*T ^rfll 2. To fortify one's mind with courage. 

( 9?i9i$9i— w^a) • t toiq 9191^ g^asQ 

§>QQ 9Q9I — 
3- To depend or count upon another's help 

Dambha deba 9Q9I — T. To encourage; to infuse 
ir$J CTQ^rl spirit into another. 

f^ffcT ^TT ? I 2jQsq9|«i] C^9I —2. To give assurance 

of safety, help or patronage, 

Dambha dhara Patient; forbearing. 

( Q5i GQffi; ogpia— aQiqq ) 

Qq «/€}QI — TO. 5—1 I S^GQ 3193 91 fftO QI$QI — 
Dambha dhariba 1. To fortify one's mind with 
f^ «R1 courage. 

ffe^Wrf ^»^*rr ^ 1 eSefi a§Qi; g^PQi — 

Qq_ SQS>9i 7 2. To be patient; to wait 

Qq. 9. Wl j* ^ Q4, ^ a patiently: 


QfyWQQ] 


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QCjIQ 


QSJ QIQQI— €9.$ — «Cw 9^0]%9S>, 4IQ3 9! atWWQ 

Dambha paiba g©g q DIQ9I — To be encouraged 

TO *1t^Tl or assured by another; to be patro- 

f^ITrf TWT nised by another; to be supported 

by hopes of help from another. 

■QTOQ— W- W. ' <— €3&9IQea1-One who steals 

Dambhahara away one's patience or courage. 

«*i <aGcr gq 0^93 c\oeo— og. cgnq^t^y 1 

Q^Q— €9. -M. ( 3. 9«=0 ) — ^ I Sl<?20; 3^ — 

Dambhila 1. Stiff; hard. 

wlWi -> I 9§2fl— 2. Strong. 
^*ft * 1 gi^ol— 3 Bold. 

v|Q|s£9 — 4 Arrogant; proud. 

Q^1— «r. 9«. 5L°. ( Qfl+«i^ arfcgrOR: *fli. ^9 ) — 

Dambhl v I QWJ% $^f$— - 
( 9^*31 — §J ) ^L Arrogant; haughty; proud. 

5 I SO; QQ%Q; Qig^ ^ — 
■ *" 2. Fraudulent; deceitful; wicked. 

. * I 9I$£9 — 3. Boastful; blustering 

Q6RIS) - a. 9. ( oq,— av°oiQ+«i ai^=©la 9Q9I4- 
Dambholi $(g. $sj — ^ | 9g; 2f§© — 

1] Than3erbdhv 
■^■,PSB«Wl*--"2- Thunder. 

L Bamya ^ iQQffiS^ QlOT^j SJiSH — 

1. Controllable;*! t to be subdued or checked. 
3. 9 — * I Gas <9^— 1. A young bull. 
J 1 aijq wsg— 2. A bull-calf. 

eofltTi. gal© 1 

* I 9ISJ9 — $• A young bullock; steer. 

Da-y (root) ^ | Q£j| ©qqi — 

2, To be kind or merciful 

* ) 9IQ 9§9I— 3. To tfive. 

v 1 afl<p 9Q9I— 4. To move; to go, 

* I g?3 9Q9I — 5. To accept. 

~~ 9 I §°9l 9Q9I (flG9Qj— 6- To injure. 
9 I QSI QQ9I (@|G9Q)— ?- To protect. 

Dayamana 03 QQ^rctft WOQ C9€jeil<l — 
; V (9^191—$) Piling; sympathising. 


Qqt-S. 9,.$. (Q£^a{$+$9. «+&.«}—■ 

Daya ^ | qQ^8«|9i9Q©l; 2JG9$rf-| — 1. Compassion; 
(Q£j— sjp*(Qa) pity;" commiseration; sympathy . 

? I qai; 9%tfl — 2. Kindness; mercy. 
• I G£9 — 3. Affection; love. 

v I 2M39— 4 Favour; grace, 
€Q. 0. (a'aioqefa)--** I G99t|$ 6 9CJI93 
9139 9**^ 919 9151—1. A nickname 
by which Dtdtyari and Dayanidhi are 
(9^— «^qa«?) called. 

3 1 (a. <w>gij e. Qa1©)—QM q^j asmiQ 

qeflSIQ 9QQ €1411901 - 2. Name of a 

river in the district of Puri branching 

off from the Kuakhai river. 

aaa oo« Qqi e§iogg 1 qai^ia, oq«i i 

giote oifl ^Q§i^aa§^ c^ia 9^/acsi '^V^* 

OOJIGQ f 9^t' OW C9!Q^9IQ G5?§G9§ 99^ I <I8 
OQKJQ€QQa!© q.9Qr 2»SS ^9IQ gl^ S>^Qg1 SJg | 

9Q9Q gai9i2j oiqt 'qi^q' etlfto a^SQ o wrcjl 

^e§ aiSQ fliQ 05^1 gvi^sa ^g^i gs^Q- 1 
QqiOQ-a. $. ("oqi+apQ; ^1 90)— 

Daygkara q^jq gj^Q; g^u^Q^ 

An ocean of pity (so to say). 
$S1— 9*}ltfj— Full of kindness. 
Q^l 9Q— OT. S. 9«— a9fl© 8W; 9^ig9l€t a^9— 
Daja kari Kindlj; as a matter of grace. 

9^1 9€!9I— G9. £— t I ?i9g9 9Q9I — 
Daya kariba 1, To show fa roar. 

W*te?l1 J» I ^9ig© 9fi^|9 r €991 — 

^1*-c«iT 2. To take pity upon another. 

Q^l QlQfilM— e. 9. ("^. 9^1+9|g^ )— «0g« <$ 
D&ya dakshinya g€»9^ — Favour and gentle- 
manly behaviour. 
Q%l%ie-C9. 9-6921 Q9; Q«€l<»f Si9^ 3^. 
Daya dasa 's9^gi€IQ Ql©|^ qq^q, (g^ giol9 
QgQ) — Author of Ananta-sSgaraglta; 

^an Oria poet. 


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■oqi^— a. $.— (a. a- G3 ; 931+9$)— ^^9%. 

Daya dtushti £Ofa§ Q«ig g« Oq^ai 9! 2IQg$>a$ 
g9 — Kind consideration shown to 
a person; favourable look 

^qi a3- a. p. wqi %a afl. %a$)~-* i ^%a s»— 

Daya dharma 1- The quality of kindness- 

9 I QSJI- 2. Kindness. 

2. Pity and piety 

Daya dharama 1. Liberality. 

m\ WR ; jQig— 2. Gift. 

3. Daya dharma (See) 

Daya-nidhana aiaiQj OqW»Si€)j a© <$qj£ilG> Ql^— 
An abode of pity; a very kind person. 
§31. — Q^iqq— Full of kindness. 

Dayanidhi <^9S (€9«)-dP*J Skara ( See ) 

A name given to males. 

Qqi -q^qi— giGQ. (a«i«0 5.— QqiS r goti— 

Daya pardiba To ,ba moved with pity; to be 

moved to compassion. 

Daya paiba To favour; to be moved with pity; 

T t si ^r i to snow p%* 

gi©1 goto, aalcsfli i 

Daya patra .GaiGt— Deserving pity. 

^.--aaHOiq^qi aiQQiQ Q$%$, ^ H ^ — 

An object of pity or compassion. 

Dayabanta (Q£JiQ$1— il) . Dayaban (See) 

Daya basiba ©$<?!— Being moved to compassion. 
' TOl «rW (S321I — CTI 99§ GQ§ ©IQr «GQ Q£|l 99 Q|§ I) 

Day5 bahiba To take pity; to be moved. 


^TT*5*3fT 


gaiffia. e^fl s c $iQ 


DaySban Q^tfllfl^ .qaiqg— Kind 

(Qqi9«l— ^)' (9qs9S5l— 6) - 
<5>q! $]Q— a. e.— (Qqi $«qsQ «q aai© gs<$ 91 ai9ei$ , 

Daya btr a 5>fl1 9g)— G9&" 9i§ aQ gQ 9£|| 
SQSWIG^^^W; GQ^Q^aQQ^Ifl 

QQ OIGQ— One "who is ready to sacrifice 
his life to'shchypity to' others. 

aQG9» CT€0 00 QIQ QIO I Q31&I8. OftW |. 

Daya bhajana ^s^| a|Q9R Gaiflw— 

Deserving pity. 
Qqiflq-S.Qdl. q?. (QSji +^S, ai9IOjGQ <!§ «iaGQ fl^) — 
Dayamaya oq^lflsj; ^Qiqg— 
(QQIflql— ^1) Very kind; full of kindness. 

3, §. — aQ€fl«lQi Q^I^ISIQ ^SlPl 1 ?— 

God, the Merciful. 

Daya mays Q^l 6 fil^jl; Qqi 6 3G©I — 
Wf^Tl Kindness and a feeling of attachment. 
W1HWT [ 2— Qqi— 00010" q9Iff§©; ^!^l— 

»<siQ ^ q^aioT QQaio 9910^95 9qi ©rfo 
©g fll^l eflQQ i 9qi, €Q9, Gg«, ^ai oaia ^©^1^ 
fliqi, flcioi <kiio aiQ[ 9 i ] 

DaySratna A Buddhistic religious writing 

(Howells)*-' 

Dayardra Q^i^iq QQI^Oj 9^1% — 

(Qsp'l - Oil) (Q^^Qi — Q) Melted with or 

saturated with kindness. 

Dayala Daiala (See) 

^TI9| M - Qqi^ ( G9« ) 

%mm Dayalu ( See ) 

Dayalu ^ 1 01^9. 9^191* — 1. Kind; merciful. 
(<?^^©1 — ^i) * I Gf?9|tf— 2- Affectionate. 

3. Compassionate; sympathetic. 


oaiaai 


( *««r > 


Q^eaiaw 


v i gcg$9lQ| — 4. Showing favour. 
* \ SffQS— 5. Favourable. 


A kind of bird; Daiala (See) 
9i<3» qa> fitifli v s& Qsiqa, 

Davattjg Pitiless like stone. 

Dayasila $QP©8 Q^K>— JOnd by nature. 
(Q£jlSlQI-%1) (Q£|l«1O0l — m 

Qqi giQQr-a. %a. (^«p+^Q; 9%\ oo i ai9i ?oqeQ 

Daya sagara T3$Qaa asflq Q^ B|<i)— aQi$ 9qi$-- 

. ^-Yery very kind (literally ocean of 

kindness.) 

9qi3©—tf. 3tf. (9^i + ?l«; £><# ««J— ^qiSIQQ <G9«) 
DaySsindbii ;•' DayS sagara (See) 

Qq©— 3. toi. «. (^ ^Sjr"^ qq^+q^. ©)— 

Dayite *. I g*flj €«9Qip— !• Dear; beloved. 
(Qqoi_tt]) 5 | q^ — 2. Beautiful; charming, 

* I 9®; 913) — 3, Husband, 

Daye Kindness. 

Qeq«tl— €9. ?— 9331 ( €9«i ) 

Dayena Jpa-ana ( See. ) 

<3>«©Qi-rslN. ( WWS ) §— ( sjeu «w) erilQ^f <?i 

£>ar-kiba 9€l£M — ^° De torn; to be rent. 

Dara t i ©q.Q£|_1. Fear; alarm; dread. 

J I I +99f. *J ) fl^; «8Q; qjfl — 
2 Hole; cave; cavity, 

* I 9$- — 3. Quaking; trembling, 
v | dsf— 4, Conch shell. 

^©cr-acr-OGi$-qja 9Q-W 3Q-9Q €§[£ — 

* I 991Q3— 5. Tearing. 


9 \ tfl%-sr6. A crack; fisaure. 
1. Partially; partly. 

«W©GQ 9SK£ 0Q9GQ G$«* 213 9GQ tf©l — 

[ 9— 4% *9tf as? ssei<atf 99$ a«rc€*q§- 

G9IQ SWgO §<! I Ml— 9€h9§©, 9Q-q^9Q| I ] 

a^fiqQ— i . Sankhasura. 

q% OSS' <sq 9ica «»— «», s«ea < aOT«jfl i 
^ ^ I ( q. QQs^ 9 ? q|OG>IQQ Bl. Q^ ) 

^ ©510; «3i; QI9— 2. Price; value; worth. 

WQ&aosQ oq s^a »S9^ *ei— 

[Q— <@ W€J QQ W ^JQ-519. q^O I] 
• m I QQ. CgQ ©Q3 — 

3. Rate of the price of a thing. 
"** I 99IQ ^ — 4 - Market-rate. 
* I gOQQ 9!^ —5. Prevailing rate, 
p I Gfl«1; Ql* — 6 » Standard; rank. 
( J32JI — C9 Gag? 9QQ cq9 oi a© S%I^Q 

%P M e. W:)tt^ ta^-sr 
1. A prefix meaning half. 
} I ( 3. QQ ) aga^ea ~ 2 - Incompletely. 

[ Q — «§ W 3£? G5iaQ G9G09 9&% a^o 

Q€a^ aoQ q9SQ qg S9IQ «w© N 9iweJoi- 
a a ^9 S6Q cggaei c^g&q G9Q© 9Ga«^i 
MQajpa^Ga G^g siaGQ 9iatQ«fQ§o ^<i 1 siai — 

QQ9«l, 9Q§^, QQ9«l, 9Q^H, QGiGal^l, 9Q- 

^GjO^Ji, 9Q0fel QOilO I ] 

• 1 Q§8QS!3GQ; agc^QGQ — 
3. Profusely; copiously. 
( 9211— 9Q9QQ0 asaiQ iQg!Q ^*G9 I ) 

CQKfli«..qToi9wiq 1 

QQTO9I— OT- M'-a^^o ( ?'^ ) — 

Daraauja Half shut ( door )* 


siWHjil 


s?v^5n 


9QWIQSI 


< m 99* ) 


96*01 (dl) 


QQSOQtl— G9, M. ( ST. Sl<$ «ld§a ) — GSIQ 9? 
Dara-5uta gaJ^Ga «Q*t 69IQ ft 014 — 

Partially boiled ( milk )„ 
qqq— g. §<a ( 9Q+ag «aGQ 9 )- < 3j%— 

Daraka Timid; cowardly. 

QQQSI— 69. 9tf— «. I 9QQI9Q ( G93I ) 

DarakaScha 1* Darapachila ( See > 

*R#M; f^FFlS 5 I a9ETQ SfclSQ Qg^.Q 3(91 396*99 
3T«tet («l°a)— 2.(a portion of a ripe fruit which is) 

Still raw. 

• i ai9§9 9g, flasQ QgaiQ Sl9i ^iaQa9 q (ei°a)- 

3. (a portion of a cooked or boiled thing 

which is) Still hard. 

QQ9&9I— «. V. %\— aoiQQlj aoiQQl-A hardy 

Darakantika thorny creeper having succulent 

roots; Asparagus Eacemosus. 

QQ 9€*QI — 69- $*— £6«Q9I; 99 913 9Q9i— 

Dara kariba To fix or settle the rate of an article 
*RrWi mc *TC5|T to be purchased. 

QQ QSI98— 69. 9-6©ta8-W<i-«aQrfllcf UQI 6 
Dara kashakashi $S£9.KJ Sfci£9 9.9| fl^G® ttill 
W3 ^Rfaft. 6$q 92l| — Higgling. 

^fe5in^T' 69- 93 — G9fa3 G9i 9^91 aifif &gj 
9q,G9 Wl 6*q 9%39l (699| <§ 9G$©0- 
Higgling and haggling. 
QQQI^fil— 69. 9. (ST. atf+9ff©)— <. I 69$ qQQ 
Darakaildia 91 ©16* 9frjJ%69 9gl G9IQ QI§ — 
(999^1 — «l9M%a) Not properly threshed rice or 
^tt<t#t^1 pulse. 

> I QQQ^q (69=3) — 2. Darapantara (See) 
QQQI§— G969- 9«1. I ffl. 99QIQ )— 

Darakar £ | £)6fcJI9Sl£j; 2fl9£TO -1. Necessary. 
ifWfa J I -aGQflOj 64S39I — 2. Wanted. 

^WC N 6969. 9— SSqi»^— Necessity; need. 

9991$ QQQI— 69. £— GQ§l9i; BI9fli9 9©9I — 
Darakar kariba To want; to need; to be in need 

tfwft^rl m&n of. 

9Q9IQ— G9G9. 93 (£H. 999IQ)— «B9fl<i9; g6SJI^«^ — 
Oarakari N-eedful; useful; necessary; important- 

(69999'Q— 90319) 

qqgi§80-g9. 90. ( er. «tf «I^O )— 

Darakhandia a<§ gg-Jj 2IS#J (9#); aqfllg— 
^CWfarTl Incomplete; half-done; unfinished. 


QQ«lia— 6969. 9. (9©ft«) <€Ti- 9Q«gl§J — 
Darakhasta t I &G99P a$; 286999 a-tf — 

9931$ i 1. Petition; application. 

9<% " S Wi^p * I ©9999; giMI— 
9^19 J 2. "Representation; prayer. 

TlWte * I a^^a— 3. Bequest. 

^<OrT?rf v [ 69fer§9«*^9%969 «WP 893919- 

4. A written complaint. 

QQGIStQIQ — 69.9. W (9©Qa)(£TI. 9QGgMg^+a. 9«)- 
Darakhastakar v | ^699^91^1— L Petitioner. 
(99SIS19I31 ~ a9i%a) > I «69Q — 2, Complainant. 
I99flll39ia<1— il) * I 9iqi— 3. Plaintiff. 

9Q3I9 qCMQ9l— G9. 9*. (QQ§n)-<l I 9199? 
Darakhasta gujariba ©9t6Q ©G99Q a^ 9TO 9» 

^MsTCRT 35IKTT 1*- To file a petition, 

> I 9199ST ^«!G€i 6^1^?. 9h^Q 99«IJ 6a€l v 

9&91 — 2, To put up a petition before 

an authority. 
QQ$fl$9^QI— 69. 9 ( 9©MI ) — i I 69?«9 SgjqS9 
Darakhasta pardibS ©699Q a§) 919^ ©$&GQ 
?^«TI^^1 9«89l— 1. The filing of a petition* 

^raaqfin 5 1 9iss<? @©sgq qshsiiq 991 9q«i§q 

9^^ 9i««QT 9W ^flGQQQ 699! — 2. The 
coming up of a petition for consideration 

9>Q@S0 -69. 9<31. (*. 2l§+3l^ai§)— V I 63^91^9 
Dara khia S11Q9I 9^ SI* | G9IQ «■■ ai<— 
3|^^:T A * Half-fed (person). 

egs« qs^i^ 01 fl^Q ay? i ^a*9. a©i9a^ 1 

> \ ©a^^flW** 9*J%ea qagiQ 9 ai< — 

2. Half-eaten ^ thing). 

QQ 61fclQ-gi69 (^q%.Q) 9«— 31^3 9^31©^; 9I9J 
Dara gadhar a4%6Q 31© ftl|— Half -ripe; not 

yet fully ripe. 

9Q QS>9— £N 9^"9Q9Q ai€;GQ 691^91 (aai-Mj- 
Dara galita Plowing profusely (e. g. tear). 

v99 9«$9, 9Q9«a— aOi^Q) 

QQSIl(QI)-69 69. 9. (a. 9§S1|^) — 

Daraga(gha) 69?^ qq^fliQ 3% 91 ^9^9 
9d| -^ qfll*gi9— Shrine or tomb of a 

qq\ I SJQH^a Mahomedan sainfc. 

9QS11 ) [ 9—9^99 9999W9 1 sUfllfl) ^[91 


efr 


«?Q©§WI 


( ***• ) 


<?§$» 


TOH 9©1QQ GW QQQIQOIQ'I ] 

Dara chhipda(n(Je)iba To settle the price or rate 
■ fTOl ^TOfc? of a thing 

^Qj}§©l— GQ. Q — $q ^$£( ojP^COWa 9|Q QQ 
Dara chbindibs g Q ®q9Q| — Fixing up or the 
ift ^iflTCte^l settlement of the price (of an article)* 

QQQ 9§Q|— G<? $. (QSQS*) (ffl.QfiO -*. I f§ G$SI; 
Daraj kariba tf^^Qlj CGI^QOTh- 1. To note 
<QQ© €^I-WH^q) down; to take down. 

*?#*il j i Qtaiqg GWi (siCf)— 

^C5T?PWT 2. (limb) To become" painful. 

QQ©— G^CQ. tf— V I 'ffl. W v ) fQlj GSMH5 Q€M — 
Daraja l.Note; writing; written reference. 

^ Ql§ 1) 

5[8T J I (ETI. <*4) - Qn&h 31% GWffl- 
jfsflf 2. Pain; painful sensation of any part of the 
3^ body; sensitiveness to touch. 

* I $9q- WQGI— 3- Sorrow; grief, 
v I fll^lj fl»I— 4. Sympathy; attachment, 
+ i«fiQ-<$l«G$ §«*«% fiQSjWWIOQ©) — 
5. Commiseration; CDmpasaon, 
W GQG9 M. ( STL ^ — 
TO t I GQ«H 69iag9lj ?3i G9IQ30I — 

1. Written; noted, 

GQIQaW— 2. Painful to touchy 
fllGQ. WI9TO) Q-&$1— Anxiety. 

( gai— 01 oai GaiGfc 9Q© W8 1 ) 

QQQQSV- GW&. 9. (SFlJ—^ I W% Wl — 
Darajagam I. Broken; cracked. 

QSS«^ Q<$Q9 ( ^ painful. 

Darajabant * I Q^j QQSj»8fll©IQS — 
*f 4Hf*W !• Compassionate; kind-hearted* 

3^*T«* ? I al^Q} 98$] — 2. Afflicted.. 

OQOt— G9CQ* Q. ( ffl. QQTOi )— 
DarajS ^ I <?!Q— 1, Door. 


'3GW9K -> I fffo©— 3 - GatevportalV : 

Qqa&r » 1 (ffi. otfl) Gfl«li GQIft Qd— 

*3W1, TOlW.^STTOT 3." Class, 

^T 

Daraji Tailor. 

(W— a«ri%a) gqsq- Q& — QQWQ (cq«) 

(QQ©Btefl— $1) Daraj&banta (See) 

Darajigiri . The work of a tailor. 

^ <ai)p Tt> 2. The occupation of a tailor; tailoring. 
QQ§1~ GQ. 9- [3. 0°©Q— *G^«tfj (g- SOTICIQ]— 
Daranda ^ | «9l%«l G«i©9l| agiWI-^ 

$f^gt^ 1 Groping for a thing in the dark. 

75'£to*t J f ?m 9 \ o^gq gq«i a^ ®qp\ m£q_ 

910 giQ G«II©Q1— 2 Searching after a 
thing; not visible to one's eyes, by the 

Hands. 
w I G«lfilG«H9; aGCfM*— 3. Search^ 
( S32I! — .G^GOGQGO S*S3€ii €*€© r: «t©^ 9Q G9SI 

«§ 9^fliw> tori Q€»5I aw I ) 

QQ$i(ec.:QQi— -€9. 5— Qq§<?i 5qi^ Ste^i %?— 

Daranda(^ide)iba Causative foi^m of Darandiba. 

QQ4H <?q§— GQ- 0— Q§ aw agiwi; c«iioiG«ie— 

Daraoda darandi Groping or searohing at 
$f^5fa many places, 

QQQ— 3. Q. ( O £![§== Q<31§ GOTI+QC§. «Q ) — 
Darada * | a^OQ ftOOfl ff©; §3$ — 

1 The peak of a mountain* 
-> I EW) — 2- Mountain, 
w I M gai©> ^Q«l — 3 ' A waterfall. 
v I GIQ4 sa^£j ©iQQG^I'a — 

4. A sect of fallen Kahatriyas. 
•# I (+9$. W) §9^— 5. Heart. 

9©i|QQ QQWffl; CIQf— "6- Shore; bank. 
9P€jQ S]^§© G^fi G^S^GQ'a; ( 9$flK!> 
fflfl 9^a|v )— 7, Durdistan ( to the 
north of Kashmere). 

[ 5— QiqlQ 6 &q$a as*© fl«a GQtiQ <g ^ifl 

Q9^°$©!GGi 9g» 6 <9 G<5»39Wl QQ9 G»ITO G£© 


^ 
9 


^QQQ 


( "*$9t ) 


qqqsi 




9€}$a sbqgq qftf* a© » 

flQfl ©GQ GQ3I «3"€9" 9Q9?tiG9 9SGfl 9f?S|$lGR, 
SGQ STTO?'^ G91Q 3 9§> 919 G9GS* I ] 

8. A sect of Mahome'dans inhabiting 
the above country, 

« I ( + Q9. «K?) S)£j— 9. Fear; terror, 

«*° I &CTQ; 9QQ — 10. Vermillion 

a. Sat. <a_°. ( 99+91 ai^+Q<f. *■)-- 

^jQ gJ^TO — Causing fear; terrific, 

(9991-$) G§G9. 9. (ffl. 9^) — 

* I QQ» J, *> v , * ( G9« ) 
2. Daraja 2, 3, 4, 5 ( See ) 

CGt|Q «9 GGO C$?iQ QQQ 9«1Q QOiq S$ I 

> I aflQi — 2. Sympathy jattachment. 
QQQQ— G9* Q^l— 2I©9 (9919) — 

Daradara Continuous (flow). 

^*: Q$$Q ac#9 5^ $»qiq ( 

G9- §^tfi-^8^7^»0^9CQ 91 «wietiiq9GQ — 
Partially; incompletely. 
( 32)1— 9QQQ ai©Q m> I ) 
G9. $' 90— 2lffQ»; TO^Qft (99991) — 
Continuously (^flowing). 

QQQQ 91Q 9^9 £QQ 3QQ fl^» 9lqfi>|— 

Wis, atfg I 
QQQQ 601©— GQ. ?<l. (e. 91^ + -^ ai§)— 9$ 
Daradara torda aQ gig gt^ £1191$ 9Q9I93I <3>Q 

9Q9Q G© 9 7 €91^2; 9^91931% *»J 

9QQG9I? J ^ %G9 *£J — Having one's 
poverty removed by the receipt of a 
large amount oi money; greatly reliev- 
ed of want, 

QQQQ 6$l® $€}QI — €9. ^ — 9§ SQ 9|tt 9Q G07«l9 

Daradara torda kariba 91QQ 9i§5«i QSIQ^I — 

To relieve a person's poverty or want 

by bestowing riches on him in profusion. 

QQQQ9~ G9, W— «©§ 91 8tq9l§9 §9GQ Q9I£9— 

Daradarita Flowing unceasingly. 

9Q Q<a$— G9G9- 9 ( EH. 9®^Q0Q.+ 9lQa=*9Q§l J 

Dara-dalSna eSQQQ) — 3Q69Q9 3ffGQ3i9l G3Q 

ffS 5ft*Tft QQ; Q@ai<a SIQO ^91 919^1— An open 

^t^lSR hall between a main room and its 
outer veranda; ante chamber. 


Q§ Q^ r €j) (QW)- W. 9-99913 Q9<*19 (G9«) 
Dara dasfcur (ri) (etc) DaradSma etc (See) 

Dara dama " '.'egM8 QeilQiq- OQ^— Appraise- 
H<*t1*l» WWfil ment; fixing of the price of a 


^*9^ 


^iJ'vJ'j 


commodity before purohase 


QQ9I8 Q€)Q|— €9. $'— '9B ^R ^Wi 9 ^3Q9i3 q^9tl 

Daradama kariba Q^4\ h QJQ9&9I QQ91 — To 

Wfa ^?1, W?W^f% ^1 appraise; to fix the price of; 

^<4<rd^l VTSrt to negotiate f of the purchate of a 

thing; to settle the rara^of a thing. 

qqqi -G9G9. 9^1. g? ( eri.9^1=«MW ) 3g) — ^" T * t^^ 

DaradI QaiGQ SJI91Q $$Q Qiea— 1. Sensitive! 
QQOQIQ 7 J I 9m?1Q— 2. Suffering; 

<?Q^9^ f H ^- afflicted. 

(G99Qqi— 9TOS>) * i $QSJWj aQ^BMQ ^iqo. 

tf^f), aQ^9|©Q — Sympathetic; 

^f?[ v compassionate. 

qq^q— gi («w) 9 (a. 9<fo0— - G9er—_ 

Dar adura Frog 

«caw,QS. s^wiiiwoig i 
qqgqom— e. 9— aeries— 

Dara daitya Sadkhasnra. 

QQ^jai— gi. G9. (^H^Q) 9^1-e I ®®}— 

Daradhia 1. Dissatisfied. 

J I 2l9a^| — 2. Discontent 

QQ9— 91 (Q9i) 9 fr. 9a)— €iq? — 
Darapa Pride, 

©Q8GI— 91GQ. («PlQWd 9^1— 9Q9q — 

Darapaka Partially ripe; partly ripe. 

C9. 9«a — (ff. a^W) ?iea^G9 9^» — 

Incompletely cooked; parboiled, 

v Mi—9Qagi qo i ) 

Darapacha 1. Partly ripe. 

^g\ 2. Incompletely digested. 

( aai— 9f ai«i «IQ^ g^ qq^ «9|[ig^ 9i§ 

G9iQQQ I ) 
QQa$l — GG>G9. 9 (ffl) —999 Q<IQ — 

Darapata Underlease; undertenancy^ 

(9QQ|I, 9QQSMq— «Q*i%3) 


OQ0%IQI® 


( *99* ) 


QQsai<$* 


$Q9*IQIQ— g§gq. $ ( eri )— <* i o|iqiqq wil&g 

Darapatadar 3|IQIQ — 1. Underlessee. 

QQa$IQI§ 7 J> I 9«9 Q<19— 2 Under- 

9QQ®WI@J ^ tenant; sikmi tenant. 

3t<&4K £|£l-~ 3. A homestead tenant under a 
Lakherajdar in Cuttack town. 

5[ g- QQatiQiQQ aalftg asiQiG^ GflatWQ 

Dara patiba ^g^oi^iq tf^e 91 flGdflie G9<?l~ 
*f3 *ffel !• Agreement as to the price or rate of an 
*Tr^f 19E5rt article between the vendor and the 

purchaser. 

■ ;i esteS c^wq $$ £033? gGftis©G9Qi— 

2- Approval of, the price of an article by 

the purchaser. 
QQQQl — G9- ^— *. I SiaiaQI- $Q<*| Sfl|$ 2)3919 — 
Darapar^ha 1, Incomplete education, 

-> j Wi^Gas — 

2. A kind of musical instrument. 
^W^t^t 1 . Half-read; not read completely. 

(qqqiowi— »i%a) j i aaiaioao. «iq ffgi Ga<a o 

G9$C c* aioa§! s^aio — 

VP^g&T, ^WWatT 2, Half-educated; imperfectly 

educated. 

QQ9£1— GQ. Q— * I ( $. QEfc) )— «$. «QQ|. <j^ ; 

Darapana qq<£I — 1. Mirror; looking glass 


Wfi 




2, The state of a person being terrified. 

* I QQaS} (GQ3)— 3. Darapani (See) 

QQ9§f— GQ. Q — $£$ d^|Q €d|f< Q%\q\<2> ©9<q»ig — 

Darapani A big estate in the district of 

(<M r a-TOi%a) Cuttack 

[9 — <9f 9S9 ©§IQ GCIIS4 $aiS>|Q efaiqj <I9I 

?W gwift gftw«Q 39 1 a^i»a<i9«bqe^ 9G<a 

Q>a£IQ9IGft <39l^ G^€! 9%aa§ j <]g SSlGQ 


OQ09 8JSQ— GQ. 3. ( Qa'd ?Il^t9M€Q 091 a©[£llQ 
Darapani akshara aiq^Piq) — €ft€l| SflQGQ GGllf< 

iB#i6l*wst Qs e (fl bqgq eg oa'aGQ aasflift gQer©© 

6fittl 2I9Q — Letters written in an 

inverted manner so as to be deciphered 

with the help of & mirror held 

[QQ3S?>D WQ— *KiW%.a] over the writin g- 

QQ9«©— GQ. § UN. 9^+«* a«©) — SQ99jQ€i sial^ 1 

Darapattani fl&l^^ — An nndertenure; a tenure 

(QQgcT ?lft«iQa) nnder another superior tenure. 

QQa^^QIG^— w. 9— a^e^iQQ ado 91 ©GQQ fla- 
DarapattanidSr ^IWiq—An undertenure- 
(W^IQ-aft'iia) bolder under a tenure- 
5f^^f%t^ % holder. 

Darapantara 1. Darakandia (See> 


QQa^si^ 


€9' Q- 


2. DarakhandiS ( See ) 

«> i ©aejT 9^ ©o% aa 91 

(a person) Who has not yet 

travelled the whole of the intended 

^distance 

— SSJSQ <3>$sJ9l «^^^ ^Q^l^ wi ai<3 
©19! ^J%G3 «Q«M Q§ ft ft9l «J9fil f 

ayQI%— Half way. 

Q$ai9(©)q— gq. w-— («- siQ r ag H )— as c a© 5 aa^. 

Darapaka(chi)la 2135^3© — Half ripe; unripe. 

Darapanparda -A kind of medicinal plant. 

Darapela Dara-auja (See) 

QQeaqj- G9GQ. §«. (eti oaeae— ^ecijqweQ)— 

Darapes ^ | qi<|q ; g|<?|S}©Qr qgaGQ ^^qa^ QafllSo- 
w^:^ 1. Put up before a court or high official; 
3<<fcr adduced or produced for consideration. 
(9G8 9— afti^a) fii©s^ giG9?(»0iCQ ea^ QeaiiQftca^ 

2. Under consideratio a of an authority, 

QQeai@i— 69. m.— v i aea $119 chq^i— 

Darapor^a 1, Half-burnt 


^ 


( *?5>fl? ) 


qotiqsi 


giGQ. (sai©gSi) <F$l; «Kj SIW&sji — Having an 

acid taste; sour. 

9Q^— giro. ( whs)—?. fa. g^i)-^^ 3^m> 

Darab a<$ia — An article^ a thing. 

QQ^flQ^— giGQ. (q«WlQ) G. (e- QQi + W )— q«Q 
Darab sarab QQOQtfifll^ SJQIQg— House-hold 
furniture and things; house-hold arti- 
cles; the fittings of a house. 

qqq— gi §.. (a. q^)— i ! gQij aw— 

Daraba 1. Article; tbiug. 

^3f ^8^9. H9IQQ©. ^ff I 

-> I €^©i SftQi yff»— 2. Riches. 

Darabara ail©©M — Bishnu's conch* called 

Panchajanya. 

Darabagta ' 1. "Whole- 

i&m 2 - Wholly; totally; fully. 

QQQSl @^— 6^69. '9.— (©©ft*l) fffl. <5»Q9g + WI9. 
Darabasta hakuk B qg) SflflflgfeWIQ- x 
vff^ rasp All right and title in a thing 

^d^ ^ff -° r Property 

qqq[— GQ. 5-— ©qfij?i 9Q«5SL SGflQ Oft 8«i Sfcsii 
Daraba qga €3^ 9^°a Wg>S> $< —The torn 
WIWI, l TO i Qa end-pieceaof cloth sewn 
qq^j J «■ together and- used as a 

cloth for wearing. 

OQ©l O^CS 910 oio -5a" j 

6©i«aN I ai3S!9 6 agl mi ©ft^Qj ei&Q 

Daraba(be)iba ©qq|; SQQ ©$91— To melt. 

^^WT wgoj, egotism i 

QQQl^l)©^ CQSQ.Q. (ffl QQ^IGj $«. 2- 9'WI©) — 
Daraba(wa)n <jJ|Q<S$Q ; 9«fej «}!€#!© — 


QQG}2I©j\. Door-keeper; gate-keeper; 

QQcnQ t WQa a durwan; a porter. 
QG$» J 

qqqigi— g?gq. ©• (sn)- giQaiaQ stf— 

Darabani The act op post of a d'oor-keeper. 

Darabara <sj$) — ?. | gq — 1, Meeting, 

^3 > I qoQQ; G9QOIGQ Q©l ©W 0tp fl<SI 

(Q^IQ - aGiqq) 2. A king's court; royal 

assembly; royal audience. 

3. Cutchery; court of justice; public office. 

4. A levee; durbar; a ceremonial 
function held under the order of a 
king or his representative. 

q^isico Qa§« $2i$ i q©i qqqiqsq ^ sbgqs 
cqimi qq§ <!«• q©-wogi9 Q*t^cjaw<S 8kl 

Q2J5 i ] 

* I G^alq q»I^T 9G9€l — 

5. The office or court of an Indian Chief.. 

6. A Euling Chief himself. 

f q©l ? GQI& © 5?@ f QQQIQ' G9lft Q$H9IQ QIQ^L 
Qg»Q %QCP"©ff BTOQ^I Q^SSJ I S32JI — f q©i 

saiQ^lS ~7 The Sikh temple in Amritsar 

in the Punjab. 

<?QQi€jeo— €Sw* q. ( ffi- ^Q^!^)—^i ©3Q ©-»§ 

1 Darabaria qoQQQlQ^e^© $4 -.6 690ICQ e§f 
if?Rtfwt *ffltt§ «© QI<1 — 1. A person invited 
g-rjftrt fco a durbar; one entitled to a 


999i§«8 €Qi<ai9 


( m 99* ) 


QQflltf 


Q99IQ1 i seat in a 'durbar. 

owigqj > ao^a > i «soqsj ; gssgqq^^n 

2. One who frequents courts. 

* I giSlQ©QIQ — 3. A person versed in the 

ways of courts or litigation, 
v I fliaQQIQ^Q^ — 4. Litigious person. 

* I G3Q Qh<^ QQ q<5>9 Q\Q$QW\ 1fc\%g\ 

QG9 — &• The man of business in a 

family* 

6. A member of a king's court; courtier, 

G9GQ. $ti — «- 1 <>99i9 S^slq— I- Relating to 

the durbar. 

^ I QQQIQGQ 9^9919 G,sa'CW-2. Fit for 
being used in a durbar. 

(aa— QQ9ie^6ai<aiQ) 

3. Frequenting the courts 
v 1 3999191©— -4. Litigious. 

WQiijso esiaio— 6§ot. 9 (sn)— < 1 easj* sjwk? 6 

Darabaria poshSka fl$M GQI€IQ%. 9WIQ«0flieQ 

iRRtftCtfafa §$ 99919% $l*fl§ — 1. Durbar - 

^TflClr T ?t^W Dress. 

-> I GQGQ Q©Q^l 8$ $3 991 Q%— 

. Court-dress. 

QWI32D QQI— GQ. 9— QQ\\Q\ QG0QW9 OWI $j<ai— 
Darabariabhasha Court-language. 

Q9§©ll (£[)$— 3. 93 ( 9Q="©TO + 9©§9 )- $ae 
Darabikasi(si)ta S^JO — Half-blown (flower), 

Q9§QI — gi. (Wi) ^—5991^ ©9991— To melt. 
DarabibS qgqi qqv $§ ffia gica Q<a 1 

QQ§$©ai— fliGQ. ( $M,Qq$ ) aoiq— asaa*^ aaia% 
Darabuch-kia SNIGiQGa — Slightly; partly _ 

partially' 

Daraburflha a&l$pi; £M. Ga a©q$ C€9. G^toj 
^^ctf aiqiq Gates 8§s, aoo 91^01 a?« Ql§ — 
5f?f^CSl Somewhat old ( male ); somewhat 

arsis (99$6l— %1) advanced in age. 


QQ€Q€I— G9G9. 9 (at QqgQOj Q°. OQ^fSj EH. 
Darabes QQCQOI — QaiqQ ; m.QQ=9lQ+«GMj= 
w^"f; ^^?i %_Qfi9ij wiaiq* q®g ©»gi9G9 «© 

&SIQ91 $QQ Q^aK) — 1 I 9|QMieQS9 — 
1. A Mahommedan beggar. 

J I ffGlQ; qSQai© 9ia — 2. A Muslim mendi- 
*" oact; a dervish, 

QQCl— gi. (09h) 9 — <$$ (G9a) — Darbha (See). 
Darabha Qqs q$Q qq$icq $*© gsie $19 QQQ 1 

ssisqw. qqsqsi 1 

. I aaiOTI — Half-broken, 


Darabhahga 


gq. 9. (wo gwcfl (wa)— 

Dwarabhanga. ( See) # 
QQaq{Q)— €9. ©a— a^©. mm- qogisj— Half- 
Daramara(la) dead; almost dead. 

qj ft ldl ^fPRTl flQ?KQ a© QQflQ «€Q BC^ |Q{1 S» $ I 

QQfl! - G9GQ. 9 (ffl. QQAI91) — WOOj Q©iQ fllt9 
DaramS q&<% aiQa99— Salary; fixed monthly 
*ra*TW; 'PWtfl remuneration or pay, 

^??TTIT 6« QQ91SQ © Sl^l €9* »I9 


QQ51I9I 


a€«qp 


Qdl9ISI. QQ9I3 


QQill 9ai— GQ. 9^1— WOCS GQQlj GE3 G9QQ 9IQ ^9Q 
Darama khia o^ai<|— Salaried; paid (servant). 

QQfllQSfl— GQ. 9d- ^ I GflQ «l99 QQiQr 99^1 G9Q 
DatamSdia q«QQ«g) — 1- Maintaining servants 

with salaries. 

©q?Q — 2- .Regular in paying salaries 

to the servants 

QQSI^— G969. 9 (ffl^ft OTff—a^GQ, ^GQ^W)— 

Daraman ^ | G99©l 2J9^ ©|fl 3Q €iaa QQ9I— 

^Ff*( 1. I a king oath; swearing in the name of 

^tfiWfaL God or sacred things. 

(QQfl|«>,<?GrV.aiff— SJ9h%9) 

9 I 9W — 2 * Oath, 
QQfll©0«J«»l— 6Q*-ff— 9«a QWI—To swear, to 
DaramSn karibS take oath. 

QQ^IO^GQQI— GQ. $— W S*^L M8 GQ9I— • 
Daraman debs To administer oath to another. 


BMOiUli^tMWnV^^, -«^ - ;..^^A-.^.-,i,^ j. ,-, -,'ir. . .a.:.,,,--..' 


3QC9Q 


( •£$>* ) 


QQ091 


-CQGflGi!— €9. W— 9#Jqfia .Q9$ QqsiQ Q ${91 — 


Darainela (giQ) — Partially opened 

^MfTl* WWW (door). 

<DQG>I— G9. 9 («. ^ft «l%)— \ I Q939I— 1- Kneading. 
Darala j \ Q€&\ ©9$l — 2. Trampling or press- 
W«Ti, ^CifT ing- 

* I 9snGi«r 99$— 3. Thorough enquiry. 
9Qffi>l(eQ)Q9l— G9. 5 — 9GIQ9I (C9«) 

Darala(Ie)iba DalaibS (See). 

<3>Q£)9i~ G9. ^* a. (9ft ai%)—<- <©9S9i- 

Daraliba 1- To knead. 

W*T| > X 9»G> ©Q9lj 9091 — 

3[T»fr; ^taiwr 2. To trample; to press together into 

<9Q»I 9QQ OQQI-aQsqp) a ™ aas ' 

* I QQQ 9Q9I; Ga€9l — 

3. To crush; to bruise. 
o I &°$1 9991 — 4. To ruin. 

Darali heba G99I — 1- To be trampled or pressed. 
-> I 3©<i$ ©^ G99I— 

2, To be afflicted or pestered. 

* I $_8«Q C!6)i«§> GQ9| 91 SJf 91 — 

3. To roll on the ground; to wallow. 

QQflQI— G9GQ. 9.— 9991 (€9«) 

Darawaja Daraja (See) 

QQS— G9G9. 9- (Q°. ego)— «aW19; 9tf^ 6 ft«H- 

Daras flj^QQ WlQ9 QQG^ 9$— 

C3PI Uniform. 

3*3? (9GQ8 — «wqfl) 
QQ€I~ 91. (Q9 , ») 9.-*. I (3. 9a) afll9fli} — 

Darasa The new-moon day of a lunar month* 

J I (e. 9&) — 9Q9ff— 2. Seeing. 

qao— Ggsasiqo i 
[9^— 9Q€1 QQSQ S9QQ «%Ga 9i9g9 l] 
QQ€19 --gi, (09**) ( 3f- 9Sff ) — 

Darasana «. | Qeo- €9^91 - 1- Seeing. 

^sff j i €99o«r 9& ©Q9i~ 

2, Visiting and bowing to a Deity; paying 
respects to an idol 

* I q? — 6GW 931991 919 — 

3. A name given tojuales. 


9Q€19Q 6fll§(€$)ffl— G9- 9. 41. (3. 999 + Gfllg^)— 
Darasanaka mohi(he)nI £1!<S>|$i G9£f9! GGJ9 qjj $<3- 

Charming (woman). 

QQ«S>9 Cfll$<*1— ©Q9ff OS?) GOl^a SlS^GfflgSGs a|<l ft fl|» 1 

9Q€tQ GWI - 69. §— G9«l G99I— 

Darasana deba To grant interview; to appear 
tf*fa CTOTl before. _ cr s?q & G9S> © gqg« ©q^ia i 

9Q€19 QIQQI— G9. £— G939I— 

Darasana paiba To see; to have a sight of. 

9QS1Q fl©^»l — G9. 9 — GQtelS 9^ 91 G99g©fliqrQ 

Darasana miiiba Q<$<21\ Qqqj — Having an 

Wfa fWI interview with or a sight of 

%*XX*l fil555f (a porson or idol), 

ooaoaQQO-si. 9— 99aaQa (€9«) 

Darasana paraaana Darasaparasa (See). 

<9Q«@ (Q©m[9: — 91. 9 — 9fl© QQ^IQ ( GQ^ ) 
Darasani (etc) Darsani etc. ( See ) 

91. 9«— €flfil,€J^9, G999I 6 3W| SiI9^99IG9G» 
S^9t QQ QQ9 09Q GQG9 ?1IQQ 9^91 

eiGagi^o q© «gQ 91 safo 91 a€i©9 (aifiil 

91 %CI|)-( a cloth ) Which is put on on 
occasions of visiting shrines and fairs. 

QQ€l©80(tf)— 91. W— 9Q€I© { G9$ ) 

Darasania(aS) Darasani ( See ) 

G9- 9- (W0I9Q^99)— 99ff9W9 9i§Q 919— 
9|fl — A name for calling Darasana* 

QQaacja— gi. e (^9oq) ^ i (e- 9&+ia©)— g9«ii 

Darasaparasa ^ §rf — 1. Seeing and touching, 
P*ft*f«m J | (aQiTOiSl g9©9) G9fi!igi!aiC — 

^«RM<^i»i 2. Interview. 

9Q«uea)Q9i— gi. 5. (Q9^) (3. <5q a^ao 9€T aj^)— 

Darasa;(se)iba «. | QQ|Q9| 3 QSgiQ© 9Q9I— 1. To 
fr3*fft adduce; to cite; to produce. 

T^Wr (S3ai— flqidl 9Q€)|Q9Ij QIQ^i 9Q€tiQ9l I ) 
9 I G9SIQ9I; 09f© 9Q91 — 

2. To show; to exhibit. 
99«0I— 91. ( Q9h ) § — ( 3. 9^ aift)— ^. I G9fllQ9li 
Darasiba g9a© 9€l9l — 1. To show; to exhibit, 

^^3W ©wool s?» QaaeQ 1 giol aqjaaa qqi sqw.q 1 
> 1 gSilfo G99lj G9«l99l > 9«f9t — 
2. To be seen; to appear. 


«$ 


( *?V9 ) 


"9Q 


OQ€l1 — 91. (09i) &l— Qfll < CQ« ) 

Darasi DarsI (See) 

r ' qqoI g<?GQ ow cs? 99 c$<?~ si©t si q$o$el&i I 
QQ «a- *.' 9d (<fo+fta)— 99$£©i— 

. Daraslatha Half-loosened. 

QQ€l^— SI6Q. a (91WQ)— as^T- 09!%— 
Daraaal At all. 

QQ€t©l («)— €9. 9 (*.. a^S^t )- 9$frJ%€a 9$ €9IQ 
Darasija (jha) <? ^91— Half boiled. 

QQG3IQQ 9ltfl— GQ.M (*,9Q + Cqi99+9itt»i9Q— 

Darasodara h5sl '$$, ©3IQQ— Q^a&3 SfllP 9W 

SJ19IQ )^qgOT^I— Laughing 

heartily; smiling brightly. 

Darasphutahasa Smile 

( 90*^9191 - <l ) ST. W. '9- Qto <W® GWiWa— 
*~ Smiling. 

QQS^$l*ll-G9. W. 41 ( 3. 9Q«f£9rai)— •)«© 9Kh- 

Darasphutahas^ Q)§s1— Smiling. 

das G$9i§ OQ&^.sfl — w^jh. 9crlQ I 
QQ9 - 0!€Q ( *W£fl$ ) 9 (- «. £QQ $0% Q©IQ« ) 
Daraha ©§ »qq Qfij 91 a^Q '^Q— 

Deep part of a river or lake. 

qq^si — €9. 9<a 9? («■ 9Q9§©)-i 1 ( flQia ) $©- 
Darahasa 9ISNW- «|9IS19IQI— 1- Chad sense) 

( QQ93SJ-HHG^Qa) Given to loud laughter. 

QftOTl 7 1 -> I «a09WN9IQl— 2. Smiling. 

^?QW J ^ <» | ( flOliif ) €3 9I9IGH QalG3 9G3 

(<aQ 9toi gig eii^Q sjq9 

6©0 9<J) — 3. (bad sense) Given to 

laughing on slight provocation 
(which indicates want of seriousness). 

Darahasita Smiling. 

, (9Q9%»1— SJ) «- §— ^ 9«— Smile, 

OQ«lfl— SQCQ. § (SO. QQ99j 01. 9C&)— flrMi, 3IQ9 
Daraham 2JQ C^agQQS) GCfa^SlgiSOTa— 

vf^1^ A silver coin used in Persia and 

^^j? Arabia; dirhem; dirham. 




DaraHchi 


DarahSsa 1- Smile, 

9 I &$ OT6Q 91$ €9«i|SI<»— 
2. Laugh by showing the teeth. 

ParahasI Smiling (woman). 

Daraja q<3 )— StTO 91 aQfllQ ©S>€Q Wl ®l^> 

ai9KjL QQi% 9I9IQ cqaii) sigq 6 WQQ. 

€OQ aid aiGQ— Drawer o£ a table, 

cabinet or desk; sliding box which can 

be pulled out and pushed in. 

9. (e. 9ip)—Q©8lS% **' 9I Qia 
SQQ 91191 aifiT GS]Q* QSi afilCQ «^4 
' 91a tJ9^9GQ ?rQO GWl£ll<i (9IS««.Q 
«I»CGQ <9i€l 9^0 QSQ^IQ GQ«IS3!<I) — 
A long pole with'a scythe firmly attach- 
ed to the top to cut branches etc from 

high trees. 

<5>Q§QI-G^ $. (a. €[©g— a€M«, ft. awiaQ)— ^ 

Darandiba d9iq>8l 91 ai?€lQGQ 919 ^QQ Cflfasi 

^5t^ 59i%QOgQ8 C«II©9I; a^lWI — 

KtSOTjdlSftafl To s^rch a thing in the dark 

or inside water; to grope for a thing in 

the dark or in water. 

QQ§ G@©l-€9. ^— ^ I WIQ6QQ©39*WI©699I- 
Darandi hebfi. 1. To be groping in the dark. 

^f^lt qai9ia. fl^iai^i 1 

-> 1 9QO G9IQ «3>4T 6991 — 

2. To flounder; to be restless with affliction . 
m I e*9$9i9SO €9IQ 9i3 S99I — 

3. To be bewildered; to be puzzled. 
v I Q©gQ8 -Q$» S99I — 
4- To struggle to and fro. 

Qq§ g§iq a« »i€^i as s^e^ - ss^su ^iQQ®. *» - 
* I qi°S115i9 fi^l® 91 aQICQ <al% €991 — 

5. To be pestered by or involved in 
worldly entanglements* 

QQ--3. 9. ti ( 9€» + %l « )— V l a?9qs?l— ^ 

jj ar i ' 1. Cavern; mountain-cave. 


QO_n 


( m $99 ) 


QQ« 


**t -> I %£«l %1 ( WTOQ, ) — 
^t 2. An ugly woman; a l ag. 

( QS|— BQ*%a ) TO. $ ( 3. §Q )— * I 

1. Satranji; durry; carpet of cotton-thread. 
> I ©S$S% Gftfa 8fl, 3191 Q9€Q Q9IQ ©IQQ 

2. A block of iron with a hole on it on 
which black-smiths place the iron to 

be bored. 
9§2Q~ G^TO 9 ( sn. 9Cjjaqi )— v I qicre^ «qjL— 

Daria 1. Ocean; sea 

?fel > | qqQ QQ Q£© oaqa— 2. A wide 
^ft^TT expanse of water like the ocaan. 

{ QQql— aWi^a ) * I 99 QQ9I G>§ — 

3. A broad river. 

3IGQ. (OHflQd) ©-«IQ; GQOiQ— Canal; moat. 

qqso eai©i— to. ©, ( eri- oopa+a. G«aiw )— 8%: 

Daria ghorda G«3I§Q— Hippopotamus, 

f>^c*rt^? [ q— <9i «giQ o«9i aa Gate ©#- 
^fc*nt*t?T ^S^ 6 agi aeiQQ q§v> MQQ 

6 QSap 4ia§ 6 q®GQ ffSlQ ^ 3 ^i 
6999IQQ6Q OQS); t«< 9!£ Q^jQ OIQ« Q^i® 
GQGQ QlSJ^i a«l^ I <lfllC© <?$S«il QlfiGGi §§> QQ 
aiQgj «*l§i ©«J9 GlftQi aiQ* ai8 Q9Q3L 3? Q ol § ' 
051I9S? ©5191% «$3$IQ q$Q Q21IQ $<l I ] 

Daria chi(chu)ngurdi ©cr §; Sjei 9GTJ? — 

Shrimp or pvawn belonging to the sea 
Q€J£flQ^'Sl)— G"?GQ. M (ffl) - ^ t QQ|Q §Q£j — 
DariadiKJi) „ 1. Liberal-minded. 

fifT ffil^rl 9 I ®%nt — 2. Open-minded. 
^forrf^55 «•» ! Q|0§1« - 3- Liberal; generous. 

[ s?Q q(qi)q2J— ta^qp ] 

QQ20Q6) — €§TO. Q ( ffi. QQqig^— 1» ) — 

Dariapat ^ j S^Qj ©GQOQi — 1- Consideration. 
?iWft^5 2 I G*|£[ Q^Q— 2. Adjudication 
^forlfci * J aQg^lQ — 3. Investigation; enquiry. 
QQ2flO\ ] Q$ — \ I @1© —1 Known. 

^Q^g 1 2 Considered. 

qqso aiQfl— w'ct."© 1 ( " en- 9q$ji 6 ai$jai9i% ) — 

Daria pSSichhS ' $q$ Q q£>lj Siq^GQ G9$ q&K?§ 


^Q5j(fi|)ai'Sl ) King over seas. 

QaqKajai^i -siQiqa (aeii — nv QQsgqt ^aa- 
QQqi a!QS J QiQtf a«5 I ) 

'OQa* Q!?igq ©JQSi 6 aiqq^Q '5jQ ( €^'QCl^*aiQa , 

G9IQ Q9S) i j 
QQ20 QIQjQ)— TO.Q*«— 1 I SIS&Q SJaq aiQGGJ «IQgQ- 
Daria par(ri) 1. Situated on the other shore of 
wfij^ffa the ocean* 

^foTTTtr ( gal- si© qq^ QQB»ai9 G9€i i ) 

Daria pSri 1. The other side across the sea. 

wfirsrt *rt^ s I ^^^Qa ^^i© ai©; aiaaq^ s^^i aiQ 

^ft«nqK hiq ; GSlgJ SIQ% 9^I^G96^ ^q^- 

sai§3l 9QQJ^ %< — 2. A very distant 

place beyond the Seas, to reach which 

one has to take a sea-voyage. 

( aai— giGWai6ff si® gq^ 9SOTQ^ai3 as 

GQ. P « - QCiaaiQ ( G9« ) 

Dariapar ( See ) 

<3>€)20 aiQ— G^GQ. 9 — ( m )— sqgsiitfl fliiafQor 

Daria pira q©| qqqi G999iQG9^—A sea-deity 
.ffiTl *FrH worshipped by the sailors. 

QQ8Q QQflO— G^GQ. 9 ( €TI ) -©0$ S?9 a'W ff^ 
Daria baramad - qi gqg o^GQ gq, Q^qiQ a| 

^ft?n ^rm^ ag,Q!^ mi ^qg qi oqi q% Sqi^ 

( 9€?a Qq^ - SiQ^a ) sdqiq G*i?IQaig — Land 
reclaimed from the bed of a river or 

the s«a. 

Q€JS0 ^4 — GQ TO. ?(£Ti) -GflQ G9© 91 »9% ff«a PI 

Daria burd qqg fiUQQiQag — Land washed away, 

^k«n^ by a river or by the sea 

W-«. $$- ( QQ=«^+qglGfl Q© 3 )— 

^'1 ^©; a*^0 — 1. Terrified; frightened. 
> I Q^O — 2. Shaken. 

B. Sent; burst. 
v | §Q^— 4. Split up: 'divided. "" 
9- ^l- (+9Q^. 9)— *<58«— Sorrow; misery. 

$$ eo^» acci.oftQQyoi. 

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Darita 


«i>» 


*§ 


( m 99r ) 


Q%f 


Daridra < | qqo. ag^Qj 9CTI»; QQ— 

(Q£9| — §1) 1. Poor, poverty-stricken; indigent. 

J I £iq<Jgg— 2- Wanting; in need; needing; 

needy. 

* I 9|si — 3. Wasted; lean; emaciated on 

account of distress; distressed^ 

Q€5QQ|— 3. $ (OQg + QGO. Ol)— 9W9*$ WjaStf — 

Daridrata Poverty; indigence. 

Q§Q ©iqqa— e. s. (%Q9j Qft3%-n Qiqqa)— 

Daridra narayaiia ©ig^gi^Q ^*'9SS':,9^r~ 

Tf.bg poor in whom ^ 0o4,i^Sb&nt and 

'" ri *1>y ''eerving^ftmfcSi^taan is taken to 

'" "' ' .j^jP^*' 1 ' ; serve God. 

DariOfranarayanaseba CN$£jdQr Q90I 9Q9I — 

The service of God through that of the 

poor; service of the poor which is 

tantamount to the service of God- 

DsrMra nidhi C9ga$ flq 9i^)— WQOO5 W- 

€I°«I0; 9$9 9S3GQ ©3 99; ^SJQfl 9<^J — 

Oae'fi Nearest person. 

Qe§ PW ^O, C9«3QCQ CQCjQQI^ CPt S3 

Daridra panchakshara tiaQ — (ironical) The five 

■Wa^i 25I9Q— QGftqp ) Oria letters in the 

phrase 'Kana Karibi* which means 

what shall I do always repeated by a 

' t man in extreme poverty or want. 

[3— wg eqe wi aqogg sjoi^ '9<a w. 

QQI^ Wl OT QQ «K> Q$| 9%6IN i ] 

<5€)Q .9? — €9- o'-afl g^ss eat $$; 999^, ■««- 

Daridra budclhi Q^fel" — Meanness in money 

matters; mean-mindedness where money 

is concerned 
<3§2 Mid— CQ. 5", (3°. 9QQ, + 3tirie)—c I0Q9Q 
Daridra sarikhali 43$ ^seflQ 4^6; QQOQ q#$- 
sfffe^«R 1. The prop of ' the poor; the 

shelter, rest or stay of the poor; the 
treasure Of the poor. 
> I QQ<L©!1 (CW — %. Daridra-nidhi (See) 
qqo -acrio crs b$q 339.1 W««ici, qlei www * 


Daridra" (root) qq<$\ — To be indigent. 

DaridrS Feminine of Daridra. 

3°, o*a. q°. («W?Q$j99 0«WIQ, «l©6Q 

(<?QQjd| — $1). 9tO§9> — *. I QQjO« } <a©$^*» — 

c3fcf[£*T s £$1*f1 1. Mean-minded in money matters. 

Sffc^t ^ I 0*901 — 2, Having inordinate 

hankering after petty things ( like a 

povertyatricken man), 

* t ^JQhQ QQ9, — 3. VerV poor, 

€*9^ifl 60« ■99^1*1 S®9 aff 69-dQV <3§! I 

Darfdrayaka 1 Poverty-stricken. 

.2. Eeducpd to poverty; in poveyiehed. 

Daridrita <, | gi^^^-l/Eeduced to poverty; 

impoverished- 
? I Cjici© — 2 V Distressed; in straitened 

circumstances, 

QQg1$©--$r\ f$. (QftQ+21^0 ©Q^SICO (Q) Q + 

Daridrikruta ^©) — ^<^ r ^Q— Reduced to poverty; 

impoverished. 

Dari ' ; " v "" Tiari ( See ) 

Si . o\si. q°. (QQ+«i§ a'dM Qtf j tfll. *Q)— 
« I Q^q^; ^9— L Frightened; terrified. 

3 I 39IQda10— 2. Rending. 

81 I 99^ —3- Trembling, tremulous. 

Q$20Q GO€Q, 9 1 . (ffl. QQ^IO) -i I 5IQQS9— 
Daruan 1. Door-keeper; porter, 

roiftiFr ^ 1 096Q9^r si^Q ^cqeiQ ©q^i©- 

^^IR 2. Gate»keeper. 

9$a)©—€§e<?. 9. (eri)— <jiQ q99si 9^ 01 ^«q — 

Daruani The act or post of a porter. 

TOfftffi w— t I 91Q QQ9Q Qaq.^ flp (9^}— 
^^fsj^ . 1. (act) Befitting a door-keeper; 

menial (work). 
9 I QIO — 2, Low; mean. 

9Q.f— TO.'M. ( ST. a^S^ ) -Q«» ( S9«l ) 
I>aruti Daroti( See ) 


( *99S ) 


W, 


(QQfai— aQiQg) *9a <*<& ?3ff " Q99 ° aq P> 9Qift ' 

*>6QQ— GQG9. ©. ( ft°. egs x ) — QQfc (Wfl ) 
Daras Daras ( See ) \ 

<?€QQ @Qa1(er1)— g§cq. q. (em (eeaai)— 

Daroga halapl(phl) t. | 9^3 9© §a«*t S@9I^~ 
^f^9^t 1. Speaking falsehood on oath # 

2. The offence of perjury. 

Q6Q61I— G<?GQ, ©— 9l6q«l ( W«l ) 

Daroga Daroga ( See ) 

Darodara 1. A gamester. 

(^WQ— atfiQp) j i <$<© 3I91; »«fl e«a — 

:!• Gambling. 

* i OS! C«&-^- The game of dice, 

OGQf — GQ. ©*. ( a. a^J)— 

Daroti t I Wtgj z%% aG$»l©l€t©— 

(QG^SII— SiftiftQ) J *Malf-lisped;indistincfcly uttered. 
'srfa^'fa e^Q oeqs aqo <w i flaa^ff. sofuei i 

9 I Q€$§|l — 2, Parboiled; incompletely 

boiled 
( aai«-Qfe*Qf QQ | ) 

* \ 2ia§8$— 3- Immature, 
v I aag- — 4. BaW; unripe, 

* I atf a^j 9Q'fli&a— 

5. Half-ripe; partially ripe. 

(mi— ocqf ®s\ i) 

$. ©<S— CHatGHGQj 2J$ a^-Partfy; partially. 

( sai— gsg© $cq? qi©q aq, a§ q$qq qs^ 
g&is> i ) 

DarobasU %<$$ ^S~" Whole; entire. 
QQQg " STOia —W$, q^— All. 

GQIQQg ^ Completely; fully, 

GQiGQQgJ entirely, 

-Q^IQ (CflOW)— G$69- ©— <3>GWMQ QGW ( G$<5I ) 
Darkara .etc) Darakara etc, ( See ) 

^QQI Ql) (QQhIQ)— GQSQ. © -Q*€l| Q€h|$ ( GQS ) 
DargaXrgha) (etc) Daraga etc. ( See ) 


Daraja etc. ( See ) 
Dajan ( See ) 


Darja (etc) 


-©©£ ( GQ3 ) 


Darjan 

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WW 5 *, ^F=l 
Darja 

Q$— GQGQ. 9. q°— <wi ( G^<a ) 

Darji Daraji ( See ) 

qq(q) (Q®^q) — W€9- $— ^Q^ Q«l» ( S'^'a ) 
Darda(rdda) (etc) Darada etc ( See ) 

Darddara ai^+Q<§. a)- 9^9- Mountain. 

1. Slightly broken; damaged, r 
*? I CTSI— 2. Cracked. 

Darddarika 1. A kind of drum. 
J I G3<a~ 2. Cloud. 
* I GQCT— 3. Frog, 

Darddura Q€lQt + 9(|i. ««6fl. 6JQ> G9 ^© G9IQ 
G9I9N 91 GS €ie??ig 9lft^[ 99IQ« QG9)- 
^. I 913^5 SQ^j OTCT— 1. Ffog; toad, 
J t G9Q 2. Cloud. 

on | {<5»Q^=t|QQQ«I fc|S>+ag SI^SQ. Q ) 

0IQ3 <39 99IQ €OIQ QIQQ^ GQCT GWj 
«BQ^ QIQHQGS'a — 2 A -kind of drum. 

4. Name of a mountain in the Deccan, a 
part of the Western Ghats. 

5 Demon; cannibal. 
•P I GJIS1 SS9; 9!fl ^fll9IQ — 6- A collection or 
union of many villageaj a village-umon. 
9 | *TO (g. afi>«QQ)— 7- Mica; talc. 

Darddura A name of Goddess Durgl. 

Dirdru (rdru) Ringworm. 


q*& 


( •*■". ) 


09 


Dardru(rdru)na Suffering from ringworm. 

98 — 3. 9 ( <^ a|$— «9QflQ 9§OI+qtS9. 3 ) — 
• Darpa *. | gq». S9GIQj 9^—1- Impudence; 

pride; arrogance; haughtiness- 

> 1 ( +9<§- a ) «3^9« — 

2, Musk-deer. 

* I 95? OldGT— 3. Boasting; bragging. 
v l ©|8j Q^a— 4. Heat. 

* I 9§^I (§- 9OTI9Q) — 5 Musk, 
9 I SD9Q? (fj. Q9S1G9) — 6 t Terror. 

9 1 siiqj a^CniQ ©aiq. eof«8 qh^oi^q ,e©ia 

(@. €!93|ei€*)— 7. Anger or displeasure 
due txk wounded -vanity. 

> I Q$9 g — 2 - Oppression. 

qqo— «. 9 ( 99 «SL $© 9a~ai^=<3§T99Q9i+9<§. 

Darpaka a9 )-TO; 9I9G99 — 

Cupid; the God of love, 

?<il— <. i'^Qlag—1. Inflammatory. 

» I Q€§£>9— 2. Exciting; tending to 

incite. 
•M Ga'qsfelGKoP 9G9— 3 - Boastful. 
v 1 Q99 — 4 - Proud; arrogant . 

«a ©i 9Q9I— 69.$— «. 1 e©Ffi9 9h^q ot%«wim9 

. Dsppja .bhprsga kariba <$f$ ^g 9$9I — 

*K$*f ?Hl 1- To humiliate a persoa; to curb the 

^w^I *<Hl arrogance of a person. 

99&— S. § (<$a ai^L™ ^OOTI + Oi|. aQ)— * I «$* 

Darpana . qjjq— 1. ^ irror ; looking glass. 

J> \ Qfe8j aS— 2 The eye. 

* I aqpQQGaS — 3. The n ame of a 

mountain. 
v j W$Gag--4. The B atne of a great 

river, 

QfljQ- a. m. q? (9/+$ ai§+9$. a)— G9 as<*Q 

Darpahara 99^ og 9GQ — Crushing or curbing 

(9Q9Q — %l) ^ ne P r *de °^ another 

9991— 3. 9« (9Q C +9ftai^==9I3©€lQI + 9<f ® H U J~ 

DarpahS aQn 9<<§Q W-Oia© -Crushing the 

pride of another* 
9-QfQQ <9 9IS— A name of Bishnu. 

QQ9IQ -a%M-l°. (90+$ ai^+9$. QQj wiA9) — 
Darpah'ari 9Q9Q (G9Gi) 

(9fl9ia«l— $) Darfiahara (See) 


99 (ai§) — 3°. (<JQ^ai%+3Q}— ^19 99991— 

Darpi (causative root) To cause to shine; to 

illuminate 

999—3. 9*. (90+qg aa^'Q©)— w^OjW©— 
Darpita Proud; arrogant; haughty, 

99<£(^ — G9- W. (9°. 93%)— «© €199 — 

Darpishta(shtha) Very arrogant; very proud^ 

9€fl— S°- 9«. *■ ^ 99*+ as aa69. «fr 3 tfli. ^9)— 
Darpi e. j a9^i% 9I^9 5 crab— 

(9&l1 - 4) 1- Proud; arrogant; haughty. 

J 1 g©i9i$>9} gaial — 

2. Mighty; glorious. 
9^-9°. 9. 1°. (9 g ai^. 99ip<s 9991+9$. 9) — 
Darbba t | 933 — 1. A cannibal. 

(W-rWiqq) >-t g^SQg — 

2. Rapacious animal. 

,* I 9&I9Q Q$9£9 991 39l§!9G9lg 69€I9S» 

(§. -S1P9IQQ }— 3 « Name of a country of 

ancent India in the n^rth-of Punjab. 

* 1 655 €9a9w1 'eioSeafl (e". 9991Q9)— 

4. Name of a class of people inhabiting 

the a Dove country. 

* I §°S 9i§ - 

5 A mischievous or harmful person. 

91 . (QOQ) 9 (9°. 9,9s) — 9Q9 (G9«) 

Daraba (See) 
9£°S-sa o . S- q? ■ U 919910^ ^ISl— 

Darbbata 1. A gate-keeper; a porter* 

(9¥S W9iqg) -» I 9I« 999; ©99919— 

2. A village constable (Apte), 

9q b qi9— «°_. 9 ■ qr— ^ r Q<g— 

Darbbarika 1 Indra. 

(9^^19 — afliqq) ^ I 9i^[— 2. Wind. 

* I &Q<$ 9I9M QGa^ — 

3 A kind of drum. 

99*19 (Q0"II9) G^GQ. Q -999IGQ01I9 (S9«) 
Earbban (etc) w Daraban etc (See) 

(9«PI9^— B9iqq) [• 

Q^IS (Q9 t *l9)-G9^G9. 9.-999J9 Q©hI9 (€9«) 
Darbbar (etc, Darabara etc (See) 

(9¥l8-«9i%9) : 

99(^1;— *°. 9. (9 # ai^+«l o aCfc 9+Q)— ^ l- 9109 
Darbbi (rbbij 9^91 -a«9; Ot — 1 A flat stick 
(99" — ^iffiQg) to stir boiling curry etc, 

> I 9QOSi — 2. A metal spoon to stir food* 
while it i» over fire; a ladle 


99 91 


( +fTK ) 


9&> 


* I £$91 #$91 — S. A fire-shovel; a slice, 
w l atf9 — 4, A large wooden spoon, 

* I SIQQ EWH - 5« Serpent*s hood 

999f~ q°, 9 — (99"-i-qi6a. ff+ia)- 
Darbbika" *. | ^^(GQ*)— 1. Darbbi (See) 

> I 9GWGQKI (@. afiWICIQ)— 
<9®W— SIGiQfl) 2. Wild cabbage. 

*|Q««aa€Q 9Q ©Q)Q 9Q S§9 $$99/ 
a#9 9<3!9 (§• 399109)— 

3, A kind of collyrium prepared 
with lamp black. 
w1-*°.'"9. (9, ai%+st @!Ga. «)— 99 (S9«!) 

Darbbi Darbbi (See) 

Q9"19Q— <P' 9-— (9$9Jr5 9*1— EKII + Mtf— 
Darbblkara l . \ j ad"— Serpent; snake 

(9^»199— a9i^l) ^^ ^ w1 *«»* W <?§ 1 

v 1 (9^1«o|+99) ©\etfwiq9i§- 

2. The maker of ladles. ' ' 
Q9— a°- 9- ><99* a l§/- 1891+9$. a)—* 1 ^a — 
Barbha 1, A grass used in sacrifices and other 

religious ceremonies, 
"/ I 93 — 2. Clrass. 

[<^— <&H? 3919 331—919, as, «!««, GSTS, 
€119© 4 9^9 l] 

Darbha$a 1. A private or solitary room; chamber - 

-> 1 IS 39; €IQQ0W-fl9C-a^ Q9— 
2- A secret chamber inside a room. 

qq qjl— ^»,' i 9*.-^-<9fl9i9 '«ia (§. 393109) — 

Darbha pushpay* v • A kind of serpent. 

$9aq— e,°. 9<s. «*^(9£+gio&isa. asp— 

Darbhamaya v I £tf #99 — 
(qC^I— ^1) _ ^ 1^ Made of grass; 

J iSjW^IS; Q<$a$— 2. Abounding in grass, 
grassy; overgrown with grass, 

Q6*®ltfl— 69. 9tf. $!.— (9^49'qa QQ *t9W 319195 

Darbhahasi tf, 9^9l9|)— qg9|qlj r q£»!99 9l3«f 

916^1 — Sweetly smiling (woman) • 

9QH|— -fl|99. (G39S11Q) CQG9- 9* — 9§£fl (£9«) 
Dai-ya _ Daria (See) 


otf— *. 9. (9£ai^— G9a9i+a«Q*. a)— 

Darsa ( | aqi9l?W— 1. The day of the new moon, 

the conjunction. 

[ g— -a ©q og 6 qjjh 4943-0 $i9t%og gq*l 

Qa9l%^iQ fflfl 99— Apte.] 
-* I £t(€l9G€1€— 2. -Name of a vedic sacrifice. 

m l ( + §|S>. a) 9«9 — 

: - 3. Seeing; appearance. 
93. — Q«||l — One who seeaj seeing. 
q4q -q. 9<a. q°. ($a al§+9$. ■*)-*«. i 9q,i- ca 
Darsaka G9G«; 9Q991S1 — I. Seeing; visiting. 

9«9i 7-1 - j 1 (93^ ai^ So 9«T ai$+-«9)— 

Q£9l I *' 9dq9lj €9 G9«M — 

2. lowing a person round a place^ 
9. — ?. I G933I9IS1 — !• Visitor; spectator 

-> I ^IQQlft— 2. Door-keeper; warder. 
* I G9fel§ §9«il 91 9Q|€9 81909} 9^ — 

3. A person proficient in any art or 

science (Apte). 

v 1 csgf 919 arcK|9flfQQ^eefa9 aiQq.$QQ 

Qsfa'Sj 9g 2119 Q9SK1 — 3 - A- person who 
takes a visitor round a plaee; a guide. 
9$b-3. 9 (9^ a|^4-q9. «!»)— i \ a9€Q90; 
Darsana 69^91^ OQQQff— 1. Visiting; seeing 
beholding; looking at; inspection, 
J i 904 9g9^ — 2. View; scene. 
■• I @^q — 3 . Rule; code. 
*w I (+9Q^1 aff) Q®j a^— 4. The eye. 
* I C9*3 fliaifiipiQ; q<3|9l9— 

5. Interview; visiting. 
9 I $Q — 6. Knowledge. 
5? i (-f9#. a») ^Q— 7. Dream. 
r I 2l«3l«il9 €11% $■? €11% 5?«>gS 99"»l; ®§19 
SH9l^ Sl%— 8 * Philosophy. 

[3— q9Q^ 99Qai^ ^> qcieQ 9Q5 saej| — 
99»qr qj°4i-i, ao^ssj esiei, eo?©fl^ 911^ 
9^tQor e9eag9, ed999 «ilfli o 3i ^ 9iras? €99i^ t 
g^ aqi, aqaiqi 6 ©qqq ^iaq atf, Q19QQ 
a^q Qg 1 ! Q9119 Ga§* qi^sq &ej9o. ^<3 01^ 
9W ai% G9iqs3i<i i QQsqasi Sta OTdSQ giote 

9l»€Q qe«Sfl, GgGSI, 2flCl%tR 2119 S3§9qiGO 
9& $m Q®\ 9Q^GQ; «iii99 qa€Q Q§6$|aQ 
C^lfll, eiO v 6 Q°9^eQ <39 acq€i9!Gq 9d9€li% 
0© f |Q 9^6^ SJ9Q OTQflB J 


(i^«. 


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( *§r> ) 


Qtfflq 


£ 


t I $$— >9. Intellect. 

t° j Qa<8— 10, Mirror. 

£*. -I a$ — 11- Beligion. 

KJ I SJ^Qj GOG^q— >12. Appearance; form. 

t« i Gaieiiais>qrQ &W <w aqiq q.fj» — 

13. A kind of ear-ring worn by mendicants 

or Jogis. 

t* 1 SWflQIj Gq©C€IIOQ GWI— 

14. Becoming visible (Apte). 
t* I G9SIQ9I— 15. Showing; displaying; 

exhibition (Apte) 
VI SIlQI -.«HSL WflyQCfli— 16 - Semblance; 

aspect (Apte). 
W I «IQA9 n^Q<Si QQgQ — 17. Appearance; 
^ t ■-., '■:-: ;■> & fr&&ym&gj(m jQOurt) (Apte). 
<r i go— 18. Opinion (Apte). 
*<H Q6<Wh— I 9 . Intention (Apte). 

€9. ©—■«.■ I 6WgQfll<5_ 69 9QI — 1. Paying a 

visit to an idol. 

-> i q;. eq^qr wia — 

?. A name given to males. 
OS© Q€jQI— GQ. $ ~^ \ GQqpi— 1- To see; to visit- 
Darsana karibS j l OI%Q 91 qeifi? aq$L aiCi w * 
irfsrort; 3$N ^51T G94tol— 2. To visit an idol 

face to face; to have an audience 
with an idol or a king. 

<q€K> 6ai@i— w- «<a (sr ©efc+t. gsiqi)— gq£<?i% 

Darsana thoida 3!9IQs — Insignificant to look at. 

tf]0 9Q1 OS© SSIQI — QC1 I . 

gq Qiska acaiw Qt aaQia] 

Q8Q 69QI— GQ. $ -GQfel3 S>i^ji €9«ll GQ9I— 
Darsana deba" To become visible; to grant 
fH^CT®^; ^H^HI interview; to grant an audience 

to a person (.said of a king or 
great man), 

QiQ 91QQI—GQ. §— G6I«9 Qi§ Ql Qgq. GQ^jQiq. 

Darsana paiba 2I^.Q£]| QfQ| — To have a sight 

(<$$Q S&9I— ^aQi^a) or view; to get an inter- 

*pfa *tt^3l 3$h qlin view, 

Darsana pratibhu <5>|©$ pQffj eofo9 q«,§ Ql 

«l«fl WAS ©$*GQ QQSf© €991 6>flG$ 
5>l9tt G91Q3P! §Sia <?<.§- (Hindu Law) 


A surety for another person's appearance 
•or presence before a court of justice. 

Darsana miJjbB qfSIWlQ QQ GWI— 

ipfa ftefl Having an interview with an idol or 
35R fi=r?5iIT person. 

QSlQqSl— 3- © (£<$1 9©; 99*© + QQ)— aiS|$«IQ — 
Darsana labha Interview; audience. 

Qsfoial— «r. w. 9? ( QaQ+»a+acj; *«*. w ) — 

Darsanarthi q©| QiGQWlS^Qsfa QQQI^Q^O — 

(QiOlSsi— $1 ) Desirous of having an 

interview, 

Darsani ^ I GQQQI 6 qdl a^GQ^QI Q^O G^SJ* 

wffi aq ©i^sfleiGQ q§q<i- ggdl; gaicfl— 

^iffsft 1 A cash present paid by a 

visitor to an idol or Raja. 

aGff$ 69«ii oa"s) «?a§ gwj giosn. fl^iQ«Q 1 

> 1 fk>G) f g€qi, ©9qsg) ^«?^ ^»ai99i gas 

GQ?i 0©S^— 2. Visit; visiting fee; a 
cash present or prescribed fee paid to 
a doctor, pleader or Zamindar at the 

first interview 
* I Sief Q3QIQ; QaGQfeO - 

3. Present in money; cash present. 

4. A name used in endearingly calling a 
person named Darsana. 

GQ. 9^ — 9Q€1S> (G9«)— Darasani f See ) 
Q^©fl(tf)— OT. 9— t I9&; WQ1£?9& ^gi9l% 
Darsania(an) ?fl9gQ| 91a — A visitor to a 

shrine or an idol, 
€9. $$ — t. I QG^I© (GQ«)— 1- Darasani (See) 
J I 96ft QQ9I^"SBQQ (^§) — 

2 . ( a person ) Who has come to visit a 

shrine. 

Q€& @|-GQ- ^ ( Wtefll §QS«; a. 9^> )— QQQ 

Darsani hundi §§ 91 ^^1Q ©3^ ^Q giQQ ©Q^ 

^^gst GW1%9W 21GS — "A bill of exchange 

payable at sight. 
[ Q — §1} ©GO GO!S. GQSI I ]" 
Q^«iq— ^. ?«. q.°. ( <J€l^l^+9^. taq^j )— 

Darsaniya ?. I* G^^QIQ '€^ll€l*i — 1- "Worth seeing. 

2, Visible* 


•oa ©a<? 


( .•#*"-• ) 


Qfi^QQQI 


* I WQ; 3<$£W — 3, Beautiful; agree- 
able to sight; handsome. 
^Q«©€K^-*. © ( QG— ««IIWM C9IQB8 $a<^ £]I9IQ; 
Darsa bipad Q^gl@ )— ©Q, — The moon. 

-'Q^fllflfil— «. Q ($><! ©©; ,Qtf+3i3si)— V. I TOIQ^Q- 
Darsa jaminl 1. Dark or moonless night. 

-> I «IAI9WilQ QQ — 
2. The night of the new moon day. 

Dargayita al§_=-€Q«lQS>i+9<§- ©■ W t9.}— 

(©a*qpl-il ) ^ I ea W«I<1-1. One who exhibits; 

showing 
9 l'g9l€IQ — 2. Manifesting. 

* 1 ®a s6T«9 3i»Q 9a*fliq 9§sw 9a V 

q|«_$QQQQ G9«ll< - 3 - 0ne wbo 

shows round a place to visitors. 

GQ3IQQ 0—4. Pointing out. 
e. §— giQ9|a— A door-keeper. 

<MI(S^)QQI — SQ. ^ ( 5T- 93 ai§_3©, 9*^4. )^" 

Darsa(rse)iba ^ \ 9as> ogQ9i ; £9<3t|Q9l-- 

*Hfa 1- To show; to exhibit; to display; to 

3*3TRT point out. 

9 I (9€>OT) 3SI<a Qa§f?f© $QQIi Ql«i5i QQ9I— 

2. To cite; to adduce; to produce. 

* I SlffsQ <j£ ?B^^I Q§91 — 

3. To attract the attention of another. 

"Q^IQMq— a. 9 ( W^tKtoWil+TOiq — ^ia ) — 

Darsatyaya Blfl|9iqs|Q QQ^§j9l. ^$1 SJQEIQ — 

The 1st day of a bright lunar fort- 
night. 

-Q€f( ai^)— (i. 9d„ai^— C939IQ a©)— CQ511QP1— 
Oarsi (causative root) To show. 

-Q§9~tf. W ( QS^ai^+Stf- © ) — £ I e^GilQfMSIQ 
Darsita ^Q|j <ai9l 6Q<3IIQ 9»aiQC8— 1. Shown, 

9 I SOT O5 SQlIf©— 

2. Exhibited; exposed to view. 

Darsiba To be seen; to be found. 

*Ht (afl|-©WO|CQ © €>S GQI9 94 ©l§ I) 

Darsi <9 1— £ I 9% 03 Qsfa 9GQ— 

(QQSI — $1) 1. Seeing; viewing; beholding. 


? I €9 ©iSteiKl — 

2. Knowing. 

* 1 gi9!Q G9#9iQ a^ as; csj £93 aieQ— 

3. Having the power to see or to view; 

capable of seeing? 

v 1 #a aoQ9 Miai«j acworsi — 

4. Experienced. 

[ 9—4 €I9Q 9©$ W9IQ Glff- aw a® gser 

'w?9 aai— ^9alj, ag^al, ©§9efi, G9iwa*1, 
9Q (aii§)— a -^ 1 flow 9§9i ; 9wi — 

Dal (root) 1- To knead; to press together. 

> I €99 9Q9!— 2. To pierce. 

* i QQia aiQQi — 

3 To be exposed to view. 
v I ET51Q9I — 4. To split open; to cause to 

burst or craek. 

* 1 ( eg w ) £wi — 

5. To bloom; to burst ( as a flower ). 
Dal Dala (See). 

QQ«1I — glCQ ( q«lSNLQ ) ^ — g^SQ 3<$>Q Ql 
Dal-khg Q^gQ QLQI «|Q ©l€l| — 

Depressions or ruts or pits on a level 
road or embankment. 

Q(^q(^g@QI— aiGQ (a; ©w) 3— dl©sQ asw— 

Dal-dal heba To shiver with cold- 

( aai— QSl £!1QW€Q Q£}J^ G9Qg I ) 

Dal-dala(le)iba G^^l — 1* To become muddy and 
SW&QI 7 yielding to treading. 

? I (§«») op 6 Q\nq<si aj cwi; a,G0Q9ij 
6'Q© QO§\ — 2. To ulcerate; to fester; 

to rankle. 

OQ eiQQS I) 

gi€Q- (^Q^Q) ^— 21Q9I3 QfiQfl GWI; ©^ 
Q09I— To throbj"to palpitate. 

(aai— qqq €iq©9 q.5f c«ii aQ Qfi^wa qq i) 


oqpra 


( m 9rv ) 


90 S9K» 


00099 — G9. 9«- (*• ^ ai^=9©9l)— V I QQQI 
Dal-dalia qi^si gg; G9lfl» 6 Ql^Mj 91^? 91^ 

(qq9^— w<%a) c*€Jfl5 qwi«5l §l, 9' gqgq oq aw 

, wro 4 a§)G9G$ sjosaw; ft^i 6 

33I$5I a©aia»— !• Yielding like 

mud; soft and elastic. 
A I aop— 2. Clayey; muddy. 

• I a» 6 disfl^tq aiq q8^i (9*191 — 

3. Gangrenous; ulcerous. 
Q^6Q9I— flJW- («WWa) S— «ia 9§?19i ^SL 
Dal deba <§^ 619 SWiSW as$9i — 

To serve the food to a diner for the 

second time. 

Qfi^— giw. («wws* -Wold) 9 («. 299 9a#i$— 

Dalha Qgj (a|2i) — Deep portion of a river 

or lake. 

QQ— 2. 9* ( 9£ ai§==9Qia aiQ9\+Q$. a ) — 
Dala ^ j ciaQ ap— 1. Leaf. 

> I.ETQQ Q1Q9I— 2. fetal of a flower. 

* 1 G©it , aw; a% «£9; W— 
3. Collectien; multitude; herd. 

"*" I ^5 — *• Fragment; piece. 

5. Party; company; detachment; sect. 

9 \ 213,199 ^ia;01%«fi^?; Seath. 

r I ap^ d|$ — 8. Edge of instruments. 

e I Si^SrftQj ETG2 — 9- Blade of a weapon. 
*° I QlQQ EW9 ETia — 10. Blade of grass, 
£V I PIQigQlQ QS>© 93 ( §. SQSICIQ ) — 

11. Many kinds of aquatic grass, 

[ 9 — 9ft 9|9lgQIQ; ^)2il — ©er^)Sfl, G91ft*& , 
9Q© 9» I ] 

K* \ (+99. a ) Q£>G> — 12, Trampling. 
1* I Q9S9I; SQff; 399] — IS. Kneading. 
V* I qa 99Q 289 aw eri»—14. The split 
j half of leguminous seeds or pulse. 

w. 9— £ 1 giflQWlfliQQr fl&S9 ^ 3®$g1 

GQiql — 1, Faction or party in a village. 

■ 3 I Ol%QfllQ£ 6 3g<§993££_ GflQQ 3119$, 

©fl$a 9Q9I aiQ* G3QS £p 91 §Ml — 

2. Flower or basil leaves sent to a Deity 

for inviting him to. a rendezvous (G«90)- 


• I MQI 4 31*1 39Q QQ— 3. A party of 
musicians, dancers, singers etc. 

v 1 ( ogfct ei9 ) «n 9i.qai9 a»«5riQQ. sito* 
sfl^GQ l^i 91 %ai^ aisa qqoiqqi aG9 

a<$ §^QG9 99| 3IQ 9Q9I iOI 91 %QlG9 

«i«ll£HQ$9l ai^— 4. Solder; a fusible 

alloy to unite pieces of silver or gold. 

«&9Q«— G9. [9-1 I q»W €J«TO 9! G99I9SJ9 
Da]akarana Q^g-^G^ 1. A class of accoun- 
tants employed in the palace of a king 
or in the temple of a Deity. 

> 1 giolo £$eiiG9 qeisiias aspM — 

2. An accountant in the office of a Kaja 

ancient Orissa, 

Q«QI— G9. 9— flit 9l©l$aQG€IISM €SQ 91 9S&I 91 
Dalaka Q$%\ — A clod of clay or earth; turf; 
5t*t Wm sod. 

(w, 99S>I— W91%3 ) 

QQ9i(S9)QQI— €9. «— 9l?na 91 91? 9R9I G91Q 
Dalaka(ke)iba $^991; 9Q9I 6j09l — To burst into 

lumps or clods. 

(aai— Ait asi G9iQ^9i q\® ^Scigq 9^9i<i ) 

Q^G«I9— 3. 9. ( 93=ap + G9l ( 3; 9^9|^ )— ^QOQ 
Dala kosha qq— A flower plants Jasminum 

Pubescens- 
Q0@2fl—G9. 9^-G9 9»'<3W «l< — 0ne ^ho lives 
Dalakhia on aquatic grass or weeds. 

^^H^tWl . sQiQig Qoaai o^— sraacpi^ff. gsiia ao^i 1 

9—9^ QlSiq G99l Q^j GflQfllGO 9CW3W 
'SilQ 9% G£l§" G9I®I^ QI09 <3G9 9191 
2*9 <31IQ9ISl93§ 9lg <9 3I91Q «S199 

s«§)i eq 9G^ ^Q ©Q9igiq ^ai§9 §<3— 

An inferior kind of country bred 

pony or tat. 

Da^a ganjana A valiant hero, 

Qfi G1©—^. ©— Siga^; QQ2AQI €15 ( G9« ) 

Dala gandha ChhatiSna ( See )• 

( 9G»Q$— W$3 ) 

Qfi) 9©J(G9)Q9I— G9. 4?— 9Q Q3% 90^ Q§) G9Q 
Dala chhaida(rde)iba fi»ia^ QC1419 9Q G99I — 
m ' d? ffe$H ^RTl To clear away the weeds 

53 ^TqRcEOT from the surface of water. 


QQQQ 


( *$r* ) 


Q» G$69^ 


Daj^adaja In crowds; in batches 

Daladala *[ ( SMQ°QIQ OT3Ci£o, Coasts?, 

1, Shaking or vibrating violently 

on account of repeated booming 

sounds, 

V 89Q? €9IQOS 9101 fO.Q 

V l-W^a ( ©&«) 
2. DaladaliS ( See ) 

$— V | S8Q^ OIQhIQQ GQ!Q SO — 

1. Sound produced by the violent beating 

of many big drums. 

^ I S£f£^2. The quivering motion of any 

soft substance. 

Daladftlii Cleyey (land). 

qqo — «. $• ( <3©ai$+q$. «© )— 

Dajana * I flQQ- flOQ) — 1. Kneading; pestling. 
9 1 OflQ; ai$Q— 2 Punishing; crushing. 
* \ tWfl^O— 3. Pressing; oppression, 
v i ETtlQ^I; $9iQ«; eQQO— 4. Piercing. 

■ * I QGI $W; Q#£; 6a€ffk Q€!f>9| — 
'5, Pounding; pulverising. 
' 91 €3S«; QISQI- 6. Grinding; bruising. 

7. Treading; trampling, 
r I OTIQ— S. Destruction. 

?d"M|^ Q9I99 — (added to another 
word to mean) One who punishes or 
* crushes. 

Oa^ana Kneading 


Da la nirmmoka 9IQIQ ) — Qsf Qfl — 

A tree; Betula Bhoorja. 
QQGl— a. 9. 4* ( QQG + tf.'Q )— 
Dalani SQjj 6S9I; G&Q — 

"''A clod or brickbat; stones, 

Dalapa £ 1 QQ3Q— 1 Leader of a party. 
J 1 «M ( fi. aoai«Q )— 2. Sold, 

Dalapati ^ | 69l$l9 GTOl — 1. Leader of a 
IQflaiQ— «9iq,a) party. 

> 1 aS*Q 9*IQ »§— 2. The leader of a herd. 

3. The headman of a village community. 

# I SSOiaJfl— 4 * A commander of a body or 

company v of troops; captain of 

detatchment of troops, 

<3G)S(£r)&— W. $-®l$$ 91G1SJ <9 £MQ 9»©Q fldl; 
Dalapi(phi)mpi * qq g^ ( GQ3 ) — A kind of 
aquatic bird; Jala phimpi ( See )- 

<jnaqjn(«rt)— a. 9. %1. (<?»+« +*1. && Q^sls ^— 

Dalapushpa(ehpi) ©M; GQ©«1 — Pandanus 

Odoratissimus; Screwpine tree, 

qq QQ -a. $. ( <Qia G9iy© g9Q€i as? )— 

Dala baja ^ I GQI^lQ ^g, 9^—1- All persons 

of one's party; a body of followers and 

adherents. 

oa as§ oos 1 © cap siisqgq 

5 I GtQMQQ— 2. Troops. 

• I CKtOQ Q^s ^asl^ Qh^q^ — 
2. Eetinue; attendants, 

Qffl 91^91— W. ^— eai^l ^IWIj G«» 9IWIj 9§ 
Dala bandhiba q h ^ 91 «(I9 <9$ 39© QCl^i — 
^f«TTt«f1» Tf^^^T To form into a group or crowd 
$*¥ ^T^Rt °r herd; to herd together. 

QQ G9G9Q— 69. 9— ^ I aiQ^aiffqr ^Qj 9^IQIQ — 
Dala behera 1. Headman among Paikas; 

Jamadar. 

^ I giqQ aQ r tQ — 
2. Headman of a village. 

* I Q\$® SIQQ ara — 3 - The headman of 

of a community of the Hatuas. 


us* 


<&& 


( m W9 ) 


9QI99 


v i giflQ q$g 2«i$ $sq€Q q«h 9i^ 
4, The headman or representative of a 
village in revenue matters, 

«Jfl— e§G9- 9. C 9*1. Qfil5=G9l^ )— 

Dalama * I 99 92H99 QSI99d aiflQloq— 
yftSlW 1. Materials collected for a building 

STOfr ^W or house; building materials. 

> I 69lsl — 2. Load- 

SI69. («<VWa) 9—9© 9$ QIC— 

Big timbers fit to be used as rafters 

and beams. 

QG>gi€}€fl— sr. 9— esq©* 31% («. a93i«9)— 

Dalasfirini Arum* 

Qtt€ie(©1)— a. 9. (9»=a$+3©—%t)— 
Dala sUchi (cbl) ^ | 9<qi9 ; 9«M— 1. Thorn 

> I 99$ «S9 3$>69 941 aw— 
2. A tree with thorny leaves. 

QQ) - 69. 9. (« 9ft H|$)—t 1909— 
Dala 1- Trampling; pressing. 

•> I TOi 9i§9 91 €«3I9I9 €Wqi 91969 9§9i 
$1 «©9|~2. Massage. ' 

■ * 1 QIQ fl» 9Q Q€Q o©9r ep— 
3 The placenta of a cow, 

* i 69191% a§i 9wi e>s6$ ©isiq 691$% 

qQQj — 4. Pressing and pounding of the 

testicles of a horse to geld or castrate 

him. 

* I 3991; 09S9I— 5. Kneading. 

Q$—<L | Q09;.6aiq 69IQ^9I — 1. Rubbed. 

-ffsfl qoi £«iGQQ»icr1 ewiflBi i sogqi, goto i 

331g«t J I 09*1 69IQS19I— 2. Kneaded. 

* l W 69IQ$191— 3 « Pressed; trodden 

down; trampled. 
v | ©a '^Sfi — 4. One who tramples or breads 

down or subjugates. 

[ g— <9i aiai9«s©8 as* €9 seer qg G9IQ < 
«a 9ig 9GS| i aai— ot^gkj w»i i ] 
<»l«— 69. 9. (*. 9aoQ)— i I «^s«r Q9Sis?GS<a— 
Dalai 1. Family-title of a class of Sudras. 

^ ^ i gia Ql£|9 — 2. tillage headman. 


©QIC* a^SQ SpQ Gig t qo I 

33*rar - • i 9SI9IQ; «iQ9?iiqq9 eei9— 

3. A Jamadar; a head peon; head constable. 
9Q|(SfS)Q9l— 69. $\ (99919 ' g[S^^l)~ 
Dal5(Je)ib5 aQ^giq 9»I99 9QQQI — 
tfSTft To cause another person or a thing 

^aviSR to be pressed or kneaded. 

9Q|(GQ)Q 6§9l-€9. $—©69 SK^giq 909 91 fl9>9 
De2S(le)i heba ^991 — To be pressed or trampled 
cfe*tfa by another; to cause another to 

massage one's body. 
9»ie Riffsi 9»iQ cwoq §cr^o to?i qew I 

<?(3I©9— Sf. 9. (9a+»9)— «. | £(°eig 99— 

Dalar^haka l . Wild sesaamum. 

J I G9%— & Bed ohalk, 

* I 9l9€9€i9-^-3. Mesua Ferra. 

* I 9q« (€9«)— 4. Sirisa (See) 

* I %<3 (Wfl) — 5. Kunda (See) 
5> i GI99^1> 093919 8919— 

6. A species of Butea Prondosa. 

9GUS- 6$69. 9. ( ffl. 9IQ^)— ^ I 69IOI99 

Dalana 1. Building. 

W^Tt^ ^ | S691<^ C9|Sq|- 2. Eoom. 

3t$tH ^ I OR,! 6 0Q9I €910^1—3. Hall. 

v I £t*U 9IQ3I— *• Long and spacious 

veranda. 
QfiSiQfi) — 69. 9—* 1 0999 flil69 $6^a — 
DaJSdali 1- Mutual quarrel. 

(99i9» — roiqg) -? i giqe9 ^Q 9Gqal 9»£? 
vrcll^Rl flai69 ©919 — 2. Party-feeling 

^^T, 13 ^55 or factions in a village; party, 

spirit. 

* I $9; 9919— 3. Fighting; wrangling; 

conflict . 
v t ©31©% 9$9IQ ©891 — 
4. Repeated pressing. 

* i 9§9IQ 9991 — 5. Tramplings. 
9 I S9991 99CI09 — 

6. Creating of rival parties. 

QGO OGQ QQI<?0 QSCl OGft «>9§ I QQ|C), €l!09^ * 

$» | QOIflQI (69«)— 7- Dal^malS (See) 
r I 29B9% ^^ ! — 8 - Mutual pressing. 


-QQI0OI 


( «9C9 ) 


qqq9w>i 


QQ\ SHBI— TO. 3- ( <Q\£ TOW «9Q3 flQ ) — 
DalamaJS QglGSi^lj OOttoQt— 

w*H^*li Massage; brisk rubbing of tbe body. 

BalSl Broker; commission-agent 

■qqir— C§to. e (ffi. q*i«i)— i i «$ qscjcq sag— 

DalSli 1. Commission agent-, tout. 

srrgf&Sfl; 33| g ft 2. Broker's commission or 

percentage, 

3. The business of a broker, 

■$>»—<&... $ ( QO , Sl^— €TO W9I + ^. Q ) — 
Da li G©Q ; CiSHj fl«d §S|— Clod of earth. 

QTO-^3. 9 ( QO ai$-|-ofl. 09 )— QIO— 
Dalika "Wood. 

■QftlfiUR— g»9 (£«»W0 6$TO. 9 ( : Sfl/$9GR )— 
Daritfu)] " ^'IGQO^WI^-I^ Parlour; drawing 
5ffi^ ';.; room. 

%$&m ' : y\ 9Q§JI— 2. Veranda. 
' • I QQ91Q «3Q— 3. Durbar hall, 
v I Q6ff9$ — 4. The bottom piece of a 

door-frame; door-sill. 

Dalita lv S J ^ '- -■; G9IQa»—l- Kneaded. 

J> | ^fQ' TOJQ$P% «*«— 
2. Subbed; bruised. - - 

*il#%l$©— -3. Pressed. 

■tf i ^«lf 9— 4. Broken; cut, 

* , §»—*$. Crushed- pounded. 

^ , Qf©— .6. Powdered. 

§> 1 S18©— 7. Subjugated^ 

r I $$S>Q— 8 Oppressed. 

t I 9Q0— 9- Divided; split. 
*• I QStfO—* 10 - Opened. 
«A I Q$ l©-***- Full -blown; expanded. 

<L> I G«igiTO flQUatfta^l-^ > 
12 3 Trodden; trampled. 
v» 1 §yg— 18 Destroyed. 

DalitaHjana 09 „©— ^ell rubbed collyrium. 


o«Qi— to. 3* '(«-' oa aj§)— « I TOWIj T 9»G Wl; 
DalibS ACQ QQQI— 1- To press together; to 
ffarj ■ . ■ • knead^ 

(^€^|-^%a) 2. To destroy; to 3ruBh. 

ace seft «wo ot«§ ca «o 1 

taS<S|8) • I ■(«, 8«*>i») 9Q!€! «JQI— 

■ , 3. To destroy. 
awa qio9 9^ aQ 00 1 

r I 3091$ flOTOI} ©$?9I — 

4. To bruise; to tread; to trample, 

os6« q* qo, q«iq esq ©o, 

q qoQ $351 3ptq$Q l 9©gja"i. sicr1© t . 

* I Qgff $©9I Q€* QIS1QQ 9^ TO9I; efl?il TO9I- 
. 5. To press and give bodily pain, 

qg&I— tfSro. «. (wot)- ( ffi- «k^— qj§|, o© )— 

Dalil GOJei^ Qg^Q ^9 M€| r Q— 
sf^*l 1. Document; a deed; any thing in 

?mfim writing, 

J I Qf$S> 231(3— 2. Evidence in writing; 
documentary evidence 

Qftfi^©€JGQQI— TO. 3- (Q©Q2li)-GQT«§ Qft« 9«|fl€© 
Dalil karideba G««l a?* 9Q 9§«© V WTO9I— 
^5f ^rt To duly execute a document. 

(9«Q 3^lQO QftQI; QSlQ x TOei-«Gi$3) 

Dalil karta q#|QQ QQaiO— A person who exe- 
(Q^Q Ql©l Wff^^a) cutes a deed; the executant 
(QQfr flSJOl— W®) of a document. 

Qs^as goia— to. «. (q©qm)— gsq saw ,q«5rcq 

Dalil gata pramSna 2li<— Evidence contained 
jffspr ^5 ( 2|^rt 6 f in documents; documentary 

evidence.- 

Qft^gWI— TO. $ (OWWO— 63Q ^^Q ^89SQ 
Dalil grahlta Qfi^ 9^109 69lQai<— 
irfiw <3$tel A person in whose favour a docu- 
(QQfi^ qSa©l^-«ff*»S?) 1 mont " executed. 


««.«?3i^ 


( «*nr ) 


9a eiQQiQ 


title-deeds. 


O^Qftl§)0— 6§€Q. 9. ( ETI.) ( 9999 89; 9©tt*I$ 
Dalil dastabij 9$909)— &qs> ©9€t*9 2fl9^- 
fffsffl^tfTO Deeds and documents; 

<mw^9cm— 69. 9. — (sew)— ^ 

Dalil pramana $09(80 gfl|«i - 

ffi^ jSjsrft - . ■ 1- Documentary evidence. 

> \ fi$o ©oa r ft- 

2. Evidence in writing. 
QQ 6§9I— 69. «?. (9OTI9 fcfolQi)— 

Dali heba * i £T|f 99l> Cft 699[- 

Wt Tf*3l 1. To burst. 

<9» 69IQ99I— a9^a) Qft © gskwq qpi sei 

909^01. ©saws . Q-cte i 

> I gcTo 6991; 69€© G9QI; 90Q C99I — 

2. To be crushed. 

qr «i§> 9gg> G?s> eeicj qo; 

* ! wigiq wig* 6991— 

3. To cause to be rubbed by another, 
Q§*0-69. 90. ($. Q») — ?. I QQaJ— 

Dalua 1. Full of aquatic grass; full of 

water-weeds. 

y*r\ &*$£** 6991 <®\%. w (eft)^— 

^; C^^h«ipa^ti1^^&is^)idv(.aB water 
mixed with acquatic weed.) 

* |.9Q^et (69®) — 3.,Dalakhia (See) 
SIOT. ( «aw ) 9— 49©ISiq Q<3I — 

A class of peasants in Gafijam. 

qGQQ— 69. a. (91a 9i$$qrQ 91a a© 9t9$s> w)— 

Dalei <3j|sg — Eat ( addressed by the keeper to 
W^T?; %$ an elephant J. 

1 96sa- «ffi%p ) 

96G>Q- €9- 9— 9Q|Q ( 693 ) 

Dalei Da lai ( See ) 

( qqS — aiQi^a ) 

9€)~£. 9. (W€l v a!^=Qi^ 01091 + 33 = 99^ €tQ> — 

The number ten- 
ttfl™^« £°e:**Q — Numbering ten. 
[-0— W a© "9§ q?«i«f9 f aaGQ «ia 9i98© 
-9<l I Sal— 93 M 69Q 9ISGQ 969 sf §91 G9§ 
9ISG9 99 I j fc 

ipl 69. 9—^ I q^qiaiQa— 1. The public- ' 


693 QS 6 99 <3« VIA 9Q 31^ PI9I§t-6^©9 

«au qi >9-9-n>t 1 ) • 
> 1 g© 9h^q 99® 1 ° w a&$ eagf 
aegiqj^iflK? Q9 aw, w§ aa^9as 

999 9^9i ^s^ — 2. The funeral cere- 
monies or rites performed on the tenth 
day of a man's death. 

Q€l -81991 Q— S. 9.— ^ 9»© 6 If%aift9 6 qa«%[ 
Dasa abatara aiag, Q^t^a ?SJ«^ 4WS^ ^ a as ^ 
«99Qti1 91 fin9%aai9tfl — The ten incarna- 
tions assumed by Bishnu in coming 
upon the earth to deliver it from 
sin or oppression. 

ff§9; a^JSjfl; g^ 9QQ9; 'Sfii '««j1 I] 

€1^,69 «)g €9 6969696^ 4QSI6Q sf.9«*|SJQ q»| ^IQ 
G9& 69IQ $\< 6?l€969Ga ^©9W 9i$^ Ql a 
9€l ^S)?l|OQ ^<S>IQ 9€i9l ©9S^ ,QQ9IQ ai^9%Q 
a«« ^€1 q^GQ 2i9g§ 69 IQ W^^L ^ 9I $®$ { 
giaiQ«169 S0»« WWflG® 069*19 V° 2IQ9IQ SQI 
9| TOHiQi «iGQ5? ?]9©IQ aQ ^GSi I k ai^l9 s 
9^199 Evolution theory 91 §9^9 919 QGGT Og 
9€l 219W 9i9%%«9l 9S19I 69f^9(99 I 9[Q$\ 
(Darwiti) (J9 99^9 919 ^Evolution] theory 

303169 g<«^!9Qr9 9aa99IQ $991 96^ QI9- 
9^6Q 99^ftQ C1Q Ci9 a^%a «9q 691319 69«l 

saw 1 aai— r sia^ aafl, 9^4 ^^gq i *^% ©9$q 

9iq Q9^09 (698 qflq »»6Q 6 «% ^^S ^ QeSi 
9QQ3 9%?J9l) f 9@a' I 9QQG9, 3»®3 (a«i©i°a 
«Wq ^969 6 W 8^919 ©ft 91 atJGQ .909a9i'3l) 
'9^9' «6969ft^ &«L ^f|Q ®$ity I tf 9^9 J QG9 
*Q£i9' (aa'i^wai aq.6 aai fl© 1 ^ 6 ©19(9^9^. 

6^«) / ©9369 '9(39' («iai9-gqg, 2JQ s 9S% 6 9g 

«^«hQ q|iqiq gig, G9IQ..Q. 391 gosh) 1 ©Q96Q 

'a^qtf ( siai© v 04 -Ki©i aiQ 9 g9i 6 %$>§£{ 

n§$ 219219 flWi; ©1919 aii 6eiif <i ©Swq 

(jplQ- ) I 99J169 'iigft' ( 9£JI9!£<SiJQ Qg 6 

^9ti| 8j 6 WIG 1 <9 9» , i aQGt«96Q 98 flffgi, 

9§ ^€ 99^169 ©l«OI Q^i 9SI © ?t9l Wfil) I 
OM6Q f 9»9?1 3 i q€mi 6 «giQ9^QQ flffqs ) j 

90369 's^' [ asTflttfioi qg 6 aaiiq^ai 
(spirituality) q^ gc<ai ] 6 ©9369 ^ftj* r a99>!9 
(3191 <1 aiJi^ 69lft6>l8T>5 <l 99 39196^ 93„9 6 


oa «wro 


( «^ r « 


<3>a otf9F 


qsjsjq Goiacsuei- 6 Q^ai© <a*rQ9i 9**§p i 

99^G> 919Q $»Qi a©i»5 «J$?IW 6 ^ej£Q€l- 

g9 ae* f] 

Dasa angutbi 6€HQ€) QS» G«l§ ®<2tQ — The ten 
vft *aj|y( fingers of both hands or toes of 

(qa aqo— «©iq,a) both * e g s . 

[9 — W9 «ICj2q Q|0— 
^©1 aero (a. ©050— Thumb. 
9ft *lGrj3 ($N osfca)— Index; fore finger- 
g£ natd (3. ayq|)~- Middle finger. 
QIQ «OCrp (3. 2IQI9qi)~ King finger. 
Ql« acr<3 0?. 9©<|!) —Little finger]. 

Dasa angutbi patire ptira(re)iba GQQ-ggGWI — 

To be very avaricious. 

Qei6}9($)Q-€9. 9<a— (a.OOTIQQ)— GSigT a© MHQ 

Dasa uta(tt&)ra £IG9 99 Mil ai<Oaeil 0€t^©Q€lS9j 

3*ftera,9tRTC 0€IQ«Q $$3 ) — ( a certain 

hundred) Prefixed to the number ten. 

qsiq— 3. m— (Qa+aQflWica. o) — *. i $a9 qia©G» 
Dasak* Of Qa §IS1£J (Mil); «WQ aqrQ ^gsi 
$$^913 »% SlilGS* qpi gifiiq W«) — 
1; At the tenth place; multiple of ten. 

} I Q€l &*V — 2 - Tenfold. 
^_^ 1 93 q$ 3 9«$— L A decade. 

> I Qa M-iiQ'qfli9iQ— * 2 - A unic o£ ten * 

Multiplication table relating to ten, 
Dasa kantha The ten-headed demon, Kabafla. 

OSQC^-eOGQ. 9 (STL Q3<8©J- «S€i— Signature, 

Dasakat 

W^PW; ^Sef^l (98«I9, 9i©— aw^p ) 
Q€l9ai-G9. 9— 0<s 69^9$© a$IQ mi qi 3*aq— 

Dasakatha ** ^ Various matters. 

Q€!Q®-G9, 9. ( *• 9tfW>Q)— QM— 
"Dasa kandba Rabana; the ten-headed demon. 

Dasakandhara R5b^na;1ihe ten-headed demon. 


, 9W*©o«»o a^%«9 g « sua 

Q€i9^—«. ©. (oa+otf; ©&>i) — a* (313^ ap^J 6 

Dasa karma G§ai)aiO<3rQ a^faiQ ap WanQ^i 
Qa G«l^ 3$1Q — The ten prescribed ^ 
rituals required to be performed by 
the 3 superior castes amongst the 
Hindus before entering the world ; 
the ten prescribed rites or sacraments 

of a Hindu boy. 

£ q— t0 3$iq sal — €iq c ap, TOQ 91 WW, 
dfle^i^o, oiop^; ^i^qq^, ©%ifl«, -*<i)9ia©, 

O^I^Q^l 91 Q^S9a, QaQSjO, qfllQ^fl* 91 9919; 

G9G«> ft^Wia^fl ^«* *g»69 ^Q W ^^SQ 
9919 £91 OT G«lf SUff $$ ^l»l ®Q Wfll 

Dasa kaila Too old; nearing the grave. 

Q€l^piQ QQ© — 3. 9.( 99S191IQ + OQO; ^1 ©O )— 
Dasakumara charit a ^1sj Q©© e^© gjaffi!^ 

S3§GQ 9fl6«ll? q©w«5r ©Q© 9f© G9fQ- 

qq — Title of a Sanscrit fiction by Dandi 

relating the adventures of ten princes. 

QSIGQ G€£S— fllW- (« q ) 9-QIQSQ 991Q G-31091 

Dasake chota 9lf ( Qq$ ) €«1SQ Qa^ ^OQI© 

(ffSQ)— The tenth stroke in 
cowry-play. 

Q3 £q| _ €Q> §_ qGLQ M Qff 319 GS3Q 9^ OTgQ 

Dasa kriya §^l 91 qSflWIO 3©9i§$ «HIQ ^Stp 

^f*l^ ©9^ ^(99 9qai<— The funeral 

rites performed by a man's heir during 

the ten days of his death. 

Qfil ©QQ - W. 9— K\ qciQ ^° W 0&9 ^W^l a«^l 
Dasakbapara 6 q«ll« GQQ?i9l 9^ 9a^pGQ 

€30* <aaq 91 ea^aeQ ««a ^^ q© 9^q 
€g©%§!i ^<— i- Bits of eartnen P ot 

in which rice etc is boiled to offer Pi^da 
(.oblation cakes) at the bank of a tank 
to the Preta (or unreleased soul or 
spirit) of the deceased daily for 10 day& 

of the funerals*. 


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QQ^oar 


9 I q^S) 0919 $Q $£ji 4IQQI GQQ GQQ 

9igGQ 3ia 6 49 <rc?p 3Qfl qq 

©§GQ q$«$, $© GQI§>C3 0Q QQ CIIGaiQSI 
S9£}GQ QI?GQ SJ3IQ G9Q «§« $JO- 

sn^GQ QI69Q $« 6 G9g ggsjGQ s>g© 

8|3GQ $9 fllSQi 9CI9I5 — 2. An earthen 
pot in which rice, ghee and molasses 
are fried to burning and which is made 
to float on water and then struck with 
a stick on the tenth day of the fune- 
rals. 

<3>€lSqi— 69- $- — ^1$ Q$ — Funeral rites per- 
Dasakriya formed during the 10 days of a 

personary death. 

Daa* kshira ciiqq, Q$q% <$tQ, G8»Q, «Q*€Q, 

CI8Q ) — Milk from ten species of 

animals prescribed in the Hindu 

medical book Susruta. 

Q€iai$— 3. Q—i i a^QQ oaf gaiff aer— 

Dasa gatra 1. The ten chief limbs of the body. 
> I SJ«Q 09 QQ 3$$ QqQQI G3$ otf 
( @. W3IC1Q )— 2. The funeral rites 
performed during the 10 days of a 

person's death. 

Q€igia1— «. o. ( Qagw+Q© )— qq giaQ awi^ 

DasagrSmi ^ft ^©qg; <o ? g| fl Q ^Q— 

Q$9iaaQ 1 Q Q The holder or proprietor of 

W® J ^ ten villages. 

Q€19lQ— 3- 9. ( 9a + 9M; Q§£l§ )— QgiQfij ^ €Q<2i ) 

Dasagriba Dasakantha ( See ) 

QSQQ— 91. S>. (tt. 9€l9q)— 1 I W*Q4<jQ€lfl1 — 

Dasaghara 1. The tenth day of the bright fort- 

f*t53l night of the month of Aswina. 

-> 1 63i«S flWQ q§ Qafll— 2, The tenth day 
of the bright fortnight of the month 

of Jyeshtha. 

[ § — < qo qcncqw ©sw^ ^acriaio 
gsiigi gag, i ] 

Dasachandrama ©^ — I, The moon of thenew- 

* moon day. 


2 Ten moons. 

3. Scar caused by the nails 
sea s<?q asr «;aj 

Q€l CMI — GQ. 9— <* I Q§3SiQ Ql a©6«( Wi9 S»§— 
Dasa jana 1. Many or an^indennite number of 

Jf*|BRl 'persons. 

^3T{firaf i sen - e«i <3Q^_ ©qci m «ngia§, «<i 
(qci"qq— -tiQ^qa) cti « g^q qq goq© gqiq q* 

> I 991 9«Q-— 2 Ten persons, 
DasinS Ten annas, 

©Q — ©QSI! = ©© a«l; €i^l==^Q 8I4I| l] 

0«9 — 91. $3SQ- ( ffl- W|©) — * I G^9— 

Dasata 1. Trouble. 

if$*rc ? I O^tt — ^ Pain. 
^^T?T * |Qq — 3. Fear. 

Dasati , . A hundred. 

Q€1§0— G9. Q— ^ I QQ^Q G3Q* G©lOGQ 99 QQ 

Dasatutha affi§ q© 9^Q GgGS)IGQ€lHGQ Q€l ^qi 

W^tfe ^Qiai< — !• The bank of a river or 

QSIG9IO ) Q ft * a »t where a man offers oblation 

QCIQIt J cakes to a deceased ancestor 

during the 10 days of his death 

in performing his funerals. 

J I QW $Q 961 ^OGQ Qq8Q| ^qi (S ^J^!- 

qjQIQ gigi $*9| — 2. The funeral rites 
performed on the 10th day of death by 
the heir and the sacrament acts includ- 
ing shaving and bath undergone by 
the relatives of a deceased person. 

Qa$6a)— gq.q— k 1 (aiasGss) ©a gm1q si^caqT 

Dasatuthia Q\Q® Qa 6QIOGQ g3gQ9©i QGQ"^ 
Q€!GQlSa 7 !• ( an aDUS i ve ephithet) An 

QSQlf «fl j a ^'*^- 3 inferior class of Erahmanas 

who officiates at funerals* 


-QSTMI 


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Qa Qt9l 


-> I 93 9OGQ 891391 SJ«H — 
2. The cloth, worne at the Dasatu^ha. 

Very inferior and small (cloth \ 
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a© CSS G9KMIM I] 
-Q« Q€ll — Q. 9- ( 9€I+9SI; ©tfai )— ' 

Dasa dasa <> i flt«i $|99Q ^3 aogi — 

1. Ten stages of a human life. 

[ <3— 9a a^ai, saai— crifoia, o% ora, 
cotoio, €afa$, Gates, aw*, 99, giacqa 4 
stasia i ] 

j> i 010199 o-»§9 Qa GQtt a9gi— 

2. The ten stages which an unrequited 

lover experiences, 

[ g — 9a wfii, aar — aoora, $$1, « 4 Q, 
«i oao, qgw," gsia, QW, 9hI3,- ©9®t4 

* i q$o oa e«ij* «ai— s * Tne fcen stages 

passed .by. a devotee. 

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§QS!9 1] 
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Dasadana 0^891 9S9a ^Q 919 — 

1 . The gift or present of ten specified 

articles offered by a man at his last 

stage of expiring. 

[ 5— 9Q aSQ fl^^GflOqgqtGQ^O 0Q^9 

09€"3©«<l1 WKJL ^l 6WI% 3Q© G91Q §<S£I£S 

WW $Q§ I «o^ cag sq^ §>qa9GQ Q$1| 

591a aiaoi ?<M?Sft sic* flQQi ^*% S^^SL 

9a gqi« oio QGQ 1 oai-— goi%, 38, qpi, 9$, 

q$i 91 aiofliflSoi, ©Hi 9i ao, qlf, Q9, ©qqi& 

CWI I ] 

-» i 9319 93 sei«»Q 9IS — 2. The throw of the 
dice resulting in the turning up of 

ten points- 

aaieQ gs oa ©» t 

ee^SQ S9 aes »ia I si©), eo 4qo i 

<?a>^— '«. 9— 9Q9,<3&a, q^ o%a, aff, ^, «aio, 

Dasa dik GSQ®* €^ 6 a*l8 <g 9« 90 — 

The 8 points of* the compass and the 


• 
points above and below a man; the ten 

directions, 

<3>€l Q^aiQ— «. 9—09010 ( S^S ) 

Dasa dikpala DikpSla ( See ) 

Q€IQQ — €9. 9. («. 0€l + 09)— ^ 1 9a«^W«) 
Dasa diga 1. Dasa dik (See) 

^dl$*T 2. All the conceivable points or 

(93 9s— aoiqp) . directions. 

Q8Q61 S8IQ WlOl— W. 9.— «°Q^9H§i^ €991 — 
Dasadiga andhara disiba Being puzzled; 

*r»#? ^a4H W^T TtWl bewilderment. 

(Qaset ci^i eofll 991— a^%a) 

Dasadwara qio, ^Q ftl9, ^Q »9, <^ flfl, <^? 

The 10 outlets of the human body, 

Dasadha 1. In ten ways; ten sorts of. 

5 I Qa^«a — 2. Ten fold. 

* I <3€l 2IQ—3. Ten times. 

Dasana ^ \ <yjj Q|^— L.Tooth, 

-> I a<¥QQ «igqei-2. The peak or summit of 

a mountain. 

3. Armour; coat of a mail. 
v I (+qQ. S*^> — QW; QigjW— 2 - Siting. 

* I SO QftflW— 5- Weight of one Paia. 

<qi€)Q9^ -e- 9. (9%] 00; oao+a«)— to— 

J)asana patra Lips. 

q€jq ogo -3- e. (<w+9s ai^-asiw r ^9i+ 

Dasana basana 3ft)— 6^— Lips. 

Q€tfi>Qig— 2. 9 (w + oa aifc+WL a)— to— 

Dasana bSsa Li P 8 ' 

<5>€i&<n»-a. 9 (9?§1g; oao+w)— ow— 

Dasana bija Pomegranate. 

<S>e]9!®l-69. 0'«9« ft91 9«*i0 OI?T— 

Dasa nardi The ten blood-vessels said to run 

"■*■ in the human body. 


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Qa"©i aa'gi gefKM <§ ©» t 

•C6V €Q O^Q I OS 9191 GQ3 CS1£ [I 

Q<$tGQ Ql©i<3 — QSGS 9^0f I I 

8IIO €9IQ SC^QI <j§ GQ G>9fl I 

gi©1. frseqQqi 

Q39lflrt QOMIQ1— G9- 9— 93 QflfeRg WSlfllGSQ 

Dasanami sarimyasi 3ft,9l£|j $Wql9€» CONGO'S) 

WWtft^Wt^l A sect of ascetics endowed 

<fcWMta*?(ftiff with ten titles; notes under 

Sancyasi (See). 

[ g~~*.o ^g jaai— v <$£, ? aga, m 99, 

5|Q«i, ^ c Wi «W^io €Qqq$? ^3QC Q *9*l8- 
«gQi^% ac<n$q.€& 9a Sjggq 999 9q osiqqt 
tflQf QQ9Q O^QTaGQ ^Qt so ( mi— G9!9<9 o 

go, satol flo,4jGOT ao, ai99r so ) gieia qq- 

3GS* «9 gC9«i9 SOGQ GQ9, 3Dq$i 09- 90 G399 

S19G9 §9^ 6 q$ 9ngq g3$ i aai— g%a, geia, 

G©99«* <§ 9Q I 9§<^l9q?9 9^9«» *flfl6SI9l, 

GQ9CS19I, 2i®^G9Qi, 909 ao tf^gsi 6 s>qa ^ 
n flo$©|® C99aio i (§91910 gqis 9$Q$gei9 

iidi q^tiQQ i) ] 

Q«a-G9. W. ^ ( awi 9P SGtf $H9fsr )-Q9S|§ij 
Dasani 9S}9S%I — Toothed ( female ); with 

(9391— 2I9h%Q) tooth (female). 

Q€i®— €9. q ( a. 9«i9l ) — v i 9a 9«— 

Dasandhi 1- Ten years. 

iprftr -* i 9a 9*9ifiQ ^fl% 9* srai9i9— 

^gt«T 2- A decade, 

Q€ia©€1 — G9, §—*. I 2JIOa©S G«£j fflfllGXJQ 09^919 
Dasa pachisa Qgj§> £«. 9§9|$ G«Q — 

( Q€»a©§— «fiw%a ) 1. A kind of game with 
ff*f*|f§*f cowries played by women 

[3— <g G3»G9 v M efllOliil ,9 991 9Q94 
qQ 9ft ^QGQ 39 Q G«»§) I <9 9QI 9@§) 90 
€9IQ a?>GSi «:• 6 ai$99i €>© G9IQ a^G^ ^^ 
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^^ife^ G9. etfr— (95 z£m^ ^ €t «i9i99 wq)- 

Of indefinite number between 10 and 25. 

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GQG9 <@€tQ 919^ 9^9919 9©ai§ I flai— 69" 
SI9G9 9€1 a©€) ©SI 6Q9 aW" a eii© V«% ?l^9 
6 ^*% «JiQ <9Q GQ9 ?(€^ I ^^QQ *9€l 
919 ? f 9«) QQ9' 'Qfil G9l^<i , *9€l QftS* Q9hI0 
€199 9*19919 «9 I ] 

Q«iaa'(W)—69. 9~^9t9 09 €1Q9)©9 Olfl — 
DasapftlSdla) The name of a Feudatory State in 

Orissa- 

^9i ?}Q I G9f9Q 9G<3 Q9W *°° 9« 0G^ <5g 
q©^^L V»^ 9Ww 9Q^Gfi[ ! 9eia^i qs»9^i 'Q«' 
Qeti^Jl^ -^ai§^_ Q©9l?i i ] 

Q«iaiQflOI^Q— 3. 9— 99CQ9 ( 8. 99«IMQ )— 
Dasaparamitadhara A name of the Buddha 

( 9999, 9«^9fl, 99§9la— «9i%3 ) 
Q€1%— G9. 9-*q%i9 ^° 9^> $&$<% 9©99 9^1%OG9 
Dasa piruja GQ9 ^GQS^GQ 9^991 8$— 

The ten rice cakes offered daily by 
the heir of the deceased to the spirit 
of the deceased while performing 
the- funeral rites during the teU'days 
following the death. 
<q>£1 999 —3. 9 (93 + 999; 9$^ 91919 9QS S$ 


Dasa badana 


a & )— ^9^1— Rabaiia, the 


demon with ten heads, 

^<g|Qfi>— 3. § [ 99 (£§, SIS), QUftlQ ) + 9» 9191^9; 

Dasabala 9^® ) — 5^— The Buddha. 

q« 9ifii— sr. 9 (9a+9N^=a^ sirei 9aG9; 99919)- 

Dasa baji QQ^-— The Moon-god. 

Q99li9-?t. 9^ (9a9<a + Q9) — *, ! 99 9«6Q ^W — 
Dasabarshika 1. Achievable in ten years. 

> I 9€1 9^ Si^QGQ 0191; 9€ig|Q — 
2. Happening or taking place once 

in a decade. 

9€1 9l@-a.9(9§9lg i 9€!+9|$)-39IG99 i if9 (e-SOTIdQ) 
Dasa bahu« 8iba. 

9€l€iN— 3.6 (9€t+9iij 9§9l§)"9a 39IQ — 

Dasabidha Ten sorts or kinds. 

3. §<3 ( 39H9I9; 9§5la .)—9€ig9IQ9— 

Of ten sorts or kinds. 


QflWS 


( "£>tf* ) 


qw&v 


Dasabisa GSMfifQ *4«IQ^ Sq*— The going of 

the bridegroom to tbe bride's house in 

the 10th day after marriage. 

[5—01 qjroaafcis)a%. f «i acroi 0© ai9i§«^. . 

©Qil^L W^ «9iQ 9$$ SIGaiOQSQ Qia 

QQQ 6Qfi GQQ OQiI^l GQ^QI 9§£> W§ WIS* 

Gftitiq. «"«fl«. «qS96Q ^S© «WI$l 
9WJ4 Q 

9fiwwi«flK«H)—w. ©«.— qa Qaiqai (eoi) (cq«) 

Dasabhagana (katha) rf BJiaibhagaria (katha) 
Q€1^©|— «r. 0- & ;(^+R© ai^> tf.-aj s$sl@)— 

Dasabhuja ^ttJS9QI t<J9l<5TQ ^° ? 91© 3jS>l%) — 

Goddess Durga ( represented as 

having ten hands with one head.) 

Q€jq— sr. m. (Qs + aQ«aiG&. fl)— 9a mhiq qq* — 

Dasama ' Ten£h. 

*f*ft €Q. $.— fijWQQ Qaaw— The tenth book 

3^f ' of the Bhagabata (Purana). 

QafltKWQ-*- ^.— Vi^Q <»• S 91 GSS 3Q©IQj 
Dasama abafcara Q<$ aTOIQj «f^Q QOq^Q 
G33 SIQSy® — The last or tenth incarna- 
tion of Bishnu ( represented by a 
rider an a steed holding a drawn 
sword: to purge the world of the evil 
doers i# .the course of the current 

'Kali' age. 

■[q_q^ sig ©a— wqaCQ aiaQ fli«i ««? sqsI 
€9CQ oaoia &ai<aiGQ ©a 9i©gq <s§i as* qqQIGQ 
aQcafi G9IQ 9gr S9IQ QQ qqsi>Q ei'S 3£>^i 
©QGQ I <i W«IQ WWl<i qa«i«i ^ w, 9 * ^ q 
G9&GQ siaioai GQWr ©<ua ©a, 'aitoi'q w 

ST9IQ $QGS> l] 
Q€lflft©- GO 1 . 9. (Wi) (3. Q3Gofa) — ^M — 

Dasamaull ' Eabana, the demon with ten heads. 

Q«fl 99 — a- 9- («?iccri^)— o^» qgi G9GQ G3a$ 

'Dasama graha 9©$^ atal Qa§ G9§3Q alQl 

ewi qm^ qss sraqsa qq©~ 

One who gives much troubles* 


Dasamatha Sahara; the demon with ten heads, 

$ai $a ©«t3i 'ow *ai 9« s?i9 Q& e?Q i 

Q€iq Q€II— 3. Q. — q9kQ«PQ GC1« «Qffl ? AQdlEN a«?a'>" 
Dasama dasa g'ltfl^O aQSt ' ^^ ^^S 1 "" Last 
extremity before death; dying condition. 

[q j - qci Qsii saai - 

9^^w«3cra^G«5i<aiaQ> ^si^ 1 ^^ 8 ! 

Q€ip OMiq-a. q - otiqecQ^ — 

Dasama nySya Name of an analogical argument. 

q9gsi i gas aaoioig a©«isiic«5_fla(a «J w^i^_ 

QG1GQ Q «S GQ^Q G9 Q3 fi^I CTQ^®^ '^Sg, 
y^Q QG3 «Q ©G6I «<1 9©fi ? «§ ?^J «l^ fli - 

«rsi g^qq aoifli««^ «Sq <^ wa«!i^ a^aq, 
G9 G^S^I G« ff« W G9QSSJ I <§o€y gso«iGP 
*iqi qfl^a«§, ai5)S>»%^GQa$ai5 i «a% © 

•SKI 9^1 WG^a 0€l QI«IQa«i ^ a,Q €(?ia QSj Q 

^GQ S?G« m «KJ^1 ^ G^OIGQ^aa© 
G9IQ GSSlttW qjfcW ««ff'% Gq?»l»^ -<?«IQ 
G^Oi^. G^l^tGff ^^S G9GS! I $«WJI aQG^I<i.Q 

G9^ QiGQ <<3I§ < o^i^q ggaiQi wq I 
{equivalent English idiom) Io 'reckon without 
one's host ; like a person omitting to reckon 
one's-self while counting to find out the 
number of persons present ]. ^ < 

Dasa mahabidya QQQ^I ^— The Goddess Durgft 
in her ten manifestation as described 
in the Tantras(®Q}. 
j_g— own 9.§ f aai— ©lol, «l«, C«i9«fl, 

^9G^, GQWI^WSIS^ ¥ ,!0g ' Qfi,OI » fll0Cfl * 
9QQ1 <$\ q^G9«,^l i ] 

Dasamamsa "09 QQ% <K? -Qd -One tenth. 


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q«qq 


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Dasa masa dasa dina 8$>^ fllCCt^GQ 9§919 S9£j~ 

*F*f3ft*i ff*ffiN Ten months and ten days said 

to be the time during which a child 

lives ,iu the mother's womb after 

conception. 
[ Q— CTQ98 09! ©€1 GlSOl% <Ct|Q fl|3 fl&$ 

«q l] 

00 V3|^ QQ QS C«SC5 B|Q€I 

■<?«ai3€D — GQ. «<a— GS 91© O^GQ O&WQ ©Q% $S£[ 
Dasamasia G}g $$ QQ 9Q QQ 993 ©Q0M — 
wafOTt One who is born after passing the 

^TITOT full limited time in the mother's 

wcmb. 

[q_ WHQ3QI W*U3I<1 GS GS% S^. <.° S1IQ 
Q«J>^ BfclO 6l49ISI9 «J%9 9! 999 3|£GQ 9$ 

G9IQSK, GS ^ro 6 ©9*S« $4 I <J?iaiQ~ GQG9 

$G9 ^a fli8a G9IQ ©Q G9ic«»» ^€fl Mei s 
qiQeii G91Q W G9lQ?ifii © ? asi© §? ^Gasi «wq 
$$ , 9«, ag 91 awra s^i AS9 I ] 
•<M«Q— 3. 9. (9€W+Q©j (Gi&9*ais*q§9 a©)~- 

Dasamika (ago) ?9«§ q§Q QQTOQ <M°3 — 

ifMffs^ (Arithmetic) Decimal. 

W* i m&flW [ 5— <9IQ ©©, Mil 0JPq> OTif <1 

q© Qja i ] 

9^ — 9€I^J£31l^)Gi — Decimal. 

Q®$Q ^G|i a €i -3. 9— ©asjT oora qs9q qaQ oqc^©-- 

Dasamika bhagnaiisa Decimal traction. 

0€i«1— 3. w. q°- ( wra+QO; vsi. *.q ; gs qq9 

Dasaml <3>aiG^ $aa© G9IQ3© ) — CTQ §<§ 

Very old; decrepit. 

9. %1. (QQ«i+%1. 4 )— *> i o^cags ogQ 

Q€19 QftlQ §ISQ<§ 9©S> QQ— 
The 10th day of the lunar fortnight 
> I W»99 «§i|©g| — 
2. Extreme old age; the verge of death. 
• 1 QQ«l!9fll ( g. 3G3IC19 ) -,3. Death. 

qq 9iwq as? $<i i aai — ^ i 9«iwasfl — eals $iia 
qa^« fl| ( fl Wl ^asfli ^»a?i ) ( €QGQ <i QQfll 

4%9iQ ^?Q QG9 €©G^ 9191 WaigO §< I ) 


9 i er^osfll— ffiQ,© file; osdl ( GQiosai^iQ aQ^i 
QQi 3®$Bp\ ) * i swa q.9Q9 Wl«fl 9f ^€19^ 
pi §Qsqi Q€io| i *— QI991- Qadl, a«i9 qs flfl 
Wfll 1 ( < w fin ©aw 99199 MM 4«f q ^SL 

<9€i'9q flfiMTO ( < Q® €icr.q9i 1 ) ] 
Qflfll Q«l - 3. 9— ^q - 

Dasami dasa Death. 

Dasamigata jsji ©£> )— «JQ ^^— Very old; ( a 
( QCftflQ©!— %1 ) person ) having one foot on the 
( 9€lfl1a-«9i%Q ) grave.- 

Das^mukuta Rabana; the ten headed demon, 

9Wla. gAQOQCr I 

Dasamukha The ten headed demon; Eabana. 

Q«qft-«. ©■ 1°. ( Qa+<Kb ^?9l« )— Q9<a— 

D.iSin:unda The ten headed demon; Rabana. 

1 Qawij .Qaflq«5 Qadle— aQi%a ) 

<?€1QCS— 3- 6— 6?Q, ©IS 6 WSieiS fl'OQia C 9h9$© 


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Dasamula 


SDJJGSWI^ Q3 Gdlf «SQ 9»— Ten 
roots used for decoction as antidote 
against ever,, cough and asthma. 

[ §— 9S9Q OT — GQQ, Giqiql, fftfff^l, a«9fl, 
aiG§»1> aioaffl, W|l, Q9CI ( Q^IGQGQIO ), 

«iqr^^ 6 g«ii«3 1 q4$\ a^i^GQ oa mi gqo o§ 
oat ««jl q,a9gca 399 qq. ssSi qSgq oQ^q 
©gsq erft ^<j G9IQ »Qg9iQ «g 1 ] 

QSiSjp QIOQ— 3. ©— Q9*Oq. Gl^GQ 9^IQ QSflQ«q99l 

Dasamula pachana aioft— A decoction prepared 

out of ten roots of Dasamula- 

G€iaffi>l— 3. ©. ( 99IW §33 ^c| + 9Q + fi) )— 
Dasamtili Q Steffi ( G9«l ) — Dasamula ( See ) 

Q«Qa— *. «. ( QQQa^Qa 3t^q 9191Q3 9^1@ )— 

Dasaratha «JGai&l!9 %&9a1^[ Off} qflOQ,QT 8®l" 

( QaqiQQ-BQiqp ) ^ ame o£ a kiD S of Ajo^hya 

^ oudh )•, father of king Ramachajidra. 

l<$-< G^99|9|»qr 39GQ q.^ 9%l 2IG99 a9 
69. © — 9QT<3*I —A crab. 


•OflQa QW 


( m 9t+ ) 


05193 


Da strath a nandana $fl QflQQ — & name of 
QQQa 0Qq-7 ao , Qa ftamachandra. 

9I©9 €1© qg G9GS* 491 SI QflQQ^ 5«<l— fi. 

soti©q I ] ■ 

DasarS The month of Aswina. 

G9. Q— QSlQq ( €901 V 

Dasaghara ( See ) 

^Q€iq flSQ— G9. ««- ( 9iCTj ©^ )— WfaSWi 

Dasara masarS 33$ 39S>G*ia $q ^aifc qav 

qes 3©flKK^ qa©^ qa©„ © ©Q gqS©! 

03^1 &§© 2IG9IW — Writing words o P 

sentences without proper punctuation. 

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A dramatic work having one of the 
10 prescribed forms. 

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g[3%T 1. Luffa Scutangnla ( fruit ). 

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2. Rabaria. 


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3. The 10 veins of the body, 
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Dasa samskara . Dasakarnia ( See ) 

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Dasa sahasra The number ten thousand. 

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Numbering ten thousand* 

OOTig— to- ©«. (e- 9a+&i. 9ifi^=-w*j — 

Dasasala p | Q^9« 9**|0l — 2. Extending over a 
939IQZH 7 period of ten years. 

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'HTtTl; WRl 2. Taking place at intervals oE 16 
^!W*T, ^MMIT years. 

> l 9S9S 9^89 Q id ®g99l — 

3. Having a term of ten years, 
vj 9st9^ 9q^ — 4. Aged ten years. 
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Dasasala bandobasta ©qfiQl §qp^ 9CQI9g — 
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^THT55t ^NW land revenue; temporary 

settlement of revenue for a period of 

ten years. 

9<a 9afi9aiQ* ^qfiQi 9cre9€!Q ^q©i 

9GQI9SJ— 2. Decennial settlement of 

land-revenue made with the zemindars 

of the province of Bengal by the British 

Government during the reign of Lord 

Cornwallis^ Governor General of India, 

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The 10th day of the bright fortnight 

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The tenth day of the bright fort-night 

of Aswina. 

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the family on the Bijaya TDasami day 

festival. 

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9$|fl9l 9 t «£J — 2. The expenses incurred 

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c - >:$%■.. q-* v'' '■"■ " ..-.the- funnily, 

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day of the funerals and which are 
throwrn away on the same night. 

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ment; Circumstances, . 

2. The hetn or end of a cloth. 

* I <3ia9 9«i 9r eiaoi — 

3. Wick of a lamp 

v | q^iQ «19^Q 39.31—4. Condition or 

circumstance of a man's life. 
Dasa dasa (See) 

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Q9Q£ll— o. (Astrology) Tho plight or 

condition of a man due to different 

aspects of, the planets considered as 

affecting the fortunes of a man during 

the succdssive periods of his life. 

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TPHJ ^q<j^j—1. One's evil stars; evil days; 

^S&fc misfortune; wretched condition 

> I Q^©©© §!9IG9fl ; 921* Q§| 6991- 9« 

Ga«9t; tfrfR»9— 2- Religious ecstacy. 
w I (3. 9W) SJWOI^ K°QQ 9*66* 9®m -9 % 
9&$*£j| — 3. Funeral rites done during 
the ten days after a person's death. 
e-a B€« sq^ 5&i oei tfqi «aa — ateiqa $<* s>q^ 1 
v 1 SJ<J^(j Qfili — 4. Fortune; luck. 

* 1 («. q«) wij 9a *aqg w— 

5. ( in card play ) The card having 10 

points on it- 
9 I (3. 9«) 3©9i^ 

s>q99i acjiiwfli©— 

6. The funeral rites performed on the 

10th day of a person's death. 

7. The tenth day of the funerals. 

giG9 "(aiwa) $ -^9iq<3$q (g<wo— 

Sudhakarana bhata (See). 
$€IQ«— 69. 9 (3. QS«1<5)-qW— * 

DasSiaa ; The ten-headed demon, Rabana 

Q€ll°€|— a 9 («>.«•€!)— 9<Si99; 93 ^Ct^<9 §161 — 
Dasamsa One tenth. 

DasSkarsha t. \ gqiaj qa — 1. A lamp. 

(qaiQfifi— achqja) ■> 1 (*+«J. si) qaiQ qi&. 

9%W»— 2. Skirt of cloth. 
** ( EKiWIS) — 3. The end of a veil; hem of 

a garment. 

v 1 (+qQ. a) §93 (390919)— 

4. Acceptance. 
<3>€UQ<sh— 3. .3 .(9ai+«+5>s a|§_+Q^ W|. w)— 
DasSkarshi 9€li9S f (693) 

Dasakarsha (See) 

Q9I$<$I-G9. 3 (3. 9W+-?qi )— q9MrOI^9TOG> 
Dasa kriya a$i$ 9q99l Ggwtf - Funeral rites 
(9ai9*ai«3£ — ?l9f%9) performed during the ten 

days of a person's death. 


Q€ii a$s(Q)— 69. 9 (*. Qai+«go)— sjodi saiQ wai 

Dasa khandan.a(na^ a^Qj — The passing of the 

9SIǤ9I, 93163^91, 1 ^ period of misfor- 

QatG^SI, Q9I<JI91 I ^ tune (or bad days). 
ff*fftW and the dawning of one's good days* 

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Dasa khandiba G9?<3§ 9*<§Q $9*31 <£Q 9Q9I — 
q^I «g!Q9( 1 To cause one's inisfor- 

991 <»|QQI I ^^ tunes to vanish. 

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<5*TT 5T3HT Dasa khandana ( See ) 

Q3ICII*— 69. 9— 9€t§0 ^ ( 69« ) 

Dasaghata Dasatutha 1 ( See ) 

(Q£ii%o, Qais©lo — acwqq) 

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DasaghStia - Dasatuthia ( See ) 

(9ai%oan— a^iqa) 

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Dasanga qci® CQ^q SgQ ^a— 

(Q5H°€I — a^iQa) 1. Incense consisting of ten in- 

gr edien ts offer ed to Deitie s d urin^ 

worship. 
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-> ! 9aiQ" 019ft ( G9« ) 
2. Dasanga pacha na ( See ) 
<2. 9<il— 9€! GClIf sier 91 Qat9lQVCf%— 
Having ten component parts. 

Q^ier also— a. 9— G99s qiwis ^° eait wi«f$ 

Dasanga pachana ©a-^ g^|p ogq^.ggQ 9^99r 

^^IICPOTISJ — taG»«*^j) Qiei — A decoction made of 

ten specific ingredients boiled with water 

( according t.* the Hindu medical 

treatises. ) 

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, Das&ttgula I, A space of ten fingers' measure. 

QQ Q€l Gdft GQ«t! 99IQ) ©Qqp OSH- 
2. Melon. 
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of ten fingers of the hancL 
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Dasa jhia GS$ Q% GQGQ $$ GS>G» 90S) GS§ 
C1SJQ SBj #3s£ 9*8 $GQ ^Q f €ft «§| QGQ-- 
( a ter^m of abuse applied to woman) 
The daughter of the unfortunate 
family in which|very often death occurs. 

■oaiQa— gq. 3. ( «. qss+qsii .),— wowi; <r— 

Dasstdaita - Death. 

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Dasadia aoaai. Siafe Qa§ QSiQQIQ 9IQS; G£Q 
a«L asate aiQQi^iq qwlQ €"$ 6 
^(QCW QCfc— (a term of abuse ) Inau- 
spicious or troublesome ( cattle etc ); 
having had inauspicious marks on 
the body which involve the owner 
in misfortune or trouble (domestic 

master. 
QSli^ft — G9. W-G^Q^SlWi 9&?I9 — 

Dasadurbala Misfortune; ill-luck* 

Q€ii$j9®— a. 9. ( 9<$ o© ; Qat+agaQ )—k i croo 

Dasadhipati GOTQS Q3JQ|$Gg G£Q QW Q$| 

9ft§i GQSI 9^aN — 1. The planet 

whose aspect a person is undergoing 

at a particular period of his life- 

) I Q4! M §QI§S 9QQJQ; ©aiQlQ(§. QfiWlQQ)- 

2. A captain of soldiers. 

Dasanbna " Rabana; the demon with ten heads. 

coae^o QaisQGQ, e oeii goo cq9-©qgq, 

ftQ-SISGS! aa^' «GQ €9^ QO$« — 

Dasa>atha QSi^a© ^ ( gq« ) 

f Daiadhipati 1 ( See ) 


Dasanika Croton seed. 

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Dasanta ( g, a£pSHSI$ ) — Old age. 

Wll 9^QI— CQ. $ — 3<3 QCiH QQ£) — The dawning of 

Dasa parjliba misfortune; the failing of evil 

*f«tT<f?! <?«1 *italt days. 

Q€iia$tf— s. s>— ai<§ ss^ QQfi^GQ qio QaiQQ] o^-stg 

Dasapabifcra ( §. as^jQQ )_A piece of cloth 
presented as gift on occasions of 

Sraddha etc. 

DasSbatira Dasa abatara ( See ) 

Q€fl§a$^-- ^. 9. ( ^at+^adiq. ?<$1 ©© )— ^Q^'j 

Dasabaparjyaya ^|SH— Misfortune; adversity; 

irony of fate. 

Dasabipaka QQg<«q qofag q^, G q q Qqqi^ ^ 
©19 IQ GQJQ CT9I— The fall period 
or duration of any e^il aspect of 
the planets or misfortune which 

befall a man. 
Q^IGQqsiS— 2. ©. (Qai + G§SL4ij 9<$ ®^.)— ^Wfl, 
DasabaigujQya ^j^ —Misfortune; adversity. 

( QaieSflfli— a«H€jp ) 
Q«iG«i€i -«■..©. ( Qefi+eqdj ?^fl oo r >— 

Dasabohga QafQaiG^ ( GQ^ )— 

Dasabipaka ( See ) 

9«l9Sf— SIG9- ( QiGMQ) 0«. ^1— (Qf«>GQ Qi9$Q ) 

Dasamuhin ^ m ^ ( ea ^qqq) q<f QWJ q^ fS) 

a^lGQ 3QI Q9«a Q^N— Pale-faced 

( woman J; undergoing troubles 

of series'of deaths in the family. 

Q€lig — ^. ©. ( Qa+q$l=9cf)— «. I 99WQQ B9» 

Dasarnna 6 Q§giSQ ^1 G990GW— 1. Name of 

a country to the south east of k Bindhya 

Hills. 
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QIGi d^lO OQ) £$&€> G9Q«@ I ] 

> I Qg GQaPral Q^ Qr"-q«— 2. A king 'or 

resident of tbe above country. 

• 1 9G^lg 99IQQ 9^»G€ra —■& Name of a 

Tantric formula of ten syllables. 


( »*ee ) 


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DasSrnna , Name of driver. 

€J°a 9IGS aiQ Qiool oito aia ®qsgq sjqpie^ 

Dasala bandobasta DaSasglS b&ndobasta (See). 

Dasaswa The moon, said to have ten seeds yoked 

to her chariot. 

Dasaswainedha ghata §6€t§— ■!« Fame of 

( QQWCfla; <?9l4,€9W> <3lt— «9*%a ) sacred 
bathing ghat of- the Ganges in 

Benares. 

iiQQ QQaffifc - 1 <J\ &&GQ TO Q& Q§ CQftcrq. 

- :■■■: A L 9S ,S1 a 9*® ^w«l ©$&H QMiweag 

( ,§• W9IQQ ) — 2 Najne of a 3acred 
plac.e at the junction of the Ganges 
and-the Jamuna at Allahabad 

'Q«iss— 3. § ( 9a+ai«q« jawiQ; 95519') — 

Dasasya Qaqg^ q9<i— Rabaj^aj the ten-headed 

demon. 

Q€1IQMQQIQ— 09. .^.(«. QaiSh—qQd + cr- OQ|g» 

DasasyajagMna : 9011 «€iqe^) — q«W$lj Sfl^SQQ 

A name given to Rama chandra 

*Q«l$— g.s (Qa+ta^j 1 9-)— "^l 9S QWiial w— 
Dasaha 1. A period of 10 days. 

"W ) QQ99I ^1—2. The funeral 
ceremonies and r rites performed on 
the 10th day of a 'person's death. 

qg aisi 6 rata 4 wiq f 9Q fi@glQM 1 sj^q- 


aaQtffhta rtiw «OQ 0§j Mlftr G3l?<l GCII?<1 
§fj EOTtiQ" 9*81 G9tQ«g *' ^I9jQ€l QO 

g. wqi«iQ 1 ] 

3. The 10th day of a persons death. 
C'laie qgic$ «iowr *qi ai<J : 

<q>ii~ w. « («. 991)— wiasftft «J?'^ atf,S) ^ ls> SL 

Dasi 6<3»0?10l 30I?!|Q — Loose woof threads 

W*ft hanging from the long extramefitSdOf 

w^ a cloth. 

Q€!£0— €Q. 9 (a oal)— efliti wigq 9«iaiaj9i (^ai— 

Dasia A kind of course cloth woven with 

jpfft course woofs, 

7*^ CQifcl 09a fi^llQ GQ19Q O&fll I 

<S$$g|Q— CQ. © (a. Qai«qCilQG^0^9l9l€l99l Qplj 
Dasipoka < GQ1MIS9WI QQ^^iq^ — <K?gW 
Vft; ^#t ^9; a © &L <& 1® *« a »l w® %® 

e < M >( 3l s 3I^J^"^ rorms i maggots ( whit© 
and very small and slender like threads); 
the join worm; thread worm 

o&Uie— flIOT (a©) Q-OT^ (GQ«3) 

Disimusuli Ghungurgi' (See) 

9?fii$W— W. 9— 696i fiJ?IQ ««ttl ( QfiL QIS>GQ ) ^1 
Dasiluga 6^0ai<3 — A cloth with loose woofs 
iHWWS hanging down from the extremities. 

Q€fl -3. 9^ (W + QO^ Q€ll+QOj — ^ I 9S, ( q°«iiiqjjj~ 
Dasi 1. Numbering ten. 

> 1 9€H9g"(94); easj" ^siiq «i©% Qal 6w- 
aN; caqT qoiq ««o aid — 

2. (a piece of cloth) With loose woofs 
hanging at the end; hemmed (cloth), 

• I QQOI qo>i (Qta) — 

3. (a lamp) "With wicks. 

«. 9.— miq aia's otfre (<9I Q«l Ql 91 9% ^9| 

QQ G9«ll9Ql%)— Tnje ^in round 

the nails. 

corner of a door which twins round 

a joint. 


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J I fijeiiQ a$«— 2 # The hem of a. cjoth. 

* I 991$ SQ MGQ Q«fil9l 9SO*ft 9191 ® 
Qq£ Q999 $GQ— 3 - A P lafce of wood 
attached to the corner of a door which 
turns on a pevot when the door is 
opened or shut, 

$91319 — The loose strings or woofs 

hanging from the long extremity of 

a cloth. 

■tf I G9ISI *©l — 4r» Course thread or woof. 
Dasein The 10th day of the lunar fortnight. 

Dasendriya 6 0|t€9lf ^G9^q— Five organs of 
action and five organs of sense^ 

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QG€!$9 -«• ^— (>Q9I — QOOI+Qfltf^QIQ, 9I9W 
Dasendhana 9^3$) — g^Q — A lamp. 

Dasera A rapacious wild beast. 

Q6€IQ9— 3. $ (WTO-i^QM 9Q9I 8^ 3**SQ 9)- 
Daseraka Sfi©8 — Barren land; desert, 

(QC«I%Q— «o^%q> 
Q^JSQ — G9. ©« (gioM-OSfl — Tenth. 
Dasuala es.^ea ©qjao qssis 

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Dashta Q^IQ <3<3 — Bitten; stung. 

[5— <9\ 91^8 «W 3© 9GCT qg G9IQ 9<i9$© 

§<1 I Ml— 3QQ% Gi$9% Q$W%, «©TO% 

<J^(ai%)— g.-t l€j©Gaaa M9I-1- To lift up; to 
Das (root) throw up. 

9 1 9S£ QQ91-2. To waste. 

G91Q 9«*9§© §<i 1 — 90i© ; ^g. 910— 

1. Suddenly with a sound. 

(sal— «!99 s$ 69 93 90 99 a^ca) 

> I £J$IGQj ^€9} 9§— An adverbial suffix 

meaning in the manner of. 


(aefl-GS ^BQ&caiG© §ai4 siiqq. .get ai*9s 
GSOi% q6 qoiqqq 1 ) 

Qg$|— jgigQ. (taofl£*9) §-9 SSI— Bed. 

Dasana 
<Ml(i)^— gSw. 9 (91.)— 9£«© (G9«> 

Daska(skha)t Dastakhat (See) 

9$ — G"§G9. Q (ffl. 9g,j-9l©)— t I 91© - 

Dast 1. Hand. 

2„ Passing stools; evacuation. 
* I SGQQ9.; Q991 «9I — 3. Passing of 

liquid stools^ 
giG9. (fl«W) 9— < I ©gifl— 1. Bundle. 
> I «»QI (C^Ml)— 2. GanjapS (See) 

Dastak a^ ; ^qoi^Tj SJfl»Q|fll — 

*T^ 1, Permit; pass; order. 

?. A writ of arrest or realisation of money. 

Q30(Gl)^— G§G9. © (W. Q^—WWH) - ^ 1 WQy 
Dastaka(kha)t etf?«t ftaoa^SQ 99 9I©G^ €Q«I 

^?^3 G9IQ^l » fflfl— !• 0ne ' s own 

'j^dMd signature in a document. 

(ogQ («)«— a«-iq,a) J I G©ftfi8 QfitfKQ «ra«ii oi« 

SIQQ Q&QI Q^— 2. The act of signing 
one's name in a document. 

<3>g,€i9 9QQI- TO. ^" «W8« ^Q^t - 

Dastakhata karibg To sign, 

91 Q3«© QW f ^ WOi fliq Q^O 9g|- 

^f^l^Wi ^9GQ ^3«® 9€J9I 9m^ QQ QgTOGQ 

§< i] 
Qg>««-GQGQ. §« (sewn) (ffrt— aa'sQ Q3«o ai<ij. 

Dastakhati QgotSOq jqjftgQI (QQQ 91 G«W)— 
Q9SQ;9gQ©;7 Signeds, 

Qg«tQ J WW * ( a«-<*ew 9S^o 

Qg,GllQ—G9Q<?. 9 (£f|) (OQQai) — 99I^O — 

Dastagti* Helper; colleague, 

Dasta parishkara Clearance of the bowls-- ■ 

(9g 0(C«l)Q^ 9psfl ; Qg^lff — afti^a) 


{ *9°* ) 


9SI 


9&Q9&-G§GQ §. w ( eri ) ( osoa 3 * q<si; toiq 

Dastabadasjta aQGQ 9««9$© )— 9tG39l&; 91©% 
WWW 919; Q€IQ — In cash; from hand to 

^R^sg ' hand. 

( 92JI- <i 9^| q$Q g^gflQ qq tori awi 

OS ©Q9IQ — G9G9. M. ( ffl ) ( 99SSI )— IQSIGQ" 
Dasta baradar G$te§ Sft§^ 2l^9IQ 91 ^IS 1 
WSWfft QQS*|C1 9€199I ( 9h$J ) — 

^^RT^TT Relinquishing one's own right 

( QNIQIQ— Qa<31© ) to a property. 

Q& QQQ« 6901— €Q. $• ( 9©Q8I )— SSfoS 3$fr§ 91 
Dasfca baradar heba wqq^aea 20SO 3$Q G9IR- 

w^wfti^^ri . £Mj qjeti gwi— To s ive 

%$$ ^T^rT ^n up or relinquish one's right 

to a matter or property; 

Qfl QQ9!€5"G9"G9. 9 ( 9©QSH ) ( «TI ) — 
Dasta baradlri * I WCl; Qg£TI — 
TOTOflft 1. Relinquishment. 

.mm^k S I OHiCta?)— 2. A deed of relinquish- 
ment. 

QgtQg.— G9*CQ. 9 ( ffl. Q39g^ )—$£»!&&> COlfl^lOj 
Dastabasta gigfckiQKKriq dftol^O QQQQ qa — 
^55t^ Folded hands; folded palms { of a 

^5^ ^*3 suppliant person ). 

9S1 — $918% G9Q Qi^fllfflftl 9OTIWGO 9Q 

919%, GQlfp® — <• a person ) With folded 

hands. 

Qg,$;69i)oq— ctgq. ©. ( m. Q3+st^=9.9«i>— 

Dasta bu(bo)kacha cqq" Q9IGQ flMiQ ©©v 

w^ gpi; w wlwi 9-i99i* sjaiaai 9*1 G9IQ 

^TgfOT QGiSlK— A bundle containing the dress 
Q§$(G9l)99l 7 wo *nd clothes for one's 

<?a$©Ol(G) J "^V every day use. 

Q&&— G9GQ- 9. (tri) ( Q©Q8J) h-* 1 3Q§>— 

Dastar * 1. Turban. 

*rS3 J I qQflig 9199 991 — 

33^ 2. Bundle of official papers. 

fl»€Q. ( WW ) 9— 9glS>— A bundle. 

QftQ«l9 Ql)— 69G9. § (ETl. 9g,Q G«iqiTO ) — " 
Dastar-khan(na) <. | GS9«SjaCQ QOIQQIQfijai — 
tf$^*Tfa 1« Table cloth. 

6$9fi* $aSQ 91 ^9 Q3G9 G3^ €f3Q 9S§ 


9r?tc«h -> 


2 A cloth spre.id on the table or on the 
ground on which dinner-plates are set. 
Q$QQQ(Ql)-*G$G^. 9- ( £rl. 9©€t*l )— V I GQfa§ 
Dastar-band(ndt) QlfiUWQ <Q® 339 - 

1, Collection of records at one place. 

> I Q9«l^ ^IflMp 3191$ aalGGQ G>Q9 (9G<3) — 

2. A keeper of public records. 

G9~GQ. W— 3QS fl^a® ( SWW ) — 

Collected together ( records ) r 

Dasta Zinc - 

*m G9"GQ. Q. (ffU Q§i)-9©WQ 9I9Q G9^i — 

n^f Handle of an implement- 

Qaiffl— G9*G^. (crl. ^3^^!)—^ I 9!QGfll9lj9a)QQ^ — 

Dastana 1. G-loves, 

it^^1 ^ I <3Q09iQ QQ9l^ sa§Q qOI G«li» 361 G9IQ 

^rmt ai<3 6 aitflSL a ^' sq9^» 910901 q&^ 

q§ G«il« fli!SQ £6^9 G*G9— 2. A kind of 
sword with a hollow handle which 
protects the hand of the user up to the 

wrist. 

Q9IQQ— G9GQ. W. (STL ) -9GQQQ ( 9M» )— 
Dastabar Purgative; cathartic (medicine). 

Qai^Ce^sj^—stfeQ. 9- C«©siai) (en 9§ x ae9© % *— 

Dastatu\be)j x. \ QSi^; Si§S) ©QtQ Q§3— 
^[^^ l t Document; a deed in writing. 

^3f%3T > | 9^99 IQ ^^1^ €Q«I — 2 - A deed in ^ 
which business transactions are entered 

Q3I90 QfllOQ— G9GQ. 9. ( ^9Q^J ) ( ffl ) - 91?.^ 
Dastabij jamanat 9«Si; ffififfl Q^a^9l5^ftlfl| — 
^ i f^Wrflr*! ^ A- kail bond; a security bond, 

Q3— 69SQ. 9- (ffl.93^ 91©; 9§1=-9IS>39I aQflltil)- 
Dasti \ l 9l«5jO! QQfll^lj 9'^ * M 91 ? «J» 
tf^t QQ^I^l— 1 -^ measure of the clutched 

fist- ( according to which land-measur- 
ing rods are cut. 

[ 9 — %9 313 9W»I ©51GQ ffl^iQa 35?9! ®G»> 
gen — «3, W, ^r" ; -?o 6 ? v 95 3^©l I A* 95 

91® J ] 

-> 1 ?iQ!^ aQ9lQ qpi— 

2 The handle of a torch. 


«>^ 


\ 


^|<?i© 


( +9*> ) 


9<fra© 


* I flqJQ— 3. Toroh. 

v I <f©«Q SB«?Q GS% S9« — 

4. Small handle of an implement. 

. Q$QI©— G^* «>♦ f WQ 9© ) ( EH. OgJ + ffl- QKfc 3. 

Dastidani enai^) — sqiGJQ GQ<* SI fjpl 6 WlKQ 

^(fl^t G©R ©iWI aiQ* 9m9§9 G§Q %#1 — 

^gfl^frfl The handle of a torch and the oil- 

bottle for pouring oil on the burn- 
ing torch. 

Q§<3>IQ-G§OT. $■ (ffl)— SWIfijp— 

Da stidSr Torch-bearer, 

-^fei^ l T A family-title of Sudras and barbers 

in Bengal. 

W- €Q. S— GS$ §*l ^dl 6 9QJ9IW fi^OI GWgQSI 
Dastu <§ SqctlQ? 9»1 fijfll — 

^5^t^t Small cloth for wearing by children 
^g^T^t and idols 

QgS— e^W. 9. (TOOT) (01)~ 

Dastur ^ ] §WM; 9$ — ^ • Rule; regulation. 

TO? 2, Common practice. 

3. Custom; usage; practice. 
•* I QlQ^i— 4- Discipline; 

5. Etiquette fashion. ■**"""'" 

og© TOQ— GS w. e. (TOOT) (a)— ©Qli ©^~ 
Dastur amala Set rules. 

Qg$ see— gq. $ m. (toot)— 

- Dastur mate <. I ©SJfllC^IGQ- 1. In conformity 

QgQ 9i5gG 5 <*gQ fllOQ 5 7 aWM to rules. 

^^?: gsufa** ^ According to custom. 
OgQ— GQGQ. 9. (TOOT) (ffl) — 

Dasturi e 1 $SJ 9-8*j GlfiGQ 9iig ©i§ G#©l 6 

to* ewoioq^ ©aqT aef aio- s^gc; 

1. Percentage or commission paid to a 

broker. 

QCh wwwaoi% wriw gsq oq*^i aw 
( sasi— ocww *i ^Q QQsi ) qm— 


2 A commissioner at a fixed rate paid to 

- a servant by a trader who sella 

commodities to the master through the 

servant. 
9169. (Qfttil) $— OTQ (QGQ)— Signature. 
Qfl — 3. Q- ( Qfl ai^«^0€fla QQQI-t «<$. St ) — 
Dasma \ | <$$$. qgfo — 1, Thief, 
> I a© 1 — 2. Fire. 
« I gQIWj SO — 3. A cheat. 
v I GQ Qi^ — 4. A wicked person. 

* I 3S?Q|0— 5. The principal in a vedic 

sacrifice. 

Dasyu q_)—\ I G^Q—1. Thief. 

SStiW ©< — 2. Robber; plunderer; 

extortioner. 

* I Q$9ffW 9i§ — 3. Oppressor, 

v I ^l^Mffl ei©QGS<a — K Name of a low 
caste of untouchables. 

* I Q$— 5. Wheel; discus. 
9 I £l§r— 6. Enemy. 

[ <«?— q%fliwr q$q\ G9<?e^ 2igq© gtQGQ 
5g» i <fliGff adifli^or S!§© sa^flff e^ ^^©s^ 

^Gfil •} <3^iG«> a*flJ^0|QiaQI^"9q OT^GQi 
G€lfllffQr 3^ ©Q ^^^GRj G9fllQC? GCllGfl^l^ G^ 
OH GQQ?1GQ I Q^©, S°^Q 6 $« ao QITOQ^_ 
Q^ Qy OQ?[QIQ GQQGQ GQ«I»© I GQQGQ Qii- 

9i^qr g© ^i9 6 a$a w gcqiei Qq aiQsig I 

9^3@©IG«l 2iS GS) G3Q 51^61, 9?^ CTQi <§ 
9!QQ fiJ5 Sqi 6 ©[©Oh© G9Q3[G£* GQ9I|€9 G^S^ 
q«1 ^§ Qi a&q«1 ^g G^lftfi^ 9q^i 6$!Q 

GQ. © — ^G^QH — Soldier, 

Qspoi— a. © ( Q<5fci+Qs$GeT. 01 )— fi)<o ^—> 

DasyutS (Q^h^ - SiOMQa) Robberyj ' 

Q^HQ©— SJ. q. ( #>l1 ©% o»i+ao ) — 
Dasyu pati 9SIQ©£? w'lQ— 

Ringleader of"a gang of robbers. 


9fciq$ 


{ •*•• ) 


990 


Dc^syubr^ltti <^q Q# 91 9M9Si£{i SJSSQ Q§— 

Bobbery. 
q^h §q— 3. 9. ( <&to\q 9£j} *5fl ©9 )— 

Dasyu bhaya ©9IQ9 3i$g<S 9Q9I ©Q 9| aa^l— 
Apprehension or fear of robbers; - 

<jig- $. 9— t i |fS$ ( g. agists ) — 

Oasra 1. Dew*. 

> I €*a ( g. 393139 ) — 2. Ass, 

* I CflfeH: 10 (,£. ac»€liaQ )— 3 Pair. 

v ta^qpiQ fq ( §. assies >— 

*A The twin sons of Aswini'. " 

<§\ (*%) — sr . — Gai$9i — 

Oah (root) To bur nj to set .fire. 

0@— G9. 9 fa. 9Q = Q^ 9?U 3 '^feti 3-29% 
Daha 99 6 99 Qfl^O*S|GQ 99 G9IQ319IQ 

^g 1. A wide expanse of water; lake, 

-> I 3%ai8 6 9§S> €t«5r «*eOGQ Qj &9I8SJ5 
8§Q ©Q|€l£j— 2. A marse; a bog; a 

swamp; a fen. 

* I 99i (GQ3l) — '3- Daha ( See ) 

* I 9§G3 ( C^^*-4. Dahila (See) 

90. pe- 93 )— vrGai©i ctiq^i; 93 — 

■ - . 1. Burnt, 

^ t Wrt'QKJ— 2. Burning; scorching. 

3!G9. (OOSIfiK?) 9— V I «9* £3|3— 

1. Deep water. 

2 The partf of a river or lake where 

... * water is very deep. 

^I-WI G91Q fiJIOa^CfilO)— Muddy place; 

(a place) which has become miry 

[ 5— 9£Ni 6 §«teQ W9 aa ( 9<3i enoQ 
ci$lQ9a «°a 1 6§»sigq <§ «efe%' W -as? 6 g$ 
9^© <$< i-j 
<i»9'Q — 69. 9(3- 9<3^ y i% «*U ga ai^«-TOla©, 91 

Dahaka a. ad^QQ)— 1' I ©39; Q§[Bj £;|9l— 
^ <pp^ * 1 . Heat; blaze. 

%$k > \ 99; «OQ 9i§9IQ G99I «9gi— 

2. Glowing condition of fire; ( e. g. in 

live charcoal)- 


W— ^ I ©9$l; 09— 1. Blazing; glowing*- 

wm - (aai— wq ©a'Vwo ofijj wo acnQ i) 
53*$r [ g— Sfliiqg G9IQ 93391 ©« 3/999' 

S9K3SK1 9I§ I 91089 9»99l QGQ flGrR 99^ 
^91 9! 9IQ9IQ 9§9I 99§J% 999 C9iqsa^ I ] 

9©Q ^€*-G9. 9— G3$ 0^€Q.©iQ 9©9I &GQ «CriQ 
Dabaka ohu]i 91 p^j" 99a 2j|4 — Oven with 

WUCf^p glowing charcoal. 


9§«Qi — G9: $ (3°. 99 ai^j 9°. £S3 y|SL) — ^ I SWJ; 
DahakibS qiq qjq c9iQ Ql^ 9^91— 1- To blaze- 

«f^.<^^n to glow. 

^&m ( aai— oft€Q acriQq.919 qQ.Q9q$ i ) 

[9991 (€©)Q9I — 6}»$] > I (Rg«ief) G^iyGQ QqQ 
G99I— 2 ( figurative ) To burn with 

rage. 
0@€!1 — G9. Q (3°. 99 ai^ (S CIS ai^)-9 t <99«»g G99l ; 
Dahagatvja gjl^i— Worry; state of being troubled; 
^T^ *lwtfl botheration. 

^tt«r^<l^fWf 9h09*i^ galf)9- Worried j oppreps- 
^HWtH 1^1 ed; pestered. 

Q^GISi €991— G9. -9 — 9 e fQ9Hg G99I— 

Dahaganja heba To be worried. 

(99Q8? G991— afti^Q) 

<99Cia» — G9. $$— 3191 ^iq 9^ G99l% §<!; al^l- 
Dahagafijia ©ggj 9%9I^9— Worrying; 

^C^?Ti ^cl^ troublesome. 

99@>— G9. 9d ( 3. 9|j $Q. ai^-999 )— 
Daharda ^ | 99^. 999^. oiqq. a^fl — 
«^ 1, Hot; burning. 

2- Steaming. 

* 1 QI9QQ— ■?• Burning; feverish. 
9951— 9IG9- (G^95fl^ 9— «9Q «iGQ %9I ^«3 99— 
Dahana Cultivated fields in the midst of a 

wide expanse of paddy fields. 

9@©— GO. 9 («. 99 «SL+©5 <*. 9f9-S9Q) «o — 
Dabati Fire. 

go? sai £0)Q g^iq^^O; 


9999$ 


( *5>.v ) 


99TO 6991 


999^— gq. % t .(0§RI»Q>— 1 I 3<aSiS9 $$$% 
Dajjadahatu $19919 99— 1. An exclamation 

uttered by children to call dogs. 

> I StQ«9i«T fll«MJGp 69IQ9I 09 — 
2. A refrain of an infant song 

9«0Q(»)ai— TO. 9~989g9l (693) — 

Dahadai(hi)a Dahidabika (See) 

Q$0— q*. 9 (9^a;^+Q$. a$)— 
Dahana a | g©\ ©«f— I, Fire. 

' I (-fq©.TO) 9(9—2. Inflammation. 

* I C9l$t09l— 3, Burning. 

v I (+©$.«£>) ^%COT-4. Wicked person. 

* J HQ\ ©91 -QQ— 6. Lead wrot plumbago 

Zeylanica. 
93— v I 9199 — *. Burning. 

€9 9$t— 9fJ — 2. Burnt. 
69. $ — 9IS— Destruction. 

Q9«%- «. 93 (99 % ai^+9# asisj)— 919^ ^ai9i 

Dahanjya Cfll^QW— Combustible; inflammable. 

W««- «T. #- (99Q+^0O>r-t-j ^fawpj' fl3. 

Dahanopaja «K>a1 ©10— 1. A jem or lens through 

which the sun's rays are focussed and set 

fire to some inflami8i|^£^ta#c«K p ufe 

-qffij&c ifc; 

> I ©939 80% $>9gg_2. Tinderstone; 

flint stone. 
9@0lii— €9. 9— q«a q$©ie©G& 9^iQ9i aiQ* 9154 

Dahapani %^y 3©l . ^tfftj© Q® Qft — 

"Water impregnated with salt which is 
powred into a pan for being evaporated 
(in the process of manufacturing salt). 

<»Q-«.» (99 *l^-ff} 9Q9I + Q§. v$)— K | « TO 
Dahara f$l -1. A small mouse, 

> I Sfr-2. Infant. 

* I S;9 §jQ -3. Younger brother, 

v I OO^q (§. WSI6IQ) ~4. Mole; shrew, 
■ * i <W-(e- W3IG9) — Hell. 
9 I 9^1 (§. Cl©5l|flQ)-6. The Hindu god 

of the ocean. 


W - V l 5% 6S* —Little; small. 

J- 1 $CW* —2. Difficult to understand. 
* I qgt(Q. 993ISIQ) -3. Minute. 
9S>Q9!$— $. 9— ©91©^ a)4Q — Gcd. 

Daharakasa 
99Q— €9. 9 ( 3. QQlfih )— I I ©19*1 — 
Dahala 1. Mud; sludge. 

^W; fPT V ( aqr— 2. Slime; mire. 
• ^5^5; ^$«*T * I 9«Q 91 8081 «Qg| — 3 Muddy 

or miry condition, 

4, A muddy tank; moor; fen; a bog. 
93— 99Q (G9«a)— Dahala (See). 
99Q «8©l- 69. 3— $3 ©tfswq 6991; 9R9G0Q9I- 
Dahala uthiba To be full of mud. 

^Ww«ri; ^grnr5«n 

99Q-G9-. 93— < ! gj^. a^Q — 1. Muddy; slimy. 

W3Wliif»|BfW;f*pn; q«33T 2. Moory; boggy; 

(99«3-%1) moisty^ 

€9. 3*1. 1° (3, 3 Q9^)— 6fll*lj -g 0©|£j - 

Fat (male). 

69. ^— 9gQ (€9«) — Dahila (See). 

999©^ £969. 9 (£Tf. 99^=-9q)rrl I 9^j ^Q — 
Dahasat 1V l. Fear; fright, 

<f!; ^©KT ^ \ 9S01Q 91^?; 99—2. Grave 

responsibility^ 
m I 9W8;9iaisal9>l— 3- Worry; botheration" 
v I <5»8«f- 9^| — 4. Trouble. 
* I ©99 — 5 Calamity, 
5>$]-- <U^©9QQ— 1 brightening; causing fear, 
^ I alfJ®; 9ia!gS 5 9i09ig — 2. Worried 
99Q^'3Q©I— GQ. 5>-W 3^ 939^ 0991 — 
Dahasat giriba The befalling of a calamity, 

(99^© £I9«9| — Hlft«(%a) 6«l§!<3 ^Q 993© 3q§ |) 

OS^eQQI— 69. §— ^. I 9WI €991; ~ €fl®i 6991 — 

Dahasat deba 1, To worrj; to pester. 

T?§ CfWfi; ^Wm ptT J> I Q5^ £QIQ9I— 2. To cause 

fright, 
•J 99CQ a9l«9J; 9QQ Q€l©l — 
?i. To cause a person to he involved in 
troubles, to afflict a person. 


993© 8IQ9I 


( wpo* ) 


ogggfr 


9®S© QIQQI — G9. $-^K I 99SI® G991-*-" 

Daha ata paiba 1. To be worried or'pesfcered. 

(Q9§ GTOl— HSiqp) ->Jl 939 G99!j 9iQ9i3 G99I — 

^ *ltWl * 2. To be troubled. 

Dabas^ta lagiba 1* Apprehending; fearing. 

^te*t*(T$wl 9 I 9Q^1 £991 — 

^<3fl<?5*T*it 2. Being troubled. 

Q9I— G9G<3- 9— (en. <3fr*sQ€i &*m) — t I 99Q*(G9<3) 
Daha ^ .*•. Dahala (See). 

^r *%, •*(« g$qG9 iwfllW s?Qq as* §«) — 

' . 2- The period of the 1st ten days of 

the Mahomedan month of Mohoram. 

QQ -G9.. ©<*(*. 93 )— V I 9131 ^a, ^flOQtQ— 
Dahi 1. Curd. 

s§ a$iQ ©& qqq q8£9GQ gb$ at? #Q2i£2« 

0Qia§<l 91^*9^0^ G9IQ3I4 6 951! 9§GQ 

aifl SajQ oiql q?K5-fe«taq[«?«l WR 9Q. qgq 
£sa§* 9o1q aQia $<i ©r^ oti» 91 estia q§> 91 

£><&! G9IQSK1 I 

q|aiQSl©8 9§ <S|9iQ GCI|$< QTOQS t 

: GtQ\ 91 Sl£> 9§ <51IQ9I% 311^, 313 9$ 9§ 91 SS 

98 %SIQV<§ 919* Sl^aiCaJ G9IQ Q!QH9I CQiq* 

«IQG«*9IQ $C? S1IQSIK1 I G99MS13, 3OTIGQ 9g 

9<$9 oai **%, a%9, »©aiQ 6 §«3fl s?9 s>9!99 ; 

QQ€gaQ ©!^IW;-98$ U|9<S>9 ?{9IQ 6QIMI 
9Q3$£} I q$9l* ■||ife:* s j5iP ■ ^^ STOSjGQ 9g 
GQ§ v§ »ffgo qIs* %§ ,91$ , ci£ra <$< G9i«* 
G0te99<ira «8 ' 9§GQ v a9Ht9G© aQiaaio $g- 
QIO Q9IQ QS ®§a ggQ QqW&Jftgll'-- 95^8 9§, 

■> J -9§ *£% * a^a^^l Q9ief— 2. Soft curd- 
like matter; a thing like curd or jelly. 

* 1 flj* aasQ a^i 9^90 etfisaQ^ii 9|— 

■ 3. The soft substance inaide the Jbrain.g 

^?csj qoq AAC9 q« ^V— W*^. «9«qo eoia i 
i 9!€9— V I (VIMS) ©-^ 99—1. Curd. 


'g^9 3184 eqQ gqgos ^©(91 g?ioigq 

i Q G^IQ 9§9I QCQ Q9Q ,018%. «»SI9^ 
9I9IQ 9QG9<3%€3Q a 99»a OiS Q^l<3 ^ 
<J9" Ge G9Q* 99021 ai§}^ ©a*GQ 93IQ 
aCTI fi^tii 9ga|3 — The thick lower layer 
of sea-water which is left in the 

shallowpan and boilded for manu- 
facturing salt.. 
<5Q2BO— GQ. 9— 9QS8Q (€Q«l) 
Dahiaja Daia laj( See ). 

Q99Q— G9. 9— 9§>G9 ^1 ^9^ ^9 G9Q 9$ ^ST 
Da^hikargi ^g© qq$\ <3$gQlQ ^^ - 

9§Q©^1 7 A. curry made of curd or whey 

QSQeT r^^^P being boiled after proper 

W$$ ^W seasoning. 

9IG9 WI919) 9 — flldSQ fll* ^%9iQ 99 Qgfe 

991 ©q^9i 9§ gGcr 9^ a%a §p — 

The food preparation, made of sunrice 
boiled with\jurd or whey for offering 

to Goddess Lak&hmj on the' Thursday 
in the month of Margasira, 
<?@WI-G9. 9 — <19g9IQ alff— 

Dahikanda A kind of paddy. 

Q§82Q— GQ. § ( « Q%l+Sft ^1^= <3l*aT^>| )— 03sf' 
Daliikhua §^ig Sl^GQ 9^% G^l§ ^sl 91915 
^ 9^ai<3; 3g99Sl — A. churning stick; a 

HSJT'ffr churner with which curd is churned, 

Q9q.€j$l©— G9.9 ( e-a^jW; 93-K9-hQ§ ) — 

Dahigurdubhata ?9|9Q QJP 99 $fllQ 9Q &■ 

( 9g^9^9 3 9g^qo- ft aO^ V qflR QP1I 

«lt^J®W5 ■ (ei99i§© S9glG9> 99 Q9 <S|Q9|^p. 

4l8f€LQ; 2l9*tQI9 —A meal (of rice mixed 

with curd ) taken by a bride and a 

bridegroom respectively the l&sfc time 
on the previous day of marriage. 

<99©@!~ G9. 9 (3- QSl 6 ©31«9; ^9G»9 €19) —1 I OQI 

Dahichurga Qg 3 QQ| gGC 9§ GdiatQ 93© 

fwpjt 9^991 ffllQt— 1. Food prepared by 

^ few^T mixing parched rice with curds. 

> I «$, fll^, fll^i^ 6 ^919 Q3S^Gfl 9q- 

891 9|0«lG^O9 — 2. Feeding of Brahmins 

on reSgious or funeral occasions. 

[ 9— 28» G99G9 »©9lQ gi^«* SQ GGIW 

Q^ 9ft9^GQ 0*^80 G9IQ3S I $&< €>9I 6> 


<^5> 


■9g©9' G q % 


( ™$>°9 ) 


Q§ £U1,£> 


oft^ecr 99 <?§ 6 ©§ seer 9§©i gi$>iGQ q$l 
q$ gqq sicw$ "S'l^WKP oi#" saw 
ogsii< I ] 

Dahiohurgameru gifl S>©$9$1 a*©Q g|£j 3% *Q§ 

©9i*gq eara gqq «q qs?©9i «iw— 

(a Brahmapa) Who in no case fails to 

attend any Dabichurda feast and also 

can eat Dahichurda in much 

quantity. 

<WS©I— GQ- § ( 93 6 $Q% )— GQI£K?§^ $a*GQ 
Dahichhena S^iq ©gjQ ©q99l GS©I— 

frf^lffl Cheese prepared by boiling whey 

[ §~^ Q$QQI -aQtflGQ 9§GQ <5t^| g©iQG$ 
©191 S§saiQ Q$Q Gfi©i §0 ©I9iq. 9a G2©l ©9S) I 
<S»a GQQl^SGQa 91 ©SUGQIQ, QSG©iq, QQG3I9©, 

€fi^eft©cr, ©fl©a f $.q©a GciiQaeisj sno ©a© 
9a €2Qi acaai 9§ gs©i -si^i i q§ gs©ig©. 

' G2QI 99!, GSQi QI^B SJIQ QSIiet ^<J l 
9§ G3©i $21 GSOI SIGQ9I 91IOh I ] 
Qf?Q(«3)— 91. 9<£1 («T. 99<0 — t I 93 — 

Dahija(ja) 1. Burnt. 


C9lG$« G9 9&.QQ | 


^ I Q9Q8; ga1$©— 

2. Tormented; harassed. 
9 — Qi?ft — Burning; 

Q®» <3)©QQ1 — 91. $— 60(991^ 99©QQ9!;9$ 9Q9I- 
Dahaja(ja)kaiiba To burn down 

(99G* 9Q9I— a9iqfl) *ico d«qiQ «qq Q@e 

-Q9. oeqncrQ 1 
<3>QG©I©9|— TO. S— • I 9§9IQ 9§ $£' ©Q9IG9G» 
Dahitordapa 93 qi8qi aiQ* 9h99|Q 90991 
(9§G©iQa1— *]) 3GQQ 9i o»ciie% awes*— t 

^ea^QL I 1. A pot (made of cocoa- 

Q§G*»9©1 J * nut shell or bellmetal) used 
9©*9&g > - for measuring curd while selling. 
OfitffcaJ* GO- «. V— ^ I ( <ai©9G9<a ) cotf 
^ 9I1Q ©Q <3©ia$G9 9$aetfWGQ 


V QgQ — 2. One who gulps a .large quan- 

tity of whey down his throat with a 

sound. 

SQGfcl ff« Q§ G9I953 (GSI^gI) aCToi QOSQ 0|<l; 

cgiqsq sq 01 a3o«i« (?«« aieaiQ aw » oa 1 . 
Q§Q§QI — GQ. 9 ( ^. ©1^ 9#!SJ|, 'Qyiftl, Qai.QQI, 
Dahidahika 19OTI, $9$&l, " 0^81, Wiwrt, ^&; 

Q§>QgSII > «Oi^g Wl (-C9IQ TOq. ©0?G«<19a©IQ 
QWS^lJ OIQffl^a QCt 9I9IGQ.6 O ©l»^L 

wat, -^^^ G9te§ aipGQ qSotg^ 0191 2i^» 

q-4^ ^r G9IQ 9§S3I<) — A kind of herb grow- 

ing wild, whose leaves ' when crushed 
produce juice which turns into jelly 
when set down for a time; Tinospora 

Tomentosa. 
Q§ GQQI— GQ, $ — ^ ! W 9Q9I; ffJ^l ffQQI— 
Dahideba 1. To destroy, 

> I QQQQf aG*IClQl— 

2# To crush-; to knead. 
* ( ( smw ) 9Q99I— 
3, ( £gurative ) To excel. 

Q§Q€fc€»— CQ, Q— V I GQ6fc»Q ^§GQ O^OGQ ^91 
Dahinauti Q^gg aOIQGQ GCIIQ9IQ QaQ Q| ©qq 
Wft^f^ G^IQQ — 1- T ne round pitcher like 

^*ft ball of stone or masonry put on the 

crown of a temple, 

> I 9$Q& 99 9I§— 

2. A large pot full of whey. 

<KJW8-W W-jfei BW 0019; G9IQSIQI Q@ 
Dahin^utia ©^jq qq a^Q^g^ — Shaped like a 

whey-pot with a cover. 

[ Q—a$<a Ga?«* W, 0§©gjQSB V— Sq.. 

9$}SI 90© I ] 

Q?«I-G9GQ Q. ( ffl. Q9l©l' )— GdiQIQ Qlf ft&JGQ 

Dahina ^211991 CJ9IQ QG©Q — Bit; curb. 

, ffet (sai-<iqQ ^pacaGQ ^91^91 ©©gq 

(Q(9l)Q©li ^§©1 9GS^i; 9lg9l 9G5Q— 2t©^9) 
Q§ a«IO— GQ. 9— QaiQi Q© «GCf 9$ 93IQ gg© 
Dahi pakhala QqQQI <]©gQ(Q ft^QQ flM — 
Jf^l^ Boiled rioe moistened with curds. 


9g QQIQ9 


f *>9*9 ) 


WhQJO 


^"> l«9iQg [ S"%?CWGQ ««« 

G9Q £a 6 cnq 9Qi§9igiq <i9i wq w$fQ a© 
^aieQsj 90 i<ifl$ © €9Q«wic«5r ®9*gq c«iew 

99 QQi(6g)Q9i— G9. ^-9WW ©se^ *js® 

Dahi basa(se)ib» qqsi gjaGQ 9§ a9lQ9l~— To Jset 
Tf^^tt^l down milk ( after putting 

a^fr5W?t5rt some ap$ : base iu it ) .for 

r ^urn nig it into curds. 

G091 1 flflgor G9Q Q®^ 9§ 963 oi§ 1 9a G9€© 

QQ3 atQ alQ G3?1GQ «lft SKWQ^iq, G9Q G969 

aQfli^cci 9@ 92fl39 «9i srasg, Q!3§ 9!§ I <I91 

<$aq <£Q ©tf© rf 9§> 991091% G96fc G9SI99 Ga 

Qg» 9§9I 6 319GGI aMi 36*39 G9Sl99 I ] 

9$ 9991— G9- $— ^GQ Aft CQQI^IQ ©191 99i9§GQ 

Dahi basiba a^9 GW| — ( milk ) Being turned 

ff^Ptl ^smTirt into curd. 

9@QQ(@l)— G9. 9- < * p . 9*l+9$9 )— 9§G$ 9%q 

Uahibara(r^a) SiQ^9l $q. §01— Cack immersed 

if^ll ' in or saturated with curds. 

-QfJQI— 69. $V< «.-W fc aiSL )— *■ I 681$ 6991; 99 

Dahiba 9Q9t; ©SB* $G)iQ ©|QQ ©IQ 6991 — 

Tf^l 1. To burn; to destroy by fire. 

9ga«* 9391 j ** * - ^ { ^ a ^ sg Q $ as CI fl(3a— 

*sy^. wiialo 1 
J 1 ( s$«aia ) 9961$ 9$9i— 2- (fig) 

to harass; to cause inaenae anxiety. 
* I Qaif) 6991 — 3. To be burnt., 

9§9IQ — G9. 9. Sfl- 63$ 43 98 93* 9GQ— 

Dahibfcli A. female whey-seller. 

9§ 9119— €9- 9- <■ 3999 €1®3 2- 9$) ^ Q *» ! G$7«§ 
Dahimachha 3991$ aid" 21M£> QQ91 €&£[6Q 

«W» 9%^Ql 9i^«Jl G9«|QQI 9^ 
«p«<^| flia — Curd and living fish 
shown 'to a person while setting 


out to accomplish some thing of 

importance . 
Q§ Slg80— gfN. (QIOIQ) Q— GWI — 
Dahi machhia Washerman. 

Q^g^i - G9. 9. ( a- QWflo%)— 9a flg^— 

DihimuhaS Churning o£ curd for extracting . 

if? &M3 GQ. 9^— 9^ «£QGQ 9i^§Q — 

%$t TT%T«TT Used in churning curd. 

Dahimu(mo)hinba G^l«^ 9|? Q^J)€l Q519I 3IQ ^31 


I «iqh%3 


9§J q9IQ9l 
Qg GG1MQ9I 

99Q— G9. Q. (cri. 99 = 


9g%^G€l fl^S> OQ9li 
9^ flffO 95191 — 
To churn curd. 


»Qa )- 


Dabila ggai {^ ©ig g«IOGQ 93 fa ft9l QI9— 

The playing card naving ten 
points or tips on it. 


}■ 


9@ @l§— G9. 9 
Dahi handi 


. I G3§ 9I§ GQ ^>aGQ QQ 3Q1Q 
98 9q|Jai<l— i. A pot used for 
curdling milk. 
5?'f* J I G9Q* 9I§GQ 991 9g^i q^lSIKl — 

2. An earthen vessel used for churning 

curd a churning pot, 

* I Ga^T 9i§G9 9g aN-~3, The earthen 

pot in which curd is kept; the pot 

containing curd, 

99 G®9I— €9. ■£. ( «. 9^at$€fc 9^9tQ 4 )— 

Dahi heba ( Rg^lia ) <q><S>Q^ G99I — 

993 G99I I ..\ figurative ) To undergo 

9§»9i 6991 ) **^ haraasment;to suffer great 

mental anxiety or worry, 

9S»*i-G9. M* { «- 919i ) — 

Dahya ^. | sai^i; 9^—1- Burnt. 

^ 9 1 SIQiG>a ? ' WQ * ; QQy ^-2. Troubled; 
989** 3 *- harassed; pestered; agitated; 

perturbed. 
$— 9flaS>5 99fi»«5 Sl^asi — Harassment; men- 
tal agitation; perturbation. 
Q$HfllQ— 3. 9*L ( 99^yi9_+Q^. 30 aiQO ) — 
Dahyamana £ 1 £191 9^aSj 3191 98 G9Qag> 
©^91—1. Burning. 
S I ( QQ<a|5f; 331— $9^ ) 993«— 
2. Greatly perturbed; affected; troubled. 


99 


( flipor 


OlQQK 


Dahra v | gsi*— 1. Fire 

2. Forest fire; conflagration. 
■ • I ffQ9™ 3. Name of a hell. 

vi 9q<a G99QI— 

4. The Sea- God; the Indian Neptune. 
* I QOQ — 5. Stomach. 

( mi— 5Q10 =goqo I ) 

9 l$9qi©ia — 

6. The heart ( compared to the sky ). 
9 I 9Q— 7. Forest' 
91 (ai%)— S.— G9Qi-To give. 
Da (root) 

91— «. 9. ^1 ( 9( ai§+q9. o*e)— v j 919— 
Da • " ' 1. Gift 

> I Q€liaQ — ^„ Befining. 

" I ( Garoitf, G9iai$+©\) — CQ9— 

3 Cutting. 

v | Q39% Q3G9 MfflQt Q§a— 
4-. Superficial heat or temperature. 
- ■ * I (aiS9iei, G9 aiSL+^a) 9^ ai£Q— 
5» Protecting; preservation. 
G9. .9 (e. 9fc*)^9r»(OTg) — Daa (See) 
QI20— G9. § ($. 91$)— ?. I af^-^^HQ 9Q9 0^ 
• D&a 9IG*q 9tQl; yKT*9^g~l. A sickle; 

W\; ^tCt; ^ffes 4<Td) scythe. 

(031—0 9Q§ 26$ 9$q ota 99 Qig i) 

> I QSISl— 2. A bill-hook; chopping knife. 

oiaf©— gi€9. (WKBtf §~9l§lj £ta— Road. 
Da-anrda 

9131^— giG9. <ai»ga) 9— QS 0141% GW Ql«Qiaitf 
Da-ankurdi sjgi aacQ 3fi*Q 9iaj 9q$— 

A scythe attached to a long stick to cut 

thorny branches from high trees, 

9I208— G9. 9— 9»9$ 99GQ ©tf 91 9l«3l G99IQIQ 

Da ani 9m9$9 SJ9I — Searing iron . 

Qj209l§«O— G9.9SI — 913 09 9ftQ — Edged or toothed 

Da-adarjhia ' like » scythe. 

QieOGQO— giG9 (daWS) §—3133 a$S)a 9i shosmq- 
Da-abethi 310$ "fi$% y|£> qs\ 6991010" $91 
IQia Ml — a^Gja) 0isfl9$GQ QspaiG© 91a §iq 

63$ Q$d 99§— Free harvesting of 


paddy of the Gountia or Mafidar of a 

village by the royals,- 

QiaDGQ^i — G9. § — Qiaq 9I9GQ a§ 9^9919 QQ9 

Da-abepta ©aG$ 91 ?QQQ ?19l 9IOQ 9p|— 

*fte)<!^1; ^ranrr gS The wocden handle of a 

pickle. 

(9ia qoi ; oia go- 91 spi — rSi9H%a) 

QIQ— C9. 9— 9i£j (G9*)-Daya (See ) 
Dai 

G9. 961 (2. 9t$jl5'— O 91$j1 — 1- Responsible. 
(eri- 9ffi)— ■ > 1 QWI9--2. Claiment 

DSiii A long fether whidh many beasts 

9!Q* — afiK^a; ' .are tied, 

9IQQI— G9. § — ^ i 91^91; 9IG^9t; 91^ Q1 §9I*, 

uaika $1^1 <$ am9iqqr fl&iGQ q^^ g3t§3 as^Q 

WttiWl; ^ll GQIQft — 1- Ironical and satirical 

J?T. ^1U doggerels or couplets flung at each 

other by antagonistic parties of 

dancers and singers. 

* I 9999 — 2. Proverb. 

931 S§9ICW3 qQ?OQ SOQ GOO QQ QIQ9ICQQSK9 I 

QIQ9I 9Qi(G9)QQI— G^. ^. 9— 9I9I9N ®l^ aaQ ag 

DSika paka(ke)iba gg- SG»i^ gG^ld, Q€l ' Gtl© 

( 91^91 3IQ9I— «9h%3 ) €I1Q9I— Singing ■ of 

ironical doggerels or conplets by a 

dancer against his antagonistic party* 

QIQQI ^-gfl€J— W- 9— aiS)l9l«JQT ^GQ €J^^ gq^Q 

Daika maramari fiQGQ QQiQ 93^9 99 3Q SS^l^ 

9^99IQ — Mutual use of ironical or 

satinul doggerels or conplets by the 

dancing parties against each other, 

QIQ§— G9. 9. ( e. Q.qq )— 91^— 

Daitwa Responsibility. - 

.QIQQIQ— 9IS9. ( SI^WQ ) 9— 9ISJ9IQ ( G95I ) 

Dai-dar , Dayidar ( See ) 

( QI^9IQ— SI9i%a ) 
QIQQI— G9. £. ( «. G91 aj^© ; 91^% )— 

Daiba t | QI^GQ 2I19QQ «9% OlfQI; 9«G9ia QQ 
TN* 9* ,©lf9l— 1. To cut paddy plants with the 
3H&IT sickle; to mow down grass etc.. 


9|Q qWQ 


( *$>•(* ) 


9IQ9& 


J I (qmi£) ©»Q jjjpq© 9&ro cqsi 9Q9I— 

2, To enjoy or suffer or reap the fruits of 

one's fate. 

* I 9l§Qi ( €9*3 )— 3. Dahiba ( See ) 
<flQ qgQQ— G9. ©. (WOQ 39; a. 9lq1 6 tri. gS9Q)- 

Dai mudei «..j G9fa§ 21QGSIG! 9*l£^ g9l€H^9GQ 

wt?^ siciGai^ e^iaa 9^91 9i^ — 

1, A person wh»*aecuses another openly. 
J i 9ISI9IQ — 2. Claimant. 

€9. ©«— Qiqsiqjl ■< ^si® )— 

'Responsible; accountable. 
QIQfi^fifc)— GQ. $. I *. 9|d )— $®Q ai$ 9l89iaiQT 
Dail(li) 9<i9g>© G€i$ 9121 — 4 small sickle used 
(9Q£l — OCHQ9). generally in weeding biali paddy 

9l$— e«?. 9. %1. (*. alfl; gi$s>. ai^l)— 
D *i * i ai^jlj ^aqioij gs %%39*9K^iqaiGa — 

<ft 1* Wet-nurse*, nurse. 

V$t P I qlfllQQQ Qfifcogi .91 g$9 QqQ9l 9I&SQ 

(91$ SI — aQi^fl) MA it*— 2. A midwife; a female 

practitioner skilled in the obstetric art # 

QIQ— G9. 9- ( : -3. W-"Q$0$ 3- W; 0*1. 9IQ ) — 
Dau ^ | Qiai* $i$ia— 
tfre*-, tl 1- Torture; harassment. 

^f* \ Q'«* aid fl e^©« w— ws«u ^crto ««&«ai i 

( 9is£— «©iqa ) 5 I gsi& €©©> goia— 

2. Eorce; violence; brunt. 

3* Oppression; tyranny, 

■ G9K& $ «£ SIS 1 q« 3>C?> £ilffla$ <1S0 QI& 

areas' « s§ gq— ssgci. gala i 
■* \ ©IQI — 4. Heat; burning pain. 

* i a1g»ij 9h^ G99Qi; iawi— 

5. Trouble; pain; distress. 

ftq©6QS9 QlQ S>»l 919 

qgsi aw^ssQ as— esq aV ©caw^- Q-alo i 

QIQ—G-. Tendermosfc part; vulnerable 

part where a stroke can take effect; 

vital part of the body. 

7. Convenience; fit opportunity. 

Oil 91? $10 Qfl, «£« a»!QGQ Mri, GQ&QIQQ 


r I «9Q© — 8. Enmity; grudge, 

*i I QQGaia— 9- "Revenge. 

QIS&20 -GSW. 9. ( HO. 9191 )~0 9191 — 

Dana 1. Claim, • 

wt^ j i <?i9i5 ^ 9lsiqw giaoi-- 
^T^T 2. Advancing a claim by petition. 

* I 99Q3I ^aai9a Q§9I — 
3. Filing of a case or suit. 

•»■ | §Q|Q— 4. Dispute; quarrel, 

* I 99991 — 5. Case; suit. 
G9. Q$—K I ©9Q— 1. Skilful. 

J I G9 ^9^1 G9q_QI^ ©GQ — 
2, Opportunist. 

Ql^gfl - 69. ©til. (8)— €3 «8 91 qS9l€l ^§ OT196Q— 
Dauna One who acts by availing of opportuni. 
Pft«*^1ff ties; opportunist. 

( QI^GQ©^ 9IQ919— ao^^a ) 

QIQQ1Q— SQ. «. ( WTOQ^l )— 

Daun daun < | q& ^ yaliiq €19 Q§— 
ift^Ht^ 1 Making thumping sound. 

snrora ( aai— «i §c3gq 91^ 91^* 9^ Qqsi tfai 
< 9i6" 9l6* — ac>iq,a ) w G9q 1 ) 

* l 4Q 9^9^G«9IQ €19— 

2. Violent beating sound; palpitating 

sound of the heart . 

* 1 §£[GQ QGSi'a ^TO^gg-— 3 * Violently 
throbbing or palpitating through fright 

Q|gJ flIQQI— GO- 3—* 1 %®M Q| <3U ^§ Q|fl QQ9I- 

Daun mariba 1 . To avail of an opportune 

(9lgj*Sfi 91Q9I— a^H^a) time to gain one's end. 

ifl iftl ;ia^§ ^l <&ai3 G93 Q$< QQ QQ9I- 

5[f«r TTttsrT 2. To get some money by means of 

fair or foul 

* I 901© €9fa§ 9g?i ?i9 9Q GffR99| — 

3. To pounce upon or take away any- 

thing tactfully. 
QWfi>— €9. 0. ( OTlS>ai €19 )— 

Daukala saa" 9» «H9IShe« «¥?Q Olfif^ QQQ^ 

^fWT 6S9i9N — (nautical) The machine or 

fTfe^^^ crane with the help of which the 

anchor of a ship is raised up from 

water; capstan. 


<HQ3t® 


( *9K° ) 


QlQ &<§QI 


Daughat 1- Oppression. 

9 1 $G9<8 aai© — 2. Serious hurt, 

3, Pain; distress; torture. 

4, Very frightful condition of a sore or 

wound, 

( aai— «ai«i QQ» qiqqi© ©^8 i ) 

Daughatia ( See ) 

Daughatia 1- Very distressing. 

303TY -> 1 rf giece «ra© QWI G9% §CM 
g^Qi^O 2. Torturing; very painful 
owing to being struck at some vital 

part. 

<3I3€1ISI— CQ. 3*1. ( W. ^1^+3- «H« )— 

DaugMti <- I TO^IQH.. Harmful; mischievous. 

9 I €3 g©6€lia GWI^lGO^I 9GQ— 
2, Revengeful. 

Dauni i I C9CTOieQ 999»*60 «WQ.. Ml ««" 

$ft1 1* A long rope to which bullocks are 

3flm,tf<lft tethered together to go round a 
central post while treading paddy- 
sheaves to separate the grains from 

the stalks 

> I aagq,©— 2. Dewla P ( Howelis). 

<Wg© ©IQQ «J?I - 3 ' Searin g iron * 

»i$" $«^« ««ua 083* coa oifitf" «W ^ ft " I 

g«9. (ansa) 9— gaqgq cioiQpi cqqq otio© 

.-A ratan ring .put round the central 
post during paddy-treading opperation. 

<3l$g»-«Q. ^-(qiqS%) ©§a— 
DauiriS Trickish. 

M®Q9Q-^-^- Qft9Q ^ Q9!Q g * 9IW wl 

Daunigiri ^g-Trickishness. 


Daundi A kind of drum. 

Olfl^'l ««*Q Qificf €Q fflOQ «Q CQ 

Q! a£ f a C*9P coww/woa W #> W W I 

Daundia Pertaining or relating to Daundi. 

OI^q— to- 9- (oifl)-6*Q« ©so© Gaias* €H*G©sf- 
Dftud A Mougal Governor of Orissa. 

^t^ Gflicifi^iQOiGQ aqg, G9IQ QaiOl tf^iQ 

King David the prophet King of the 

Bible. 

Daudkhani A kind of fine rice. 

QlftQIft— TO. « . W' ( «* ^W=«9 ^" - 
Daudau t | ^go^ ( OWI )j ©9©*— 

Wt^fl^ 1. Brightly. 

> spT > 5 ni . w «a. 4w qici Q» «9« "°© «o«|- 1,. 

cao^^i oici. age Qfliqfl 1 
* I QIQQIQ* ( €Q« )— 2. DauSdaun ( See ) 

*i«i ^SL«® Cffi^ Qiftoift 1 qraT 9. RVQQO- «i§ ' 

Dazaling; glittering; bright; glaring. 

N. a. ( atfiMQa) — €W9GM— 
A kind of measured sound. 

Qi9 qiq a«^ ^QS H9WIQ 1 gioi. s^e^oo«Toi 1 

QI61QI— G§TO. 9- (a. QlQ^')— «fl«MQ Q8» «W— 
rjaudi A ^i Q( ^ °^ excellent wheat. 

Dau neba Dausadhiba (Sse) 

Dau patiba Being convenient for one's purpose; 
itf&fci ' suiting to one's purpose. 


-QtQGOq 


( •$*! ) 


Qie^JQi 


Daupech Opportunity; opportune moment. 

(QlQCaQ,, QIGJG0t Nf QI€JGQO-«0*i%g) 

Dauria Sinkola (See) 

QIR 3l$jQI-GQ. §— gQGflia GQQI — 

Dau sadhiba To retaliate; to be avenged; to feed 
tfNflW fat one's grudge; to take grudge; 

^IWR to repay one in one's own coil. 

Dae Daya (See) 

Daer *. | ©^qalQ — 1* Under trial; pending on 

*tara j 1 Q^qa a^WGQ $aai8®— 

^T*; 2. Filed in court; instituted; begun; 

initiated in a court. 

©— toiqogq (GWWfli) cjagia©— 

Institution of a case in court 
Daer kariba To file in court; to institute. 

(Qieqg qqqi— afi»%a) 

Daeri QQaiQ^I — 1 Instituted; filed in the 
(QlaSJQ — 2lftM^.a) court. 

^Tqct ^qi_2. Pending decision 

Dael Split-moong. 

Dant Arch. 

Dafirdi The long bars of a bullock-cart. 

Dant . Tooth. 

4°IS> qwi— flIW. («WWS) £—31$ W^l— 
Dant chabiba To grind one's teeth. 

Qisiqa— 3. <?. (qa+a^Q) — 1 1 5Qi (g. amiac*; — 

Dakshayana 1. Gtfld. 

S I ^MeiQ flgQIW 591 (g. OT3I0Q) — 
2. Ornaments and ofcher fancy things. 


«H 


1 $§$% GWQtg. SOTWW)— 2. Gold coin, 
v *| <$gg# (s^fii) — 4, Dakshajagfia (See) 
QiQiqsfl— a. $. <1 (Qs^geiaQpe^+aawca, asp 

Dakshftyani -f^l. § ) — V I QS£J»ia$Q qq«^ 

( Qisii^al— ag«iq,a ) ssi- awcfc Sjcfi— 

1 . Sati; Parbati in her previous birth, 

fflfeQ £sq qqsI — mqio. qav© * 

-> I ( GfiilQS ) 6QQS1 Mp— 
2. The 27th lunar mansion, 
80 I tt. Q§90O — ( G»mI©S ) a£o<«|Q ->9 
QS3 — 3. The 27 constellations or 

lunar mansiosns. 

* I Gqgtiil 093 ( 8- aMiaQ ) — 
4. The 4th lunar mansion. 

* I Q«K} 4} as© — 

- 5. A wife of Kasyapa; Aditi 
a. 94 9igiqa+QG N )— *|eSb (g. a©gia§) — 

Golden. 

Ql£|iq«u€ie— a. Q. 9? ( QMI€(«1+a©j 9%\ 9© )— 
Dakshayanl pati ^. | Qq^ 39IGW — 1. Siba. 

t l ©iqaQ; O^ — 2. The moon. 

QfQtQM — 3. Q ( Qfl = WWIO GWI+aai s -c>giflh + 
Dakshajya aaoiieef. a) Z 1 ciq^ 5 ^S^QIW— 
1. The Garurda (king of birds)* 
/ I aiSWIj SB — 2. Vulture. 

Qi^a -«. w— 1 1 (^flii+a)— QMw^iq — 

Dakshina 1. Relating to sacrificial gifts, 

y i(^S«+a) — 09613^1^—2. Southern. 

2. 9— €!Qa21§l§G<Si$ G9Ifl?»GCig— 

iS"ame of a Vedic sacrifice. 

QlSaiOS— *. M ( 9M— Qfl«W>a+'C«lOIW ©»©' 
Dakshinatya aefGQ. Oh )—K I Q@tilQQQQ — 

1. Southern. 
> I QQtflGQ a^go — 

2. Situate in the south 

3. Pertaining to the Decoan. 

« I Qfitfl CQQQWli Q99a — *• Inhabiting the 
southern portion of Deccan. 

a^qa adi^ a^a © 699 — 1 . The 

Deccan; South India; the part of India 
to the south of the Bindhya range. 


oisdisM gq 


( *9%9 ) 


QI«Q <S|Q© ; 


[5— < ' w ^ aacQ giofo gifli&s ««| ggGQ 

QiQfj© GWIQ G9«U3N Ql§ I «g WQQ 536QQ 

iWftQI eoauai-o I ] 

J U9V* — 2. The cocoanat. 

Dakshipatya prabha Baibaswati prabha (See). 

QiSfiWq— giGQ (saioga) 9 — arcgaeral qpiQ gi^e 

Daksbinatraya €l«teG$g — 

GWW9?iq sat 9^q gasa gsoigq 9i§<3<to<£ 
gw^gsh qgq wi^.,93QflieQ g$ tinq, 
aiQ fi«€S^ Qgsu .OK* qg aieiQ^ G£TQ«, 

g^g qStfuq QiqgQ «c^q .«$& $ ro$we 
gas% aioqaa* era g>q qqcs* cgaies si»g$- 

$>£j WGQ QQ©© G9SQ I ] 
QlflfiM— g. 9 — (Q&3I + GSWG4 S)— * I Q^|— 
DSksninya 1. Humanity; kindness-, pity; gene- 
rosity; milk of human kindness. 

2. Patronage-, favour,.. 

3. Liberal-minded ness. 
v | qqa©| — 4, Frankness; sincerity; 

*l ' simplicity. 

*1«S%?^^^^-#»WP^JE; politeness. 

6. Creating of a favourable impression on 

another's mind. 
[ <^— <m 9^1 qGCr $1<5>©Q 3Q^GQ QiQ$a 

Deserving to be given a present, 

well- <r._9- q]. (9fl+«H* i Qsa geieiw qgwi— ' 

Dakshi 1. Daughter of Daksha, 

"J I QlStecy fliOW Olfl— 2. Name of Pacini's 

mother. 

[$,— aig©^QIsiq,§> otiqsiki |] 
QIQH- 3. Q. (QS-f-QCQ. a)— ^ t-<MOfj ajpi — 
Dakshya 1. Experfcness; agilifcy; smartness. 

. -> * GV^i — 2, Skilfc cleverness, 

■ ■ ■« i qflij ei&qaQQi — 

3. Ability; competence. 
' €Q. *.— Qfi*, flQWI^^- Patronage. 


el© o qqo© C9 o&eq'G i * 

qii«i i-CQ. (Q89ie*qiGor«iOj omi omi)— «Mt 

Da— kha Abbreviation denoting payment of 

rent. 

[Q,— <i w g©tQ_.^so9Qi ©i»as qi ?ai qi§©gq 

9HSK^—g3G9, 9. (W©Q2J) (ff|. QflK^-a^|Q f a©©.. 
Dakhal <*?!§«= ^o £>9q)— <. I 9IGQ. 

^^. • ^9§©— 1. Presence. 

^T^>^ ^ I a^lQ9'i Qa|[l§© 9QQI — 

(Ql^ 9I«— aOiq.0) 2. Delivery^ placing; 

producing before a person. 

* I z6 Ggsj^t— 3. Remittance of money 

4. Payment of money, 

* I ©Qie^-QtW — 5. Deposit. 

2, Present; delivered. 

* ! (WSWSQ 9191 m) qfo^ qq©^ Qa 
SI|Qa9l— 3. Entered (in paper); recorded. 

* I GgeiQ — -5. Remitted 1 . >n " rr " 
? I ©Ql©^ ©q99l— 6. Deposited, 

Q!^gi^ ©5IG9 9I-_«?I as|q <S©«J», 9I««1 QQ |] 
QICK^OQQI— GQ. ^. (99Q«l)-( | g<10 GQ^a§|Q9|- 
Dakhal karibS 1. To pay; to deliver. 

3lfoi!f «ICT 2. To produce; to present; to sub- 
mit; to file 

GfllGIIQQIi 09IQQJ— 3. To enter on 

paper; to record; to add the name. 

QISIfi^QMl— W. 9A. "(Q0Q2D) Gfilfif Qi§ aefJQ Q|^ 

Dakhal karj QG€J— Payer; depositor; person 

making a payment or deposit. 

QI«^€IIQ«^-G§W. Q ( QQQ& ) (ff|) ( 9I^=-GS1IQ 

Dakhal kharaj Ott9l + «e^-oefi||Q 9^1) 

(QifteeiiQ©— ao^i) i 1 «iiq» x quo. ^,, Q9 


QlSlffi CIS© 0Q9I 


( •5't* 


■QM. 


9Q3I 0Q9I — 1. Replacing an old name 

by a new; substituting on paper; 

recording the name of one person in 

' **' the place of another, 

('aai^osfitiQ 96qi9§gq n <a«iq© Qisaniq 
oqflQ i) 

> I (*GOfaS ^ S69 ) 6?Gsi Qt^Q (sieii— 
S>G^©!i qTOi^J, 0JPWOI91Q) ©Ifl 01f€^Q 
W CRtOiqft ( GS©I, Q^q%|Ql3l? ) Oifl 
e8<3>ra. 91 SQOISi §Q§JGQ Gfi%3oi — 
2- Substitution; mutation or registra- 
tion of the name of a new person (e. g. 
purchaser, heir, successor) in the place 
of an old or out going person (e. g. 

vendor } deceased, predecessor) in the 
office papers or records. 

QWIft WQQ9Q9H- W»-:£ ( 0©€i?fl )— ?Qg|Q QW 
Dakhalikh»a].;tair!b« efl$GQ q.qs>tf 839131$ Qra 
(Qsqa «hkl«oti — ro^a) oisgqq w? 33013 

^t^T^fl^^ 91 ^91^ 9^Q Q|q 9WW — 

^rf^nsnfel ^PWT To register the name of" a 

successor in interest by cancelling or 
striking that of the predeceBsor. 

D&khala kharaja mahakuma g^q + 39031) GagJ 
iflfSW ^fW-^^prt SQOiSi W$h €>§jQGQ $£> 9<iq, 91 
$T#3S ^nfer HffWT $G30fa ©191 aQ9G$ ^§ 
' ' ' 1: ":' : assa s3£»i$GS &IQ3 6 «Q99i$Q qm 3q& 

SfeQi "GQ^iSW — Land registration 

1 ' • department or court. 

Dakhala khar&ja ru(ro)sM(shu)ni q<S)9H^9IQG$3l 

Q|<3IQ 3IQ0 *Q8 J ^ 91 S^QQIQQ ©|fl £)QQ 

liftf*!*! *fw *PW 91 3219^ a& QQO OQOiaiQ* 

^Tfe55 *sTlfel S^W ®^IQ^Qa39i £IQ— Fees paid 

to landlord for registration of sales or 

succession in the case of royafcy holdings. 

<M$9 G09I— GQ. -$ (0©Qa)-©<5qi 9^$, £>9$GQ 

Dakhala deba $Q| n§ 3SIQ9I 91 a<10 GQ9I — 

ftff^T ^1 1"° make payment to or deposit 

^ifetfr* 3R*?H with a proper person. 


QI€»Q SO^I-tW. -9 (0©QS8)— 8JQh 9m^ 9I«IQ 0Q9| 
Dakhala neba §Q|^ QyqG© 393 OQQI— To 

tftpfsj *rQ3l ( duely accept any payment or 

Zjm® %^n deposit which another is making 

or going to make 

.QiQfia 6§OI — €9. $ ( 09QSU ) - ■ «. ] «gGWIj GQ« 

Dakhala heba G99I — 1. To be recorded, 

TlftsT Wl ^ I Qaa© €WI— 2. To arrive at; 

^ifera %Tift ^ to attend. 

(S0I— ?1GO ci|GQ G4II01 QSaw, 9$C3G9S% ^ 

* I (aa 91 9|) Qai99ii a<io gwi— . 

3. To be paid or delivered, 

Qieifia— G9G9. q (o©aa» (eri)— v. \ wigwiq aigjQ- 

Dakhala 1. Receipt for money paid, 

(OI^Q— 21p<i%a) ^ I 4IM1 OWft 0QS19IQ QQQQ 
Wtft«Tl Q?) — 2. ^ent receipt. 

^Tfesf [ Q-<39iqL GQQ5?i3q, saiQiqq 093 1 
<19l ©Qqi fflQAGQ S3i G9IQ21N I 9GQ«iOQ G9I9^ 

2ji<] sa|%«!Gg ai^© §®%\<\ 6 «iGg qjgi qgs» 1 ] 

QieHR— €9G9. 9« ( 0©QSil) (eri— 9I<^— <?l^ Og 
Dakhali Q9| — Paid; delivered. 

Ol I Gill -G9- (©9QIQ 6 OGQQ2D giC^QO)— 'QlfilR' 
Da khS 'fliQft'Q ^iGfiJQO ^IsaQ^^- Abbreviation 
denoting 'Q|<3i<3|$£'* or mutation; altera- 
tion of names. 

[ g— *i «! 1 qi i' 5}ai <ihq giG^QQ qga 9**9§© 
?< 1 j 

Ql€! --GQ. ^ 6 93 (0G9Q2B 6 OQal 9<(99IQ) — 
Dakhla ' 9I«K^( G9S 

Dakhal ( See ) 

Qia^— GQ. ^> (OGOQ^Ji 6 0Q«1 9^99IQ)— QI3IQ (GQ«i> 
Dakhli ■ DEkhali (See) 

QI61 - GQ. 9 (efl. QIOj %ftff! QQ— 3 W3 SI. Q|€l)— 
^^g* a * I ©Q — 1. A mark; spot. 

fTT G3^ ©^ Qg3N — 2. Mark left by a 

thing on another. 

* 139; G2Qj 3|Of — 

3. A distinguishing mark or symbol. 

•8" 1 qftQiij 0»S©$ — 

4. Taint; a stain; a blot. 


o« 


<$ei qoiqsi 


,.( *9t* ) 


9IQ QQ9 


* I QiOl Qta^— 5. Inky stain or taintf 'ink- 
mark. 
9 I Ja9$6 — 6. Cicatrice; mark left by a 
• wound on the body, 

ri (§p. 3. W) -Qltfl; ©«f; -CQ9CQ GSS; 
^ ©9 QIQ— A mark made on the body 
with a hot iron; a brand. 
«~ 1 GQ«Hj QTQ— 8. A line. 
ci 1 ($£!«) SffGQ 91© G99I ^«-W«JW- 
9. (figurative) Mental wound; mark of 
sorrow left in the mind. 

t«n sjgi g>i w» aw^ 1 qeigq tai aiQSpi 

S$!l|SQ ©Q — 10. A mark or sign 
nwde on the body of a cloth or other 
commodity denoting the price of it. 
\«. I ff» QQGQ G9«ll99t 3©t ©9— 

11. Spot indicating the rottenness of a 

fruit. 

^> I (Qseiid) woia- qqq€; qoqt. qiq. a«piiQ,. 

BQ1§}— \ figurative ) Blot or stain on 
one's fair name; stigma; moral blot; 

caudal. 

■a»ap qpoi wicft g$? qq©, es $ai asiQo qicci «a i 

^« I Q«S Qfill, 9WQ <19 €^% 91 «Q2lQ 
EN®— 1 3 « P De ctarge by gun fire; 

firing of a gun. 

V« | engfa &S|aQ 09 aiQ, SI9I €> G9IQR QQGQ 

9I«I9 9I«I ©2«> G9IQ6IKI — 14. One 

does or mark of liquid medicine kept 

in a bottle. 
"~V* I (QMief) ^jT«5 WW'— 

15. (figurative) Defect; fault, 
^9 I G&* €Q«H— 16. Small line. 

<?l€l ^OI(€0)QQI- G9. S— GOkf 9§GQ G9IQ^9I 
Daga u^ha (the)ibS ao ©Q^ g^g ©qq^i— 

Q|€l 89l(€9)QQI To obliterate or re- 

Ql« $9l(G9)Q9t 

9I« MKGQ)Q9I / some 

QI9 «OQI— G9. 9 — * I G9fci9- WIOGQ G91Q99I ©9 
Daga uthiba gqq €991— The disappearance of a 
^t^ekj; ?W^I stain or *blot or mark from the 
3T*I|gCTT * ' body of a thing. 


. move a mark, spot, 

i blot or stain from 
thing. 


QiQ'fl9Qi . > i aGq§©"Q»sgst©s>G99i-- 

913 991 \ «9i%a 2. The removal of a stigma 
913 &Q9I ' from one's name. 

* I £©©9 GQQ GOTi — 3* The healing of a 

mark or cicatrice. 

v ! GQfaQ Qi^Q Q|& Gi3lC ^QGC} 91© 

G9IQ§pt ^8«t <5;Q G99I— 4. The forget- 

ing of some unpleasant memories or 

slights caused in the mind of a person, 

QlGI QQ9J — G9. 5 — * I 9l39lj©$G99l — 1. To mark. 

Daga kariba 9 \ g$Q 91 ©a* G99lj ©9 G99I— 

WWfel; VM**1; WMOT«*1 2. To brand. 

QIQ 9ltQ|— W. $— G97d9 9§GQ 913 91 ««l 
Daga kStiba 3Qr© $Q9I — To mark or line on 
WtM ^tlM; {PWISSII something. 

QIC! Q§QI— GQ. ©— t I G«?«9 QOieCQ flQQ ©9 
Daga rahiba €J§9I— A stain being left on 

Wt*WW» ^MK^HT something. 

(Qia Q§99i— aQi%a) -> iss©$€$9G3-Q§Sqi— 

2. A cicatrice being left on the body. 

<£9 ££SJ 9^9 9€iS S9Cd 

«SQ Old Q§9 9^Q «lQCCl I %8SrVfl9!«QO OQi I 
QIG1Q9 n (©)— S9SQ. ^ (ETI. 9ICiqfiH) — GWI SBQQ 
Dagaraj(ji) qiqio^ qjqioi trflo qqfl^ g«| 9lff 

Hiofli9 op 91 9if 919. ^1^1© 91 a^R 

0©9lj «a*S9 QJOWQ — Petty repairs 

done to the damaged portions of a 

plastered wall or concrete roof or floor. 

019 ft€H(eei)Q9l— €9. $~ K I G9M3 9§GQ 9QSS 1 

Daga laga(ge)iba ©Q 99IQ9I — 1- To make a stain 

ft*f sfhtR; ^TH5!T?STT on any thing-, to spoil a thing. 

j 1 (GQfas 9*^otGQ) QOQp,..aeqg gQ9l— 

2. To defame or scandalise a person; to 

stigmatise. 

* I ©Q9IG% QIGl 9QGQ9I; a^OlGQ 

QWTO% s^^i 9aor Q«iQ9i- 

3. To cause a permanent blot on a person; 

to disgrace a person. 

(aai-$iei!, eereocf q9q wi*i<i 9iei qgciq 

G99 GS3 ^QJ3N QIG9IQ 99 €>l§ l) 
QIG! q?i©|— G9. «?-Al SQsfl G99J— 1* Being stained 

Daga lSgiba 5 I Wfaa 9i^OIGQ 9«Qr 0091 — 
WWtttl; ^TTSinsfT. 2. Being stigmatised or 

scandalised. 


Wi9l 


( *90 ) 


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Ql€te!— G9. ® (01. 9I«5»!)— V I QWI; ©9 gwi— 
Dagiba 1. To mark. 

?W1; ^TmiT ? | Q# 6WI; qs^i— 2 - To brand 

(qqiqqi— a©Q)- with a hot iron - 

** I Q*J? GT<3§ 9€lQ1j qg$l— 3. To shoot; 

to fire a gun. 
v | gQ«| ©9 GWI — 4. To stain. 

QICll — GQ€Q. W. (ffl)— ^ I QIG <?l ©Qqg— 
Dagi 1. Marked; spotted. 

fft'sft ^ I $»§<£> — 2- Stained. 

2|q — .3. Convicted of an offence before. 

* I $8 991 G9I< Q9eQ,©0 Q$qp\ («)— 
4. Rotten (fruit). 

* I ©a" Q2D aiQftQI— 5- Branded, 

SQGQ. © — £)GQ Wl CIlQflQI GQ€>— 

A marked man; a previous convict. 

■Qlfllarawfl— G9C9. 9. («©Q3) (8I>— ©3Q q<?lfij 
DagiasamI GGS 1 W aiQ3§— A previous 

iftsti ^itTfft convict (accused). 

Daglchora A thief who has had previous 
Wt^tGSfa convictions; previously convicted 

^KQft thief. 

Dagha Heat. 

Dathangi Very very clever. 

Ql@Q— 2. 9. (Q9 a»%QQIG^I QQ9r-|-e$. a©) — 
Darclaka £ i Q|<$ (§. eM|4Q) — 1. Tooth. 
> \ ys&g «iwre WIS)- 2. Tusk. 

Qi€)OT— SIGQ. («W9a) 9— a^Qa (GQ«) 
Dardighia Arjlaghia (See) 

QlflfcilQ— SIGQ. (^SWM) 9— SQQQl aiflj SIQQ9I 
Daididhana $991 agq ©§^«3 a^Ql 8IQQ G^ai- 
(^l$4liQ — 2IQ"i^a) The husks of paddy which 

fall out when paddy is fried. 

Dardima Qj©^ era <§ qg*-The pomegranate 
(9IQH— SJQH^a) (trte and fruit) Punica Granata. 


Ql^flqjW— 3. 9. (QI9flM + 9; SH9IQ £J3 OIW, S£R 
Darclimapushpaka a§)— G3f©0 qfl (G^«l) 

Rohitaka (See) 

Dardima priya The parrot. 

DarjUmi <^g (g^#)— Darjiima (S4t). 

(Qi$slSt!Q — tlOiqa) 
Ql©~ GQ. Q. (3. y|Q 3 £|L QIQl)-OWQ SIS aiQ — 
Darflfaa 1. Sharp edge or blade of weapons. 

9 \ ( QfiKlie! ) fiflCH; a3W^9i— 

2, Being on the brink of ( some danger ) 

imminent risk. 

qQi qca siq «»QOQ QiGQ i qaitMa. spQlc^^q 1 
• ! (tmiief) 211% ^; «MI — 

3. Pride; stubbornness. 

v 1 Q|0 2| 21$, — 4. A sharp weapon. 

5. One 32th part of a cowrie or shell - 

money. 

[ -5— ^991 — *^W5 V9I©=^°9919 I ] 

6. A very minute part. 

?»9 QK9 s? aaa — S QS>< s§Qc*isp 1 
5»IQ^ Ql ff«Q GQI$3Q 9»Q ©9S9^1 Q© 
©§jsi — 7. The brink o£ a river, lake or 

an abyss. 

8. The edge of a wall or any high platform. 
t I gS)lQ; 9Q; G9© ~" 9 - Might; power. 

?l? ^o 1 ( a. Q°jjii gi. ©§; a. Q190 )— 019^ 

^If 9<3QIQ— 10* Sting; fangs. 

11. Tusk; big tooth of beasts. 

giGQ. ( 0961© ) $— wt ^ietfs sa^^Ga<a— 

Harrow. 


<$99Q91 


{ *$>*? ) 


9ieT m& 


G9. 9*. (■■«■: «I9 ai§.)— * 1 qqg— 1. Hot. 

/ I Gl£<*#<3. Sharp. 

910 9€)91— €9. §— «W9«i Oa«« 9S19I — 

• Da rjha karibS To sharpen an weapon; to whet. ' 

91© 9l§QI— €9. £—< I gora ao$© 9Q9t™ 

Dar<jha katiba ■ 1, Having one's might or in- 
(91© 91* 9Q91— sK?i^a) ftuenoelelt by pthers. 
J I $QS -OO^— 8- (one's order) To be. in 
force or to obtain. ■■'«. 

( oeii-r-W'-QSA^MGQ'mA fl9iqi<y*9i9t. ^Q 

■9ft» I ) 
91© fllQOI— G9. «— («*a) 99. fl|Q9l; «9$l «IQ9I— 
DaKJha khaiba" ( a river ) To wash down the 
(9KBI d»Ci9QI— «<PH^.a) brink; to oorrode one 

bank, 

( qai — <?$$i <i 9<a ais aw 9t© siq 9IQS I ) 
qi© aat(eo)QQi— G9.<£ — qi$$ ciiwi qi 9!$ ciqiqqi 

Darjha gala(le)iba To sting or bite. 

qi©qi§3i— fliw. { a«wqa ) w— 

Pai^hadar^hia 9iefl 91 9Q© OQ 9Q§ — 

Having the edge like a scythe. 

91© Q^QI— £9. 9 — Ql|l^Q 919 ®ty§ 69IQ9QI — 
Danjha parciiba ( a sharp weapon ) Becoming 
(919 'a^flSI— *ft%a) "■■'""* " blunted. 

Q|©aQ— G9, .9— 9Q,9©I 3& QQTl OQr- 

Dartjhamai A. crescent- shaped lader-like-roller 

rolled over a ploughed field. 
[ 9—^91 qa 69KW>I ©§3 Stai «Hf % Wit a 

9!@l — «. 9 (€91 ai§_=€$9Q QftQI.+ OQfl. © + 2fl)— 
Dar4ha e j qq 91*5 — 1. Tusk; big tooth. 

3 I 9I§9— 2. Sting. 
* I ©991^-3 Fang, 
v I gfabl— 4. Prayer. 
•$. j qq<g> — 5. Collection. 

G9. 9 .(«. 9i©!j 3. ^Jljfll- 9i9©l) W89I9— 

Sharp tooth. 

.<?!©— G9. §(«■. 91^.= 9g% 3. 919 Ql) — «. t qg — 
Dar^hi J. Beard. 

s I Gai9j.©99— 2.#0hin. 


• I 9©9 91 3^9 9©ai?Q 91$ -3. The row 
of front teeth of a bullock on the 

lower jaw. 

v I 91©! (69«)— 4- Qaijha (See) 
Ql©20 — €9. 9$! — * I €ISS — 1. Bearded. 

DSr^Ehia ? [ q]Q egq$ — 2. ^Having long 

itffB^ll and flowing beard. 

7n%*raF; 5?rtr;^ff5l^ ' 9 — qqfiWiq— Mahomedan. 

(919*00— asiqq) [9 — flfliMr^qa^a^iq^aai — 
9caQOrQ9i 919^9 9is?a 0919101 9 G$S^ 9ifl 

QG© G>I8* I ] 
Ql§2flSf — GQ- 9 — v l 09*10 eqj3 — 1. A crocodile 
Darp^hiani with a cup on its snout. 

(9li?'qidl— aOi'^B) .. M &Sn ©fjter— 2- The Uong 

snouted alligator; gavial. 
ooiGQ Ggifl§i %%1qq 90©'^ QQ» Q'l^a^ o^ao o ^ 0*1 1 

QlSaqOIQ— W. ^> ( QtGCfi^ )— q?Wto 9^ c 1 Qi 
Dar^hia pujari qjq^ — A Mahomedan cook. 

IQioa 8pi9lQl— ao^a) ( Qai— 2fl©Ql«iQ Stf© 

QGQ I ) 
9lf@OQI— £9. $ (QSjg G£ll^L q?^Q) 0^9 €991 — 
Dar^hiqthiba The coming out of beards (due to 
Wt^feit : avya^ra$tainiiigpajorifcy). 

(9IQG99I— gffiqp 
9l9"Qfli(G51)Q9l— G9. -^—^ ', ( ^giQ ) qq^ qs^Q 
Dar4hikama(me^iba qsa q^ ^Q 9^Q9| — 

ftfp^ft^ 1. ( a barbar ) To shave the beard of 
^Tfegf^RI another , 

2. To have one's 6eard shaven. 
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3. Dardhi chhaEtiba ( See ). 
910 Ql— ?. ^ ( 9IQI+9-KI. ai) — Q^j 919* — 
barjhika Beard. 

Ql§ ©4(G*)QQI— €9. ^*— q^iq ^iq ena^iSi 9J^Q 
Oatfjhi chhanta(ntB)iba QQQQQ 2j°€I 9%^Q9l — 
TtiTbliiyfT To have one's beard cropped by the 
Sr?t*i*IMT barber. 

91© a4T9l — G9. $— k i ( Q§|Q ) no, 9^9 ey^Q 
Da^i ohhantiba G9SS9 «1°€1^L 9%*q1GR 91191- 
*rl?l^i»i 1. (a barber) To pair or crop the beard 
5L$4Et£4l 3 V of a person. 


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Qtf» 


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2. Dar^bi chhantSib* ( See ), 

Qi§a9i(eo)Q^i— ». 3— Qgiw w m * l § *ftA 

Darjhi paka(ke)ib5 gg& Q^QSM- — ^° tave one ' s 

[qjq SL4)|{C$)Q©lr-B3%3p] beard shaven by the 

WtfteWL ^5f»W - barber. 

PaTJhi pSiba" Tie coming out of the teeth of a 

steer ( adult calf ). 

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QOGGi 'TOQ 919 aiQtf £9i£t G9IQ3KI I 9SI 

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Q1§ €*Wl-~S9. «— afl_ Q^pi; 91© 9QIQ9I: 9$ 

Dar^i rakhiba £N$ ff VQWI—Not t0 shave 

HtFUW one's beard; to grow the beard. 

[919 fl(QI; 9IQ Q^lfeSJWt—TOiQq) 

qfaffl Sharp-edged; sharp-bladed . 

qi©h— gi. <T. ( e- 91&Q aw q©im )— 

Dafflhya SW; 9?®!; tfSOIQfcl; flQQQi; §QS>l-~ 
(<3Wai— BO'tqp) Firmness. 

<M€?H9»§^W. *. ( 2. 9l©i 6 Q^%)~ 

Dar#yatSbhaUti 1 rei&fi) Q^ — 1. Unflinching 

devotion. 

» I QQQQQ <3&$$Sr ^9€)^10j 6§>28 §£- 
9G€I«9; 91^01^—2. Name of an Oriya 
book illustrating or mentioning the 
unflinching devotion of some devotees. 

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Qi^— 3igq. (^a^qs)) ^ — §Q^l — 

Dant Arch. 

QlSiQI — GQ.--^. ( S. 9I§=»9M, 93l9Q« ) — 
Daatiba v | 2)t®IQ9l — 1* To restrain; to 
(9l?9i — TOi^ei) check. 

*1&I - > I «OQS ©QQIj ©IWI Q^9I — 

gfd sf i 2. To scold. 

* 1 €11491; TOW* QQ9t — 3 - To overpower. 

( aai— gqgi ©i^ qq qi^© i ) 
^ I 9MQ9I; €1619Q aa ^9^ 9fJI asi a«^ 
«©% »^^© $€$>!— 4- To direct or 
regulate the motion of a cart by hold- 
ing its beams from behind, 

* I £1139 9Q9I; QSiff «WI- 5 - To 3 ub 3 ect 
to discipline; to control; to rule. 

9 I aqQic^i; a^QiQSl — 

6. To threaten. 

7. To threaten; to punish, 

91ft -CT. ^». (3. 9«j) — 

iJanthi <^ 1 gQ9| a?> €1QQ ^q, %Q— 

^Stfel 1. The stalk-like beans of 'Sajana*. 

2. The stem of Kharda. plant. 

^9 ©09 2J°a; 9ICT— 

3. Hard stalks of creepers, 

Ql%0(qi)— OT. 9« -514^ ^1^?; qgT«— 

Danthia(ya) Hard; abounding with stalks. 


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Q|§ QQSiq 


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«?l§ — N.:Q- ( *. 91$) — 

DSncla v j qgi ; Q|^ ; aa — 1. Road; way; path. 

9(tWl G««01€Q €9 Vff C^IQ<! 9$GQ 

^ren cetf o'gq soa o'eg o@ esq i^ 

-> i qroigj 9?9— 

2. High way^ public road, 

QS3Q QQQCCQ9 ^GG S£GQQ 9 ICC Ql$ I 

^^ 3, The outside of a house. 

ss*a «$q gvgg 0139 «iqq i ae©- C9. a i 

v i q^Q 999 aid, sagf aiei wsiiaiww 
9*i99t$h-<-4. The sadder of a house. 

* l «9g9iQ 9f|£|ifl; 9& q§~ 

5. A kind of athletic exercise. 

^tfel ;P I 91919; 9gg« — 6.^The exterior. 
^T^fr qco Qca tffli c^iCiGi o*ias 

Qlg^L Vi9IQ69 G9 CIG4 0-9 « I 

9 I 9i93l£jj 9l5te?H — 7. Business; trade 
(Ml— 9$fll© Q®n<$\§ Q<$ g>i§ i) 
r I WQlUIQd 91 gsiaigi©— 8. Public place, 

€>qQ 9IG9 QG9 9I«IQI<] QGQ I §flff $. flWSQSiq I 

4W* e I 9»j 9©I9— 9. Market. 
q^nt *o i^q^-vlO* Market rate, 

(sai— j 9$s«9 ©©q 9ig$Q ; «nai i) 
Qlft«o©- w. 9— qTOeaQ* aid gs>9i$ 3^5 399 

Danda arjla $9Q — The sudder or public side of 
(9I9«H9 — 9QS1Q) a house. 

<q>l§2flG®— G9. 3— Q|f| QQSTGQ; ^99 9§96IGQ— 
Darujaarjle Outside the house. 

^rffe* ©. (Qg 9Q9I9Q ^|QQ* 9i9$©) — 

1 I q93lfll — 1- The master of the house. 
> I ©&Q ^||Cfl — 2- One's husband. 
[ g— QO SSI&GQ slfllGO *G3l WY G9I& © Q§ 
'QI^G?', # 3lflQ Gtf, '«WQ 699160^ 'S^Ga' 
9S9I9 9<«99I9 99$ I GS§ EJQ q%Sflie© *Cfl| $? 
G 9§ *QW*i€9>', '<3GQ^ '<39aG9', '@q< 
*G9S««\ 'fllQGa*, aofll© 9H9S»|Q 9Q§J I ] 
QI$Qal— GQ. 9— <. I ^9Q 9I9J9Q Veil— 

Danxla katha 1/ Outward matter; external 


^igqifl^© 


J I G3Q 9^ 9$G9 91 gQKh 


^ifcw Wt ^9G9 «G<3©S> §<J — 2. A matter 

^a& STRT, ft5K€t VTH discussed in public. 

(QQQai— 90^9) * I QI9IQ GQ9Q 3GGP '^^^91 

8IQ9IQ9 9fll— 3. "Matters relating to the 

external affairs of a family. 

QI§€J!il— GQ- 9— C1QG) 9I9IQ 91 Ql§ ai«Gj GQfi 91 

Dandakharlja qcmii — The outer courtyard of a 

*rffera *rt^ft ^mn^t ^iw house. 

^I^QQ— G9. 9— q9Q 9!gai«lGQ 219^© G9IOS1 — 
Daridaghara The room of a house adjoining the 
?tfe^3 *T? public road. 

«ll5^*t *4%H GQG9 ^§>9!G5i W^)($_ QQ 

Ql€i ^20^— G9. 9- <3% 9l9lQq Q9IG9G0 flWi «€9Q 
Danda chhuaS 9i^qr 2A9GQ as.91 6 «fl SiQgq. 
8Q'S19I GSllC ©eQ§»l«J€il 6 &Q©| 6 
G99Q G3q" 309^91 91 8Q09I §<3 — 
The impurity contracted by coming in 
contact with outsiders and untouchable 
persons and things in the case of a 
person who goes and stays out of the 
house for some time. 

gq. §<s— Q^9iQlQq.aiQ?|9l Gaiq! aq$ (€W4, 

9^ 9J 0QQ») — ( cloth or body ) Conta- 
minated by the touch of outsiders, 
[ Q— GS^Q fiC^flie© 9I€J% €»GSJ G©^G£T€l 
4183* qai, GQ9 S QQQiq ft GaiQ <3GQ 9€1§ 

9i§ i <igaQ dy q©GQ G^Q* q?rB& ^l9i«wiQqr 

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O GaiQ C1GQ Qfil QQ! 319 ^3SJ 9!g* I ] 

Qig^BDQ — G9. 9-q9Q 99Q ^IQ— 

Dandaduara The sudder or outer door of 

•HWrlS a'house; the front door at the 

?T^ ^WTSU entrance of a house. 

Qf$ ©919— G*9. 9— WM3 9«qN fl9lfli 9^Q— 
Danda DishSpa Public consideration of a 

(Qlfpiiq— aQi^a) matter. 

QI§ QQI(G9)QG>I— G9. $— 9§ Q9IQ9I; 9^1(1 9Q9I- 
Danda paka(ke)iba To perform athletic 

(9 § G9S*9l— SQ 1 *^) exercise. 

Qi€J, 9€K3ig— G9. 9 ( 6. 9l§+3. gOnq )— t I 9I9IQQ 
Danda patifira GQ9«^G9^lft G^I9fi? ft9G«i «lfll 
^lftc^*u%^1 91 g©i^ »^IQ9iaiQ* QSL9 91 


■9KJ 99Q 


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9is; 


- «lfl*jfc -qimRCT G939IQ GQ9Q a^Kuoflp* 39- 
s^Q — 1. A false appearance or outward 

show set up to maintain one's credit 
in the eyes of the public. 

QQ QA Q4 ^!SCQ 0|$ 

Qig aeaq *a s&s i .©a i " 

§191 gsms^ 9ilOTI^Q g©9^ —Public 
credit of a man of business* 

Olft 9£Q ~ G9, 9~<* 1.919 <$GIQQI— 

I)an4a pahanra 1 . Broomin g or sweeping 

the road. 

-> I %^ AW QS9IQ 9S> e^filSL^l ^Ifllff^Q 9Q9I 

(6oiq) 6 a@ gsoigq aoi Q«pi<i ]— 

2. A festival observed by Sudra women 
on the Sunday of the month of Pausha 

Danda pin da The outer veranda of a house- 

wife^ 3-f , ^TOCTBt TOIfT 
Ql§ Q€J— G9. 9-"9WQQ 3©TO GQ!— 

Danda hhau Market rate; market price. 

Q|§ CtS(S)$— G9. Q- ^ I MQIQQ WQqM 9S£| SGCT 
Danda mana(ni)sha q%4 O S19I 9i£Jj ©KWflq 
9l§9Sa I WQa 9i§— 1. A person who has 
^IfilGQ© / n0 concern with the internal 

4teM*t ft^ affairs of a family. 

*T^ srt^ft J I 9I9IQQ GQ9j qiaiQ<s$ sa% G9g 
9«i^\ — 2. An outsider; a member of 
the outside public. 

* I aaQ©9 9*^—3. Stranger. 

Qi§fl<ai((6fsi)Qi— w. o-G<g©ataisi<K3r awgq G9fa3 

Dandamar]a(]y5)d5 ©i^QQ VI'SQ^I 6 S©a§- 
One's prestige or position in the eyes 

of the public. 

Q\§fQ OIQQ^l— G9. 9. tfl— MS ^ISjqdl (G9«) — 
DSndara baurSni Pathara baurSni (See) 

(9i§3 9193d — aoigp) 

Dandara bhika(kha>i 1. An ordinary bjggar. 
^Tff^l ftWTd 2. A very pfco* and needy person. 


9I$Q9— G9. 9. — 9I§ q§i— 

Dandaraksha Village street; street way. 

QI$GQ a©!(GQ)Q«»l--G9.£— G9l<3§ Wq jW«iaiQ«Q 
Dandare paka\ke)fba 9«iqa QOfllSo WQ9I — 
Wtfetl &*Tl To submit a.matter to the 

^f5TO& pKMI public for decision. 

QI$GQ QC1QI— G9. S.— ;g©W* 6 qQ¥> G9IQ 
Dandare basiba eygg qq G9IQ99l)-»cri« G99I-- 

3Tfaftl WTi To be reduced to beggary; to become a 

homeless beggar, 
Qi^GQGQ— G9. 9. (9§9©a)— g<qpeiaiQ^i— 

Danda loke Outside public. 

(919 S?GQ, 9!§§§lGa — flffiQEl) 

Qlftl©99— ?, 9*. 3!- (9g-f-2J©P=9f)l©G> +«T9«?I€S 
Danda jinika Q^) eagj 9*,^ qj^ qq ^g & 

(9!5I©9QI— ^1) 2I©P aiQ^i QQ «lgGQ€IGQ GQ^Qf 
OW0—«. I £|OIQ©— 1. Cheating; 

fraudulent; deceitful. 
J I 03^1 — '-• Pascinating. 
* I ©as WlSff^a aiQ^I QQ G9 GGJQR 
ogi<3 — 3, Cheating people under the 

guise of a saint, 
Ql§- GO. 9. (3. 9SJ%)— ^ I ai$ ; GfiWl— 
Dandi 1. Row. 

qjfif 2. A bye-road; bye-lane. 

*r?t W»l • l £*H Qili 91*— 

IT^fe 3. A long straight road or path. 

v I €l€l<3tQ $Q — i. Cart-track. 

gi€to 69^ Q9m— 5. A class of classic 
Oria poetical composition. 

aw 1 aiQfti9i«iQ 5191^^0, 9«gq wqr qwq^i 219 

aGQ9 diolQ 6§>8fl 09^ gg 9|| Q^GQ Q©©; 
3G©19 9_Q yi^Q GCig 9$Q Gflft Q|<l I 9?)iaQ% 
<i% $$l<9\ €9IQ9|^l ?<i l] 
^5tfe 9 l Q.9I9« ^1«»GQ 9*19?© «Mh §6gQ 5? I 

^ff%, 9'# 991 ©q« asi <39 g9iQ sai» — 

6. A Dandy; a kind of conveyance or 

chair used in the hills and carried 
on the backs of men. 


<9\§® 


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9'$ qfliq«' 


7- The round of a watchman. 

The shaft or pole of a plough. 

, 'CO. S>*. — * I ^ & 9ai — 

1. Long and straight. 

5 i ai^sjjrai; 6fl<al99 — 

2. Arranged in rows. 
Wj80— 69. 9. (3. ^9) — OQQ «Q — 

Dandia Spoke of a wheel. 

*IW G9. W. — 1 1 9aij SKS'Sl ~ 
gfT^ 1, Straight, 

•P \ 9a| 6 QS(,— 2, Straight and long. 

Dandika 9#l9IQj G3 EW Q9i 6©ff QQ wtol 

OTI9 96SJ — *• A professional 

weigh-man. 

> I Q€p8\ 63 GOflN *Q «?Q|-©*I9 9GQ) 

S§>QQ9tGi — 2 - 0ne wnoee profession 

is to carry a staff; a mace-bearer; a 

watchman. 

Ql^OKjai— sq. 9. (e. 95. 6 «h» wq^ ) - 9Q9Q 

Dandi ki la aa s3gQ sqaiQ?l9l OTI— 

A peg attached to the middle of the 
. _ axle of a cart, 

Dandt gita sjsq Mil 3310 O" t\A, flip 8«W QQ 

6€IQ 9fiflK? 9^ fil<— A poem in which 

the number of letters are not equal in 

each foot but each couplet rhymes. 

(seji— €916* «KL99i alsjw q«GQ 9l§oi© GQiQ 

: ^qq q«i£ii<i i) 

Qlfiq- 69. 9 (aiWQsn Q<ai )— ©a big 9QGGQ aa^i 

Dandicha act Qil3lQ Gq8© 6991 fllQ QQI— 

Separate stems of betel creepers 

planted as seedling for a new 

crop. 

qi£§§>8qi— 69. *— aa^TO 33891$ 69?<a§ qgi6$ 

Darwjichhirdijiba asi® Cl|§> a$ JaiQl^iQ 9Q9I 

€an£ aao«€i ©$ 6Q«u a$ QlQ^Qt— 

The state of a road -being worn by 

; habitual passage of carts etc into ruts 

or grooves 

<i>l§€Q9l— 69- ^— * I %Q91— 

Dandideba it To roam. 


Hd^fll 6991 — 3. To go one's round.while keeping 

watch. 

catfotca coee^ sitais Qis ' 
Ql^Wlft— 69.-©— ^ lefilQ G9ISIGQ a|$sp» GQ«II 
Daadipothi 69IQ3M — 1- Yblm leaf manus- 

cripts in which the contents a re- 
written in continuous lines* 

> I GQQ GQI^GQ 39iQ SGQ ©S! q ^ ai<l ~ 

2, A book in which the couplets do 

not follow any fixed metre, 

91$ $©(3)^-69. Q— SI9Q ©*p §Si 9Q Q 31Q GR«II 
Dfindibjuta(tta) QiQ^l aQi— A poem in which 

the letters are not equal.. 

G90© QIQfl QQ9 $. AGO © 091 GQ(^ atf I 

QlfTSQWI — GQ. £ — 9§3t© 91 8*^ 9^T G> Qt 

Dandiboliba QQ«»^ GQi QO GQI^flQI — 

To read poetry like prose without 

attending to metre^ 

QISPqQ©— 69. 9— 9IQ»i 9194 Q&S SpraQ^S^i «§ 

Daodibharata sjgqa^^Q H$aG}£&j 6$n q9I^QG> — 

(9t§fl9lQQG» — ai£>*»Qa) The Oria Mahabharat of 

SaraJa Das.. 
Ql^fll^l— G9. 5—X l9§^Q9it QSA, ftG«i 85l« 
Dandimariba 9Q9I — 1- To walk along 

0»icBl*t4 C^^ to a great distance, 

*ra^n ^ 1 9141GQ sjft9i— 

2. To walk on a road. 
1931— 6«l*iqa qOO 6^99 «1IQG9Q «KIQ 9I§ 

si^asj i ) 

* I $0I6Q <lG^G©G€a 9^91— 

To rove about; to loaf.. 

Qlf£fll©— 69. 9— OSQ dQ G«!Qai TOfQQffQ GGIIM 

Dandim&la QQQ\ — Name of a pergunna in 

Killa Khurda in the district of Puri. 

[ 9— G^IGiai 99IQ gQQlfll©^ ©» 69IQSK3 \ 

QI^IO <§ aiG^ieQ €€ll?<3 Ml 1 ] 

Ot^fllO Q'Q €1QQ 99SQ 

Q]§q?iiqa-G9.-©— 9oqfl9ra«??Q©© 9I§^q &$>m 

DandiramSyana qfll^ei — The Oria Bamayana 

by Balarama Das.. 


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QIQ^ 


9I§ q$l — G9. 9— <• i esiQ Q2J fill G9IQ"9$9Q a*«i 
Dandirasta £JIQ#}<1— 1. A straight road running 
(91^91$ — SIQ**©^) for- a long distance. 

srfltfvl <> lac^cQ.qgi; aa$ <ai§> «ao Qqiq 

tOT^^ qgi —2. Cart road; cart track; carriage 

road, 

91$ — 3. A straight-cut road. 
v | 99 qgi% Ql^lQ^Ql GSS q§i — 
4. A bye-road; a path. 
Qlfk^GQ. 9 («. 9§) — t I G06JG3QQ ©*_ ; 9!t — 
Dandu A bat. 

^. «W j i 9i?fift?i S3£Q gel- 
s' ^T 2. The stick used in the game of 

Dabalapua 

QIS§-~ G9. «— « I ©S>Q g%Q€€i — Id one's own 

Darjde way. 

> I ^eiiaiQdGQ— 2. In public. 

« ©IC§ 9WSI GfllQ S1^9 «GQ QICC 9Gi? ©$OT—9«cr 6©a €fi9 I 

9>iG$€i -tf?.. 9*1. tfl (aioeQ 9<»9$9) (6. 9in aw)— 

Dandei CSIQ 91091 91 %1 aWfl «lflq <33Q O Qg 

<ig3G9£$i ( 91 9i§gq ) 959 — 

( a girl or woman) Who does not stay 

at home but goes out and whiles away 

most of her time loafing or roving 

about. 

^1©— ST. W-^ I (G9i ai^=-G39W 9Q©| + Qtf. ®)~ 
Data §Q — L Out. 

> I (€$ ai^qs 9Q9l + Q#.9) -$$j3S>S>~ 

2. Hallowed; sacred; purified. 

qIOTH -2. Q«t ( 91 a|^+Q9F. QQh )— I I G9^ ; 9191 

Databya C9QIQ ,Q99j 9l9GaiChj 3191 91© Qq 

' i39IQ QOq§— 1. Suitable to be given 

away; fit to be given away or bestowed; 

payable. 

> I 3191 G99I SB9Sh9 — 

2. Ne.cesaary to be given away. 

* I «<iq©j £1191 91© S%3 9S8SN - 
3. Given in chanty. 
G9. 9. — * I G9^0iGQ 91© 9891 4 — 1. Where 
any thing is given away as charity. 
J | «<q©i 91©— 

2. Charitable giflfj charity. 


(aai— qe» G£G9 < <3Q «§ 9<i 91991 999391 

' C9G9 1 <OIG«i 99913 9QSJ l) 

G9. 9«,.— cKiq© vq£M-»g9Q— 

Bestowed in charity, 

QIQ9* @siyis>q— G9. 9.— gsgj ©i§Q<3iaiC3 Gqeil- 

Databya aushadhalaya q|9£ 991 9 t f3G9 SIS& 
ift^T^sft^ 919 6 a^Qtfrl 9qS3N— Charitable 
(91991 ©efllQsa — a«i^a) hospital or dispensary. 
QiQQl Qg}QI — £9. §.-*-9l© 9&9k— 

Databya kariba To make a gift. 

QIQ9M $9SIQq— G9. 9.— ©agf 9919qGQ SWIG© 
Databya bidyajaya QQSi Q G9Q aiO QQSJ — 

A charitable school; a free school. 

qioi— a.w. qr.— (9i ai$+Q<§. ©95910 w tai.v?.) 

Data ?. 1 9I99IQ; Gfl 91© 9SQ — 

(915)1 — %1) 1. Giving; bestowing. 

(99©i — ^a^s>) [9, — <39i aff«» «9 ^Gcr gqg 

(^a^tj ^l9iQt— 93^©) G9IG S&l 9**9^Q §0 |] 

-> I 9IM1»; 99I<?h —2. Liberal; bounteous^ 
generous munificent; open handed. 
2. 9; — 9|Q9iq 9^ — Doner; giver. 

Qi919$-a. 9. (Qlfl)— 9| / (69«) 

Data karnna Karnaa 2. (See) 

wrs-faK G9.9.— 9§ qei<? aa miaiQtii qioi 9^^- 

^Tcfl^rf A person who is generous like the 

king Karnna of the fables. 

QIQI9£1 — G9. 9.-91^; 99|QmQ| — 

Datapaaa Liberality; generousitj 

(9IO!ElSa — »©H^3) 

Dataram Qjg 9Q9f 9i^; 9Gag 91991© WQ— 
^t^T^f l.Very generous person; a magnani- 

^r^TTC?*r mous person. 

^ ! 9IQ3lO q^ 9I 9Q9IQ- 

2 The Ali-giver god. 

QI©IS§(^> — GQ. 9.— (3. WG^D-^GCTI^GQ 9^9- 
Datashanda(ndha) ^©) — 2I9I9QGQ9I99Q9I 9^ ; 

(9MG^(q)— a»«i%a) 9I»9€19!^Q@^9; 9IQ«q — 

Very liberal or magnanimous person^ 
a very generous person. 

QI6>q€l— G9. 9.— (?F. 9I9QI)— 9l9mSaf— Generosity; 


Dattagun* 


liberality; magnanimousness. 


<•*?. 


9I©9I 


( *9.» ) 


9l9»9Q ©Q6QSB 


9I6MW— «.§. - (^©©+99. oi) — 9i9iaStf; 99I©<*9|— ■ 

Datruta ; Munificence; generosity! 

(9l9§-#«QM^a) liberality; charitableness 

9lfig$?*<t. ^ < OTI a|$=6a9© 9Q9I + 9G9. ^=" 
Bftyttha 9|q^ qjq^ 639©+6^ aKJ~99 

(9l69i79 — «9iq&) 9091 + 9$.^)—* I ©|$OTa1 — 

1. A kind of acquatic bird or water fowl. 

> I ^99 agl — 2 The pied crested cuckoo. 

* I 69$) — 3 Cloud. 

Qlff— «• 9 (691 a£*«C999 9091 + ^9^-^1^^^ 
Datra 6$9© 9^914)—*. I 9121—1 Sickle; scythe 
? I 9I9j 9SIS1 — 2 - A bill-hook, 

919310— €9. 9 — 9IQ93I© ( 69«1 ) 

Dadkhani Daudakhatri ( See ) 

919— «• 9 (99,3S§-»91© 9991 + Q9. 2l)— 91©— 
Dada Gift. 

WtW 6969. §— * I (£T|. ©SQ) gQ6sia— 

^TS[ * 1. Revenge. 

> \ (ffi) ©iiq §q,9 gief©!— 

2. Prayer for justice. 

m I ©§|3— 3. Adjudication of a matter. 
9199— 6§€9< 9 ( efl ^9. «. 919 )— t I 69?*® B9I3 
Dadana QW9lt«^ : ^'9J^i 01991 2fl€il69 a© 
■'tfW ^W^^^ Payment i" 

4rt^ advance; advance. 

> I a©!9 S3 fl 69919 ^9 — 

2. The system of advance payments 

* I a© 91 «€M9 &69 O^T^^lj yj© 699 

fiiQIQQI — 3- Advancing paddy or grains 

on loan; investment of paddy or other 
grains on interest 
v I Q9 g§9 ai© 91 Mil? S|Q9| ^ai6Q 
aQ^q S$TI 919 2fl QQIQ91— 4. Advan- 
cing money to get in return paddy or 
other grains etc with a profit on some 

fixed date. 

* I SQ2K116© 9WQGQ 9W 9069 69I& 919 

aC^jja $91 6991 — 5. Payment of ad^ 

■■*■ vance wages to labourers on promise 

of future service 

9190 €1191—69. 9— ©3gjT 4I9ICQ 9199 9^991 ai© 9' 
Dadana khatS $qfj gQgj qs$— .Account book 
'9199 «I9|— ^99*^Q) showjng entries of advances 
*fWtt®t ^t^FSJRTT made to different persons. >'/ 


9199 G99I— 69. $ — * I 9931969 913 9091 936$ 

Dadana deb5 9919 qqqj SQg«^ aa$q $91 

(9199 931(691091 — «9«i%a) " 6991—1, To pay a d- 

*TfW3 W3l, ffftH ^ffift vance wages to coolies on 

<4l^«t3*tT promise of future service. 

> I 99IQO 9QI9S9 9.g 3©99 S!9 «Q3SH 

693 aoq^GQ SSMI9 6991919* 3919 

909i $6-§9iq^ nQqq %%] 699! — 

2. To advance money to a seller who 

promises to deliver paddy or other 

grains on a certain date in a quantity 

higher than the current market rate. 

913© -6969* 9«. (£N) — *. I 919© 9211991; «l$9 

Dadani 92tS9l — 1. Paid in advance; advanced. 

fft*r=ft 9 I SQfl 69^ — 2-. Payable in advance. 

^T^ft •> [ 9|9© 83,$lQ — 3. Relating to advance 

payment r 

^ Q_ aC |^q QS899I a© 91 9£^r-An advance. 

919999—9169. (9SN; S»~©©95 9^ — 
Dadapirada Sight. 

9I9CT99 -j 6969. 9- (ffl- 9I9J» 9«iiq©«i9 

9i96eTQ9 gi&i+ffo^—aoeaia)—: 

9I9&0819 ' "^ 9siq ©qQ gid©i — 
9l96a"0^9 J Prayer for justice. 

9191 — 9169- (GSl99te| «Wfl9fl) («-, 919; SL» & 
Dada 9l£JI9j 9 a. 9°- ©I91=§©IQl SflS G§9 

<99i— a© 1 *^) 369ia©j gte— 9i9i; giol© sn© ; - 

ifrTl 9191) — V I 99 99> G9***! QISJj 

qi^ ^1Q©©I — 1. "Elder brother. 

fftWl ^ I §9|?19; *I91— 2- Grand father. 

^f^r (saai— 91Q9I919 999^ ■< 9a 4^11 © qca l) 

• I 919 (695!)— 3 Dadi (See) 
91 QiS'© Sfl— 69. S»a— 9I« 91 999 9iQ QQ 9§9— 
Da danjhi rdhu)a • Saw-edged, 

\9iai 919* (»J«>— a9i%p) 
91919$ 9I9I9Q— 69. $. (©13)— QPIQ 69^19^ ggQ 
Dadabhata dadabhai tl9IPIQ ag 9 ( *C 9^a|9© 
Si§«» < ^i §91^9 il9l 90^69 6 
qig.9,9 OS 1 flat 90©l 9Q?i69 ) — 
A commentator of Surjya SiddhSnta 
and the author of a Sanscrit book of 

palm -history. 

9I9IQQ 9$69«1 — 69. 9. (9lfl)— 3999 9§9 Wl% 
Dadabhai nauroji aisfl 69Si§699l— Dfidabhai 


o\§ 


( *S>^*» ) 


<*9 


9IQI9G aiQGqsa) Naoroji, 

wwq 9Gq«a [ a»H%a [ g-<w? mgio 9s*i i 
9I9IQQ GoFsqsn ) <• QQWslspaqrQ 

m\QQ, G^SSJ©, qe«l©0 6 SSI -WWlq QQ9 8£f 
©M 210510, ssCQiao, SQ, «9I9B§> aeiq©© QQr 
QGQ l < Q8 aQ^QSiq©eq;SQ 39QQ SW© 5 G9IQ 
?[€fii 6 9Q9 EI[3?IGMQ W« GSiQSjS^ I «9W9 
g3$ Q°Q© gg> Poverty and unbritish Rule in 

Indian Q999S9 q©«IQ9, «i^ 6 G$sfij9 
QQ9 9«qW ^G99 «G9Sdl9j OCT * Q9GQS 
&§9$ ©& «IS§ I ©ACQ g§<9 Q^QfflilGQ 4 
9Gtf I <19iq?Q w vs* 6 qsi^e*.' I ] 
QIQ— G9. 9. (3- 01©; gl$G«€WHGK? 9<<9$S))— 
Dadi QialQ q© QQ- 96>q SWij 9G90; ©91— 
3?W Father's younger brother; younger paternal 

91^90 91$. S3 9IQ« QI3GQ i ^"3.. fiWQ© TO I 

QIGQ. (9g9) 9. (%©. g. wa** 8ow^n)— 

§©199 — Grand-father , 

-Wq«l <JQ— GQ. 9. q?— -9G9Q W ^Q — 

D^dipua bhai One's first causin; being the 

(9l9a»B QQifill— QOqo QCT9IQ9 €10) son of one's 

younger uncle, 

■QI9Q QIQ 9IQ QIQ— G9, 9 — ©IS>§ ©i$ 91^91^5 

Dadiri dara dara dara $j]©[© 9©lQ9IQ q©9GS3-- 

vftfel *Tfat «ft5Tl *ft*1 The formula for playing 

^tf^ ^KT <fci ^T an air on the guitar. 

• qi<£j)— ©9. 9. (sr- ^Sj ai- 9©)— * 1 ©1% Qg^qa— 

Dadu 1. Ringworm. 

ftffttj [ 9 — 491 O^Sqci; ©SGQ <!9g9IQ SIS M 

3i5> 5f% < eqa §^ 9i%2iGQ© 3©iq aai— q®9i% ; 
acfoi©i%; €919 qi%, wai©i%, flQgaQi^i ] 
-> I WQia— 2. Grand father. 

-qi<3)ed-gq. w. «. (*- 9gja)— <. 1 91%% ©g^ai- 

DaduS $|$) — 1. Suffering from ringworm. 
(Ql%q— B9iq,9) y I Q3GQ 91% fll9©l 0Q G9SI 

<^iq4Ml " 2. Spotted like ringworm; looking 

(QIG9(69l)$ — $) u ^ e a skin spread over with 

ringwork. 

-qi%3iq^-€9. ©. (a.-©©?©'©)— ©i%siq «s; qwqw 

Uadukai 9C;Q <9g9IQ QS^ qq^l *. (€<5«t) — 
(OIQA191 — 3Q»iQQ) The Cassia Tora tree; Caasia 
jjtipqt^ A.lat»; Chakunda 1 -.See) 


dW*W«i [ g— <39IQ 5_Q WOa, 9£> ^Q9 €^q«ll flQ; 

QS *!* 91© Q9; <3^Q Q« « ©l%GQ <39CR ©1% 
9^|<3 eg ^Q GaiG© I ] . 

<5l%flQft— GQ. 9— 9I%GQ9 9I« ©Q9I -QlcT 9i9J» 
Dadumalama gj^g — -Ring- worm ointment, 

GKfcfllQQI— G9. §— Qg^CQ9GQ'94© fllQ 9Q9I — 
Dadumar^iba The ring-worm spreading on the 
(SM$9l$99l— ^^M%a) body. 

qi<£ q»€)Qi— gq. ^— 91% cqa^t ® 9a W s^ 3 own 

Dadu mariba To destroy ringworm by 
fffwfal applying medicine, 

Ql^9— q. ©a. ( <^H-tfqgiGa c . Q© )— 

Dadhika Q^qo— Mixed with curds. 
§ — Qg, q$ — Riee mixed with curd. 
W-G9G9. 9. (erl.%9- «.SHaiff; BQi 39 3GCT 9^9 

Dan (aai— aoQQiQ^) — 

v-|^ ^ 1 Qlffl; sfaiq — 1. A receptacle, 

^t* ( aai— aoQQis?^-) 

^ I Q§9IQ g\Q— 2- A. place for putting. 
( Ml— 9I6QI9J 
SIOT. (3H.999) 9— QIQ3 GC1I9— Leg- 

Q\Q -3. 9. ( Ql ai%=GQ9l+§!9. 39 )— 
Dana ^ | 21 m- QiIQ— 1. Donation. 
> I G99f— 2. Giving. 

* i 90Qtf — ^. Distribution. 

it 1 ^® 9a — 4. A present or gift. 

* I ( + 9$. 39) Q9fl9j 93lQ 399© — 

5. Strongly scented fluid flowing from the 
temple of an elephant in rut; temple- 
juice; fragrant secretion from the 
temple of an elephant in rut. 
9 I ( CQ ai%=-ai©© + q9. B9 ) — 
Qsai; aiaff -—6. Protection. 

^ 1 ( G9i ai^=-eao9 + q9. 39 )— 

G299; 9^9—7. Cutting- 

r I ( €9 ai%=^> ©$91+^9. «9 ) — 
G€lia9 — 8. Refining; purifying. 


9199 


( •$>$* ) 


piffap* 


ft I SlfcS? .#a*-9. A kind of honey collected 
bj^Jcind of insect. 
«.<> | qjjhia aQlQ ■©QQa — 10. Pious gift. 
. _. VW-9OTi9Q— H- Revenue, 

t> i Q9GI9Q q$ $ai*j <a&i$ <39j aefo 9i9qjP9 

Sj^S^GQ 91* $1*9 93919 3)9 < g. 
€IOTI€I9 )— 12. The system of injuring 
one's enemy by making gift. 

G9. ©— s. i aai 916 ci^iqgq 091019 9icgq 

Q9Q 3«h9 99^99 G9IQ a§)9lQ OTflWKh 
1, The fi«mber of points coming up at a 

throw of dice. 

$&9 ©9 91 SJIO G91Q a§)9i 399IGQ 
89991 3«i| — 2. A turn in the number 
of cowries during a game of cowries. 

6Q 019 Q9Q G39G3, ft© ft QCQ G9§ flSO I 

* I 9*£[— 3, Expenditure. 

$icft Q<a flo, C$10, ^sq acres oiflSQ ©s i 

sig9. (w$m) «-^ i «a— 1 - Tas 

? Hjtfl |9S— 2. Octroi. 

9199—3.9(919 + 9) 3#S> 919 — (§. 393199) — 
Danaka A bad or evil gift. 

919 ©991— G9. $~ <* I 39i 9h§9_ G9fe)9 9g 91 ao 
Dana kariba a&l 9Q9I— & To give. 
?m^irl;?RCire^1 5 1 999«3 9Q9I— 

(919 6991-^9^) 2 - To distribute; to bestow. 
*> I G99I (G9«l)~ 3 » Deb * (See), 
[g— 919 9Q9I 399 SGqiQ Q°q©GQ To give 
4?sjiq gG^iQ Q» 9191 GS9GQ 9191 a»GQ 9<f9<gQ 
§«;£&!— Q99I9 9U9I=Q9 9Q9Kfc9l&©8 ^ai 
G99lj SG<$f<3 919 9Q9l=*fi^| €9919 $313 91 
Qm9&1 9991; 9Qii9!9 999l«99il9fll 9991Q 
%Q3IG G99ij 98919 999l=*-<5§«9 QHg^ <^ag 
€«1I9IQ9I 5 2DG9Q 9:9 9Q9l=2fiG9a afiw^ s^aQ 
9&9I QWIQ] 
9l9$«l— *. ? — 9i<5!9 eig ga% 999! 9IQ91Q— 
Danakulya Fragrant secretion from the temple 

of an elephant in rut. 


919 $IQ«)9€^-G9. 9 ( <J9(a9 3. 6 SB. Gaq© ; . 
Dana kbai(e)rSt ^qq)— qiq— Gift; giving. 

QI9ei9-~3IG9, (SH9SQ) 9 (9. 919 + ETI. «3 ) — qS*S" 

DSnagadi a!Q? <iQ?fiGQ $$ «*Q9iai«3 «ET99^ 

fltfMIQ W^fl9l 9i§0iq^ qfij «B9lq 9Q99I 

VIsaitQ^l —The office where octroi 

(town duty) is levied in the town of 

Sambalpur. 

' [§— W519 -qpa QIQf G9 <9l 9I9«Q 9Q€IG9* 
<9 9Q«© ?iySQ giq aQQ wiq &qrl 901 09««iS 1 

Q@C) €999 Ol ^> 1^15 4] 
Q!Q€10 P!9I^— giGQ^ WR9TO) 9 — ^9Q flaq[ «fl9»- 
Danagadi mahSsnla .Q«|f^9<i QQSQ 999%>IQ9 
(Q:S>W fllg.9 — affM^a) Gsasj qp siQiq £GQj orfl- 

193 — Town duty; octroi, 

919 €$»€! 9Q9I — G9. ^* — H91Q Q9^ 99i G©9I — 
Dana grahana kariba To accept a gift. 

(QIQ GW9I — a9Mqjl) 

919-QQ — 9. — C I SK> 9IQj 39 S% 9§1Q fl^igoi- 
Danajala qq ©890 ©wi — The strongly scented 
(9l99l€t~— aG»iQ9) secretion from the temples of 

an elephant in rut. 

-> I 919 «lfljqGQ ^l^fi! 9§G^ 99fi91 ©a— 
2. The water given to the hand of the 
Brahman who is going to take a gift. 
?aoo fifc8 ; q a§>* 01s? 9« — QGW^a; e^waowira t 
QI9W^— G9- ^ (390Q) — 919 n$ l<ti 9lfli — 

Dana dharma Gifts and other virtuous acts. 

(9lG>a95i — as^%3) 

910 991(69 Q9I— G9. 9 — 391910 919^9^1^91^9!- 
Dana paka(ke)iba To throw the dice or 

TftWTi cowries in a game. 

QIQ99— e. 9^1— «oaq 9191; asiwa— 

Danapati Very generous or open handed. 

3. 9— SI^QQ <39 919 ( O 9^999 g^9^ 

9©99 999 aa 9!ff 9q^G9— 8- 99«l€i9)-- 

A name of Akurra. 

QI9a@-9. 9. (919 9^9 03— 9&ll)— 9^EI<9j G9?«l9 
Danapatra g^ 391^ 9IQ 9Q9IQ Gfi)€ll— 

A deed of gift; a grant. 

»[ 9— &£ff ^5>lfliG9 ©13 a|J6Q 6«li99 Si8 €9q. 
^9-49 919 9%^G^ I ] 


-Waitf 


( *5>^* ) 


QISWS* 


f W + QI3; 9%\ «ro )- 

9WQ QQqg 91 §- 


-W 99« 


Danapatra 

One worthy of receiving a gift. 

qiqq— 3 §. "q°. ( w« was qiSH+aaOTGa. 21 )— 

Danaba, QG9; 2l^Q; ^93 —Demon. 

( Q1OTI -sfl ) 

Danabaguru Tub sage Sukra who was the 

preceptor of the demons. 
WQIQ — 3. Q. ( 9ft»9 + aet; 9$ ©© )— ^ I GWai— 
D&nabari 1. God. 

^ I §§ -^2. Bisknu, 

■ * i ( Qifc^Wita si9qa+9i€ii %a$ s£ai ) — 

9^iQ Siga«^ 53Q& qw — 3- Strongly 

scented liquid discharged from the temples 

of a male elephant in rut. 

<3>|Q<31Q~«. W- ( 9fl1 W; Qlft + SIQ)— WEJQ vG9$) 
Danabira Danapati ( See ) 

QIGSQg — S. 9- ( ?11 ©^ Ql^ + Q(§ ) — $£>! '9© 
Danabendra ( @. cipgiQQ ) — The King Bali. 

QHKlto— 3. "ML 3?* ( QI3 S1QS efc> atfl© 3$$> S3I9IQ; 
Danasi^a 9^§1§; )— 91^5 991©** — Munificent; 
( 9i9$l9l — 4I ) generous; liberal; charitable. 

QIQ«1©0I— a. Q. ( <?ifl»eta+qw. 01 )— 99iQi$i— 

Danasllata Liberality; generosity; munificence. 

Danasaur^da 2l9s^ WIG* —Very munificent. 

QIQQ^I— *, Q. (W"E**«; ?$TO )— Q|;> 9Q9I9 

Danasajja £g£19Q$ — The materials for a 

( W 31391™ WQh%Q ) ' press**. 

QIGSIIGtQ— tt. Q. ( <$9q g[Q3; £^1 ©©; Q£t9Q3ti|;Q<i 

Danasagara q|qq gjflQ aei )— g|§|$ sgaQSGQ 

§'§^ 6QQ G9IQ3 QIC* OTSMj 

OI9IQ SGQh9Q i$ 3MQ&qi 9l©i 

*!?SQi? ©a^SHOT^a QIO G9«) — 

3?he present of 16 classes of arti- 

* cles to Brahmans, 16 times on the 

occasion of a deceased ancestor; 

Shordaaa dana ( See ). 

9101— 69* W. 9 . ( EN. 9M9=aq^q© '')— K I GQIQI; 
Dana Wl^ia^ijp «fiQ9| «i— 1- Grains used 

Wfil as foodfior domestic animals. 


^TO ( 9Q1— G3I9I 9IQ1; G>SQ^ <<?M » ) 

[ ©~G9M, 9*9, ^ > QSII SIQ 9IS»l%Ga 

-> 1 9*q a^ Ga* Gas Calais* ^is— 

2. G-lobnlar small seeds (Jike'pea), 

* 1 sat eas ran vg; %^ — 

3. Particles; globules; granules- 
v I «I9h; 2lfy cqQ«i<>g —4. Food. 

6Q8$ ff SCO 0191, Qig 9 q fl£Q e»i— 03 1 

5. Bead; little ball pierced with strings. 
9 I Wgitf. Ql^QI— 

6. Liveli-hood; living. 

( sal— as 'OOi^gsh 9iqi S563 1 ) 

^fft SQ. 9 — V I (*• 9IS>?; qg% g^Q— I Damon. 
9 I ©9 — 2. G-host; spectre . 
Q!fl! 9Q\ —60. Q. ( S19QQ )— aq 9^j «IQ91% «Q 6 
Dana" kana §^QI^ Q^ — Food and clothing. 

C*tfafa-C*tfafa *> '« H» S^IQ QQgi afflQ Cta 9191 99| qq' | 

QIOI €j§Tq|— QQ. §—*> t G©?«9 Qi^Q CR99I ®^i9Q 

Dana khaBjiba QQIQ Q^l^l — 1- To provide 

TR1 CT®^ a person with his liveli- 

^fft vTT hood. 

^ I («^ft) GQf^9 9h^Q S3|€ G^QIQ Q-Qlq 

^iq^I — 2. (God) To make provision for 

a person. 

Q1QIQ©!— W. 9. ■( 98a '-W ) — 9^^W?iQ Gflt ^© 

Danagarda «piQ ^fl^j, g^j. J S€llS!9IQ ^QQI QQ 

A kind of goldsmith^ mould for 

making round balls, 

QIGI $»\ «3— OT. S» -«^W QIOI 9€QQ% fl99i 

Dana jhar^a K:hunti S9SS ^.9^]^!69 ^»]ffl gga 

Q&QICQ 9199IQ 0^91 OIQ Ot^ ^SQ 

G3M GS3Q «^T QQGQ9IG9Q ^l§ ^8T§- 

& small post driven infco the ground 

on which confectioners strike the ladle 

through which dough percolates and 

falls into the frying pan for being mada 

into globules for Laddu. 

QIQIQ13— G9GQ. W. ( ffl )— 

Danadar «. I QM QQ Gfl^ 6 GaiS %?8 %^™ 
HHlHtH 1. Granulated; small globular,. 

^!5r«[I^ consisting of small globules.. 


t*> 


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( *5>->P ) 


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JJanadhikja 

9i9[y©*t 
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J> I S3I9W »10GQ G9?«a§ S9Sh ^QQ QQ. 
C€lj^ GQ|€ G9$ ait<3 ; ©9Q £jQ> Ql GaiSdl- 
"9H3j *3!9 1 « l *~ fc 2 4 One's master; a person 
. > ,- : who provides for another's living. 
9191 €991*- €9. #— * I 9I9I S&QI (G9«l) 
DSnS deba 1. D5na khaSjiba (See) 

5fM c^*ri ■> i ai qmq qp G99i (<ai sl&qjq ©9)- 

^TSR^TT 2. To granulate ( said of healing 

sores ), 
(99 ) 9. ( tf. QIQIM)— q»i 
«IS9 ^109 9Q9I 93^69 GS^ 
£!§«!<£ SSg 9IQg<g9l 9J§d- 

si9^Q' goeaqsa 38 919 

QQSJi EllSiQI'Sl— The BrShman, repre- 
senting the whole body of donees of 
rent-free land in a Sasan village, to 
whose 1 and the Raja of Orissa made 
the formal gift of the village, 

[ 9 — 49tL9«9 SlalQfl SOfkMW sieaat G9G99 
$&% 3^919 2II<1 I ] 

OI9IWfl-tf- ©— 9l9W9i ( 69« ) 

Danadhyaksha Danadhikya (See) 

9i9isi§t-G9. 9. (S1999)— «■ i «W9 $ arasU 

Danapani qogei — L Food and drink; eating 
Jfffl *flf3( an 3 drinking. 

€Q*9«— 2- Liveli-hood; maintenance. , 
* I €^99 — 3. Service. 
9191 SI 9 ^C9I— G9. 9— «l©ft 991— Dismissal or 
Dana pani uthiba discharge from 'service. 

9ioi si® ssTqi— G9. «*— eo?«t qm^^iqqiq ejai^ 

Dan* pani khanjiba 99^C99I — -To provide a 

9191 «18 9! 7 *~ ttrt « P erson wifch a livin g- 

91918*6991 $ ^ 

91919I& g®9l— G9. £— GQ9 Ql 9$l 91 9^9 SG91- 
Daoapani chhardiba ^8«GQ 3^99 §93 9 9991- 

9191 3991 . To § ive U P taking 

Ql9IQItfl &9S49I \ food on account of 

9191 9 £0*91 .aswqp illness or grave anxiety 

9191 9 68991 ' or grief. 

(91%) 9191 9 $991 / 

9191 ftlQQI — €9."-? — «91 9^9 Q199I SW9 Q2IG^a 
Dana mariba 9991 — To deprive a person of 


9I9IG9 *J9G9©t 
QI9IGQ aoa9IQQ| 


} 


«Q«i$.a 


his means of liveli- 
hood. 


9lfiH— 2. M. 9!* (919-faS adeQ Q9; 9199, 99 *.fll 
Dani ^9) — ^ 1 9191 — 1. Generous. 

91901 —%\) ^ a <i® °i a qwiq* 1 

> I 69 919 99<a 9GQ— 2. Receiving gifts. 
(981— a99lfll 91^08 |) 

€9. 9. (sr. 2nai9)— <_ [ snaiQ^ ai$— 

1. A receptacle; a vessel. 

(aai— 9W9I9; B99iflij a©Q9i% atrora 1) 

J I mGQ 6©» 39iQ9l 9?>S^ 9t9§© SflaiQ— 
2 An oil pot containing oil for dropping 

over a torch. 

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TOS! — 3* Collector of rent or tax; tax 

collector. 

■* I (SWSO 9i§^«i9^Q Qai^^G^ig; (G9ia 

§< <15(!G9 9I9QQ1G9 «Gd 39 399 
qq^GQ) — 4- A family-title of Brahmins 

in Sambalpur, 

OlflKKS— G9. 9^9199^3© a^9^999* 9W — 
Daniel Daniel, an upright judge. 

[ g— -<9W 9IAG9 9IQ999 B©19 ^StQ Gdlf « 

Qiaq— «r. m. (9i ai$+9tf *«iq) — * 1 9I9GSH9 1 "— 

Danlya 1- Fit to be given away. 

J I G9£J 9g— 2. Giving thtng. 
* I (9>j + 3g9|9 Mq) 91991^ 91928- 
3. Deserving gifts. 

Ql^jB— 69. 9«. (e. 9l«1fi|)-e. I 919 QQ9IQ CSHGlMi 
DanuS 9^ G99IQ eaiw (9g)— 1. ( a thing) Fit 

frfWT 9 I 919 990 9G9IQ G*?I3m (9*f^) — 

2. "Worthy to receive a gift. 
m I GSJ 919 39<a ^GQ — 

3. In the habit of taking gifts. 
(919) (QSiaia )— v I B9$OT - 

4. Worthless; good-for-nothing. 

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9%?lG9i 9§ G<39Q a^Aiq 98aiQ^ *&? 
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91 s><$iaQ 5i§«;"ai9i^Qi«> otgqwiqq 

§«; 9IQ 990 QQ9IQ Q£jq_9 ?I^«I— 
A class of high class Brahmins. 

[g— aiiflGQ g3w gi^Q qkws 4 si© cmIg 

* 9§fll 6 Qi%a G9IQS3N f] 

^IG»8I — 3. 9. (9I©+Q£I> 0$1 €>©)— 9I© QQ9IQ 
Danechha Q©|- 9£l— A desire to make gifts. 

QK£— a. 5?^.— (9^+^9 6 SWIG a a)— a . I9fi> 
Danta W\ffc{ - 1 • Dental. 

2. Made of tooth (eg. ivory.) 

3. Subdued; brought under subjugation. 
v 'l Qgg_4. Controlled; checked. 

5. Inured to the pains of penance. 

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7. Self-controlling. 
9 t €il$j G€fan— 

7. Pacified; allayed; calmed; mild. 
r| €l|8o— 8. Suled. 

« i (9+a$; sg^g) gsq ^qq eewQQ 

99Q ag — 9. ( a word ) Ending with 

the letter 'da'. 

q (j! — 1, The son of king Bhimasena^ 
r . >» - 

the brother of Damayanti. 

> I QflQ Q9 ( G9«)— 2 - Damana tree (See) 

«n 1 9<«a era (§. aOTWQ) (G9«) 

3. Maena pha]a (See) 

ft® G9. 9. («• 9<n)) — «* I 9$— 

^ " 1. Tooth. 

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$« i qi$ flcwa qqq aif€Q e> can 6 ©a 
al$G$ 19 wit; $QQ 6 00 pisq «9 <9 eri&GQ 

§191 r GQIf 91$ fla%aqQI9 (Incisors) Jf f ^93 
91 q@rf 91$ (canine; fucuepeds) gcitf <j. <j <aij© 
9$ bicaspides or false molars >GGllf <9 9» 91 


QQi 91*$ (Molars )*e«llf 1 aj 0^4 9s^q;9IS} * if I 

^a9l^C"» ilk teeth)— ff4Q §§aiQ 99aiGQ GS^I 
9l<$ «£ bgq 3§ as© I «§ 9l$q$9 9 9S 

$aQIG> Q09I Qio: — OQ flg 91 agQi^ QSi^ 

Qi^i ai«Q qi$ Qsai§>© 9j« flie, eo fl^Qi^ aw 

^QIQ t9Kr 919, ^q Qf]|0 qi$ 5v 919 9| 

aiql 919 9WIWI QIO: — VA »^|ft1 ^> 9^, 

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9<3 ^q 0C|.lOl Ui^ q4 I ti 99 9iQ^? 9I00IQ t-» 
?, ^o|e.<L Q«5Q 3V§, K*\K-* ■'9«Q -^ r ? ffSP ^9 
G9lQai<3 t OOQGQ 9flq«€« aQ' vf fliql QIQ 9!?iGQ | 
<8 siai%99Ql9 a§Qa 9«SQ ^GO | ^IgtQQI^^ 

'a^fii 919* aa %9iai« 1 < 91^ 9§ ggiwq ^5> 

9<a ft^GQ 6 ->■*• 9^ c flaiGQ ©G«ii t 

9I9I9I9IS C9IQ 2»Q <39 g©l^ 9I$WIQ 

^i9 ; ,Q Q091Q €9«iai<3 1 eai«« Q19 aigj aii^ 01 

»% GJ3Q SQQg QI9 QQTI G9IQ 9I9IQ Qi^ aif % 
«g,QQ 9Q QQMO, ©I9I^L WISH ^ (Redundant 
tooth) Q9SJ | 

93 91^91 9€1QI ( ^— 9^^ qSQ G3Q G9^ 
^Q ai«Si ^Q 9WI^ QIQ 6 9«i» G9i^l<l I 

am qqh 9t^io^ a9iQ- 91^91 taaiQ 91^ 
e91CWIO I AW-* OTQ <9 S9|Si 919%. 9&J W^lfil 
91 93QI9 G91QS1K I <m ^!SQ 9<39l^ 9Q ffG9 

> I 910 91^ — 2. Tusk; ivory. 

w I 91^ 9Q 9191© 3191 9j©aT QJ — 

2. Tooth»like spikes. 

(aai— ai©^*Q 91$; 9r^q Q19 1) 

QI^^OQI— 69. 9.— 9G$I£S G99I— Teething; denti- 
Danta uthiba tion; the coming out or appearance 
*H^«kl of one's teeth for the 1st time; 

3TOI fathcW T the cutting or growing of teeth. 

Ql$ €J€II©9I— 1 I 91^SlS eflS 9gQ|^liiO 9Q9I— 
Dauta upardiba 1. To take] out a tooth. 


**$ Q q»9l 


( *9*r ) 


9I§©<£ 


aonqp 


$WS*?rR?WT ^^ -^'To humiliate a person; to curb 

(9i<$ 6atQM} ^ W9I - «9i%0) the pride of. 

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-;■ ■ :^-.qi^ <$ai$G9S> I) 
91$ <?$^9I~G9. 4?— 91S> « Q§)9i— The falling 

DSnta upurdiba >■ of teeth. 

^5 «CT *r?1 a«L *i^9 W fl?i 

91$ 9£ 9$ 6991— €9. 9.-9IQ M 9»9lj 91$ «p"Q 
DSnta katakafa heba G9Q|— Toothache. 

(91$ m togi— «*39) 

<?I9,- 990© OWl-^-W-. #* ( MH» '91 SaSQ ) -9i$GQ 
DSnta kV^toagLa karibS 9fi) «3§ £eiQfl9l^0& 
■tl«.ftf?R« ^Fft 9Q9I* 91QS9 tyQfa QQ$ 

j ^rafq^; ^Prrm 9939 w 9$9i— 

t jfafa dfihAM f, 4fdftMftaH»|[ To gnash the teeth; 

to grind one's jaw; to chatter. 

91$ Gq9kG9}Q9l; 9I$QGI$9I 
91$} €99191$ 919 GQG9I9I 
Qi^§S^flf— ?9. Q\«. Q^Q^fl?)— QI^SQ 91$ 98- 
Danta kat^ama^i £$|Q q$|q g<£ $^ a$- 
Iff^ f^fsrfss 9$$9r~ Gnaalyn^; gnarling. 

9l$Q«QI f™^ 
91$ 991?— GQ. 9— 9©gaj 9©J9j 6qa r 9^9% 
Danta kabati ^QQif q\q Q|$a§>£tiQ 2ffQ o §191 
^© ^ttSt; 3?f?r ^S3f|HT gjQ^i— Lock-jaw. 

919910— G9. 9 («. 9$9!<|)— 91$ 9€9I 9|6— 
Danta ka^thi A small twig used in cleansing the 
IHWlSt teeth; tooth brush. 

4^<M , ^q*r »ir, ©ffisr wojaif, qi^9 9ftQl9«id— ©si 1 
[3 - 9Kj)9l6 ?S£JG9 39Qff — 

9!Q9i6^— giG9. ( «ioqg ) ^-q^Iqq — 

Dint* kavfchi gachha Danti (tree) (See) 

9l$9IO 9I&— €9. *— 39l§ Wh9m|C| 9SQ 9$ G8IQ9I 

Dantakathi pSni 6 91$ 9€9IQfQ G«J$i 9t$fclS 

6 99— A small twig and frater required 

to tfeMtii&g the teeth. 


9I$69IQ0I€}§9I — 69. 9— QG€13 «l <aiQ9i ©ai< 
Danta kola marijiba 91^ 9Qft €9^1 9^ GWI — 
^1^5 3IC5 *t?1; ^Rf ^T^Pg^TTt • An uneasy and 
Ot& 9sQQ a^Ql i delicate sensation felt in the 
91% %fy aS)Pi I teeth after taking too much 

acid things. 

QI$§fQ — G9. Q — SL%«I G^QMIWQ aaQ ^^G€! 
Danta khiri 6 019193 S>l«iGQ qc.91 4.W9G9<3 — 

A kind of weed growing on the fissures 

■^rlffofl of old buildings. 

[5— <9IQ §Q 0*1 <3IGQ ^QIQGfii Q\ qspi-a |] 

Ql^qjfcl— 69- 9— ©a§* e^ «§)9l9iq 9I^^GQ 

Dantakhua-p QC^9i ^19^3 9I9IQ ©q^l<J — 

ffW«lfil Tooth-pick # 

91^ €t§!9l— G9. <£— 9i^Q ^% fll9«ig9i'Sl Q®\Q\& 
Danta khuntiba q©Si ^ 9lo<J»iq 9I9IQ 9Q9I — 
?f ^C*tf iM To j>ick one's teeth. 

Ql^OOKeO.QQI— €9. -§*— G9?«t 39tef flyGSi 9ISJ 
Danta gala Jejiba gG99 Q<gQ g© ^q^>|_To 
(919, 0rsi(G$)Q9l — 21^^a) wound bj the teeth. 

919 Glfi>QI—G9- .§— GQl^§ .^.JS9.BBjfe 6991— - 
DShti ga|ibS Beihg legible or underatood. 

QI9Q9I— G9. 9 (a. 9^<l4«)— 919 fll©9li 9§ai90— 
Dautaghasha Tooth cleansing; cleansing of 

tff^T the teeth,. 

9!"5,QQ! q®l^ — G9. 9— 91^ d€9Ja[cf 9S95© <J^- 
Dantaghasha gurdakhu g^|Q qgi|« — A^kind of 

tobacco preparation with treacle, used 
for cleansing the teeth t 

919, Q§9| — €9. Q^-9[^ $EM ©Wlj 9^ai9Q 9^91- 
Danta ghashiba To cleanse the teeth. 

QI9^©0l— fll€9. (9«tfi41Q) 9 (qp. <@ adGQ9i© 
Danta ofcabiba 9^(91) — 91^ QG^9i—Xo gnash 

the teeth. 

QI$B$— G9^ § (3. 9^€>«l) — 91^9 99991 9t^9l^3»l 
Dantachihna ^j^^-T'he impression of the teetk. 
( 9i^9|Cl ^^QsQQ) left On- a thitig bitten 


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Oi^Qtt 


91$ GqQI(GQ)QQI-Q9. §— 91$ 993$ 9Q9I (C9«) 
Danta cbob»(be)ib5 Danta kerdamarda 

kanba" (See) 

91$ Gg@>l— 91. M (Ql©)— e«% 9Q99I— Given to 

Danta chhorda loud and inordinate laughter. 

g|. 9 (a(ty) ©ifa eSQQdj $$ r <3( 99j 9**901399 

Q9 9l3<* — Laugh by exhibiting the rows 

of teeth out of shamelessness; grinning, 

91$ Sg^QI— 91. S*. (Q99 6 3§^)— 9$$©l%99 Q©- 

Danta chbordiba 913m 9Q 9|$fliG>g9l€l 9$9l — 

^5 W*lH To laugh by exhibiting the rows of 

^ftf fsTOtfn teeth; to grin broadly. 

[9i$ CG»(«)OTW— TOi^fl] 
9l$£l$G99l— G9. 3— «M*G9 ©$9ai 91 qa *fl99 
Danta jharjiideba «fl<3|9§ig 2119© 9i£J9 91 $ 

9$^9KG9)QG99i j ^ $at£j gei9i- 

fffts C3ttf50f«3l To cause a person's teeth to be 

^fa *fiH?%*ti uprooted by means of slaps or 

fist-blows. 

9l$39fll€*9l — 69. 9 — 91$ G9IR 313*391 (693) 
Danta ^aka maribS Danta kola marijiba (See). 

9l$0909 6§Q)— €9.9— a©^ a1©G9lC 9I$£Q 91$ 
Danta thakathaka heba 91991 — Obattering of the 
^5 < H < H tf^ teeth by cold (due to shivering of 
grfa SRFrt the jaws). 

QI$®I$Q— €9- 9— 9$©©&9— 
Danta daktara Dentist. 

9*1$ €9«KG«)Q9I — 69. $— €$ia 91 9Q§69 §siq 
Danta dekha\khe)iba G9QI — To grin in anger 

*TN C*f*TR %t® f$6fa • or sulks. 

Q|$ 9 Q£)QI — €9- 9— CQf<a§ £>S^6Q 9$^ © 699l> 
Dante na galiba G9f«a§ 93^%, 9? ff a| W — 
ifte ** C^Pt&l Not being understood. 

91$ 9<j$l — 69.. 9~ 9l$<ji 9I9IWQ G9SilQ9l; 9$- 
Danta nikuta 99$— To show one's teeth slight- 

(9!$ ©eSl—^Gwqp) • ] Ji sli g nt gri™™%. 
Tftvfaipft 69. M. ' 9?— G9Q tfCQ9 9ai 9§9l 
#Tcl fasPWTT 696ft QISIlOiGQ 9<$ G9«ll< — 

Showing the teeth slightly 


91$ ©^f 91— 69. 3 — G9fa§ 9^9$. «OTW <S 31S91 
Danta nikutjiba 9© G9$S! G99I G96ft aifll9iG9 


91$ 99S9I 

91$ 991 €991 j-W^ei 

91$ W$ G99I 

91$ #(69)3^91—69. $ 
Danta ni(ne)sir4ib§ 

9i$ GOGETMI > 
9i$GQ69§)9l 5 ^ 


91$ G93IQ9I —To humbly 


beg for a thing by 
smiling. 


-9l$ai9 3Sj9l£[ 693 IQ 

63 <5SJ%§SIQ9^Qi— 

To show the rows of 
teeth by spreading the 

upper and lower lips. 


9i$s>$&lJ ^ 


whileHalking. 


Ql$ 6q(GO)Q9l— 69. ^-Qltf, «OOI «9Q G9l» 
Danta pacha(che)iba ^>iq 9l$^ 9® 9 96191 — 
(91$ QQ , i(gQ')»91— ^Q*»%a) To have one's teeth 
tfts ^t^T dyed with pigments ( of chewn 

%m K$mt betel etc ), 

91$ Q©@QI— G9. §— t I 91$ QQ99I ( C9« ) 
Danta par^ijiba 1. Danta upurdiba ( See ). 
(91$ a§>9l— eioi^a) > \ 9i$ 3i* a^S^i ( S9et ) 
^ «^5l 2. Danta pati par^.i jiba ( See ) 

91$ QOQ 9€)QI— G9. ■£. ( «l^OQ ) — 

Danta patara kariba 91$ 9f 91 6 ^9 G2IIQ9I — 
(91$ 3§) Q€9I — affs^p) To cleanse the teeth and 
iff®" ^Tl wash the face. 

91$ si?— G9. 9 — «. i 9i$Q oaqas fli°q8ft 9$?)i o g- 

Danta pati 1. Gum of the teeth. 

(91$ pa — aoiqp) i 1 ( a. 9$a ^ ) aiSGQ 991 

*tl^ CSTF51, *ttCW llf? 9l$Q QQQ 6 99 ^If)— 
T^fT 2. The jaws; rows of teeth ( upper 

Wt^5? *ftf& and lower ); a full set of teeth,. 

ftcT ITS' upper and lower. 

[ 9 — 9I$9 6aQ aif — Upper jaw. 
9ffl a I? — *Lower jaw. ] 

91$ 9r? 9^(G9)Q GQ91— 69. $-q$&\ «flQ 919 

Danta pati pacha(che)i deba <§\q 9i$99^ qqq 

9^Q G99i — To cause the gums 

to swell and become painful 

by giving blows on the 

cheeks. 

Q| $91$ 8©Sq|— 69. 9— 9Q QII9 9t$ ^Q^Ga 3^ 

Dantapati pardijiba G9IQ99I 91 919 a§)99l — 


^•« 


«agai? 


( .«?•• ) 


'QI$GQ-q*l 


%ft5 VlflJt ^N1 - ,. The two jaws being locked to- 
Wfa5 atftfl .-... gether; Lockjaid. 

(<a$QQit;1 adflQi-«cwq.a) 

Danta pati phula era fl9lj GGieql 9191Q9I — 
%ft5^ssl The inflammation and swell- 

*3fT ?&T g*5T* ing of the gums; a gum-boil, 

^Ig €910 OI^Ql— €Q. 9— 9$Gq«QGei<a ; «S>fl9IQ 
Danta poka katiba _ $0)9 91$% 8I«£M 91 
^ <H^i? <Ki 9% ©$9lj 9§qQ— Severe pain 
s¥?W>fc 'ft^T in the teeth; toothache; odontalgia. 

QI$Qfcl(€©)QQI— €Q. £— Wal 9ig QQ$ SUQ3QI 

Danta bandka(ndhe)iba giG>G§.$^g Ql$9SIQQI- 

Sft^faft To have false teeth set in the place 

v ^f?f ^NHT °f broken teeth. 

Q\<% OT!(M QQl—W-5— t I «P*Q 9!§Qfl9l QifSQ 
Danta basa(se)iba tyQ $ Q(^j 931Q9I — 

ifas^lft; #t^t«Tl 1. To set false teeth in the 

^T?j 44HT4T; ^f?F ^fKn mouth of another* 

Qf$ QQ|(GCI)QQI 7 _ J I 99$ 919 9 %Q\ 

Q!$ 9i$9l J *■ QI36Q ©l§Q 9IQ 

QQ9 Qig 93IQ9!— 2- To have false 

teeth in pne's own jaw set by a doctor. 

•Qi^ 9«H(C€l)QG9€>l— G9. Q — -1 i ©I9IQ GQ$% 91 
Danta basa(se)i deba G9fel§ 9g% GQIQGQ S»!Sj§> 
flvo^N 91^9$ €$G99I— I- To. leave the marks 
^fcT 3*tWT; ^1*3 STQTrfT of biting on a thing or 

body bitten. 

s 1 mm <$\q W9i 91$% s§ «Q9i— 

2, To make the slackened teeth firmly 

set by applying medicines. 

QI«S|, Q?l@Q.|-€9. 9— < 1 9% Si©6Q 9S}©9 Q§99l~ 

Danta basijiba 1 Impression of tooth left on a 

#t^ 5 fl bitten part 

^Rr55nm; ^ifatfspn j \ $q§iQi 91$ (DgagcspaGQ 

3QGOTI — 2 * The loosened tooth becom- 
ing firm through the application oi 

medicine. 

<$\fy QQ 69QI — G9. §.— t I qiQQ §<39l$ §!$ 01% 

Danta bhangi deba si9<a QQ91 — 1 . To take 

^5 Cv(tf CT^rJ out the fangs of a poison - 

^T?* H^f'siT ous serpent 

(W«idj ~> I rata^ 9l^0|^ QQQ a©^ 


QQ9\ &fy «I?T TOPIj «¥ ©JQS91— 
■ 2. To deprive a person of bis fangs or 
his power of injuring others; to make a 
person powerless; to crush one's pride. 

* I GQltf3 9h^% QGOIQ 9€) G991 — 
3. To punish a person severely. 

<?!<$ €)©9I— €9, $.-l I «a! 9§9I G9€» G$ia ©I 
Danta bhirdiba 9Q^% qB Q§9iaiQ* QI^QIf % 
?fa f^Wfl ©9 Q§91— 1. To close on'es jaws to 
^Mt'eRnHT suppress anger cr displeasure 

while speaking. 
S I §Q§°^I G99IQ 91 €115 G99IQ ^QCj %<%& 

2. To clos» one's jaws indicating a 
resolve to take revenge or to punish 

in future. 
(aai— 4 ®H Cl^GQ 9f Q« 9Q9* © GQ ?) 

* I G©f«§ ^^SL* ffG«©9IQ 69l*f «»l* 

« , Q9I%TO1 9Q9I — 3- To itrdicatato a 
person by facial expressions not to do 

a thing. 
QI$Q— flIGQ.— tt*W9a) ?d.— 9K|<3I (GQ<3) 
Dantari Danturi (See) 

Dantare ku^a Supplicating very humbly. 

^iG^Q %ti > a»H%a 9Q9I aiQ* qi^cq -miq 

9i€SGQ Sl* 1 * Wl- 1- Holding* a 

^f^ ^1 blade of straw or grass in the teeth 

^1% tdfit«M indicating suppliant attitude. 

€?iqs« ©jo cia «ssi. Qgqs i %ic o, p. c^igao so ( 
-? I 3© QS1S) gia^QI— 2. Supplication. 
[ Q — SQ Qffq £|iaQIQ ©99^9 SlfiiOIQiq 

Q«l<! I ] 
QI^GQ %tl 6$QI— €9. S— ^ I G*f^9 9i§ WtGQ 
Dantare kuta heba a^ ^9^96^ G^Itff§ glafft 

9l^Q%tt f QQ9I; QI^GQ M ^ 

QlG%Qq*l > G99I— aoiqp giaQI QQ91— 1. To 

9IG^GQ%§I J express an humblee 

*fiC^cfel4i5l; 'flC^^cfel^lfel and suppliant attitud- 

^f^t?ffd*l*^jT before another by hold 

ing a blade of straw or grass be, 

tween one's teeth-, to entreat; to 

supplicate; to implore. 


-*9l$GQ Q^ 


( ; *$>*<. ) 


01$ 


<5>I%GQ S.*1 a§ GOtaS- 9<t^ 8K3GQ OSD 6WIQ 

-M 9I%G$ o«w a$ aa^a qleiQ QQ9t^- 

. 2. To hold a bkde of grass between one's 

teeth indicating the confession of one's 

(9ISJGQ QQS! aftfrf— flOiqg) own guilt. 

['g-'ewa' «HTO QQ519I 9i§fllGW '9iSj,GQ 

$%l* G9IQ QQSJQ 091 ©Q $fi%) I 9IQGQ q*| 3Q 

qQi^ qjfeQ e»-Qai o§ aiQ§ oi§, CQ9s> qqiqgq 
• r»© §Qfc giefoi g>&qi— 

3. To supplicate. 

9I$6Q ©QS1 69W— G9. $— 98313 *IWI — 

T^antare tirana deba To take a bit of food. 

QI^GQ OIWI— €Q. 4?— (CQIflO OQirf SISSl GQG» 

Dantare bajiba q§ aacQ ^91 Signal GQ!§>SIIQ) 

WtC® I3|f| 919f^ «a39|—To strike the teeth 

(said-of some hard tbing found inside a 
soft thing when being eaten.) 

Danta laga(ge)i deba Qg^ $1$S§>9I — To bite. 

[<iMQfiWi(e«)Q9i— «qi%q] oaai— < 95" q$9*i 
iffswft stsgqr G99SQ 901© 91$ 

qTOOTlMT QQIQ G9Q$ l) 

Ql$ GQG€r(G«l)$G>l— GQ. £-QlQ ©BfiQl (G9«) 
Danta lephe(se)idibS Danta nisitcliba (See) 

[Ql9GW(S)$9l - «wi%a] 
<m>|^£Q|— 69. 9. («. 9$fl«)-9r3?«5 91$ 9S 9% 
DantasOla * -G991 — Toothache. 

QIQ€Gfi>Q G§QI— G9. 9— 9l$€ipi (G9«) ' 
Danta sulei heba DSntasula (See) 

-QI9 SfQs>l— G9. 9- («• Q§9S)— a«> *SI ©©$ 
Dadta sardijiba <si|QQ| GSiq! 91S16Q OSgSMQ G©a 
ff |"*l?^|^1 - «(ff©© €99! — *^ kind °£ sensation 
<jfd*l£* ^tsft felt in the teeth when eating 

very sour things. 

'*QIQSl«h-G9. 9. (3. QfiJSlS)— 9IQfllft«J flOT^IaiO— 
Dantasandha The spaces or interstics between 

(9.<n)3$— aaiqq) the teeth. 


■QI9 »«Q1— "G9. $ — 9g S^O ewi— 

Danta ha^iba The looseness of the teeth- 

~oiqi- G9. 9<s. 9? (TOi ■« ^lGSt 9 qg §<)— Q^S^-t- 
Danta Haying teeth. 

(^t ^i§?» — ao^qa) ( aai— Q19191 Q19I} s»l«sir 

(91^1; 9I€9Q— tf) Qlfi>1; ^0qi) 

Danti 1. Self-oiammand. 

^ I Q51Qj €IITO — 2. Subduing; controlling; 

subjugating; ruling, 
* I GQ3 3§§ QJ — 3- Endurance, 
v i Q£»£l ^flft — *. Self-controI # 

Qi^sfl— G9. ^ — 1 1 aiaaq mQGM; Gaiojaj Gai%9— 

DantiS 1. A kind of fishing basket (with 

Jftf^^t tooth like projections). 

i*ft®\ [Q— 091 QIQ 41 QIQ28GQ ^titl G9IQQI0 -<3^ 

<39l^ aaqt 919 QO q©a" 9I09IQ ^l9lQ2ii<i 1] 

Oi^ q»Q 2I€!% Pfiq^CSj ^€11 SHQfl9l 

QlOsig — 2. "Wooden corbels or brackets 

supporting the eaves of a thatch. 

* 1 aiQGa Boti <9gQiQ acri g»i 9oo«^, sai9i 
Q^dl ai«GQ aw 6 awiQ 91a oi^qq G9iQai<3- 

3. A kind of edged bangles worn by 

some women, 

^^3ICiQI^§<l)--4. A hoe; an instru- 
ment to turn up and loosen the soil 

superficially, 

GQ. 9 tf . 9?. («OT Ql^lOG 1 €1© ^GCT QGS1 

(01^1, QIG$§— d) 32J* 9l919IQI§aj q€l QISJ2I)— 

3I9IQ Ql^£JI<3 — Toothed; having such 

and such tooth. 

QI90I— «. $ (?N 9«5)-9G^|Qfl q§G99l— 

Dantib'a To teethe; to have dentition; to 

(9IG^Q9I — SQ^Qa) have one's teeth coming out; 
jff *3#T to undergo teething. 

^rf (aai— < 9iq9*t ^ti 91^)09 1) 

QiStf— €9. 9 (ff. <MD— * I 9I9 9Q 9I9IQ% WIQ?{9| 
Danti S°Q — 1. Tooth-like projection. 


QK£93 


( *9«»J ) 


919 


(sai— <3Q«§ f99<a G9GI §*«ifil QG99i%«i»% 
a^ 9i$1 9i9®a I) 

^ I 9*§S8 » ( G9« )— 2. Dantia 3 (See) 
©IG£80§-^69. § («• Q^aiTOi Q$ 99P. @. €1Q9I€IQ)- 

?f^=f 1. Cleansing of the teeth. 

¥3?, 53*** ^i?r -» i oi^sj 6 qeisiaqr 9i8qci 

qi© —2. The act of cleansing of the teeth 

(ceremoniously so called in the cases of 

Rajas and Deities). 

9lg8l9 99 91— £IG9 (ci^ffll©) ©— q©Mff<3r 9tCS|S 

Dantuapj baiflhiba Sl$Q gaiaiO G99I — 

The finishing of the tooth-cleaning 

operation of Rajas. 

9i@a— G9. «— cwfiiqftQ cento aqgw© <& o<aiw 

DSntun £Q QQ$ — Name of a subdivision 

(Qia^V — BQi^p) and town of Midnapur. 

Qi&Q— C9. M.g?^. 9gQ)—9©9i$©IJesii 99915a— 

Dantura Having prominent or bulging out teeth; 
(91391— «Oi%a) having large teeth. 

9l|9\J 

9I6$Q9I— G9. ^ ( «. 9$ )— ^ 1 9l$9iq G9fa9 
DSnteiba flQ|ei% *flG9 a1C9 «l§ «« 9Q9I— 

1frft5t5l ■> 1. T,o nibble; to gradually nip a thing 
gff?IHT with the teeth. 

( saai— SMfflssi cae^otiq. 9ig$Q: 9ig$q ^g^ 

> I 9lS$9l (G9«) — 2. Dantiba (See). 
9IQQ — si€9 ( «9qio ) 9— 91^39 Gsia aiQsa giq 

Dandara §aj saiQ^QI 99 <3QS~ 

A kind o£ big fishing basket with a 
net attached across the mouth to catch 
fish in flowing water 
[ 9— <«9« q?GQ Olft GG9 G9iQ 0» fl £S9 
GQlfO S3 SN I q.99 9i|Sl ><i 919 8&Q $<! IG^l© 
€91^391 Hl9€9 <9I% 93IQM <1^G9 GSS 0tfi 
aqa§) 9ltfQ99 Ml 9IGS 9IQQQ .«^Jl affolQ 
«1$ 9191$ aiQ?} 9)8 I ] 
9IQ— €9. (3. 9Q; tt. ©ia) — «. I 813; al9Q — 

Dapa 1, Oppression 

*TW -> I G9G1 — 2. Force, 
^tj *> l «9qriQ— 3. Prides 


* I 00— 4. Strength. 

* I al90j SGJHiqjQ— 5. Oppression. 
GIQ9— ff. M. 9? (91 ai^30 o 9l8 ai^—WKWI+Q^. 

Dapaka 329 )— ©a W&<% 91919 Q9^}91G9 

<9I§9|— <J) tag** GQ9 9< — Onewjio causes 

another to give some thing. 

919*— G9. 9 (ST. 9a)— < I 9^— 

Dapata 1. Strength. 

WH& / I g©ia ; GW— 2. Might; fury. 

^W *> I as?— 3. Pride, 

9ia§S0— G9. 93— g«|Ql;9^«l(9i^-- 

Dapatia Mighty; strong. 

9199— «. 9 ( 91 ais.&i* 9i8 ai^+qQ. «o ) - 

Dapana t. | QSBQ91 — 1. The act of causing 

another to give. 

* ! 91991; qS9l; W^ 9«Q— 

2. Kneading; pressing; sqi^ee^ing. 
9IQ«q— *. M (9l8 ^1^+9^. flfliq)- * t 9§fiiq— 
Dapaniya 1 Punishable. 

5 I «€>i9I9 Ql©9*< — 2. Pit to be caused to 
be given away by another. 
9iQ (<£»$ ^1%) — e- ( 91 ai%3©$ ) 9TO9IJ 919 9Q- 
Dapi (root) Q91 — To cause another to give- 

QIQ9— «. 9*1. ( 9l9 yi^+9^. 9 )— 
Dapita t \ aft^lQ Qen G9!Q?IQI— 

1. Caused to be given away by another. 
9 I Q§© — 2 Punished; adjudged guilty. 

* 1 919 C9IQ99I; fl^bj Oft© — 
3. Pressed; kneaded; squeezed. 

v I G8l$9 — 4. Refined. 

* I SliyQ — 5. Acaomplished. 

9 1 affiQ^iq 9a1^Q — 
6. Brought under control; suborned. 
QIQH-a. W. ( 9l8 a|^+9<f- J3 )-9la9iq_( G9« ) 
Dapya Dapaniya ( See ) 

QIQ© 69QI— G9. ^—91^9 G99I ( G9« ) 

Dab-^i debs Daburdi deba ( See ) 

QIQ— tt. 9. ( ^ y|%=®ia G99l+9(§. » )— 
Daba ^ I <?W»j QMo — 1- Porest-fite. 
5 I ( -f Q9. 9 ) ©10 — 2. Heat. 

* t 30ia ; G99— 3. Might; energy; ardour. 
■tf I ei9$l; QaTol - 4. Censure. 

* I 99-5. Forest. 


*>I$WIQ 


/ m$vtto \ 


9I&QI 




w v ei§- 


$ | a« — 6. Fire. 
G9. 9. ( a. Ql§ al$$ )— \ i ^a — 

1. Pressure. 

2. Chastisement; punishment 


Dab-khar QQIQ £g| — A kind of grass used in 

■ thatching. 

Q!QQ@G>-S. 9. ( 9!9+Q<$ff; 9%1 ©©) — Qfiieal?)— 

Daba dahana Forest fire; fire occurring in the 

forest. 
QIGH- G9*GQ. Q. ( «©^ ) ( £fl ) — * I OTQ% QIQa- 
Daba 1. Suit; claim-case. 

Tffl -> I QISfcQ 'VWI— 2. Suing. 

3- Charge of an ofiience, 

* IQN] 9Q9I-— 4. Claiming. 

* i wo£ e<a% ©11390 gsg — 

5. The game of chess, 
9 1 aOQ« GOOQ 3$1— 
._. ^ lfi« The queen in the game of chess. 

QiG>ia1§— G9G9. 9. ( m. QWi+eri. tils J— 

Dabagir 9W§ ( G9-3I )— Dabldar ( See ) 

QI9if-«. 9- (QiQ+a?; ^Kej- weaiftwif- 

Dabagni Forest fire. 

QIQI QQ01Q n — GtfOT. 9. { ffl ) ( WOQJjp )— 
Dabadarabar t | 91^99991—1. Claim-case; 

WfatTC^fel' litigation claiming some thing, 

9191 Qigjsa -v ^qq «$G>IQ SO^I — 2. Claim of 
9ISI 9l£j^ 3 '" right and title over any 

property: 

* I 2IQGSICI — 3. A charge; definite 

accusation. 
QI9iQ|Q— G9 GQ. ©. ( m ) - ^ I Q3 ai$a QGQ— 
Dabadar 1. Suitor, 

^T^fc 2. Dabidara ( See ). 

QIQIQQ— a. 9. ( 9»+TOQi j>$| Q© j — 
Dabanala 9$Gai9— Forest fire. 

W3»re$— 6§OT..d.. (en)— 

Dabftbagtf €TCtqi GSQGQ t^WM; QIQ <$ Wit— 


9191 $9 7 


The materials or ingredients- 
' W-, %. a of chess play. 


9191 G9|$ 

qi©— g^g^. 9. (9©§ai) (ffi.^ra; so. <MQ);£n.wi)— 

Dabi v \ aoaj %Q 91 g$Q|Q gig s>9G$ 31391— 
tftft I. Adducing claim; demand. 

^WT, fT$t ■> | ^ 91 2^9199 QQ%\ — 2. Claim. 

* I SQQSiGQ 9101 QQ9I W$— 

3 Subject-matter of claim in a suit, 
v | 39Q3I WIS) SSStJG) QQSiei; S>i9l9„— - 
4. The value of one's claim. 

G9. W. ( Q0Q2I q^' )— 

QIQI QQ99I — Claimed. 
( 9— <39l 9G3M3£a Q&Q«i'q€IICQ 9i9^Q 
9< I £iai — 9I§ TO* Q1 ^ TO9AI, 9IQ1 ^G?| 

QIQ QQ9I— G9. ■?— 1 I 91^9 PftQI — 
Dabi kariba 1. I a sue. 

*t#Rl ? i aiAwqtiiCQ %$ 91 s^iq giaoj 

^rat ^WT, ^T ^J^n 9Q9I — 2. To claim one's 

right or title in a court. 

* I 9<faaoroiGQ ©$q gia M aiQ9i ais3 giaoi 

9Q9i— 3. To claim one's dues before 

proper authorities. 

v 1 ?MEI(3|Q 9i|£3m g|3*i ^9§l§© 9Q9I — 

4- To lay or adduce claim to odo's dues. 

Q[^)Q|Q— G9G9. 9\ (9e>$28) (EJi. 9IQ19IQ; 9I9M@) — 

Dabidara v | esa^jQ ^^ 919 sqqi ( 9^^ )_. 

(919^13— afi»H^g) Sf$|9i9 gial— i, A olaiment. 
^frflThl -? I 9Q«lg9!^| — 

^RI^TT, 4W|4)< 2. Plaintiff; complainant. 

Ql© 0€!©HIGI QQQ1— G9. ^- ( Q©Q2fl )— 

Dabi parityaga kariba G<5f«9qftQGQ 91 aS'Q^IGQ 

fT^T ?I^RT €991— To relinquish one's 

claim; to forego one's right claimed 

in a suit. 

Ql© Q9<^e-OT. 9«. ( WQQ21I )— QQQfllGQ 919 gq 

Dabi bahirbhuta <3)Q^9I %$$ 9mS19 — Beyond 

*ff?t ^f^f ^ one's claim in the suit. 

QI99I— €Q. -9. ( sr. ^ai%— 6jaoiG% 951 ai^ ; $r. 
Dabiba _ , ©a ai^( Beams ) J— 


<*v 


«Q8® 


< *9«v ) 


Qlfll 


3T33T, ^TWT 1. To press down. 

[99l(69)Q9l~£©$] > I £01$ 2B9 acr% f§9tj 
*3<fc> 9§9I — 2. To press the limbs and 
legs for massage;to massage. 
• I 9G9Q GQ9I — To lessen; to decrease, 
v I SW^QQIi 9fl9 9Q9I— 4. To quash; to 
control; to put down; to suppress. 

* I GSfSQ 9I99I 9Q9H- 
5. To reprimand; to snub. 
9 I ©<JQ 9$Q9i — 6, To deter or prevent a 
person from doing something; to check, 
9 I QQg 9€*9I--— 7. To vanquish. 

r I ©GS8 9Q9I—8, To prohibit. 

«I©^9-GQ. 9«. (9©©«Dj £TI. wn+a. «4S> — 

Dabibhukta 919 qaJGQ ^(—Included in the 

(9IW8^— Wi%a) claim * 

«?I9 Q@9I — GO- -$? — * I «$ aQ9| 3 fiJ€(]QVI — 
Dabi rakhiba .1. To press down; to conceal. 

^WR *3sFu" 2, To keep (a person) under check 

or control^ 

ifP?l*N1 * I (9>©Q«) G9ftf§ -Qi§ Q8GQ G9?<S§ 

3T3T ^STO 9?*|G$ «KML« QNI ^9IQ g9IS QQ9I— 

3. (court term) To maintain one's claim 

against a person. 

<q)i$H— 3. M— «|S© G99IQ 63191 (Q. S921G1Q) — 
Dabhya Controllable* 

<?I0— S§G9. 9. (m)-—^ I tf% 9«9j SWflft— 

Dam 1. Price; value of a thing; copsideration- 
WT 3 ! money. 

5R i I Q% 9©IQ 99 — 2. Market-price; rate. 

3. Bargaining. 
■w i *S€19 9$ — 4. Actual purchase-price of a 

thing. 

* 1 g«W3 391 9$99 GWiaicf ai9i 9^ 

691Q8IW — 5. Coat-price. 
■P I a©j SON 9£}^— 6. Money, 

«J|fl S&6©|— G9. 5- — 1 1 $$<$\q GSltf'Si 9§9 g<$9 91 
Dam uthiba §99 9^ sjQjq G99I— 
Wfn «it 1. The raising of the proper price 

3TR 93ffr of a thing by a sale. 


(Sal— afiQKR 9£>|Q 91Q1 Q§>9i% <3 ©s>g 9$ 

9Gft flQ 8091 9a dl&UQfllQ, <J?{9 9KJ 9 QC9 

9I§ l) 

^ I CPWs 9| 9g9 CT9I0IQ* 3191 QiS) 

G9IQai<l W^IQ 9191 9«9I— 1. T ^e 

getting of the cost-price or actual cost 

of a thing by sale. 

(aeii — -09 siq e-Jog §i<aiG9is% t *•<£$ 99Gfi$ 

<3j9 919 Q09 9l| I) 
QI^QWI— €9. ■£— V I G9fcP 99* 9$9l 3|» SG3Q9I-- 
Dam karibS I- To bargain for a thing with a 
WftH Wl view to purchase. 

2. To fix or settle the price, 

<9!fl v Q©QI— CQ. 9~ S9l# G99i— 

Dam chafljhiba Becoming dear in price)*, the 
ffft&Fl dlfl^tS^T price of a thing going up. 

Qlfl®1— 3IG9. (if 9$fl) 9. §1. (^O. 3. 9fli— 9l5Lfc flffl 
Damrdi 9^919 QOqSJ agq 9I§ ( ?1 ) — 99^ gW 
9© 5P ^91 fll€i 9|%SJ — Cow-calf; heifer. 

[ 9-^ciigq qi^q m 99 a^q 9ii^ 1 ] 

Qlfl ^8^— G9. 9. (9©QSI) — ^ I <5!I99 G3G9 %%\ 
Dam dupat *,q qqq, QQQ&A4, G?1Q9 aejflltfl 

(9ieG9i9^~^^% a ) ** fltteajS 9Q9IQ Q2I1— 
*ffag*lfe 1* The oustotn of a debtor paying 
qrtfftqS interest equal to the amount of the 
capital originally advanced by the 

creditor. 
[ 9— GliW §3GQ WITOQ Wl 9§9W 91© 
9gGfil 6 eii99 9Q9ISJ G9GSJ -99IM 9«j W «jp 
GSIQ9 <ia G^Q9 ^9199^ ©^ 9Sl€j | ] 

> I G97«9 9§9 £1^® «SQ ^SW 91?) — 
2- Double the actual price of an article, 

9Jfla%QI — G9, 9-— G-891 9G$9| fl^GQ Q$ 9§9 
Dam patita ^^q 9*^199^ — ^ ne settlement of 
5f3 *tfel the price of an article between the 

TfcqCTT vendor and the purchaser. 

Qlfl — a. 9. (G9l ai^-"GS99 9Q9l+9#. flff, Qlwa-9 
Dama ^fl|. 19. — %Q. ffl. «?l«i— 019, QIQ—^. 
«5I9S11CIGI )— 1 I «»j 9Q$ — 
1. Rope; cord. 
9 I Ufi- ^—2, String; ribbon; band. 
* I 9IQtf1i SSh friblfl Gfl^ Sin 9Q1G9 WG99 
€CH%9W G9IQ €9fitfi»l^%— 3. A long 


*sw 


t ȣ** ; 


Q|$> 


tether for tjing a number of bullocks 

for treading paddy -sheaves. 

•tf | fl|0* qifdlj 9|Q— 4. Chaplet; a string of 

flowers; garland. 
f. | q$. caia— 5, Cluster; bunch. 
9 I itolj a9»— 6. A ribbon. 
9 I ©39GSS - 7. A kind of grass or reed. 

8. Multitude; mass. 
« I GQfcj Ofl, (§. 093139)— 

9. The universe. 
\ • I a^ ( Q^QQIQ )— 

10, Mountain. 

-** -l"< Qfl 21^+^9. a J-o^q ^ff— 

(g$$9l9) — H- Self-control; keeping of 

one's organs under control, 

-*. S3.— G99I 91Q ; 9M (8- «SUQQ) — 

Giving away; be stowing. 
G9*€9. S>. (en.) — 9° (g$©9!9)— Water. 
(9lS— ■ «Qi%a)." -C9-9. (*w?q&>) 9IG919Q Qiwiq 
• (9i% 9i8w"— «yoq£9) Qi^q ©iO©iq sia— 

A name by which a man named 
Damodar is called. 

^WHr. 9- (9i« + «a- «)— «. i «i§M 9^qgq 991 

Damaka G99I 9g$?>; 3«i<2i 9£J§> (§. €19$ieiQ) — 

1 . A rope which is tied to the yoke of 

a cart. 

j i ftcusj 9ic s e9!Q (§. «©qicra)— 

2. Bridle; reins, 

Qiaf*8— aieo. tewfiiga) q. (a W; §p.9. Q,fl 9'> 

DamaidLia 9|S[§> — Bull-calf; young castrated 

1 - • bullock; steer. 

-W1QI— 3169. (9ftl9@)-f- (*. 9Sh«9« , S>$)--9fc9; 

Damada ©Qqjl ^3-^ Bullock; castrated bull. 

QiaOCr?— «. 9. (9TO+i^-Q«r)-~9$TO Q§9s1 (G9«) 
' DSmana parba Damanaka chaturddasi (See) 

*<wwa— *. 9. 41 ( 9i«y-qJ. • § ) — ^iq5?5 G9sr»iGQ 

Damani SG9S Gai%<£ G3l©9IQ 9Q$ — 

A long tether; a rope to which a 

number cf bullocks are, tethered while 

threshing paddy. 

Trfatt G9 G9. $. (fft) GQ!$I 06 QQGGQ £»Qia9| 

ffWf OgJQil £j€tl — : A square cloth put on the 

* back of a horse. 


QlflQ— €9. $•— ©WQ (€9«) 

Dftmara ' Damara (See) 

QWI — g. Q\ $1— (9lS + tf)— 9^<$H— 
Dam a A rope. 

€9 9*.-— «. I ^QflQIQ OG?Q; SS)^ (G9«) 
1. A kind of bird; chhataria (See) 
«fWri 5 i <a. 9$S; 9?)=-9gj9g?iq @&a9i^) eri. 
^UTOT 0019)9)- 991%; «fiff9 "Wi9$§G3<9$ 9$ 
QIQQ — 2. A kind of drum ( struck 

with sticks ). 
• I 9IG9I9QQ BGl9qaQ 9ITO19 — 

3. A name by which a person named 
Damodara is contemptuously called. 
QlfllBO- e. 9 .— GQI9&T G019 9flWfl9i 9Q§>— 

DamarTcfaana Ropes with which the legs of a 
(Qi9i$Q — ttfittOp) horse are tied to a peg, 

Qlfllfll— €9. 9\— 9191 J (G9«t 

Damama Dama 2 (See) 

wewfl, saeq, stow, sg> a q t gai^a* fl^iaisi 1 

9lfl?ft(9l)— G9"g9- <?<a-(eri. 9i9vi)— s^W— 

Damia(ka) Valuable; precious. 

QIG«— 2. 9 . %|— (9lfl+Q^+4l. ty 3I91Q <iQ G93GQ 

Damini 91a aefl© QV9 99f9!Q «fi— 9$^ 

G9QQQ flIOl 91 QS^ a€i ^«^l%) G^9l9^i 
9 Qs£> — Lightning; electric flash. 

Qlfll— G9 G9. 9*«. (€TI. 9lfll, 9l9$»l) — qWlO^- 

Dami Valuable^ precious. 

(9IQQ, Ql9«8— affi%a) 

9iq@ N (Q)— S1G9. ( ^dq.Q )— Q\ (»- 9fli)— 9I9^j 
Damuid(r) qpi 9^9 — Young bullock; steer. 

QiqS)— G9. 9 — < I (e.9«i)9Qg5 S^LQ'S- q$>| 9ft9- 
Damurdi 1. Young bullock; steer. 

91991^1^1^ 7 ^^ > I ( *. S»-», ■ «a» 
9ig9l;9t^9 J ^ Fallon; ». g^=yo 

?rtvl; fttf^ §. a9gi«iQ ) aQgiQ <«>o^efi o €i; <i^ 

^?^ 2919; aisafjl QQ^— 2. i of a pice; 

20 cowri-shells. 

giG9. {Qm) $—<> 1 ai$G); acaiQ o^©«3i^) o a- 

1. One third of a pice; One pie. 
> I §Q 91%^ (OGC?)— 2 - ^ calf. 
i ®$m ) Q— * 1 S91; 9TO OQ ft ^91 'tild) 
qcijqi — 3. A heifer; a young cow that 

has not had calf. 


»ty$ a 


( *9*9 ) 


<?if ^ 




<?iqgl«fl— 69. 9— 9tf© ( GQ« ) 
Damurdia Damurdi ( See ) 

Qigp— flifi$<«isi«0 ©-Q8IQQ ag a©eGa<a— 

DamuJ* * A sect of gudraa in Ganjam. 

9I«H8»Q— 3. 9* SL° (QW+Q^Q 9$Q& 9lfl— €W$I9 
Damodara 9$|9|£3€a QQ$ S.9IQQ I 3q.$l «© 

«£$©» 3913 scai^i 0191? eas 9€© 91 
cwiGQ 9Q§> 9i$ ©Kg «C*Q GQC ^9 
©tfGQ QC^CQj «HI 919— Q<|_ Q9QGQ 
9I9IQQ; aSSUQl- SW^ 9^§)GQ 9i@9i% 
GS Qg ^9^l Q^Sfll© ©QSIGS; ©^ 
WnfllS© 09§, 9W sai^ G}©£[9fl© 
5®j€Q Q91© G9IQ 9fG_91GSI < 9© G9l«h 
ai<3 ««W 9IS=$S Q9©G© SI9iQ G3 
9IGWQ I WlQQOGQ GQ«Ua© GSI, GS 
a©«(S Qi$ 6 QQJ$ SfcGQ ag©ia G9I3 
©IQT ©W QIGfllQQ— fl<jQ©!9 6 SlG©Q,) 
^ I $q& — 1. A name of Srikpishna. 
§,€ — 2. Bishnu, 

aiagia &©i9G«; aioaw (G9<a)— 

3. A kind of Sa\lagrama; 8a~lagrama (See) 

" GQ. 9. tfflfl)— ^ I 9%*« fflfl— 1- A name 

given to males 

-> t'QCilQdti €WS<J Q09QI— 2- Name of a 

tributary river of the Hooghli. 

qq — <h^i gasbags a©©% 9I9IQ ©Qfli© 9iG$ 

« 1 qftfll ©IS© al*Q SG«©I ©G© © G©hI©<9| 
(V** 1 ^ Q©|Q) — S. A far-renowned Astro- 
loger of the Sake era 1336 who has 
written the astrological treatise Sarani. 

QlCfllQQ QiQiqQ— GQ. 9 ( ©IS )-QgOQ $!€&© 
Damodara pattanayaka gCrlQ gQIW— A well- 
known compiler of musical gongs* of 

Or ipsa. 

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<9«Sfiq 9€>©5 <l G©Sil©ia9|Sl ^GQ 6 9$©l© 
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Dam ni Daman i (See). 

Dampatva 1. Conjugal; connubial. 

(Q t °0©<f- a©i^l) J I G99I@Q— 2. Marital. 

a § — 1 1 %1 6 g.q^e 5?aiGQ Gga qi 9i99iQ 

( g. €199^9 ) — 1. Conjugal love or 

conduct,. 

( §. Q03IQQ J 1 — 2. Vedie-sacrifices and 
rites performable by a married 

couple, 
Qlftei©©**— 2. 9— Q« agk «&1GQ 9»— 

Dampatya kalaha Connabial quarrel. 

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QiaeiO©©— 3. «— G§9I9©«19©— 

Dampatya jibana • Conjugal life. 

Qlfl©*!©?!©©— e. 9 ( »©Q- ©9^©9i9Q aia^€9 
Dampaiya nirbScbana w)— 9© Q§1 QQ|Q QQ|Gjq 

9ISG99I %Q Q4QQ% Q^5 G^f© Sft*!©©— 
( evolution theory ) Sexual selection . 

(Darwin). 

Qlft©** §€iq— ^T. 9^-3© ^ 991gOI aglor S&IGQ aQ8Q 
Dampatya pranaya G^9 — Conjugal love, 

QI&©H Q©©-2. 5—9919 99©— Marital tie. 
Dampatya bandhana 

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Dambhika Qal— 1. JProud; imperious; haughty; 
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* I QQSlCfcq; 9Q$ G99fl — 3. Hvpocrete. 
** s | a^} — 4. Sly; artful; cunning. 

*IOT9IQS? 9©l<l; $%9I — 

5. -Blustering; boastful- braggart. 
f> I gQIQ —6. Fraudulent; deceitful, 
9 I ao«|£Orci (§. ^|s?q[qQ) — 7. Showy. 
Q— QQOSlj 99 — The Ardea Nivea; the egret 

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QlC^©!— ff. 5 (9l$9-h§!9isa. ©D— v I ^01— 

Dambhikata 1. Artfulness; cunning. 

(91*19^ — eiQi^q) J I 39°9!Q —2. Arrogance; 

pride; haughtiness. 

* I QQQ — 3* Bluster; boastfulness. 
v I 9a&|QQ<8 —4. Hypocricy. 

WJTOKI-C9.3— 9l^9$i (G9«)— Dambhikata (See) 
Dambhika pana- 
(9l$98SaT — QGW^p) 

Qiq— «r. § (Qi ai%=9ia9Q9i+93 a; g aaq) — 

Daya t | qjt ^ICflQ SjqaGQ GflSj 53$r§G9 

QQWWMSKSrQ 43 QGfy — l* Heritage; 

inheritance. 
5 I gS^QIQ 9IQ— 2. Dowery; dower; 

marriage-portion. 

* i QQqwra gig gig s#§ — 

3 Inheritance; inherited "property. ' , 
vi g3©9 9$f-€^ — 4. Patrimony; ancestral 

property. 

* I 9$©h 9g; asmwlQ s£9 ghq aeQ ©9a 1$ 

Kiqf $9iG$ «9<ifllffTOq$«%ig%e9l9) — 
' V " *" ' &• Divisible property. 

.. £ I aff (g^9l9)-^6. Riches. 
9 ) [ + Q9 H. (Cte)]9l9— 7. Gift, 
r | g|G- G©1© — 8. Place; tenure. 
ti t ©Qr-9. Water. 

*• i (€91 ai%**€89» 9«i9i+q9 a) g29#— 

10. Cutting 
,<AlOM3SL 8a i 909 -11. Trouble; peril; 

.„_ . danger. 
O I €}a99jg^l© — I2^0alamity; oppression 
t* I £^SI9H}— -13. Je&pardy^ crisis* 


14. Refining. 
V* I G9IQ; Wgia — 15. Mental troublejgrief. 
K$ i <3Q— 16. Injury; ravage; damage; 

. devastation; loss, 
*5> f «?G^SMSI — 17. Destruction; ruin. 
£f~ I G93I — 18. Debt; liability. 
*«1 9GOIQ q^qh^i^— 19.:Responsibility; 

liability; incumbrance. 

- , ° I qQQ— 20. Gravity;h^avy responsibility. 

-»! I S^|— 21. Jest; joke, 

- ■ JJ 1 (9iai^+9<§.a)9l©| — 22. Doner; giver. 

-"•'I (91 ai^ + Qtf. 2l)— aS>i^G99!G3ICIiaO 

* (§. QQfllGQ)— 23. Property which ought 

to be given away. 
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GQl 9 — t I OiR©} 9S^J©9 — 1. Necessity, need- 

> I 9% 91^ Qj 9ld"H58l9€iHO^ q%QQ Q|& — 

2^ Aaact wJiieh must be done at any cost; 

an act entailing heavy and unavoidable 

responsibility. 
(001— -CJflQiq, 8WJ£J, fllWlSJ, 9Qs!9iq QQW) 

* I 3941h 99IQ^ 5j»lj Q^l»9 O^tiH — 

3 Craving; torment or pain which must 
be satisfied or removed. 
(a2fl—«Q9'€a*Q QiqeQGfilQOGQ I) 

* I 2I9Q; Sl5^2i 219^1 — 4* ^ queer position; 

difficulty, 

* I $SSI qa^l — 5. A dilemma. - , 

9 I <3[8«— 6. Trouble. 

Qiq9^-e. 9«. 9! ( 91 ai%+9® r « «9 ) — v 1 $a 9^ 

Dayaka 9I99KI— l.-©iving; granimg.- 


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(Qiq 91— aj) > 1 (g©,q qjga fWJSi)— 

QSiWSISl — 2 - (In compound) 

Producing - 

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*» I £3©QQ$i9l ( ql — &. Compensating* 

* I (G9» bl§_+9gf. «$) G899— 4. Cutting. 
3. © — £ I QIQI — 1- Giver; "de-ner. 

2. Kinsman; lineal heir. 

Qiqgg,— a. q« ( 9is+gg; r ssisji «© )— 1 1 q§©Q 

Dayagrasta V^^SOl^©— 1. Involved in dis- 
charging an unavoidable duty. 
> I 9i£J^IS — ; *- Responsible; liable. 

* I 9Q©9 9WQ ©9«— 

3, Involved in great troubles. 

DSyabhaga qa|£Q q© 9i^Q «*§ *8®Q 949 — 

1. Partition or division of inheritance 

amongst the heirs of a deceased person. 

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rules of inheritance prevalent in 

Bengal. 
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Dayara (etc) Dohara ^2) etc (See\ 

Q.qGQ 9^01— CQ. 5 1 — aQOSQ a^Q^ Soqcq Q^QI- 
Dayare pardiba To be hard pressed . 

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QiqiQQ— a. 3«i (*^i to. «hi 9?fl To; Qisj+sua©)- 

Dayagata e I flQQ§ @||CQ Q§W (^^)— 

1. (property) Inherited. 

3. §—(@C? ^0)— GSIQ Q19 Qiq 91 GftoQ ^Sj- 

^€9 ?0«S ( © WdiflQ )^(Hindu Law) A 

slave of which a person has become the 
owner by inheritance. 

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DaySda z } GQ CSOO a^ Q®$ 9GQ)— 

QiqWI > , ^ I ip — 1. A son. 

QiQl'vH I ^ ^| ^€JiiQ — 2. Lineal deseendent. 

*" I 9®^^©l^l — ^- ^ n ne ^ r * a successor. 
4. A kinsman within 7 degrees. 

s. 9« (9iq+a9 k -.aiSL aa -eQ9© ^a9i+9$. »)— 

Inheriting the property of a deceased. 

QiqiQi-a. o. q] (QiqiQ+g.1. a) — ^ffiijSa^- 

D5y5da . Daughter. 

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QiqQ— «. §«. g? (Qlqo + ^ICO. V) — Qiq1— 

Dayika Responsible. 

DayikS Daika (See). 

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Dayita gp^— -Already given away. 

Ql(|9— W. 9 (91^0+519. q)— t I Sfla^IIOI€Q q%^Q 
Dayitwa ^ a9j|i. QWG9S1; q%Q|Q— 

1. Responsibility. 

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2. Liability; indebtedness. 

Qiq§«9— 3. S— ©QQQGQ e«i|f< gj^jQ o^g ag^ 

Dayitwa jBSna <ig €9ia- — Sense of "responsibility* 

9iq§ 99 «9H — 3. Q«— G«a «K1«I Q8GQ ^91 9!^§Q 

Dayitwa jSanasuny a q^ai wqq ^cq ff||— 

Having no sense of responsibility. 


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Dayitwahina ai< — 1, Having no responsibility; 

9^9$9 1 aCiMQa irresponsible (person). 

9l^ # 9i I ^ -> I €9gf 9I& fltf 9191 Q9€Q 

Q|3§> <? ai<3 — 2. (a work) Involving no 

responsibility. 

QiqQIQ— fll€Q. (Wflft) 9— 9iq1 — 
Dayidar Responsible. 

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Daji w S6CT qg69IQ gqg-$<l I— Mi t<a9iq1)-- 

<9iq«a -%1) ^ I QICpj 9IOQIQ1; 9I0I; 699I 9IQ— 
1. Giving; bestowing. 

? I <3SiQ9l (9i§ 91 9g»— 

2. Causing; bringing about. 

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3. Involved in a great responsibility *)* 

liability. 

■* I 9191 Q9€Q 99I969<$ 91 9% 9ga!4 — 

4. Eesponsible; liable. 

G9. 93— <* I 910 * (C9fl!) — 1. D ai 2 (See) 
-> I C9l<al— 2- Guilty. 
QIG<$9 (Q0m19)— C9G9. 9 <5 Qtfl. —9KJQ Q9<il9 (Wfl) 

Dayer (ete) Daer etc (See) 

9l®f fl~6969. 9- (Q\ ftiS)— 9«HIQ. 99^9919 
Darwin §9^9 Q°q9 ag©— Darwin who 

QSQQQQ 7 started the theory of Evolution 

9l€jP^ J and the theory of the- Survival 

of ihe fittest, 
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■OiQflQI©— 6969. 9. (&l)— * I *W — 

Dar madar .- 1. Agreement. 

^TOT^ (aai— W9«»l% Qffl 9Q91$. 9WQ 9l$09l§ 
Qlg 1 ) / 

- J I Stffe — 2. Dependence; reliance. 
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9iaw»9 «8 i) ^ 

* I %5t~" 3- Contract; stipulation. 


njaai — 4 ©©g^L <■• -Mfl€Q 9$ 9Q9I aicf 9lsj. 
Sj^Sl CftlGQ 9l$fl9;9 69IQ 9IQS l) 

"* I €9fe»§ 91&Q QQ— 4. Charge of a work 

or matter* 

* I 9t3§ — &. Responsibility. 

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QQ f 9iqtf %36Q 9^9?© ^<3j 9^ <9I9 
»a <fl) — ^ I -Q&»3 ^1— Wife. 
5 l(+q9 a) §9IQ«— 
2, Act of tearing or splitting. 

* I ( + 9$ a) 9§S> 69§-3. Ploughed field. 
"* I (+9^. a) 9I3— 4. Cupid. 

* I (4-9^- a) ENS— 5 Gap; rent. 
^ I ©9- 6. Hole. 

gi69- (9g9) 9 — 9\Q. — Dal; split peas; pulse. 

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(saai— 9!9)9IQ, QQ99IQ l) 
.. • | ^1616191^ aa6Q— 3 - Holding. 

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"QlOa— St' S- « v (^ ai%— 99IQSI 9Q9I + 9® a9 ; 
Daraka ^ Sl*l 6Q$ 9^919^1 9Q OT $<! ) — 
(9IQ9I— %1) ^ I g#-l. Son . 

^ I S^ 91^9—2. Boy; child. 

* I 0193^: — 3. The young of animals. 

* l9|g*fS©Q — 4. Domestic pig; village hog, 

Piercing; splitting. 
0IQ9&— «. 9 . (919+9^; v ^1 oo- 9iqa 9^)— 
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Darana k . l 9 9I9«, £T l§iC99l — 
..--.- 1. Rending; tearing. 

> 1 ©9G99I 9$^ ertrG9i— 

2. Splitting; cleaving; piercing; bursting. 

• 1 (+99<s to) 9*9|Q9 a^- 

3. A splitting weapon*.-. - 

4- Clearing nut and its tree. 

* I GSQ* ®SH GRTO QG9 9a ff|«S14 (§. »■ 
$109} — 5. An appliance whioh'makes a boil 

burst. 
9<3. (+0<$.'«G) QQIQ©> GS QQ 9« — 
Piercing; splitting. 

QiQ$rt-a. 9. 1). ( ww+« )— 9.^— 

Daram Durga. 

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Dara tyagl One who has deserted his wife. 

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m I §$9; fJGTft — ^* Vermillion (Apte), 
v 1 999 C9€i©iO WW*' K * - 
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. 3. Qel. (9Q9+a) —^ I 009-099 35V&1CJ— 
1. Relating to Diirdisfcan. * 
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Daraparigraha Q|Q Q$ ( G9S ) 

Dara karma (, See ) 

9IQ9— a. 3<n. ( 9i%+ wwa. « )— 

Daraba < | Q|$0?9— 1. Wooden. 

SI 914^910 — 
2. Produced from wo§d. 

QioJoa^— a" s>. ( ©a %1q s*<a9 39IQ «Mj qiq+qo 

Dara balibhuj, -pqp a|$+Q$; %®J — 

"9199 Qfll— Crane (Apte). 
QIQ— GQ. 9- < «GQ 9§9QQ 6 q^CT; 91^8 )— 
Dara a], qjfu. 919 ( G9«- ) 

Wife; Dara (See) 


9iQ€l— G9. ©. ( a. «3I8I )— 

Daraksha ^ | stgpQ jjqq QQl— 1, Vine. 

^sftW S I asf^Q £f»— l. Grape. 

^W > I '3'a99'— ^- Raisins; dried grapes. 

<W€! -e. 9. ( 9 ai§+qo. sj )— 

Dari ^ | 9919^ en09l ; ©Q9I— 1. Splitting; 

tearing-." 
> \ G99 9Q9I^2. Piercing; rending. 

Or€jso — 'G9. m. gf— G9^ t *ioiG9 ajg^— 

Daria Attached or addicted to a prostitute 

3\\&l<tfcr or prosiitxites; intimate with prostitutes. 

OI€)8D Q§-^€9. ©— G3^ 9«i^ m'% ^9G9 €9Si|OIGQ 
Daria bhanda ag^ ai< — One who is shame- 
lessly addicted to prostitutes. 
9IQ9I— 3- 9. %!. ( 9IQ0 + aJ. « )— 
Darika ^ | QGW|. ^ei — 1. Daughter. 
J 1 G9a**l — 2. Harlot. 
* I gflfc — 8^ Rsnt; cleft, 
v 1 91^91—4. Girl. 
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Darita * +$£. 9 )— 9^5 90151% ©q 5310^91) 
£Ttl G9lQ§|9l — Pierced through-, split; 
rent; Jacerated; torn. 
QIQQ-^3. 9. ( 9€l9 + q9, Q ) — ©&)»!; 9QQ9I— 
Daridra Poverty; indigence. 

9IQ§^«II?9I— G9. 9. ( flllO* )— 

ParWrftfghotiba v \ qd) a§)99l — 1. The sudden 
9[Q^*G9lt99|) * disappearance of one's 

OIQ^-COIWI aQ1%a prosperity. 

S I «9m^) ^9f3 WglGQ dlOtflfO G99I - 
2. Being stricken with utter want or 

poverty. 

QIQQI -91. M. q.°. ( «. 0513 )— * 1 *IQ 9^5™ 
Daridra i. Destitute; very poor. 

(9m9l<a1— H) ? I 3I919 «0 <B0 ?% ; ? asl — 
tffllif^, ?ft*F 2. Miserly. 

^ft^:,-^ftfr • 1 (cn») 99«^ ; 9^?oi-* 

3. Very much hankering after some- 
thing (like a very poor man). 


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Wtr^f g|. Q. ( 3. 9!&Qh )— Q&QOI; QIQSh — 
3[(ft?f Poverty, 

Qiejgi— «. 9. ( ^s+q9. a )— 

, Daridrya 9^991; 9QQ©lj 9lQ3«i — 
Poverty; indigence. 

Dandrya paSchakshara qqq GQ9Q ©qo G&iSj 3!S 

(QiQ3<i-Q«isaQ w— «^^a) e«i? ass*©Sfi 9t9t 

'961 9Q9 ?' — (witticism) A sen- 
tence of 5 Oria letters meaning 'What 

shall I do f uttered constantly by an 

idegent person. 

QIQQI— 69. 3— ( «• ^ al^flo 91$ ai$=*99lQ9l) — 
Dariba criQOIj ©Wl; 99IM 96191— To rent » to 

split; to pierce. 

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oiq— c'Sw. g«wq (eri)— giaiQsiss otf, -q9 6 9i9si£j 
Darl i adieQ <jq goiq gqg §«; W <?l eteioo 

^ gQ^—A suffix meaning the act or 

^j- occupation of. 

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ift?l «- 1 G^Q^Ii ©€1S1; ClS^i — 

^T^fr 1. Prostitute; whore, 

J I 9fc1 — 2. Nauch girl; dancing girl. 
(CIIO)— Q^QQSI %1— a - Adulteress, 
viQsoi qj. Qaa?[1— 4- A kept woman; a 

mistress; a concubine. 
cqsT qere qsq oiq q<3 ai<, 

a. 9. <9 at% 2iQ 9i€? ai$+9<$. d^ — caiQW* 

Gq«t (§. flMIQQ) — A disease consisting 

of cracking of the skin of the sole. 

Darl kariba <. I gas QG©I999 9GQ G9€M$§GQ 

geoa MMPi wool gcrcQ (wta9 

QQ$) ga« q€ 39913 9Q9I— To co- 

/ habit a girl for the 1st time when she 

takes to prostitution. 

* I 91$ 9Q *«§ €991— 

2. To be addicted to a prostitute 
or prostitute. 

■ I 0G&1 QQ ®<*% 099^— 

3. ; To be in love with other men's wives, ' 

t*9 


QiqaQSjt 391— €0'. £\— G9OTOI69 W§ 699lj 
Dari ghar'aku jiba To visit a prostitute. 

QIQ QIQ1 — G9. 9. (3* 9l§9l +9iq1j <J9I39 39QQ> 
Dari dasl ?. | qq$h\ & Qoaglqeo QS9I %1— 

frtffat^l 1. Prostitute and maid servant kept 
^l-O^I-Ht as a mistress. 

J I G9€M <S Q€»l;$0IW 9© ^^8 ^^^i — 
2. Being addicted to prostitutes and 

concubines^ 

(geii — eg 9iq9rateQ 9$o aqgt ^9»IQS9^^ i ) 

QIQQI01 9€J9I— W- ■?.— t'l €9as| 6 C^3I 91^ 

Dari dasi kariba g§> 3QQg G99I — 

ifNfW^^I 1. To be addicted to prostitutes. 

4 l£ f5Hl ft ^fft a^d concubines. 

> I 9Q%1 Q9 G99I — 2 - To be adulterous (in 

the case of a man.) 

QIQ Q.q(eO)QOI— €Q. 5 — «■ I &$& €99h1Q QSGQ 

Dari nacha(che)iba Q§ 9191Q QQh ^IC£f 9I& 

BIOTI6Q 9I9h 99IQ9I — 

1. To play music to tbe accompaniment 
of the dancing of a dancing girl. 

J I SHatfl 2flaGQ €9ail ©I99IQ Q3I^ ^?Q9I — 

2. To cause a nauch-girl dance before 

• one*s self. 

• i (qio) (f%a<H^) ash^ ©fe%ea qi^h 9€i9i> 

G9f^l9 Q^|1S?Q9 91* 9Q9I— 

2 . (figurative) To do any shameful work. 

*> i 99 W %lflifi«^Baai qialooi OT9I— 

3, To give undue liberty and freedom of 
movement to the female members of 

one's family. 

QIQeig-G9. 9— QMMQ9I/ €S3^* 39IGQ €9€lil9iG«> 
Dari sahi SlSfla — A quarter of a town inhabited 
(^*tjf*TF5l by prostitutes. 

o§ cfijG^ 00, cocffuwqaigsa QQ — oa ' 

Gl$— 3. 9. ( Q *li§. ^^ €991+9^ q; 3191 QqaiO} 
Daru . . - '' ^O. crl. 9lQ=a9i<| ) — 

^ I 91% 9iO— 1. .Wood. 

9°g|« ©3IQ« flKBIv .: 

J I 91^ «g — 2. Log of wood. 

• \ 9I9> Q^9— 3* Fuel. 

"tf l Q99QIQ ^3-^4. The cedar tree; a spe- 
cies of pine; Pinus Deodoras. 

• I 8^0— 5. Brass. 


«qp 


( *9*J ) 


Qtq^l 


9 I 

r I 

' { 

■ " ! * I 

3 

v i 

* I 


3^99; 9s3 — 6. An artist; artisan. 
QC0Q— 1* Carpenter. 
<?!©{ 9h4Ji — 8. Liberal peraoriT" 
1 I (€QI a%«»G9W 9QS>!-|-9$. %>— 
QQIQQ — *~ Piercing; rending, 
qqqS* — 2. Cutting; splitting 

( Ql a|%=9$. %)~9l<?€flQ — 

Libera]; generous. 

CaiW— 4. Refining; purifying. 

<agOSl» 5 qg^i—O. Fragife; breakable. 
.Jffl. Ql$9)— 
9IQ9-— 1 C" un powder. 
s»$ <g»i giq qo, ^<SQ 3Q eowl 

ff&9ie. 9$iQ0Qcr i 

s I ( a- <3i%5 q$9iQQ )— 

©a^iaqr s§> e&i& 9i9f©~G»*l" 9ib— 
2 {.euphemism J The wood of the Neem tree 
used in making the wooden idol of 
the Deity Jagannatha. 

QSQQ. ^. ( ffl )— ^ I $Q— 1. Wine; spirits; 

spirituous liquor. 

^ , STOOLS?. a«w% I 

*«p -» I §!§&; Q9IQ — 3 « Medidne. 

qfc fll€9. ( Gawqft") 9— W 32— 

The Neem tree. 

9i%9— *. ©- (9ai%3© Qi© "«%*■©* 4 9991+ 

Daruka 9®. QS )— t I (OW) 491? TO*— 

1. Name of the charioteer of Srikrushna. 

aq QQQl CQ5) $€g I ©CK4I0. Q9TO t 

[ g — <l "4GM $19$ 31G9 I q&j>Y¥S& SOSjGQ 

<it%ew'f'Wf seqacQ Qs qoiq 

a«9*GH§, «M €fllGO 9»-- «0I2 . * <*§ Q3C9 

qsgi^ ctfQ «K| »' fl^W GQ9i$9 gqi^Q < 

^ I ( $>|%+flGef.9 )— €9991$ 98— 

2. The cedar tree; the pine tree. 
* I 9lO — 3. "Wood. 

<3i%9Q«»1— a. s— mom owl— 

Darukadali 1. Wild banana. 

j I Qida 9991 — 2* An inferior and hard 
^ variety of banana. 


9i%9i -a* 9 %1. (9«%+«+qJ a)— t i 9P9 8%<Si 

Darak* ' qk> 9€^Cl — 1- Wooden doll. 

> \ ass wecaSi sqwoqq siefecas 

(§. 4IQ3WQ) — 2. Name of a 
sacred forest. 

Daru khunda naji «9I£I1<1; — Muzzle-loader (gun). 

QI%q££— €Q. 9— £ I 3QQ 9«W GMlQ €819 q9— 
Daru ganthi 1. The joint between two 

plates in a thatched house. 

> I 9IQ9 Q$; 9te)Q r €l$GQ QjGlflia aOT|£jl <y?l 

ad40l ^l^ 1 ^ 0QflWh-*-2. A. given 

quantity of gunpowder which is pushed 

inside the hole of a firework. 

QIQGKM — «. Q— «©Q€iOI (g. €109ISIQ)— 
Darugandha Galbanum. 

Darugarbha Q5j^ giff sai^iQ) — QIO 9€^Q — 

Wooden doll. 
QJ$€>©-GQ. Q. («. Qi^+m. Gl§>; <I9IQ ©IO ©@ 9^ 
Daruchini Qoi 991%)— ©IQ©© 5 *W*T" 
(Q%GO©, QiqeS— a©H%0) Cinnamon. 

wl^§^ <i*Wh, 4K4IP1 

QI%»— 3. 9«. (Ql%+9Cf a[%+9^f B a) — 
Daruja e I 9^©5b-~ 1. Made of wood. 

^ I QI^JQ 9QQ — 2. Born of or produced 

**^" from wood. 

A kind of musical drum made of a 

hollow cylindar of wood, the two ends 
of which are covered with leather. 

Qi%a— «:'Q«. » ai%, 3© <«Q ai%+«4-- ^)~ 

Daruna t. 1 QE{<JQ/ a© Q^l«>95 ^« — 

(QlOtil— a]) 1, Awful; dreadful; horrible; 

frightfulj awesome. 

> I WW; Q@t; 9GOIQ; SK^fe Qfi; «|§ - 

2, Intense; violent; severe; sharp. 

3. Cruel; relentless; harsh. 

"w I ©Q r Q — 4. Heartless; unkind. 
* I 969— 5. Hard. 
£ I 9^9— £ Harsh; rough. 
5> I 9^35? — ?. Painful; troublesome. 

P I fl^GQ'SU «rf^; ?W9 — 
8. Insufferable; unbearable; intolerable. 


Ol^as 


( *9v« ) 


Qiq[ge 


e | ^8Gi3l&l —9. Difficult. 
V* i WtQQ-^10. Splitting; tearing; rending. 
s°. Q— i I e#9 9i a»i©$i «2 — 

1, The Leadwort plant. 

2. The brother of the demon Mura. 
* I -^QSI — 3. Cruelty. 

■tf I 960IQSI —4. Harshness ; severity. 

5. The sentiment of horror in literature. 
9 I GQfg CW© Q®$ (9- W9i€!Q) — 

6. Name of a star, 

9 I 9%_(8- SOTIQ©) — 7 - B^™. 
r I SQ (g. QOTIfilQ)— 8. Siba. 
t I QS3 (8- 9WI«)— 9 - Damon. 

10. ISTame of a hell according to the Hindu 

mythology. 

Darunaka q§l GQ9J-0© 9IQ9GQ ©3 48Q * »®t 

Q9IQ : 'tf© Q § >9! S ^ Q (8* S©Sl«©)"" 

Dandruff. 

■-©l^©|-^.©X9ig,« + «|€9. 9l)-Ql^iq^^GOIQQl- 
Darunata Harshness; cruelty. 

-■©i$«i— *. ©*. fl- (©i3*+a)— * ' Gtfai« «j 3F*I* 

Liaruna assj QSI£|— I. The third day of the 

bright fortnight of the month of 

Baisakha. 

^ i €<weas 5 q#9i s$Q a*<$i©1 cw- 

2. Name of a Goddess. 

a. ©*& "' &-*-©i%«a© staff— 

Feminine of Daruna. 
gi. 90. (3. Ql%8)— Ql%tf3 ^ ©<$ Q— Cruel, 

(sasit^ — g«i qqq%\ 9i%sisi<i 1) 

Darunari q©+a©)-91, (g. flWMQ) — Bishnu. 

-Ol^fflM— «. 9. (©I%4I + Q6©. 3)— 91%aq9; 9SOIQ9I- 

Darunya Harshness; cruelty. 

©|%©9©— *. 9- ( 9$ 0®> 9|%+99» )"WIW 

Darudahana (®G9<$) — Forest conflagration. 

©!%©a!— a. 9. — 9l%9SQi (SQfil) 

Daru niea Daru hal&di (See). 


©l$Q8l~S. 9.— @£TWl (€©«) 

Darupatrl Hingupatri (See) 

qi^qi^— g. Q.'XflT ®®i 9i%ai§>_) — 9i$aift©io©ai$- 

Dara patra A pot or utensil of wood, 

©i^qSq^a. 9 H (©i%+*W+©+f!l ®)— 

Daruputrita *. | VIO 9$OI; $I^Q %Q3l — 
©I $,©&!, ©1%.©RI, i " • . X - Wooden image 

©l%C«H«©, > ^ * I OK) Q^IQ - 

9:%qjl, 9I%9^ J ^ 2, Wooden doll. 

©I%S»—- e. 9. (91% 3© 98ff aof— %l — 
Daru phala Pistachio. 

Qt^g§— C9. 9. (91% 91 ©IOGQ ©S© 6 Q§ 3%S) - 
Darubrahma qgGQ ^»Q©« QCl^ia 51913% — 
^^4^t The wooden idol of Lord Jagannatha. 

y$m<n of Puri - 

(91%^, OI%%Q— aOsQ0)' 

qi^^i— sr. 9.— (9i%c«ia fi^+S^-SliO— 

Darubrahma Q^Q^i (aC9<9>— The heavenly 

architect of the Hindus, 

QI^O— 3. W- (9i%+$?*awra> 91 ^%3)— 
Darabhuta «, | 910 aifijf 9IQ^9I — 

1. Turned into wood 

* I a^^pi 9I0QQ ©1Q — 

2. Skill and motionless. 

* I 21919^ — 3- Rendered speechless. 

©i8Sgagg«— 69. m. (a. ©iqgeoi qgQ—9^ ^1% 

Darubhufca murari ©© ^$iq ^q^j, aai^©ci^ia«3f 

(9t%5eoi q^Q— ^9n%a) 5|^%ea ©10 aifiit aiQ 

«a§)— > I «°9^9h^90- 

1- Dumfounded; astonished* 

* i ©lOGtf £l€rt©— *- Turned to wood. 

[9— <i9i ©%Sfo G«i9^ ea« at©Q sa« 
OQtfQ GM qo ^q:— <S9ISI*I 3^Q^ 0^» 

o^^ij q.G^ieaHG«i %9o©»ql «i«asai ^©©iq*; 
eag« asatt aq© q©eaT 919^° a^^iQ; sjQ°sjj^° 
q^90d9° 9l%§GOI q^Q 1] 
©i^aq-a. 9«- (9t%+90iqca c . «q)— sivqj ©iq 

Darumaya ©§® — Made of "wood, wooden- 

©I^g9— e©. 9. (a. 9i%9<a ; 9i%3€»i 9i%9gi; 8. «^ 

Darumuahi g|€lQ)— 90j ^3 QlO 9^ ; <9 £|©|© 
ST. ^^i; a©93l; 9l%q€>, 91%^^ $}W §«i 5)^— 
©l%9aii "«cri; »«W, Qtf Q^ Aconite; Aconitum 
6©. S^S Ql'SiWiq. Hellebore; a kind o£ 


9i%£ft 


( -9** ) 


©l$h©IQ§; 


vegetable poisonjnsed in 
medicine. 


[©, — «©i §3i©£j gGQa© Qste^Gssj «©i© 
S£i 3«l§ I «©i §)<aacQ ©«*©§© $<! l] 

&09*$l (GQ«) Atibisha (See), 

Ql$. 0$ — £. 9. (Ol%+g^5 fl. Q. GQ.9$H.) — 

Darujantra e. I S<5|q©© ©l<|gj§© — !• Wooden 
doll or puppet^moved by mechanism. 
y I ©1^1 6>Sf© £J$ — 2 .JWooden: machine. 

9I$3IQ— 3. ©\— t I ( 9l%»SfclGQ 3IQ— Cfl$, ?al 
Daru s§ra TO)— ©Q© — 1- The^sandal wood. 

> I (9i%9 aiQ=qiq°a i f <|1 ©©) — ©ioq a«~- 

2. The marrow or the beet and hardest 

part of some timber-tree lying deep 

below the bark; heart-wood. 

Ql$§€>!— tf. %-< Q!%©&j /©!»©$— 

Daru*sita Cinnamon bark. a 

Q|$@3Q|— 3. Q — Q|^9« ( va( gqs ) 

Darujharidra "Daru^haladi ( See ) 

QI$£@M — GQ- ©. ( «. QI$90QI ) — 

Daru^haiadi aflp©,, ©q,g aa^CM — 

«T. ©W>1, Q1©9I% f Si^% Indian Berbery; 
QI%9Q$(, ©3% ©ts?i,Ctg, Berberk Aristata. " 
S$?& GalTO, a]©§ , Casciniunf Fenestratum. 

oio1(co)qo, ao^, asSs, [ $*~4& aw©* ©lootf 
©i<$i, a#a, aloei, ©i8fli, ^9; §fliosjQ a<* qa. 


aeoni, aloi, <9i%©9i, 

<fln^t, <*rfC3, 9^P79 

co. fl©aj<l 

©I- fl©fl&© 


aaia, awcr, csoiGqQfl, 

©10 QlGOIf £(©£© ©€3 1 
<39l Q«Q; <19l a§)^Q| 
*94 91$ 1 <J9lQ 3© £T9I 

ai^q 6 9©^a© ©9 qg i 
<J9i© a$ ©a© eicrai© 


4 ©1%9«©© SO^sSi QIO ©§i$ 6 qs© x osies; 

ffQ goti 9Q$a 9a i Qm 6 SGsrQj &tq ap asasi 

©Q I Ep GQgl GO£l G9IQ OSS I a$ ->|» Cfc Q^ | 

sr©ai© 90140 6 ^gig 1 «g© toq 33^ a $ q^ 

©fi©# ©Q\©I9IGQ I <3g SO© ©|£j ©Q^ as, ©a- 

G^fii, ©tf eqo, ©<a, ©^ ai^, a©, qoqaq q©*»i©gq 

Qa©l<3 I <9I ©9 g©|©— Berberis Aristata, Ber- 
beris Lyoium; Berberis Aaiatiea ]. 
Ql^^©— 3- 9 f^l ©©)— « I ©|0€i a^l©~ 

Diru hastaka 1. A wooden spoon or ladle. 

> I OIOQ G^* — 2. A^ooden handle. 


Daroga ^ \ <SoQ9aQ5 ©§lQai©3 ©^q,q; ©id 

ft^^ ©©§91 ©fo^ sloq^qs;®— 

^l^lnf 1 A superintendent; a supervising 

( QlQQI; QI^QI— 3©«i^a ) officer; an overseer. 

( aai— ?©q Qicqai; ©a© qi %g> k qigqcii i ) 
> I qftt q©g| ©i 9©cicgGa^Qfli©qr sjaQg; 
0^«lQlj 9fi? Q©8Gaq,Q— 
2. Police inspector 

* i q^q ai©iQ qejaig 65© ©^qg — 

3. A police officer in charge of police station. 

Qisqai 9«— WG9.©. ( a 1 ! )— Qisqsiiqr ^©q ©i ©d 1 - 

Daroga giri The post or service of a Daroga; 
fftraNTfrtfs <(l<Hlli inspectorship^ 

( ©icqeii©, ©ig^goq— o©iqt,a ) 
qigqgii gie&O— GQ. gcaia© ( SG^iaoGQ ©iGqcti^ 

Daroga saheba g$ fllGHldsQ ©^©f© )— QiGqcil 
?Kl»n*Jr?^ 9©IS£J I — Like the use of Mr. 

Inspector ( in addressing a Daroga ).. 

oiSftfit— «. $. ( gi^Q ©w ) ( <ig gi©s© a©i ^a*q 

Darjiling £*cr ©|q© fl9IG©©qr ©19%)— §q|Q^Q 
a$|©<i©IG© ?{©! &t\ <S ©Q[q© ©9© ( <j 
ociQG© ©cr qss gl<a©ig ;si@) — 

Darjeeling ( district and town ) at 
the foot of the Himalayas, containing 
the summer residence of the Governor 

of Bengal. 

qi©t — a. «. ( $o+q9iGej si ) — *. i ci$; <$Qai — 

Dari^ya 1, Firmness. 

-> I ©iO©*!^ ©6©©l — 2. Hardness. 

• I ©d;; Clt; © §aas| e — 3. Tightness, 
v I aaj©€I|£[q£}—*4. Persevering. 

qi©m©i— gq. 0. (gi©1© a©H ) ( g. ©i©S )— 9©»i 

Darrjhyata a©a©lj ay©q|^ —Perseverance; 

firmness; unflinching devotion 

qi^«— *. 9. ( 9ft+si9iea. a )— «. i ^©©i— 

Dardhya \ r Firmness, 

3 I ©6©©l — 2. Hardness. 

QI€»H©I Q§«-G9- ©• ( 3. ©I©h a©SQ Qqs» ©i©'«i©l+ 

Darr^hyata bhakti ©^ )— qflQigfi? ?© GVG©©- 

^Q Q§* OWMl «ft0© 6$a Q9i gffj 

©!©«*©! ©^ ( €93 )— Name of an Oriy* 

poem containing the stories of some 

devotees; Da rjby ata bhakti ( See ). 


<H€% 


( **»* ) 


3WQ 


Bartfceya >. Leathern; mad* of leather (Ganguly"). 

Darddura 3H$lq — Relating to frogs. 

LA kind of coneh with its spiral 
(QI^Q -«Gi€|0) diverging to the right hand side. 
.> ! Qfll; Qfll— 2. Shell lac. 
* I ©ft — 3. Water. 

Dardu(rddu)rika A potter. 

Darba "Wooden. 

*. ©— qiaJqq a$cfa giolQ asQctQCQ'a (§. 

9QS13Q ) — Name of a province of 

ancient India in Kashmere. 
W*— 3- Q* ( 91^=311 + « N atGj=aaw Q&9I + 
Darba$a t339Gtfl «, «H ( WS=»9IQaiQ + 2lj 

*. 1 9^SJ| QQ9IQ ^i^A hou6e of deliberation; 
council chamber ( guarded by sentries ). 

[g—see^* aegor fl©ca <i as> EnQSiqgq. 
«8a©j §. as?sisiQ q©eQ Wis as? eti. $^QIQ 
«q.a«a I ] 

^ l €>$i€[9 ( g$QW ) — 2. A room where 

a person retires to think out some 

matter undisturbed; retiring room. 

Diirbaiida $aQ — Peacock. 

( 9Wjl— %l ) 

Darbaghata ©aQI + fl<| a )— QI093I aal — 
( Qi^idiQ — TO«i^a ) The wood-pecker (bird). 

■Qltfl - 3. ?. aj. (Q ai^—Wlfi CWI + «4- a +*l ft>~ 
Darbi <. | QI&SWl — 1* Berberis Arietata. 

j \ gswi^ as— 

2. The Deodar or cedar ( trea ). 
* I GG|©$i ( y& ) — 3. A wild plant. 
v I 9QQ)- 9©Q1 — 4 Turmeric. 

■®\4~ sr. §a. ( Q^+wiqea. b ) — 9»>9i %s ©S3a— 

Darbha Made o£ Darbha or Knsa grass. 

Darsanika v I QSIG 31$ S^Slq— 

1. Philosophical; metaphysical. 


5 W&WBNK 9faai*39$**- 
2 Versed in philosophy. 

«. §-Ql€f©s asfa — . 

A metaphysician; philosopher, 
Darshada t., | aeiQotfSa — 1. Made of stone. , 

2. Ground on stone ( a$by the mails ). 

* I 821Q ^H^"* -3 * Relating to stone. 

* » gsa«% 9SW$»i aflQa— 4. Stony. 
Darshtanta Explained or illustrated by examples. 

Darshtantika v I <$%% Q?© — 1- Illustrative; 
explained by examples or illustrations. 
^ I <}%1^ e^Tq — 2 * Relating' to examples. 

3. Examplary; treated as an example. 
y I QaGflEj— 4 - Comparable. 

Dala fl^91|g?1IGO 03^* 3§ 3*q QQ^— 

■ 1. A kind of honey ( Apte ). 

2. Crushing. 

Dalana Tooth-ache ( Apfe >. 

Dalaba A kind of vegetable poison. 

Qi9i-a.\— wmo.W! ( a- W3l«Qj^£Q&) ; " 
DaJ[a : * ' MkKSSSia'' cr%eper ( See ) 

Dali 1. Curry of split pease. 

3 I GWQIfift ( G^S ) ( a. «OTW )— 

2. Debadail ( See ) 

* I OlOa ( GQO ) ( 9. W9IS!Q ) — 

3. Pomegranate. 

Q\€i-~ aiGQ. ( anw* ) _§. ( e. 9 90; a. oia si Q - 

DaJi <8 «&a 9- Qlft ) _ 

1. Pulse; curry made of split pease. 
-> i a$Q fl8%L«[<Jca«WI €*©% G3$ $QerJ»«l 
qq QI91GQ — 2, The split kernel inside 

the Mahwa seed 


t+9 


'*<3Wfftini : 


( *9*9 ) 


<w&m w 


* i 000941;- ocro ©a© gw arcT oooai 

OIOS$*l — 3. Half-done log of wood for 

making plough. 
'-•> I Gai%S^9$© *fiO fl«IQ9l ©«;— 

4. In impervious wioker-work manger, 

^iaa— «• ?,(o» ai^«-ooio«- 0001+0$ $a }— 

Dalima Ql§g ( sqs )— Darjlima ( See ) 

( «?io?fl — aovqp ) 

OlfiKi — GO- 9. ( «■ 0103 )-Oi§>3 ( 60« ) 

Daiimba Dardima ( See ) 

QNfc^SIGO- ( SIMS' ) 3— stf* OOGQ- G«3 9!09; 
Dalu qq\ $|f$Q— The leading male of a herd of 

monkeys. 
9I%»— CO. o\ (3. G9IQ; G9IQ0)— sqoGQ aiS QgOi 
pajaa aisiiGO qqtoo o^aoi 40 goiQ Gflit up 
..iCS^/cntiaWH '•■''■ (ai$OGo" 6»i* go«)— Spring- 
^fi rice; marsh rice; summer paddy; paddv 
grown in marshy places in summer; 

Dbana (See) 
(g&i— <i ais»$ goso gai— gsfl; 01191 D 

QI%00|(©)— GO. £\ M.— SjfitOOi 063100$ ^- €0 
Dalukina(ni) qsji^q $q ($9gQ a$9i)— 

(to fail down) With a thud. 

Ql^— 3. o\— Q§ (8- SOiooJ^-- 
DSlmi God Indra, 

«l« (ai$)-^ — % 1 oa OSiOi— 

D5s (root) 1. To kill. 

J> I QiO QQ91— 2. To give. 

013 — 3. o\ q?. (oi«t ai^=*oa o&oi, OF? OQQI+ 
Dasa «jg|Ga a) — «. I alOQj GOQ$— 
(Oiefi — a]) !• Fisher-man. 

[o— Qia 91 ©9io g%s6 sflG^ioo %lciq«e!Q 
W, <khgo wfoi oaiQ oo§ 1 (§. awioo)] 

^ I £&Oi — 2. Servant. 

* I (0€;&l$— OIO 0Q9l+Sg0lG. *J) OlOSiS 

3. A receiver of gifts. 
GO. 9 . — t I OJjgtfl 6 00,0 WSim QGaa — 

1. A. family-title amongst Su\dra& and 

Brahmap.as. 

[<0I o 154, OQa, GSl, 03$ 280S OG0:aw 1 

OJg«W1CO 013 G9I$ GQ«§ <JO flOfllW 0.9 

;€OI**CQ«f>l ] v 

' foi8,:oi4— aoi%a) -> 1 (q$o&) oiasi^ mo 

■"■■" '"XOiSa— wioqao %a) oi$%l©!«oi s>:s— 


2. The name by which a person named 

Dasarathi is addressed in fondness' 

-OI€l QIC— g»GO. (0$lfl) . O* . —.09 010; OIOQ $Q«§ 

Dasa k«thi a^OI 0«l OlOi S3$— A pair of 

castanets or wooden clappers. 

[ o,— eaio^ <io oiogq m oioq. gOIQGQ 

6 G9Q ©GO 401 9IG& 0<5* 49IQ 91091 OIO 
ayiGQ 010 G9Q OIQ 014 i GOg G0§ <$Q 

oioeo %q G9I9I oiaoio -do <q gq^GQ 010 

GOQ dlo 69NS) I] 

Ql€i9ioai— gico.taaifl) ?*. — 9I©gq oi^oi3 9©iq do 

Dasakathii QQIftOI GQCOO 010Q GQO— A class 

of people who earn their oread by 
playing music on the Dasakathi. 

[o,— Qiaoio 9&ia oi^Oidsn^iGo wlo, s«a r 
QQa*Oi,- Q%m\, a©, aflQ 9^ 3^»Q Q 1© €9isj§ i 
giaiQ^os 9^?i yjj«fliCO oiaoto qoisj i awioi 

WQQ GQOft 9aJ 0!€tOIO 99iQQ! G0«l9i<l l] 

qi<m— e. M. ( oso+sw Ga si +^1. 4 )— oao- 

Da%ani W&ty 09 S^olq — 

(O'SGI— ^1) Pertaining to the teeth. 

OI€l«Ha©— *. 9.— ( 019 G3gj>aQ oa*o aoi^% 

Dasam-niti 0G« 6 ©Q^ 01991^ GOV ©GQ 

g^qq )— q^oi $s>ao aaoiQ oqqi 

Q0m9 9! d£ — Malevolence. 

oiaqja-«. 0. (9%} 0% oi«+qa)— goq% gisa— 

Dasa pura 1. A village of fishermen or boatmen. 

2. A large variety of bulbuous- rooted 

grass. 

Oi€iQa-a. 0. S?.— ( oaQa-htiaoiiGa. a ) — sigsmq 

Dasaratha q©| oaQOQ: %jj> Q^O^ — 

ESmachandra, a son of Dasaratha. 
?<a.— OSQ& ^olq— 

Pertaining to Dasaratha^ 

Qi€!Q?i— a. 0. ^1°. 6 ?<a - (oci^a +aiao«iiGa. q) — 

Dasarathi OlQQa (G0«) — 

Dasaratha (See) 
0!€!Q3 Oiq— GO. 9*.— (Olfl) — »G^1 Q8»1^ 00 QO 
Dasarathi dasa Q|g — Name of an Oria poet. 

[5— ooiqq s^gio qge«io oi^ga i < oiqgq 
oj§« g^5; 'o^oo^oio* oi90 aiofligo oe <oior 
gig flaioi*oiftd|. QgogtgOHQ qow i] 


<M0q-9-Q 


( *$>*$ ) 


ora asftq? 


DSsftrSt/rika 'i '{ ^gp «?- 1. Extending 

over a period of ten nights. 

J i Qaq$ aia— 

2. Performable in ten nights. 

„9KII$~-*. 9 (991$+ a)—* | 9£it$ G9S- 

DleSrpna 1. The country of Dasarnna. 

? I Q3lg 6939191 Q1§ — 
. 2. An inhabitant of Dasarnna country. 

Qi€ii^— a. 9<a (9ai9=-sa$9$i 91 ww6«ra+w 91 

Dasarha Q9I6Q. a)— ^ I 931^ €9dlq— *• Apper- 
taining to the country named Dasarha # 

2. Belonging to the race of the Jadus. 
9 — #©§ — 3rikiushn». 

Qiaia©— giw (tow) 3 (a. 9eti*.csa) — 99M.c«ra «ais- 

Dssasani Name of a holy bathing ghat of 

the Baitaraaif river in Japu 

«MG«qr-a. 93 (9:s +QSftiGa. <q) — 9iaoi% q$<&— 

Daseya Born of a boatman. 

(9i€3*g1 — tf!) «• § — al9Qg.§}— Son of a boatman. 
QIG€1Q— «. 9 (91$1 + <]Q)— al9Q qg (§. SMIflQ)— 

Dasera Son of a fisher woman. 

91MIQ0— 3. 9 (SHfl)— *■ I flIMWOj 319919 G9SI— 

Daseraka L The country of Malaba or 

Mar war. 

■> I fll09G9«1q GGtf? — 

2. An inhabitant of Malwa. 

w I fl$G9a ( 6- W3iag ) - 

3. Desert country, 

QI^-«. 9tf. « (9!9 &I%=9IS> 9Q9» + 50IGa. 9) — 
Paswa 9l©€f|S — Munificent; bounteous. 

<j>ie (a|$) — 3.— QIC? 9§9t — 
D&s(root) To give. 

QiQ— a. 9. a* ( 9ia #§.=910 9Q9i-|-a39M3. ®i 
DaBa ©a aaaiq, bgiq G99ia;Q GQQag) - 

Owl— %1) ^ I G999; QOi; epQ— 1. Servant. 

J |4fl© 9IS — 2. Slave. 

on | §9— 3. A Sfldra 

v [ al9Q — 4. A fisherman. 

* I HGQ® ©ff — 5. A dependant, 

6. A family title of Sudras. 
9 I9%t — ?, A- l° w ca^ite of non-aryans, 
r>| ^9IVl^-8; The demon Brutra. 


« rtb^ 9^ (?; SIOSIGIQ)— 
9. A philosopher. 
[5— SQG9 9 g9IQ 6 0IQ939 ^QG9 «>* flOIQ- 

gig, v. wvqlq$q ($€fg saqGQ aiQS>) ; *. a§o 
(a€Q as Goa ca rawgiq s>i9i qgg), 9- q*9i% 
5>. q$9l3 ( qs>M 9i9 )/ r . 9l«fl 91 §3GQ 3191^ 
93! G9IQ2II4; S. ^° QM?»-1°- g9SM9§© 

{q$ OIIQ 9Q 9IS$<$ «9GW,QQiq), «A. ^©913 

(99QIO aiQ* SQ9IGQ ca9IQ#91Q\$ M* 9§l9l% 
V*. 999l?9 (QUilft 9919 9Q9l-CSltf orata-g^s 
OiGQ G9 Ql^ SllQIQ QGQ^j tv. £9913 (SOOl^ 

gig) 6 «.*. a^dcsoi 1 ag affqiGQ 9i§^ qe^q 

9Q © a!GQ; 9^SJ 6 G9€h Q&i 9GQ 9i3^^ 9QG9 ; . 
« 99lp 919^ ^ G9!Q ft QIGQ— §• a«W|€IQ l] 
G9. 9 — 914] (G^«^ — Basa (See;. . 
QLQ G9$Q$il— €9.©. («. Qltili 9(99lvq^«(©i 9Q9SP) 
Dasa kerenta ®«^ gp^GS^: sT$il ( G9«l ) 
Qig QQ<ai| 7 ^ ms^icinal plant; 

WG^^ll f**^ Jhi ?tl ( See ); Barbria 
#1*C^1, *ftW*t, f *& Prionities. 

^i^r^n [ 0—491 swa qo 1 <9IQ m 9Q^a 

€ff. $* C3$<W 6 Q9 ^19^ I 09IQ 531 9SG99SQ 
* gQIQ flffll— G^O^ 9I3G9GQ<3(I «. G"SGQq9, 

g9gq«h a. $s«P; «qo, Q§gs qi^sqgq^i a. 

$3W ( 99i^ QSS^fl i ) ] 

DasA chaini bajapei I^ame of a celebrated Oria 
(W 0^9 QlQCafijk-flGK^i) Lawgiver, the 

author of Suddbichandrika. 

^9W 9iq *^ ©9,^' g^il© G9»Qa© 1 

S?ei9^. giolQ Qg» 1 
Qie§— ^. 9. ( w+39. $ )— 

Dasatwa ^ | q^q apgi. Q|q ^ — 

(QI331— «9*f%a) 1. Servitute. 

* I 6QIW1— 2 - Slavery; bondage. 
1,1 I q«Q; 0491 ^^^ 3 - Service. 
Qld Q©ca-a» 9. ^1. ( ^ll ©^i QW-^0«l ) — 
Dasa nandiid 9M$ 5ll©t TOf9Sl- — 

A name of Byasa's mother. 
QigffG9IQ9— «. 9. ( aa©9 9^991^ .)— 
Dasa,manobhaba 919^ aqalooiqg' *§9% 9— 

Slave mentality.' 


-QICMO 


( »*vr ) 


<S|$rQQ 


DasarSja titoQqp; ©itSS!!©! 4&i9WT §©l 

(?»9IQQC©I§)— Name of a King of fisher- 
, ; men; father oi_Satyabati who was the 

mother of Byasa ( Mahabharata ). 

^ffl^OKr^-V. ©. ( 9<$ OO; ©ISQ 3QQI3; q§9© 6 
BSsSnudgsa egg ©I^OIGQ ©gOI 6 S%©1 
GQ«IQ©I Bicf S>© 9«K« <?i©$© 3© ) — 
Q©**Q Q^ — A servant of one's servant- 

<M?toi— a. e. "tf. ( ©isiM-giGa. Q+siL a — 
DSsika *. { $©«.|. q,©q<alj G9©i©l§aT— 
1. A maid servant. 
^ I GaiQQ- QS©I #~" 
2. A kept toman; a ocmcabine. 
^ : ^;-£-«^f^j.^.' A 89<irs ram, - - 

■w \ a1©Q; GQ6j$*dl— 4. A fisfrer woman. 

* I flQIfto- (3- OT3IG1©) <M ©|tf ff^ 6 OS— 

5. Nilabaca flower and tree. 
9 I ©l©S>*<3) (G9<3)— 6. Kakajamgha (See) 

5> I QiqGQGQ^I ( GQ« ) 

7. Dasa kereiata ( See ) 
r |- G©Qh — 6v Pulpit; a raised alter. 

DSsi * | ^ftl&f (C©«l ) — 1. DasikS ( See ) 

" ~' : > \ ©IS© $Qff <S£3^- ' : 

2. Feminine form ofDiSa. 

giGQ. (9IGWQ) ©. $1. — QIGBdi; Oiqqdl G9Q 

^lOIGG* $G£> ©Q§ — ^ woman who is 

possessed by the spirit of a Diety. 

QiSfl g^lQ— G9. <? . ( S9G>Q )— 

DasI paribari * | GQIQQ 6 QS©I $1 — 

*rtfHf*rtft; ^T^t rfFfe 1. Maid servant and 
.-,.-- -.- concubine. 

^ I ©§ a«h© ©ISll — 2. A bevy of maid- 
servants. 
<q>l?fl qa— G9. ^— (*. qi4Km) — ^ I ©l$1 «9Q g.» 3 
Dasi pua ©jql ©q ©Q?|©l qp— 1. A son. born o£a 
ft^f^Jl; fcWlHwM t maid servant. 

J I Q§©1 ^]Q atf©l© 3$!©— 2. The son of a 

concubine. 

QIG««i— tt.9. l°(9W+«afiwi5S <$— K I <^QQ- Q©i— 

Dfiseya f i. A servant. 


J t d]©Q*~2, A fisherman, 

* I ©131^ €9'Qq — 3.Son of a female slave. 

«Mtfiq(— 40 — *. W- 9?—^ 1 (Qial + ao^lGsT, 

<q+4 *$)— Qi«fl 01 Q£«1 ^lOI^ QSJQ; 

GGIQQ — 1- Born of a slave girl or 

OTTflcubine* 
y i (<w+aa©iiGa <q)— al9Q 5«q ©I©— 

2. Born of a fisherman. 

qigq<#— a. $>. «1 ( Qis+<q+*T. Q >— owqeoQii 

Daseyi 90^9^ Qviqsj fl|«i — Satyabatl, the 

mother of Byasa. 
9 6 9<I — QIG^^Q %1^cr — Feminine of DSseya, 

QIG9Q— 3. 9 (W+^$)— V I 91^—1 Slave. 

Dasera ^ I ( 9|g1 + <3Q ) QICJl^j^- ^2. Son of a 

female slave or concubine. 
m ^Jk 6^—3. Camel. 
v I atoQ — 4- Boatman; fisherman. 
QIGQQQ-S. 9 (9ig+<Ki+9)— QlGS$ (GQ«) 

Daseraka Dasera (See). 

QIS — GW3. ©—v i (eri. 03^)— qaoiiaj £191 — 
Dasta 1. Motion of the bowels; stool. 

W y 1 ( a|. Q|^^)— Q|99j camu GOT©©. 

^^ €$§©1 — Maintenance; care. 

QlfWO— G9GQ. ( EN. )— t I 9QQ« ; . $$$. ©§0|; 
Dastan a 91ft— 1; Description, 

^rai-a. 9 (9w+qoi€tf. a)»u G<^a8 3 aqal©©i— 

Dasya 1. Slavefy 5 condition of a servant; 

bondage; servitude. 
> I G^QI^ ^«Q — 2- Service. 
[ g — o©aiQ^ aaj^ Qig^ <©©q. ^91 g^ 

qiqs 9^ — a. © — Qg ©m ©1 Q©sq©G© ^ai«iM 

Dasya bhakti GWOI^ G3Q* ©^ ©GQ— 

Devotion shown to one's Deity or idol 

by rendering personal service, 

QI3H QQ — *. ©— ^f £^« S© Q©^ a©q« 91 Qg— 

Dasya bhSba 1. Devotion of a servant to his 

master. 
-> I «* (69«l) —2. Daaya (See), 


91W10 


( *5><tft! ) 


919919 


Dasyamana (3iO© x >]— 9191 QW*»©J3Q Q«l9Q — 

- That which is to be given away. 

qi§— s°. 9 .— a«£si qs§j (§. op«ick0- — 

DSsra The first lunar mansion in Hindu 

astrology. 

Ql@— fl°. Q. (Q«^ai^— Qg QQ9I+Q9. «)— t IOTOIj 
Daha QgtoQ«$ GS|$9lj W — 

1. Burning; conflagration. 

5 I TO9PQGQ 91 9SM9GQ a* gecja — 

2. Cauterization. 
'« I G99Q OliglMt G$CI— 

3. A dieease causing burning sensation 
in the body; inflammation. 

[9,— <9I 8$ SGQia% $0, <J^GQ G9„Gsra 
SCQ^Wqsi 3l<I-@. SQSISQ I <31GQ QI9S 
TOSI 6 $Q©« G9§ GQIQIQOI 9G$ Q 
v I 9Q— 4. Fever. 

* I ^96?&9 G99Q gj^aq*?— ■& Ths rise 
of temperature of the body, due to fever. 

7. Sorrow; grief. 

* 199^681991$ «99I9— 

— 8. Cremation; burning of a dead body,- 
G9. M-QSfc CQI^I — Burnt; calcined. 

919 ^* fl,aQ . QIS 4^ €<as, 2 " 

Dahaka ^ | €9 CQQ9 QQai9 £9!$ 9<1 — 
(9l§9i™ $) 1- Incendiary; guilty of setting 

houses etc on fire. 

919991 ~ 

9199^ 

fin I £1191 ©Ol6ai©l Q^I9S> 9GQ — 

3. Inflammatory; producing a burning 

sensation. 

Q— *. I 93Q* W3ISJ ©i^SttW qWi^Q €19% 

S§I9 9Q9% €9919^33— 1. Bolatives 

who carry and cremate the dead body 

of a person; corpse-carriers; corpse- 
bearers. 

9 I €^Oi ©£102 - 2, 4 medicinal plant; the 

Lead wort. 


, 7 J t 9l9Wj 3191 G9l«a§ 9g% 939GGt~ 
| 2. Burning; setting fire to. 


• \ 91Q©9I qfr — 3. The red variety of 
- : Lead wort 

919 9#— 3°. 9—- 99919 QlSi — 

Daha karma - , Cremation. 

Q|@9 «IQ— G9. 9* ( a.'-QiW+^O i— 9CTGOTQ %Q9- 
Dahaka sarpa q^q G9fill99i <19g$i€i qia (<I^lQqpQ 
9°39 9211 <£G9 «Mfij". <flfWTOTQ G3§ 38 
91 W «9GQ Q£3 ©Wt GSi§>Sl<3) — 
A kind of very poisonous snake found 
in the Sunderbans of Bengal, the touch 
of whose body burns or withers trees, 

plants and grass. 

QI9 Ql§— 3. ©. ( A- 0* G«i 9l9ia <r 9<t9$© 91*$)— 9191- 

Daha kashtha q£. ae*Q- <19gQlQ 9I<$ SI9IQ aa 

«I9 33$ — A kind of wood which 

produces sweet-smelling smoke 

on fumigation; Agalochia; aloes 

wood. 
<5I@*^- 3. $€. ( 919+9Q,a!%+©^ a )~" 
Dahaghna ^ J gi9i sqQQ g9!9 013 QGQ — 
1 That which cools inflammation. 
J I OQOja© ( CHGTQ )— 2. Febrifuge. 
QIQQQ— «■ «- (9I9+S?9; 9199^19 fJQ; fl. 9. QQ)— 
Dahajwara qqq .^QGQ G99 GQl^'^ft* ©GR— 
Fever attended witk inflammation 
or burning sensation in the body; 
: inflammatory fever f 

QI9 6091— TO. 9—( G99 ) GQ1©I Cfel «€l9J— 
D5ha deba To Save a bnrniiTg sensation. 

OI90— 9-. q. ( 99 v ai$_^9i§ aiSL+q9, a© )— 

Dahana ^ | GQI^ €991; ©OIQ9\5 g^lftQ — 
1. Burning; setting fire to a thing. 
> I q$TO— 2. Inflaming. 
919 ©OIQffl— ». 9. 6 9«— 919 m ( G9« ) 

Daha nibarana Dab a harana ( See ) 

( 919 flflWO— *KW%9 ) 
919919—9. W. (919+99^ ai%+G& « )— QI9lfi 
DfthabSha Q9^ qalflXjL ^ €QQl ^ 9 S ^ ^ ,Q " 

(persons) Carrying of the dead body for 

cremation 


**r 


9l9fl£J 


( *«>*• ) 


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<N9aq— ?. M- (919+ssj) — g9K?qg— 

Dahamaya Having inflammation. 

^f@QQ — e. 9. { 919+e ai$ ago 909149$. a; gqq 

Dahasara gi©^ 39919 QQp|% ©3£g £»«))— 

399i9 SIS>; qsiO; SQlg— 

Cremation-ground; crematory. 
919 gft— e. 9- ( 919+gOj fi<$ «© ) — Qi^q (G9«> 
Daha sthala Dahasara ( See ) 

Ql@ 9Q51— e. «-n( w$Q% 9i9+9Q«j ai9i9iq 

Daha harapa s^q 919 $9|Q© $«)— GQ3IGOQ - 

1. The root of Bena grass. 

2. Abatement of burning sensation. 

Assuaging inflammation. 
Q>I9I- G9. 9. ( 3. 999 ) — V I 999 — 
Daha 1. Burning. 

**M QIOQ QQI QQfi 9l9i 

> 1 agq$ goi9— 

2. Burning sensation of the body/ 
<WiqSfc- %• 9— 919 9I<^ ( G9<3 ) 

Dahaguru Dahakashtha ( See ) 

919 ( ai^)— «- ( 9^ai^S9§ )^^( 9©|g9|_ 

Dahi I root ) 1. To cause to burn, 

- - s I Gai^tfi; ©a" qghcm— 

2. 1o set fire to. 
* \ Q£ QQQI— 3- To reduce to ashes. 

9I9QI- «. Q«. a]. ( 9199 + 41. a)— 9I99Q tjM— 
Dahika Feminine of DShaka. 

G9. 9 — 9IQ9I ( G9« )— Daika ( See ) 
9I99I €1§— S°. 9. ( 91991+3^; 9&II )— 
Dshika sakti ^ 1 9©^ ©rf QG9IQ «Q — 

1- Inflammability. 

( gai— acgQtQ 91391 s^ as 1 ) 
— > l as* 9|q csi$9lQ qs— 

2. Attribute of burning any other thing. 
( saal — aa Q 9l$9l a^ a§ 1 ) 

9J99 — s. ?a. { 9l§ ai^+etf. © )— qijjqQj eioo— 

Dahita Reduced to ashes; burnt down. 

01991— G9. £. (9°. 9%»I^)-V| G9l§^9f 5 aca 
Dahiba 9$ 6991—L To be burnt. 

*1*1 -> I GQlQieOI 9€*9I— 
^br 2. To be inflamed. 


*-l ( S°. 91® ai^) €3196991; 9QIQ9r^ 
3. To burn. 
■* I ( 0°. €9! ai^; a§^> 9I3 1 39 G9IQ«S ) 
aiQ »9 £T3Q Qjf 91— 4. To harvest. 

* i (ra«ie) ^aqni 39 qq sto 91 §9 G99i — 

5. ( figurative ) To succeed in one's own 
object after performing austerities. 
€i?9 qcisl gwgq eq oco oi$q 

£ t ©3Q Q&IO GQQ QQ9I 6. To reap the 

fruits of one's own actions or fate 
9 I GL*i) a©9 9Q9I — 7. To earn (piety). 

- r l 9«9I; «B»^-i 8. To do; to perform. 
1 1 q^ 9Q9^- 2. To bathe. 

OI?3-^< 9fl- q.°, (9^211^3^ 9I@ ai9 + Q% tfl|A9)- 
Dalii 1 1 990013; 9f9i*3I— 

(9|§ffl — ^|) 1- Incendiary; burning. 

> I 9199^9 — 2. Producing inflammation; 

inflammatory. 

9191— e. c«. { 99 ai^gfo, 9ig ai§+9tf. ja )— 

Dahya ^ | 99© GSWCh^ GQI9I99IQ GsaiGi — 
1. Fit to be burnt. 
J I 9G41Q9; a§£Q g9fi?GQ 93 aCQ— 
2. Comtustible; inflammable. 
9 — G9. Qtil. ( «. 9 )— 

Di 1 1 ^jQ ^*i9 — 1. Numbering two. 

9Q 7 (aai— 9 90 9Q9^ 9'9|9€Q GQIQ 

^Q I ^ G99I t ) 

3j ^ I 3«4 3fil*f0 — 2- A few in number 

^t G9. 9. ( 3. 9 )— ^Q Mil— Two. 

QIG9- (VIAQQ) a. (3. 99) (9 Qqj 4 39^1 9Q^- 
^09 ©Q, «lff«t g^9 09 $GGf QGCIi Ml— GCIIQ 9j 
3fl€J9)— ^. I %— 1- To. 
J I ai^j 99$%— 2. Near. 

( sai— GSI9 9 s2=«g?ii ai«i%a 1 ) 

• I 9QGQ — 3. In the direction of. 
v I acft ^9%— 4. Towards. 
( m\— GSi 9 <T£IQ 9€i 9l<fGSI G9«? G9« 
Gfll9 .O^^oqf 9€l 91^9 ^§'^ GQ I ) 


*w 


( *9*t ) 


wrc c«i*? 


Bar* 


♦ I a|ftg€^"5. In the quarter of. ^ 

aqfl, «»qfi-<iQ ooq ( $cq ) 6 9$9QQ 
($cqsnc<M ©sf ago* qg viqiq }^ 

1 , (you) Do give. 
/ I [91 ai%Q ©oisqQ 9$«I0 ©!», «W«I 8%9, 

a^Qa <q Qoff ($eq) 6 9§9©g (q©t 

fl|6») 69 9i9§§ *©"|Q ] — 
(%6^9I 56<pi») G9Q ot— 

1. (you) Arcs in the habit of giving. 

69. a- «. I qfi) o^OQj qi* Gas qq— 

1. Be up; now; well. 

* i < ©ai ai% a$ e^ ©ef— 

2, Now to other matters; let Us drop the 

matter for the present. 

(aeik— $Q M ^&l^l^ G9Sg ^ €^Q- ©€« fl9l 

qicT qc ©G9 _ '9« ! «e ««$ffl€b ©isrqS c» 
G9GQ ©£JJ Q9l^?9f » OT 1 « aa^ ©M 8©9 ?') 

f «T— 69. 9. ( *. €99; gi. 93* >— 

Dian ^ | OI$Q; 6©9©l^-l. Deity; Divinity. 

^. 69 «ai osq" «£ 69© l ecKW»* «KK* ' 

^ I QO&ftQ; QCI9IQ— 2. God. 

* I GQQ9W $J$ — 3 Idgl; image of a Deity. 

«q€ owi- G9. £ ( *. €99+$ ai% >— 

DiftB kariba 6©fa§ ©i^$. €99©l QQ 0©l ©€*91— 

w aa Wi J To deif ^ a P ersOD J to 


Q«f ©Q qsi(*9)a9l ' . Deit j. 

-Q$ QQ— 69. 9. ( 3. 699 + ^9 ) — OIQQ QQ— 

Dian ghara A house where images of Deities 
M^^Tt% ST^Wlf? are kept & worshipped. 

• WgQQOI— 69. 9. ( 3°. GW-t-GQQ©! )— 

Dian debata , (<M&9la© 390Q WfCp Ol%©01«- 
3T$*^W3T Idols; Deities. 

m GQ?©| 39 G$l S91Q6Q I 9I$1. # QQ6© 0)01 I 

W'SSrr-N,, 9. (0©&9 9 «1£ 39QQ QQ; 9a SO S6CT 
Dian phia§ tpiopR &2U1QQ &WQ; $?. 3« ff«) — 
CWTOl cfc^l fc-l Oiq$fl|€Q — I. Idols; Deities. 
.515?: Z$X > 1 GQ9QI aQ— r 2 - Deites etc. 


QS9— 69. «. ( 9°. ^ + 819$ ) — 

Diani <jq MIQ q^ii €9l6«ii — 

S^srift ^N«sft A two anna piece; two anna bit, 

Q«Q - GQ. ©. (3°. GQQQ )— V$R 919 QQ— 
Diara Husband's younger brother. 

even [ S— 99 SSas ti«v ^^S 1 * * q "k 9 ^ 
^: qqg €^943f. ^ep'^iOi ww «USl g * g eia 
6 GQ©q5« %l% ^9 oi« G^iO aw 1 ] 
Q€B— GQ. 5><a ( q». 91 ^ ) — 

Dia U( SJ°. 9^ ) 9^; 99^ — 

OfGflft 1. Given; bestowed. 

^rT5 J 1 ( £1°. 9^19 ) oqife oqidto— 
f^ftf^srt 2. Kind-hearted. 
^Wi-^I?Tft^T • I (^. 9101) 9lff€fl»; qg9§— 
3. Liberal; bounteous. 
(331— G^ q.QH G<3«, 01 SSI QgG« Q 9GQ I ) 
' tfresrl Qs- * I €991— 1. Giving. 

%m --. (saai — gs wo 9a ©a sg$ 1) 

WW ?| G99I9IQ 9i§; 9IQI— 

^^ ign 2. Giver; a doner. 

qsi% oa, a9asi%9Q9a 1 osi 

©a*6a»— 9IW- («<IMfi SL Q «• ^ flg o ffl - «S)— 
DiaSpoka ©sf (G9«)i QQ— 

Dian (See); White ant. 

981QQI— G9. $. (e. <?l ai^.^9 9l9 ai^; 6991 «*CJQ 
Diaiba ^©3^)— TOi^iq €991 ^s^ 9Q9I — 

CT^^Tl^ Io cause (another) to givej to eause to 
f^^RT be given. 

Q20^— G9. a. ( gol% ao^o)— (asp?) ■ 91^99% 
Diak (2I5J9Q) qi^ffvGGi ^9^ — Paid through. 

(9«igo— «Q*»%a) (aai— 9280, Qfl9Q9fl = qo- 

5Jt^K 9Q 9flfi?^IQ 9^ l) 


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9i<i 1 931— €MI V q99Q 9flj o ©flt©Q <ia 'i 
Diak khod G9Q?J9I— Paid by one's-selt 


9ao x (G9)as(Ga) 

9^Q(GQ) *y 


[ 9 — 3^Q ^ISQfQQ f 9 


5?t^^^? f^n% ^? 


€flll9f I ] 


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( *5>*; ) 


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Q80GQQ— TO. $— * I aQIQ^t TO9t— 
Dia dei 1. Mutual giving, 

J I WI9gGQ9l — 

2. Giving of many thing. 

* I 9S91Q GWl — 3. Giving several times^ 

9CB0— TO. §— G9flQ (TOGl) 
Diana Dewana (See) 

5*3)©— G<5>. 9 6 9« — €991© (6*3*«) 
Diani Dewani (See) 

qw ©€0- TO. Q- ( a. §1 #fy £ « ai$J— 

Dia nia " ' e \ GQ9I 6 TOQfc *HQ 6 flQIQ — 
Cif**1 5T€^1 1. Giving and taking; exchange. 
^tf^ilT 5 I SIQ9IQ— 2 « Transaction. 

sco a«i— g^. e. (qict)— <?ioi«wi; w% qkmTooi- 

Dia pana (ironical) Liberality; bounteousness. 

©80Q— G^GQ. 9. (ffl. ^i®-SGQ«)— fffi?Q 319 <$&* 
„ Diara 6SiqT tt$G?»GQ G3Q* qfs&HOi ©9 Q$$ 
fe^KT $<! — Land newly formed by the bed of a 
river receding from the old course. 

Q®Q— GQ. 9. (a. WWj)— GWIQj $©; OTW^<CT«) 
Dial Wall; Dewll (See) 

©«^Q— TO- 9*— TO«qpCt (G9G 
Dial-giri Dewal-giri (See) 

QSfl$— TO. 9- (2. <aais>fil) — 9i§$ miw*i— 

Diali The new moon of the month of Karttika. 

$>8fl$2fl— TO. §> 6 ««— TO#lft« (TO«D 
Dialia Dewalia (See) 

*>«§— G9Q. si. (s. 9i ai^Li •wrale)— * t wste— 

Dialu 1. Munificent; liberal; bounteous. 

fi$*I, f^TGJ -> I Q!G>I— 2. Giving; bestowing a 

gift. 

• i (a. 9£|§$ oqidlo)— Qfijdka— 

3. Kind-hearted. 

©Ciii-fllTO. (9IGR»Q) 9. («- TOWlH-Wj W^- 
Diasi 9§li G^Q SIQ^9) 91 9© 010391 ^TO 6 

«J9ft^ SS\G<S> G9 6Q 90l< — 
A fore-teller; prophet. 

[ q — q«bU <3€i% gtf a$Q9lqL 8qi €sff?'Qa§ 
afcS Bat 6 30 GQQ Qa SHU J 


QNq(€Q)Q—TO. 9. («. sra 6 qom)— \ • ©a^e* 

Diasala fe)i ©« QiO ; Q99IQ Sjg 96$W Q\d~ 

Q«iSq(GQ)q7 aflH|0a !■ Match-stick. 

QSfllft J ^ 3 i ©tfGa?; ©2**910 ^ 

flW^faWWlt 91^—2- Match box, 

Diasalai kathi gsq* ©|S^ q€g^GC* 0© QGO — 
<Q«i§QQ QlS — trenqq) Match-stick 

©8fl€l«Q G9©— G9. 9. («. OT«OM+Gaf<?l)— 

Diasalai-pei^i €«IQ 9IO 91 a!%9qQiOGQ 9CK3QQ- 

QaaqQ qi<£ >aos^a 6 q§q Qi§gq qiSq^^ 

QaaqQ 99l(Q 9 l)} o§GQ ©19! ©O QGO — 

fH*4H*ll^^?l ^t^T f^nH55lf f^RTT Match box. 
0««QQ fllQQI— TO. $.—< I afijji QCt:Q9l aiQ* 
Diasalai mariba Qa9ft QIO^g^QI — 
*tc1i^ Ht^l 1- To rub a match-stick for lighting. 

©aSoftciWi c «o«i%a bkjs qqqi-2. To 

9CfftM'QQI(€Gi)QQI ) make a light by 

striking a match. 

Die (ate) Di (etc) (See) 

Q3§— GO. Q. ^1 («. ^G»qi) — G3Q* %1Q ^Q CCII? 
Dinchhi ~%fy& £?^G9!Q Q6Q. SfiQ £*£$< Qi§— 

A woman who ceases gestation after 
giving birth to two children only. 

QS&©— G9. 9 — <>§$ (TOflJ 

Diurdi - . Dihurdi(See) 

©Q©a-GQ .Q.— $>§?a (G9fl) 

Diurdia Dihurdia (See) 

Q$©Q €Kl(€9)-G9. 9. 6 9«— (3. ? +Q^q+€I©> 

Di utara-sae(he) <Qa© <%Q — 

fer**?:*ft (il^f^ One hundred and two. 

Q&$\— («QIQG1GS)— GQ. 9. 6 SKI— ^ I $QG€li? fl|^— 

Diota 1, Two only. 

^ T d ltT 2. A little; a few in number^ 

(<jp&i^ 9q$i- flOi^Q) (oif ; TOi6f — «f$>qefe) 
q6§— (?i9qGa)— TO. 9. 6 M— «6tl (TO«) 
Dioti DiotS (See) 


99 


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©w.o^ 


w— a. 9. [Qaai^==>(a99ieO 9ia QQ9i+9#. ©a,] 
Dik oe €te? ; wi. *9.)-t. I a<?!9 9« — 

1. Quarters of the earth. 
[§ — aq», a«s fl, QQ9, 9§ei <@ v 3 9Q & ®$ 
9iq, SCof© 4 3l3|9<*, <@ vf 999 91 QG91d <19 
€}9* 6 9% «Qfia l»t % 99 v 91 9Ci CQIQ3N; 
%*QQ GfilQ 9C1GQ Q9£j, §0 0191 GJ? 9d I «JJP' 
n Q§ $ QQ Ssb G9G£t sgsiQ q£ ajp^, 86 
g£aq, Qi9!« 910 Q&^ & 91a 9 10 q^q^lQC^ 
qgj €59© ^9 6^ 6 GsiiQ'so 211© aas 1 9Qi #99 
qqs) ai«t qqq w 6 ©» ai« 9esi ©a 6 o^i^q§9i 

SQ9Q 919161 91© OW 9919 G«P ©€l 6 913 91© 

si« a£a 9« S9I& 9*?© §<> 1 ©§ cjqsi 

9G9I<3 91 999% °Q$W 6 AG© 9q9l O^OQ 

^BffWwi, 9£<*> asfg—CGqf© G9|<3 6 a£a 

Q<§Q=9!J^ 91 9|SJ9h G9ltf — <9\ SGQ Q#9I aiQ" 
©C$39 QQf WflaiCQ QQSlQ 93gQ %KII §<3 I 
QQQ a V WG$ 3SQ $si9, 

9§« a$s sea ©tfjcjo as, 

99Q 39** MO Offiiq— QQQ, 9I$I, ««l, 9QO, 
©G9Sfil, GQ!, ©Q I] 

-> I Qflj 3°€l — 2, Portion; part 

* j glfli— 3. Limit. 

r I ©QeTj Qfl^ «*$ — 4. Side; direction. 

* I €93; «10 — 5 * Country; locality, 

6. The four quarters of the globe; east, 

west^ south and north points. 

9 I as*, fliifl, £j^9 6 9£«n <§ ejjQ ©q 6 ac , 

91^, €ff€j9 6 «KH9i <lg CJQ 990, <iaQ rf ©3- 

7. The eight points of the compass- 

r I Q€l 2«M - 8. The number ten. 

ft^ C9GQ- ©. l»- 99 99)-V I ©Q$— 
J^ " 1 . Vexation. 

> 1 ©a — 2. Trouble. 

M. (a>.99) —99919 (G93 1 )— Dikdar (See) 
999«— «. ©• (99^+0% q.QO 9^ai)— * 1 90903— 
Dik-chakra 1. Horizon. 

-» j €BO 9QQ SC9 — 

2. The eight points of the compaBB 

collectively. 


9QQIQ— G§G9. Qd. ( a. 99,4-a'l- 91®)— V I 9^5 — 
Dik-dar 1. Troubled; pustered. 

fwTha j 1 9%gig— 

f^<K 2. Afflicted. 

(999iq— 9) * I 9m& Q§i§— 

3. Much annoyed, 

trsiQefl^i?. earn ao^ » 
99^1© 9€J9I-GQ. ^ .— «. I 9Q§ 9Q9I— 

Dik-dar kariba 1. To vex; to pester. 

f*f4*rl<l ^11 > I 9fg 9Q9' ; Q^Hg 9Q9I— 
f^»3TOT 2. To annoy; to bother. 

99,9I€}— G9G9. 9. (£TI)— 99^— 

Dik-dar i 1. Botheration; vexation. 

fWWtft ?«.— 9Q5NQCI (G9«) 

f^i^tfir Dikdari (See) 

999l€J2fl— e§S9. 961. (^. 99)— 9Q^99j 9Q^Q99 
Dik-daria Vexatious; troublesome. 

Q9 ©^— G^G9. ©«.— ?. I 999IQ (G9«l) 

Dik-dik 1. DikdSr (See) 

^ I Q© Q© (G9©) — 2. Diki diki (See) 
0990 9QQI — G9- if.- 9991® 9Q9I (CT«) 
Dik -dik kariba Dikdar kariba (See) 
09€fe— tt, ©«. 6 ©.—909*0 (C9«) 

Dik-pata Dig-basana. 

999©— a. 9.— (99^+QQ; 9^1 99)— t I 0^ 9Q 
Dik-pati ^o qqq qq^ 699€WI— 1. The ten 
(99;SM — 99«iQC) Deities presiding over or guard- 
ing the 10 points of the earth. 
[2— 9£l 99QQ aai— ^ 1 .Qg— B^P90Q, 3 \ 
SW— QS^IQ, * I $G9Q— Q^99, " » I 9^1— 
aCflQ, * l'fl%Q 91 OPJ— 91^WI«, 9 I £J«f9 
91 §9— 3*aiSl 691^19, 5> I 39 — aq 691^19* 
r I eS€J9— €?^9.e9l«, « I 5$1— 6fl^ 9QQ t 
e» i a9^ — asai qcjq i] 

> I (»*fi>GQ) i^l 4 »9Qft a§ r 9CIQ r-o« 

99S© — 2. The 8 Deities presiding over 

the 8 points of the. compass. 

* I (S9I$69) qfo fl#, ^^ a > ^?> A©. 6^151, 

9»,'99I©— Q^I9Wi <§ r"P^ Q9 x aia 

g9 — 3. Eight planets said to preside 

over the 8 points of the compass. 

oqaifi— a. © ( 99+atO; Qaa9 ®9 )— 

Dik-paia K \ 9939 ( €9$ )— 

1 . Dik-pati ( See ) 


«•« 


*ejte 


( **Xv ) 


W91Q flew 


■M ( R&iia* ) aqiaiQa ga©tsi9l 9^ — 

2. ( figurative ) A very influential 

person. 
( S32il- — Ce m®Q<§ »G<3 TOQfQ I ) 

5>9§9- TO.- a— 99$.a; SftJ%Ga— 

Dik-sik Fully; completely; totally. 

(wfte — «oSqq) (saeii— «n©9 63 «fli9 9I9Q9Q 
iS W WS^€>WJ 9Q& I ) 

€?€<?. M— 99 X QI® (. G9« ) 

DikdSr ( See ). 

3>9SQ— 3. 9— ErMGOtfJQWn qogq «€ss OGG§ 

Dik sula «?«^ ai^i 9Q9IGQ aqs 9IQ— 

( astrology ) Particular week-days 

deemed inauspicious for making 

journeys to-particular points of the 

compass 

QQCKJl, ci© 6 cswiq 8<pq[ «9 $a 6 q$j9iQ 

Qgaq 9131 ©€<9 91 §9©« ! GG«I©<3 CW19ICQ <I 

aw§» ^^ ww> oqo w^aipi 9Wi 9*^69 

«MMai6IO— tt.Q ( £<$1 9€L ; 99 N +3ia© )— G9Q. 9&1 

Dik-sadhaua giq Q9 09 $agi9Q?Q «9 9G<fc— 

The expedient by which a person 

derives a knowledge of the points of 

the compass. 

(Ml- qjSi Q9^ G99I 99^ $9 961 6aG969 

skwiq 3999 off 99, 86219 9^9 9a, 9191009 

9$« 9« 69KKI9 €$<§Q 93 3G$ I) 
<K^Q— 9. 9 — 9$Qil (G9S) 

Dik-sundari Dikkanya (See), 

99— G9. Q- ( *. TO )— * I qg«Q Q9 QQ 8*9— 

Dika 1. The quarters of the globe. 

fa* [? — -swotigq**; aai-sff, a^q, q^, 

^tt 9e«, «9,9i*j,aaifli f eSqo, e^ r 6*rag| 

« €1931059 ©19193 913 aid ^I'S'tO' oca G9« i ] 

? i M« <*9 9« 6 G|9 G9IG— 

2. TJie eight points of the compass. 

* I q$9Q v ■ Wi Off , Qffl, QQQ 6 9i5S 99— 

3, The four cardinal point9 a of.the compass. 
v I Sfl^i 9Q£T — 4. Direction. 

* I qlfll— 5. Boundary. 
$ | as— 6. Sjde; party. 

9 I 9Kj QQ®rQ—7. Quarter; locality. 


99©l— TO. 9— t I $Q 9QI OQ9— 

Dikarda 1. Two cowries or .shell-money. 

^Pfl ( 331—9991 9iq§> Q9QI ©V^ <19 <I9 

i^rr 991% ^q ^q 91^, ctq 99 G9i$«, 93999 

G9I$K— 0IO9W, €9[§9-Sa*il I ) 

2. Two in number (e. g. cocoanuts). 
6Q. 9*3— «?«9IQ ( G93 ) 

Dikarjiara ( See ). 
^)Q@IQ— TO. M — * I ^QQOI 9Q^Q ?QHQgg,— 
Dikardara l. Worth two cowries only.. 

2. Of very little value. 
m I ^©5 €9^ — 3. Insignificant. 
v i 8©l9©l — 4. Worthless, 
(aai-r G9 AGO Q99IQ qSoi 9GffQ* GQQ I) 
Q90IQ 9QGQ9I— TO. 4?— t I a© ^ W9Q§^ 
Dikardara karideba ©QeWr— 1. To causeto be- 
^5t^ ^C? CW«51 come valueless. 

^rafe^Wiq; *<§Wl (3&!— §Q^I QltfijCII^ flltCQ 
QQQIQ 9QJQ* G^QIi GQl^lQ CQI<3IQ 

Q9QI oqqi V a^ M %a q«9iq ©9G^3) 

$99! WIQ GQG>I I ^ I 8© CjQ Q| Q^QQQI; 
SL© 9891—2. To slight; to neglect. 

(aai— Qiao? 9ai% ea q^G9Gft $9919 9qq<] 

©IQ ag9«1 O G9IQ 2BQ 9I9IQ TO^ ?] 

v I ©©© 9Q9lj »9fli»0 9Q9lj @ § 9QQI— 
3. To lay one's honour in dust; to disgrace 

a person # 
(Q£l— 3I9»9 9Cj_9%, ©99 asfl|9 aiQ9| 9en ^|^ G q 

9I*GQ 9g ^a, 9I9IG9G9 €QG9 G9IG© Q9919 
9QTOG93*) 

v | 391991 9QTO9I — 

4. To reduce to worthlesfness. 

(qei— w*% wot, ^ ^Qf A9€ii9 gffffla^ 

9I9« 3 OlW 999G9 €3 Q^Q, 9I£ ^ «9G€l<a€9 
Q99I9 9Q. QB§ 1 ) 

Q9©IQ «^€l — TO. 9 — <> I 3Q ^9 psQ — 
Dikardara manisha 1. A very insignificant 

999IQ OGTji 1 Q person; » man of straw. 

999IQ €Q9 J * 

^ I «9 3Q9 GQ9 — 2, A very poor man. 
* I a© «19$ra^j 9^— 3. A man of very 
low position or status 


V?#'gJ 


»9** ) 


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^Q§}J2D-~GQ. Wl^l .i «© fflO— 1 . Very mean; base, 
Dikar<Li5 low; despicable. 

TQQ^H ; ^<*KWT 5 I $$; GWi - Insignificant. 
* t #Q fllSlffi «9!Q— 3 Of very little price. 

■^QJ&B— GO. 9— $Q«£ QIO flQSIQ SlffGS §9il0 
Dikatbia ssia €S]^ SflglQ sqaiQ aw — 

A place for keeping articles made on the. 
wall by means of driving two pegs into it. 
•3>Q— Ql. GQGQ. © — W (€93)— Dik (See). 

Diki 
Q$fllS — GO- $ — £ I $€IG}— 1 Importunity. 

Dikimakhi j \ ^©q|«- 9IQ51JQ Q§9l 9iq 9Q§ 

(05>fll€>— SJQi^a) Q^W— 2. Higgling and 

haggling. 

s«€»-g. © (3. Q«sfi)- ?9ao (go*)— 

Dikisula Dik-sula (See). 

%rwpr 

§)$§©-C0. 2l — 0«j39(GO«l) — Diksik (See) 
Dikisiki 

3>©3$20— 31GO. (SflWP) M— i I 0Q§9Q— 
Dikisikia 1. Irritating; bothersome; annoying. 
9 I ©QQS1! — 2. Importunate 

.©$»— co. s. ( a. 99.® ) - * i 8©w ^ fliow— 

Dikula .1. One's father's line and mother's line. 

flwi S I GQfel§ Ot^JQ 1*9 99aG}3tf 6 QOilQ 
^Hlf g5 $»€iaQCtel — 2. One's son's descendants and 

daughter's descendants. 

( saas— oiQ 8$ €091% o^ftGQ g«>@ g>i$ i ) 
" . * \ ( %1 eisgq ) 8to9 6 44S9 «i— 

3. (in the case of a woman) One's father's 
line and father-in-law's line. 

-to- «r. 9- q?* ( oo=sm?9« aQ+Q^i.w^ea 9999 

Dikka qq©€Q )-«•«© 9<a 9CJS ©Q3I99; 9JC 

§&& — A calf of an elephant. 

-«wkmi - «• o~9fi»iiqsa w^s 095^9 — 

Dikkanya <The ten directions personified. 

(9CI$1— «©i%g)- [ §— 099 99$lGQ G9«ff»& 
GSG$|^Q&91 33CJG9 OIQT «»%!•* ©Oil 
Q^ G9G9 J GSfllGG GQi« <3 GQIS4 Q^^QOGQ I 
§j§i rf QQalC) $<3J 9Q SGMW GO|f4 -60*14" 

• qgxi got© 90% §§i «y 9^,% cigo 6 e^a 9* 
, >0i«K5_a6aiG9aG9 Q§G9— • g. Wsisis i ] 


$©q— tf. q. «. ( 09,—oa, gw+9 *SL+ g $- ffl i 

Dikkara qq %q>q\ g\Q 8§9^g> qgq 21319. $OT 

0§9 l«. gaa aiOGQ^GQ 9HiqOGlG9) — 
of Q9I I - * * 1 J&99— 1 A young man. 

5 I §9—2. The God Siba. 

QftQ— «•. S>. ( ?qj Q©} 00,+ OQri)— OCj© < G9« ) 

Dikkari Diggaja ( See ) 

Q60lfl-Sr\9. ( 0Q + G9I*; «1w ) - OCMI099 

Dikkona c$ISl —The intermediate points of the 

compass. 

[2— ao 1 , 9i^ 9 saio, cftfcxfe c^ca 09, WW i] 

Q^O— GO, 9* ( 9°. <WO )— sSo ( GQ^ ) 

Dikhita Dtkshita ( See ) 

( oS©— affiqq ) 

Dikhuntia Double-poled ( tent )• 

O^— GQ. 0. ( Q°. OQ )— oo ( GQ<a ) 

Dig V Dik ( See ) 

9QJI0 -3°. $. ( O^+flO; .^1 S© )— . 

Dig-jfiana ^ | q^qQ ^q^IQ ©^ ^9^19 ^1^ — 
l.The knowledge of the points of the 

compass. 

y i a% flip 919; wigi @1^— 

2. Slight or superficial knowledge. 

QGJQ^O— 3°. ©- (Q9,+ 9aS) )— t I 9$9§9I$ a€»9l— 

Di^-darsana 1. Experience; thorough knowledge. 

-* I QCIOM^Q ©^Q — 2. The ascertainment 

of the points of the compass. 

3. Mariner's compass. 

v i QQQI — 4. Insinuation; indication, 

* I QOI9Qdfl%a qp© W^| — 

5. Any thing indicated as aD illustration. 

£ 1 O^QI — 6\ Specimen, 

W— 3t9l9ig O^fliO ©§© $«— Showing the 

directions or points of the compass. 

0«QSQ flQ— 9°.9-GS9 a<4 9l9lsa«i€Q Q€lfllftQ SI«IW 

Dig-darsana jantra %\q qq «?Qjai<l— Mariner's 

( OGJWi© a^-BQH^Q ) compass. 

eqoiQ (qot»)— G^c». o«s— 09?i© (go«) 

DigidSr (etc) Dik-d5r (Seef 

£€WW9— «. ^- (^1 ooj 09.+9I9)— ^Sag, QG9 35 

Dig-dftha W3lff tf»Q QQ 9fQ G9<ai99l GQ^l 


$ceo$ 


( •$>*? ) 


ooQiidt 


<3$G>I— An extraordinary natural pheno- 
menon in which the horizon looks like 
blazing fire after sunset. 
[ 9— <J9l G9QGQ *»4q$, fl©©, ^§9 6 Q\<$- 
9^Q SJ9QI ©GQ— q9© 3§9I I ] 

©q©Q9— s 9. ( 9<^-r-99+a$)— «. I 9eifli9QQ 

Dig-diganta tagg, 6§|<a 3 9QOl^ QQQlfli a#t$ 

(9C9CKJQ— «CW^Q) 9§1Q — 1. The wide expanse 

extending over the whole space' 

> | 9G9 9© v ; ^§99 6 qQG9l<s — 

2. The eight points of the compass. 
$. 9d— q$ §QGQ — On all sides 

oa s SQ0OI— <j. 9— 9<^a© (GQ<a) 

Dig-debata Dik-pati (See) 

9€KNQI^ch— G9. 9\ (919) — ©Gfa€9fo 9l899-r 

Dig-nagacharjya A Buddhistic philosopher. 

2«fl^GQ 918 Q^QGQ <I9 gai© 0,|q g^ <gg|<3 
«q©q' g^o ©QgG« i ] 

©QQ€|Q— S. 9tf. g?. (99^+939, SII9IQ. 9$9l§) — 
Dig-basana qq^q. qqct. qq^I; Q^-" 
(9C>9$— W«i%a) Naked; nude. 

9. q?— S9IG99- Siba. 
$>G v Q99l— *. 93. «1. (99 % + 9»+%1 n; 9$91§)~- 
Dig-basana qqi. (^crai-Naked (female). ^ 
(9C9«— HQi^a) 9. $— piftl-Goddess Kali. 
©QQK$— S. 9. ( 90^+90; Wl *9 )— 09^913. 

Dig-ban GOfelQIQ (g. 898190)— Watchman. 

$>q<3>IQ€r— 3. 9 . (99/f9IQ*)— t | 9SKH9C piqqi 9, 
Dig-barana $£91 91 o$qQ9|-l . Distdngwisbing 

the quarters of the globe. 
y I 90Q (C9«)— Diggaja (See) 

3. Mariner's compass. 

©QSMQS «$i(§i) — G9. 9^— «. I ©I9I©Q fllgQ— 

Dig-barana khunta(nti) 1. The mast of a ship. 

9Q91W«I «0 2. A high post getting 

f?*RW *(p up over which people ascertain 

the directions of the earth. 

* 1 Qm 3& cot 91 fligsi qqgq eoegicp 

^Q <?§ 91 SO -«£ QidfcKi— 3... A ..high' 
post or the mast*bf a ship on the top of 


which 4 or 8 pieces of sticks are fixed 
crosswise, pointing the directions. 
QOQIQfl 0Q— ST- 9 . (99 +QIQ« + a^) — 
Dig-barana jantra Qciqqq g$ <G9<3) 

Dig-darsana jantra (See) 
QGiQiei8— 3. <?tf 6 9". q? . (99 S +9|S = 9&, ai9ie$) 
Dig-basah QG93© (090)— Dig-basana (See). 

sqeoq— a. 9. { «^+ooq 3 93I ©£ )— 

Dig-bijaya ^ H \ } q§ pi qq gtq 9$ Q£)q a*Q|Q 

91 ©£g 96*91 — Conquest of the world 

( wherever one goes ) through one's 

prowess or learning. 

[3— giOlQ 9IOGQ qeiGIC© 99 9©9 SIQQf 

©QC6Q GQig^II 9Q9I aiQ* G9QG9ai^Qq_ G§ft^9 

31^1 9Q Gfl§ G^§ 69€IQ q»lflt-S>qr 3GCr q$ QQ 

fi^ QQ.9Q 99 ^S^^ G£TQ SDq^G^ I ] 

oqeoqj— «. *«. qr. ( 90^95^4-^1© q»,- vai. ^9) — 

Dig^bijayi € sg q^Q OT gj* 93^ g(< Ggg Q€) ^ 

9^ 9G9 — World-conquering; invincible; 

of irresistible power; one who conquers 

wherever he goes; conquering the 

universe. 
Qfe€>QG~3. 9—90 99 ( G9<a ) 

Dig-bidig Digbidik ( See- ) 

9a v «Q^ao€|9*i— a.9«. 9.°— v 1 eacf $ae%qTO V9sr 

Dig-bidig jnanastinya & v 99^ q\q q JM q,^_ 
(90^990 «9q9il — %l> 1. Ignorant of the know- 
(90990 §9QG*9| — 9) lodge of the various 

points of the compass^ 
. J IQ« S1Q ao^i (9h^)j q%Qa^|9TO s .. 

9^9 , «l©^9 l i.9^99ff«i — 
2. Unable to distinguish right from 
wrong; void of discriminating power, 
• I G©?tfi§ 9I&Q Q9^0£raiffO gq£$ 9^q- 
§9i— 3. Bash; devoid of common 

sense. 
v \ 9°9^9s 9«9 — 

4. Unable to settle what to do; dumfounded* 

9QJMP— ^°- 9. ( 99 x +9Q« ■)— 9© ( G9« ) 
Digbibhaga ^Dik ( See ) 

(9qQO— «9M^a) 

MO*NGlr--^. 9«(99+9«*l8% K%. ^9) — 9191 9CI5)i€H? 
Dig-byapi 9^^ ai^ — Extending over the points 

of the compass*. 


$CiQ9 


( *9*5> ) 


qq9Iq^ q^ 


eqqa -o°. ^4^+93; 2<l1 oo )~^ 

Dig-bhrama §a ©$q qqqi g^G«* Qi£)— 

Mistake respecting the identity of the 
points of the compass 

Qq$a«— *°. 9. ( Q^+gsi«j $sil ©©„)— 

Dig-bhramana qo^q© $6*91; ^Sl SIS© QSqS 
QQ §6191 — Wandering in all directions. 

Dig-sikhS The East. 

9QSQ — 3 d . 9— 9QS« ( CT« ) 

Dig-sCQa Diksula ( See ) 

QSI— G9. 9. (*V9© )— 

Diga <* I W„ — 1. The points of the compass* 

-> I <9 991 9$$Q 9WS — ■ 

2, One tenth of a cowrie or shell-money. 
w 1 9S — 3. Side. 

W6I— «. ©. (0<|1 ««5 W + sPfl) ( GOTQS ) — 
Digamsa sqq $^Q Q "9° QQQ<QG$Q (§.S©3|GQ)- 
(astronomy) Jg^ part of fhe Kehitija 

circle. 

-[g— «nsgq» 6'GflSK>Qf aQ»i§?9i aicT 

flTO $$% *?° ao,a6 ^ ^ Q 9 ^ Q > es3 Q 9^ Ql 
m^q 9st°a ©iSfof^ ai< 0191 QQGQ aasgj© ^ 
9^9^ 8^ 9%g9i <19 tyty Mi ^w 1 €jg $^9 
aq» Q^aw sqq 9m 91 g&^9 g^g© a°aG9 

G9IQSKH 9- «TO ] 

Digajaya Conquest oi the whole world. 

J I $GQG^ (€Q«l)— 2. Dig-bijaya (See) 

QSIQ—GQ. Q.— 9_Q«g— 

I*jg a ?^ a ^ wo pieces. 

^^t 9^1— ^QeiflGQ 9Qg— 

<^Ach^| " Cut into two. 

£>Glg> QQQI — G9. £— (C©7«8 9§^) 9Q«^GQ 9iS9l- 
Digaijia kariba To cut ( a thing ) into two. 

QC1 Q§»— GQ. w: ( *• W x Wft )— ©3 o$<3a Old 
Diga dahana Q<1 — Inflaming; who can burn 

all around. 


9— e 1 ©§3ciG9 ^cq$ sp — , t 

1* Burning of all sides. 
-> I Q<5«WT G999»9 Q2JG9 Q9^9I as>M- 
9G£l i a — 2, The name of the flag flying on 
the chariot of Indrajita, 

©a»qgl QSi ©SQ$9 9lfl ffCSl QCQ ©3CQ €9 — 

* I QQQI9 (G9«l)— 3. Dig-daha ( See ) 
OTOl@ — 8Q. Q. ( 2. Q3 + W )— ^cpi9 ( GQ9 ) 

Digadaha Dig-daha ( See > 

asiq" 9^1 q©^^ e*i? e«is 
©39i^ e9i«9 a?i^ qas— 4ia°§* fl^iQQQ. v» l 
OTOIQ— G9G9. €J«— ^Q v 9i§ ( 69^ ) 

jJigadar Dik-dar ( See > 

©9QQ^p— GQ. ^— QCIM^ ( G9« J 

Digadiganta Dig-diganta ( See ) 

Q6I9— 3. 9. < TO N +a^ ^ll 90')— 

Oiganta t I 9CIGi «fi> 9i qlsil — 1. The end or 
extremity of the quarters of the earth. 
-> I aa$ 9«*9aiO*-. 
2, Infinite apace or interval* 

* I ^99 — 3. The corner points of the 

compass, 

Diganta bistarita ^ | qi^i qqq g, Q q m |9^_ 
( Wn* 959 — BOsqq ) 1. Fxtending over 

unlimited space. 
AI3I9I 9^Q^ 9|© G^IQag— 2. That 
which extends to a very great distance* 
QGI<3> §g»IQ[— 3. Q31— 9«1^9gl€l^ ( G9« ) 

Diganta bistari Diganta bistarita ( See > 

Diganta byapi Diganta bistarita ( See ) 

©Q^Q— 3. Q. ( SJO^i QQ^W^Q )— «. I V&H Q€l — 
Digant^ra * 1. Another direction. 

3 I 96iqiQ£? SfciSQ 991 2I9QIC1 — 
:i. The space between the cardinal 

points of the compass^ 

* I §§Q- — 3. The corner points of the 

compass. 
QQ$6Q€JI -69. 9— 9^»^— 

Diganta rekha Horizon. 

QQQiQSl Q§J— G9. 9 — G3Q* SJ© ^^QQ€Q QO QQ ^ 
Digabarana bhardi qq^_ O^Q9|Q ^< — 

A high scaffolding from which obser* 
vation is made of the enemy's move- 

ments. 


£v 


<Q9IQ 9Q§« 


( •***" > 


9sai9*i 


9Wiq« s© 6«iisis£«i*i 1 9991a. «*«©acr 1 
■0€t©IQ flqjSft— gi€9. ( 9IGS*<19 ) 9 — «|£>9 Sl9SrOi% 
Digabgra mausila ^j $»Qiq g^qI q^ 3,©© 

9IQGQ 9g Q§9l aicf 9©<iQ,G9IQq9l 8a9i— 

A peon deputed to sit at the house of a 

debter till he pays up the dues. 

a©a 0109 «Q5Q 9CWQ flfi^Q COQ *Sl aqQ 

-99 9QG1 — G9. V— 9« 99 ( GQS ) 

Diga bidiga Digbidik ( See ) 

9«^q : «°. 9«. g?. ( w G9iQag a^QaaQ^ aKMQ ; 

Digambara 933)3 )— MKM; 99% PC— 

( 93fl,<31— q]' ) Naked; nude. 

9. 4° — * ( CftQCUQ* 3$t9K|39s<3— 
X One of the sects of the Jainas. 
[.§— <qiCO QQCp G999« EJ9I ©€^ I ] 
' I 39; 99IG99— 2. Sioa. 

* I C^3cM— 3. A sect of Buddhists. 

* I «99|Q — 4. Darkness. 
69. 9 — CQWQlfl— 

A name given to males. 
9Q^Q©|— SN 9. ( 9€M,Q + q€9. ©I )— ft€j 3931— 
DigambaratS Nudity; naiednesfl. 

9ciqq— <$. 94. 5,1 (9a$w+&3. $)— 99%— 

Digambari Naked ( female ). 

9 —t I 9,fii| — 1- Godde'ss Kali. 

2. A sect of Jainas. 
9GI9(Q) 9^G9QI— SI. 5. (Q8Q919 ^Sl )-$$«$ 
Digari(ra) karideba" 9QG99I; $QC»9 9QG99I— 

To cut into two. 

9Q«©- 69. 9. ( 9°. 99QQ ) — Q9«a ( G93 ) 

Digasula Dik-suja ( See ) 

4kh©— C9. <?. (o9qa r 9 ;— 99^9 9199 919c* 

DigSi O19 919— Name for calling a person 
( 99l-a9l9qd9 ) named Digambara. 

( 9CWQ/9NQ-«Qi%fl ) 
99I$Q— 91. §. ( giote Q9^ ) ( 3°. 9«$Q )— 
Digantam 9f 99J G9«t ) —Digbidik ( See ) 


«oqo— fl- 9<a. (siola Q9h) ( e. 9fl«w )— 

DigSmbara QO^Q ( G9« ) 

(QOflft-i-aOiGa) Digambara ( See ) 

Qi\ S£* OCliqQ, Q9q<a* WCQ9Q I 

§<a©. Ggtrnq© 1 
OQiqq— G9. 9- 9?— <* I €}§; G^89— 

Digambari 1. A sage; an ascetic. 

q« €91 33 9GW. 9fe CTOSLdQQ I 

Qoe- ©tffl fli9)9ji I 

-> I QaHQ QSq— 2. A sect of Jainas. 

9G9— 91. 9. ( tf. <3£® )— <0ii© ( G9S ) " 

-L»igifca Dlkshita ( See ) 

QGll€lQ— S. 9. ( QO + fi^Q; ^p"«0 % )— 
Digiswara ^ j qqiq ^ qqoiq— 

(QQla— aQH^a) L The Deities presiding over the 

10 quarters of the earth. 

> 1^19 »—" 

2. The sun and the other planets. 

eqpKtil)— 9u 9 6 93. ( £q*a )— ^q qji— 

Digoiia(nS) Two fold; double; twice. 

IHgune Multiplied by two. 

SL« J ^- a9©a 919 1 ) 

9G0l©a^€9. 9«— ^3993% ^tCCH? ^91 (»§)- 
Digoj^iS Two-legged (animal); biped. 

95Ql©aW «J^19 »|^ — 9l9|fl] ; OQ 1 . 
-> I GO(%Q ^l<fl 9©Q9I$^^ WW-9 , i^%a»9KjL 
G99IQ 4Q g9jq q^ f GfiKjT q^ QMIGQ 
01991% G99! gqj^CQ 9I«3Q 31^ ^S 
G9IQg9, 9l§g? 9Q 9G9 3191 919 G99 
98*% OT9i ^^ ?fil «« G^G9 919 sai9| 

«a 99 399 G$q% mn«i aca gw 6 

a|Q99iq 9i^ «fiy G99 — 
2. A contract by which the profit is 
divided half and half between the 
owner of a calf and the person who 
brings it up to a grown up cow or 
bullock; a contract of half-and-half 

profit. 
9G€!I^«B 0^—69. 9— * I a^^Q qqp. «9G9«— 
Digorjiia pasu 1 % A person like a brnte 5 an 

indiscriminate person. 

> I ftp €Q9 — 2. A simpleton; an idiot; 

halt-witted person. 


4£€»9C9 QflllQQl 


( *>$HW ) 


•*jBi? 


-e«ll«fl) 9«j»)Q©H"6^.3— ^OTI^rf 3$TO flQQ 

DigorjliS bandha(ndhe)iba «?i$$^ siGs ^**^L 

aiOQIQ GW! — To make over a calf to 

another person to bring it up under 

the contract of 'DigorjliaV 

-Q6€!lf€0 €»I»9I— GQ. ^— ^SQI^SI S$6Q GQ?tf§ 

Digordia bandbiba 9"»§oiq Qffq «Sf a|fi»©|— 

To bring up a calf on contract o£ sharing 

half the profit with the owner after 
it becomes full grown. 

■©Gift— 9. ©. ( <K> + «»s 9$ OO ) — 

Diggaja §Qq.qGfll9 G3Q* 2*0 GC1I? 9g1 qflQQ «0 
Qflq. €JSI $%*lfi§- Tne ei S nfc elephants 
said to watch the eight points of the 

compass. 

[ g— eyro -sea scpaicx? ow, aai— ^$9© 
(ejre); 49W (0? oS«Q)i 9i« W8*Q); qfl9 

WTOfa (Q^QQ); S9TO (Q§Q ££>«*) ] 
§<a— t I WMcj — 1. Huge-bodied. 

. 2. Very powerful. 
.fiffflW CQ- («M6Ha) M— TOWdf— ironical) Un- 
jfffffB - letterd (person); ignorant; silly. 
( oai— QfjS> 0§O I ) " 
Q3Q §3 — fl9lj aoi^— Very. 
(901— QO»«fK?! ) 
^QQ fl§0— TO. $— * i SM?1 9$!^ 9*i§— 

Diggaja pandita 1. A very learned person. 
3 I ( WSH§ ) Wl *a— 
2. ( ironical ) A dunce, 
^19—3. 9. ( W N +9I9; pgl TO )— 
Digdaha $o$»£|GQ ^jirfg aGQ 6 q« GQ ©211" 
Q'SO QO Qg Q% GQaiflQlQ 2IQS $ $€h- 
The preternatural redness of the hori- 
zon after sunset and during the night 
as if it was on fire. 

GQ3GQ «SldrO <aet TOlGi aWIQ$CQ GQ6tiag I ] 

Digdha t | £@ — 1. Smeared; anriointed. 
©q eo €» gi«q 9Q q$ i qawia. 0Q»1 1 
^ I 85*9—2, Mixed. 

( 331— ««•- 9I« I ) *. 
9"— ?. t fiS—l. Fire* - 


* I.QSfi® 9W — 2. Envenomed' arrow. 

* I (+ QCtf. O) CS9j G§« — *• Oil. 

"* I 90$ — 4. A narrative; a composition. 

* I (+Q$K ©) GQ9Q— S.- Smearing 

Digbalaya q$ ; GSfeff Q»aift% 409?% ^8*^ 

easfoiGQ W *«ra sggt 8§«iq qq 

Q© G3g£ 9$Q $1 GQ«I flff«h|5L TOSW— 

The horizon; the circle where the earth 

and the heavens seem to the eye to meet. 

QGPQQ N — 3. 9. (W==8^ y 9$fl, g^Q, <<)§<a©Cl + 

Digbidik 9W N — "aq .91JJ, 4j€IIC> g3q© TOW; W)"" 

« I ^C( 6 QG^l^fll^ — 1- The four cardinal 

points and the four intermediate points 

of the globe. 
9 I q$ QCI, ^€1 TOW, g§3G! 6 9»5 «.« Qfil- 
2. The ten quarters of the globe. ' 

* I Q%Q«, q^Q ^OQer — 3 4 AH the sides 

" of the earth; all parts of i;he earth. 

39©fii §GH— 4. A point of Sie compass 
and its opposite point. 

^gq — 5. Distinction between right and 

wrong. 

(aai— ^«q ©ai, ©(9tQ w^wi v «k? Qig 1) 

Digbidig jTianaSunya W^W % 99S^i$a$9 
(Qd ^«^ 1ft Wl— S) Dig-bidig-jiT5riasanyaj 
(9cT^ awp^l— '9) (See) 

©q— G9- ©■ (2* <a€tei)— 99 eaifliq— 

Dighi Big tank. 

Q€P»iQ-a. 9. (w v +fti<aj $>i1 00)— «aie (gw) 

Dinnaga Diggaja (See) 

^fllOGT— «Wiq3) 
«{OW— «■ Q. <©Q % +0W1)-"^ I CMil (g- SOTWQ)— 
Din-nSri 1. Prostitute. 

f I QO^i %l — 2. Dissolute. or adulterous 

woman. 

Din-nirnijaya ^ | QQfliftcjQ g^QQa— 1. Ascertain- 
ment of the points of the compass. 


*PVP<|9 


( •S^ ) 


9 QQgtf 


-> I GSfaS 9*3£{9 SjOQI— 
2. Mere indication of any matter. 
9^3Q£> — 3,9. (3^+OgQ; 9$ 9©)— 93fllQ9rQ 
, Din-mandala OSIQIQ CMtibl, 3191© a3% G9SI- 
ai«j ^9p9J QaO£j— Horizon. 

<S{flW— «. 9. (9^+313)— «. I 09 €93 9|$— 
Din-matra 1. One quarter only. 

J I «9l°a; a°3SI!$)— % One part only. 
_ * I CQ?«9 9^9 apoi flip - 3. Mere 

indication or hint of any matter. 
3. ©tfl— - t3fi%9lp — A little of; a bit of. 

Dip-maltha §q g^C^ gi<$— Bewildered or mista- 

(§9Q99|— 9) ken as to the identity of the points 

(§9 991— «£D of the oomP 888 - 

9 ©Q9-C9. 9— £I€I1G«1CGQ QGOIt 9|6gQ ^Q a^ 1 

Di chauka Q|© — A throw of the dice resulting 
(§G0to— Wh%3) in 4 points turning up on three 

BCBte — dice-sticks. 

q^<sa< a$GQ ©I9i 9 oqQ 919 ^ ] 
9 $®9— €9. ^3— $Q£IQ Qcr wtQtt^i- 
Di chauta. . Double-folded; folded twice. 

(9©gj9l, G9IQQ©, G9I9Q9I— a©9%Q) 

Di chari A few. 

Sf&ft [ 9— a«fc tfflU© «3G9 9 <9, 9 9§>, 9 «i9> 

iftsm: Q9ii9j 9iQ$s> 54 1 aai :— sf © 99 9GQ 

2A§9, ©IQT SCCT 9 ^9 M GQ9 3G9 I ] 

9^6)— G9. 9 — €9^ c^Q saiooi^o $Q*i^©i% 
Di chali 69IQ6J W— Two-sloped thatch. 

(Q^Qa— 2IOi%a) GQ. 93— G9g£ QQQ C^Q <£Q- 

^t^T, g3§§T With the thatch sloping to 

both udes. 

QQ — 91. <?. ( 3°. 9© )— S'ijfl— 

Dija A Brahmana. 

9Q QQ— GQ. 9 • ( 9°. §©9$ )— Q$f»% 9I§<3 — 
Dija bara A good orthodox Brahmana. 

' ftem foaled** ♦ 

c>^i — g^», 9.6 9* (wrcqae)— ftr. §)— v f^Q«i ; 

Dita <$SGQIM— 1- Tw O; the two. 


^1 ^aai— w w 9^§> 99© s>9 <20isq aS- 

5W * 9& QGSQGQ I) 

9p*i, 9Q$i, /j a«*raro.-r 

SjQCQltf 2, A few; a small 

GQlfct '«3H^a number. 

GQl6^ 

« i a^a^Q— 

3. A little; a small quantity. 

Diti Dita (See) 

(9Qt» <59€ 9| t, 9Q3, G^t^f, 96?, 9Q?— a^i%a) 

O^Q— «. Q.(«. ^+GS 1 ^— ^© «5 9R «€ — 
Di tiki Two Yery small pieces; two bits. 

3^*1 - ^(saa* — G9 e» a^q. G^teo 9t© gq 

(P^Q^— afliQQ) 1. Consisting of two small pieces; 
(Ml— GS 9f« C^f^© GfliGQ 2KJi^ ?) 

-^ 1 ^«§%?ai 9QQ— 

2. Cut into two small bits. 
(32JI— G^ f ©9 W CQ SQ I) 

Dinda " A kind of dance. 

Qfti— giro. (^.i^LQj «oio) 9. a— qs»a— 

Dinda Youthful lady. 

94. 3?. 6 %1— 9*lj 3S9Q— Unloose; firm;, 

fixed 

$§— GQ. 9. (Sl*«l£|) (^. 9€p— ffllQGQ ffQf Q9 fllo 

Dindi S99| gcr1©Si gQIQ GQQ — A kind of song 

sung during the play of a drama. 

Qfiffl— fit. 9- (3. 9§S)— tOW; Qiaq— 
Dindima Driim. 

Dindira G9IQ — Drum . 

Dindira The bone of the cuttle-fish 

Q$QI -' 3. 9 (^lai^+QglGa 9ff=9«l ^+^i9lGa r . » 

Ditsa +$. a)— 9^1 (G9fl)— Ditsa (See) 
Q©— 3. 9«. tf. (91 ai9t=GQW Q^9!+©^. 0) — 

Dita ^ 1 §9 — 1. Torn; cut asunder. 

(9QI— %1 ^ I £Cfi$|— 2.Pierced. 

©«Q£ri— €9. §3.— v i ^Qaa ^vflg — 


Di tarapha 


1. Relating to both sides. 


( "0*>t ) 


*m 


<*f&Wl 9Y (§6$%l) 9Q a*^ Q3l<a QCf S3|Q 

(<QQGKfi— §0$©) 2. (case} Decided after 

contest. 

( , (ow^Qmcri s»gl i) 

c©— a. 9. «fi. (€qi «%+^p. q)—k i sqw 9s«j 

Diti 4KJQ — I. Tearing; cutting. 

? I 9QIQ3I — 2. Piercing. 
*» I (QKfl— Q9 gsnaQq? qqii 6 Mia q©q?Q 

One of the wives of Kasyapa, who 
gave birth to demons. 

Ditija qgg — Demon. 

(«®0I— 4) 
©©%©— 3, 9. i°. (W+TO, ^1 to)— 699^ a%Qj 
Ditisuta qgq —Demon. 

(9©4©l— *1) 

( 9& QOq, §9 WO— SIQi^Q) 
«^l— «. Q. & C 91 $H%+3»Gs, ro»9q aug+qe. 
Ditsa %+«&-/ SKfl9l; w 9Q913 Qfil — 

A desire to give. 

Ditssu Q|0 Q$9I$_ PS 1 9 — Desirous of making 

a gift. 

@$t— «. 9«w—(9i ai% 39$ 9$ at^ + stf. <a)— qio 

Ditsya wfri CS11Q-I (§. SMITO)— 

Fit to be given awaj. 

9tJHJft £ -GQ, 9.«' (&• ?&IQ>- 9QQ|«G€* aiQ Q9I 

Pi dftflma (««)— DoubJe-edged (weapon). 

Did* qioqro' *fi«Jft4Qig 6§>eiiflitf<j SI2JGQ goee)- 
9QQ$3l; Qlfil— Elder sister. 

5>Ql ai^-giG9. ( 9ic<MQ, eflQSiSLQj Qcrai^ aff^©- 
Didi ma <?craiQ qq aGQQtfiQiq] 6§>3ssr 919910) 

©VsD§ Maternal grand-mother. 

GjSfllffl-a. Qta. c Oj^ai^+Qeico s»=*99s aj^ 

Didiukshamapa 4-Q<§. SiQQ)— 0&0&J 93 91- 

($9SS*l«ai^$1) QQjSl — Desirous of seeing. 

^fll— *. <M$« % aiSL+Q©iea w=9<js at%t-Q9. a 

Didiuksha +a;— toSqr q$i 3 969|fc»l$— 

A desire to see. 


Didrukshu gj.) — 9QQQ© — Desirous of seeing. 

9?i$— **. «*. [^ ^1%=*^ qjG9l+*K$. ao . fa®] - 
Didyut qag^jfai — Bright; dazzling? blazing. 

^iflflw— a. ©<a, &°. (99 v yi^=eai§)9i+Qi>iea to— 

Didhaksharnana 9a$ ai£+Q$. 3IQQ) — G£t 

(9a£KI!dl— g) €ai9W9J%Q$l 9$flfi — 

Desirous of setting on fire. 
©Mfli— ff. 9. (99 ai^+Qei€s r «-f^. a + »)-r- 
Didhaksha Q9OTSI — A desire to set on fire 

dr biirn. 

Didhakshu 996W 9 — Desirous of Betting on 

fire. 

©^e. Qtf. (ai ai^«-at«« Qa9l*+^(9. Q)— c3Sr— 

Didhi Patience. 

> I iJ|Q« — 2. Holding. 

etySj- ?. p. q?.— fo^ais— w 9WI+9*. Q)— 

Didhishu t \ ^qqjq §9t$Q f%3— 
tQ^—^1) I. A t vice-married male. 

-> 1 9 «S ©^19 CSfflQl §»9IQ 9W0i oisjj"— 
2. A husband of a remarried widow. 

* I 9Q 8lfl — 3, a suitor (Apto). 

" tf 1 %\9\} 9Q — 4. Husband (apte.) 

* 1 ocfiafcofq 91^ (g. aQ^iaQ) — 

5. A man through wfiom a woman 

cenceives # 

§].— <. I 93<3 (Q9«) — 1. Didhishu (See) 

^ I 9Qa^l QQh! — 2. A girl who has 

already been betrothed. 

3. A virgin widow remarried (Apte). 
*H%— a. ^. ^1-^ 1 ^Q9IQ §9I@©I 31 — 

Didhishu 1. A woman twice married. 

> I ^Si^ CTIQ99I §a9li Oiq|*«1- 

2. A remarried widow. 

£QQ ^P QQ^ll 9919 QCQ I (g. QOgSQQ) 

S. A girl who has been given in 

marriage before her elder sister. 

v 1 QQtgOl «Hff QQ«lQ B99I80I 99 QQ€fll — 

4. An unmarried elder sfeter of a 

married ^-1 (Apte)_ 

[5— <n§ 99lg«M QiQ QS^l^ »€9Q^1^ %9| 

ai<s 1 ] 


<!vv 


ty% a © 


( +99> ) 


9G9SJ9 


tSgGfepT-Q. §. q» — i i oiq'j £$£} C91Q$9{ 5*919 
Didhishu pati SISfl— 1- The husband of a re- 

married widow- 

> I GS§ GQ9 $QQ §891 %l% §919 © ©Q 

awg^ oqoi# ©©©( aicfoigGGr 

910 gtfSJ PQSKI— 2. A man who has 

sexual intercourse with the widow of 
his brother, (not as a sacred duty but 
for carnal gratification. (Apte) 
©ale— e. Q— 9%|« ( CQ<S ) 

Didhjshu Didhishu ( See ) 

•99— *. 9- ( G9I ai^=*GS99 9&9t + 9<fi. Q©; SH9I 
• Dina * 2I$9I©% £89© 9G© )— 

(09— 99^9) <* I 993—1. Day. 

> I e^Sl S>©9 »S9§GQ 0GQ ^&Qr ^Q «C9 

-,W - $*&©*$ sae© 009-460$ 9G9iqs ; 39*9© 

^ • ■ '" GQil<i 993— 2. A week day; a day and 

night; the time from one Bunrise to 
anothr sunrise-, a solar day. 

3. A period of 24 hours. 
__ ( qai— <©© oiq ewOrflWH ) 

v | q£$IGQ©© GQOIj *|G&l9Spi% <J*I$ 

a$*$ qsiqsr*- P a y few tiie time be - 

tween sunrise and sunset- - 

( gen— TOTO ?l§9 80$, O . 

[-2— qW«a«i asc© «^ ^^ ^ Q aiGfl 
$*$?*& I W^ I s * 91 G9Ga q^SIQ Ga$* aa© a&Q 
S»^2i|<] G9 aa©C9 9©^ 6 GSQ aa© a&qr 

9ags> 9qgq aw €9 ayQGQ Q© $< i <8 aefcQ 
aQQ^I ys&wq a&§ 3© $« 1 a* 6 qgsi© 

*IG0§© B9Sf 9 39*316© 99 6 ^©Q tf©fll« ©9 

G9§ $o i gs$ 9© «& 9«© gq«i qqgq eiia§)-Gs 
9© 9© v$ cwii 6 q© u <a<ai §«, aai9 99 $q© 
^IQ §4; 9^ f&ST© QQ^p ©10GQ 9© 9$ 6 

q© Gas $« 6 9la<ai^© ©iqg© q© ©g 6 9© 

GSS $<J I a$l$QG© <© £G&t9^0l% a©96}1 9G&I* 
9^ g&$ ->y wn qqq^ 9© G9IQ9M I 8QJBKWQ 
99© Q3QI 4© a€aH!QSjO|^ QQ9^1 SG$i|9£| 

a&$ 9qs3t<i i e^ ai«ioi$iiQ9 Q$\4 t§Q\ flflq% 

* I G9ft| 9t©i qflq— 5. Time. 
a& 0Q09 eeiq.9fi.flQ 


$ I ©Q"^ Qfl^j «iQ^— 6. Date; fixed" date. 

( aai- qsocQ 91QQ gwiq ^?g> gcmi^iqs-i ) 

7. Auspicious time or date. 

(aeii— sQtf aiQ* qi«% Gcti?<! m» ^ t ) 

r 1 ©9 — & A lunar day. 

€Q. ©—1 I «B9Q©I©— 

1. Span of life; lifetime^ 

^1 ©^ r |QO 3flq© olfli- 98IQ— 
2- Time-limit; limitation. 
* I 9^3— 3. Age. 
( oa.— fQ9i csqt^Q^i ®H1 «tiq— ofl ) 
- v I ^i a,cl — 4* ^ eason pf * ne year* weather. 

; " ( aeii— al©Q©5 sqw- 9<at^ esi©fi9©-i ) 

* J r©©9wQBfi«5qa9 ©iq qw — 5 "_^- name 

for calling Dinabandhu in fondnesg. 

Dinaka One day only. 

4ftft& q$ — Q©©a ( gq« ) 

QTErfa Dinikia(Seo) 

0©©tl(G^)QG>l— GQ. ^— QMtQ '©Q9I; -«iaq" giTO 
Dina kat»(te)iba 9Q91 — To while away time; to 

W9l?9l a ^ spend time. 

QOQOi(GQ)QQI> «fiwq3 V " -■ 

©OOS©I— ©*-?—*. t ^W 9t ©» «©*1^ G99I — 
Dina katiba 1, The passing of days 

QO§©9U 9©3Q9I \ _-.„„ ^ I MIQOQ03 S©«ta 

?^©lQ9i |WMgq ^ g^^^ 

fWt<Kk< 1*831 2. The passing away or expiry of 
f^^^dHI the time-limit. 

OS Sell— €9. M (3. 991^)— GQG1 ©31%.* 3191^ ^Wi 
Dina kapa G9«iai<l 91§*, q©G9 G9<3l|JaN— 

firW4MI Blind by day- 

%ft^ ^ — 99l«»0i Gq€l — Blindness by day; a 
(a«iQ93l — ^aqa) disease. 

Mt "^ 

QQQ Q\Q — G9. a. — <19 993 91© — 

Dinaka jaka The whole day long; throughout 
9Q09KI """ the whole day; extending oyer 

wfl| ° ( ^io aa the Peri ° d 0l a daj " 

9©S3|© ft ° 

9OTIQ * 


9999 


{ <*>$£)*) 


99 9&»* 


4)990—3. © (99 +.9 al§+Q<§. «/ QOQQ Q9g%<3) — 
Diiiakara £ 1 §9l99j 9$3v— 1 . The sun 

j I a© os ( g. ei9aia9 ) — 

2. Arka plant ( See ). 
€9. 9 < 919 )— 963 6OT9«1 — 

A name of an astrologer. 
[ g— <91QQ 9913 $91; <! 9lSai9i99ig1 I < Q$ 
©$lflSl9 &|9I <19 9$ flIQrf Q£9 £J6d.9| I ] 
69. 21 — 49^69; §€9 — On a. certain day. 
69, 93— 999SJ ( 693 )— 

Dinikia ( See ). 

a99qqo— a. 9. q? ( ?9994 siq©; ?<|1 ooj spq? 

Dinakaratmaja q^ ) — ^ i eig> 99 — 

(9999*19 — SQi^p) 1. The planet Saturn. 

j I g^ — 2. The Regent of death. 

W9Q<a©l— ST- 9. *1 ( ?999 + €fig&| 3 9$ TO - <j&Gj 
Dinakaratmaja QQ**| ) — £KJ9| 901 — 

(999999^1, 999Q391 — SJQi^a) The river 

Jam una". 

-9991(3 — €9. § —^ I *««H^ 

Dinakala 1 . Bad times. 

■ffa > I -^Wg'Wq— 2 - Proper time; fit 

f3*l moment. 

VI 96€l^ 3^fcli — ^. Best opportunity, 
v I W9W3 — 4. -Lifetime. 
* I SI&39IQ — 5- Last days of a person. 
■&Q ffQQI O^B; *£ *W Wi S9Q SQ91 aid" S9IQQ roi mQ\o asc'i 

-999*0—69, ^— W» (€9«) 

Dinakia Dinikia (See). 

99^_99^-"€9. * — ^ t 90®; <99Q% «9«i 99— 
Dinakudina 1. Gradually; from day to day; as 
f^rf^R; pRt^rffa . days pass away, 

fqprcfir*, %ft* 3 1 s©«;9> 99^ 9999 — 
99 99 99 * 2. Daily; day by day. 

9999 ? «9*i^l *ft%w«^«la, caw qa«i w— 

^^?^_ ■* ©SKiia. QQ90 1 

99^0—3. 9- ( 99 + $ 81%+ Q§. 9^ $339 )— 
Dinakrut 99199; ?[Jft — The sun. 

9969— -69. 8— I I <999 3^69— 

Dinake 1. In the course of one day. 

stf^ fa 5 * 9^Q€^ CT *W9 S|9 Q&l 
^U ! TOI& ats^ groiQie oa.$ eg p» — 91^9* ssiQQQ 1 
(96969— «9n%Q) J I (a. e3©9) g© 99— 

t 2. Daily. 


99flq—ff.-9. ( 99+SSJ; 9$\ 99^ )— 93®% 09 

Dinaksbaya -^gfQftlQ 99369 m 691$ 9?( a?»9l 

GS3I9! 'S«lt« 9^9 sasj— The loss of, a 

lunar day which takes place when 3 lunar 

days occur during the same solar day. 

^9 6998— 9- 0. ( 99+63^^1 99 )— 99019; 919 

Dina kshepana 9SIQ9I; 919630$ * 

The passing away of one's time, 

99 a©l(€9)Q9l— 69. $ — «- I 9^199 995% «99fl« 

Dina garda(ide)iba QQ9| — 1. To adjourn a matter. 

f^#Kl ? I 919 693d 9991 — 
fi[5j 5T9I5lt 2. To pass away time. 

99M99I J*** SS9QS9I- 

3. To put oS some work to some other date. 

v I 99 $1991 ( 69$ )— 4. Dina taliba (See) 

99 6I99I — ^69. 9- «• 1 ©5% 9IQ3 ^9^1^ 6991 — 

Dina gardiba 1. The state ^of a matter being 

faWEtf; f^S«l1 adjourned; the passing away of 

r ftEH^Wts^^Wif^^'?^ the : fixed or proper 

(99 <3{$$R\- S <?9 t99i> 99 fl|99l— a9i%a) time. 

? I 9999 3619 699li SiaQQ 3^91 — 

2. The sun's passing the meridian; the 

coming of the after upon. 

99 6lSr9l — G9. « — 1 \ €9l^i9 Qt*l »Q 6969 99 
Dina ganiba 9§Q 691ft ^§^9^969 9^191 9€l 
fifWfl eieasai 9Q9I — 2. To count the days 

^T fn^PIT as to WDBn ' an eagerly expected 

K 99 adl(Cd)Q9l— 3©9%a ) evenfc wil1 aa PP en - 

-» I %Q 91*19 9«6^J 69IW ^.9 99 afi^. 

Qd9l 9991 — 2. To find out an auspicious 

day for a certain act or ceremony by 

astrological calculations. 

99 Q!©— 69. ©. ( < 69969 699 9gl9 69919 399^1 
Dina gar^i gfl^Q ge^!9 )— 69$* 69«59I9 fll^ 
fe^^tlfe 6^1^969 99696» 096* 91 6€(|99^ 99 

%srt m^ 6969 fl6Q —Day train; a train which 
(3QGII9— «9i%Q) arrives at or starts from a 
local station in the day time. 

99 9&II— 3. 9. ( 99+9&I, 9%\ 99 ) - flOTi A9.99 
Dinacharjya S9I$ QO 9969 6 ^969 69Q* 6Q^ 


99$q 


( *90* ) 


QQ 9W9 1 


tfto^l 


6>q3o 9I&9I9 ©6$ — Daily conduct or 
routined duties of a person. 

(«@d&ij aett— g&MMa, s«ai9o, oft cv-mq, 
g$»9, $9, saw? Q|9, «S|9 W 9# I ) 
99qQ— s. 9 (§«49Q ai§+9$ c Q»^ *ai <9)— 

Binacbari g£|. (g. cmm; — 

1. The sun. 

99c©mi$8— tt. « (^o+TO^ioSi^toc) — cQF§5«q^ 

Dina jyotifc. Sun's rays; sunshine. 

99 $16)91— €9. 5 — < I ©3% «flqqa9$i$ 93Q9I — 
Dipa tSlibS — 1. To let the proper time 

9QS»|(GQ)Q9I ) pass away. 

99fl*l99l 
^0CI9H(€9)09I 

fwtnj * I 9399C9»q L «Q$I$ 9^991— 

fypiJjUW 2, To cause the noon to pass away. 
m I fl999t a§Q 39m 9(Q* 9Q9I — 

3. To adjourn (cases ete) to some future 

dfite. 

99 999Q—G9. 9*1 — «. I «9 <19 $9CQ 0*391; GSkR 

Dina dinakara C9fa9 93qG9 91 C9fa9 G9&8TO 

(99 999— Wrqp) Q?Q9I— 1- Of certain days; 

<i^ *il<*f*r<.** which has happened on certain 

f^S! R(*W days. 

* I 99§9Q-**2. Daily ; of every day. 

9999 Q©Q0— €9. a ( *. 3© 6 qp )—K I Wfi«b 

Dinadina ratirati 9 §9 © qq ; 99OTIS 6 ^Otaf*; 

?Q3itf q99i§ 1 99«9 6 ^9319 — 

QQ§9 Q9!q© j-acw^a 1- Thonghout day and 
§9§9 qsiq© J * night. 

f^snfo 2. Incessantly. 

99 99®6Q-G9. a ( «. 99+9993)— 1| 9919* 
Dina dipahare 35ISJGQ— 1. At noon. 

f^5l3$rt; K[TO3%; 2. Publicly; in public; 

fWJpF'; ftqfr l W i» broad daylight. 

99 <§8@9— 3.9.<9$i| W; 99+9?3«>; »Ml9C»-CTSL 

Dina duhkhita A fflal 99SCQ $8#9 ai<) — Q$9I9 

8q( — The ruddy gander; Anas Casarca; 

(supposed to be sorry ajl day long for 

i'ear al impending separation from his 

■ mate at night.) 

99 $«— e . 9 . (3«> + qn®} 9$$I§) - stfi — 


Dina dyuti; 


The sue. 


99 *4Q9/— €9^ 5— §9 0^91 / (€9«) 
Din» dhariba Dina ganiba 2 (See) 

[9©aq (gq)Q9I— a©§%a] 

99 913— a. 9, (99 + 913; £$| 99) — %s$H — 
Dina natba The sun. 

(999|£j9 — afiH^a) 

99 6991— €9. £— e I »9iQ"|^Q miQ®|*l 9W 
Dina neba 9QQ9I — 1. To cause another person 
3 9 991 \ to Jive in comfort; to 

99 99l(C9)Q9ff cause another to ge* on in 

9^^K€9)Q9I| ^° 9 life or spend one's days. 

9C3 9|£st Gfll 99 99, (19 991 09^ I 

QQQCCUQJ alO I . 

J \QtBkSfflQ 9Q9I — 2. To pass time. 

©9 0©— 3. 9. (99 + 8©3 ^1 «0"^< • ^~ 

Dina pati 1, The sun. 

2.Calatropis G-igantea (plant.) 
qOCHQI W$4— «. 9— €99^*9 flCQICQ <WS9I9 «qj- 
Dinapaki ajirnna eqfl ^Dyspepsia; 

(J3flH-<gGQ 3CQ G^©9 9€Q «H9<»99h r 
999C9 9H€ ^6Q«^ye^ aC9f GQ9 9€9 91^ I) 
99 819— 3. 9. ( 99+ai9-=Sl99l99; 9$ 9© )— 
Dina p*t« * | 9SWI09 — 1- The passing o£ time. 
> I «199WI OTPI^ — 2. Eking one's liveli- 
hood; going on in the world; living 

from day to day. 
©9 Q$ —3. 9. (§9+ 9$ 9%1 99)— t I aft — 
Dinabandhu 1. The sun. 

^ I 3Q« gft (g. €19^199)— 
2. Calotropis Gigantea (plant.) 

99 9® 99- €9. a^r^ I 9®, 39^9-^1. Every day, 

Dina bar din ^ | §9^99 — 2. Prom day to day. 

fifsrffcf • t 9G9 fl$ §G9-3. Day after day; 

f^Kf^ every alternate day. 

99 9I®9— 3. 9. ( 99 + 91^9, ?flP'99 )'— f^i — 

Dina band ha ba The suta. 


TO$9IQ9I 


( •«*♦■ ) 


*)<£&& 


$9 TOl(GO)QQI*- GQ. £— TO QSiQQI ( GQ« ) 

Dina bitS(te)iba Dina kataiba ( See ) 

TO QTOI~ GQ. 9'— TO 9f9! ( GQ« ) 

Dina bitiba Dina ka$iba ( See ) 

TO $$Qi — GQ- 9— «>d§ ^qeqQj $& ag G99l> 
Dina burdiba" QQIQ aj^gio — The setting of the 
<3*ri ^ite^n f^r *f 5*7, }^r p*r sun. 

TO6G»fi(fi>l) — GQ. 9. ( S. TO + CTOI )-g€£«qoi^. 
Bina bejaQa) a&lg Qfifi^ 9IG — Day time. 

TO$Q— GQ. •?• 9<3 — SIQTO; TOOfllfl — 

Dinabhara Throughout the day. 

TO fl$|£)Q|— GQ. §— TO SITOI ( GQ« ) 
Dina mataliba Dina taliba ( See ) 

QO«§t — "ST. 9." ( TO + flgfc ?<?j to; toss* flfl 91 q^o 
Dina mani Q$TOQ ) — ?. I 391 — !• The sun. 

TO«W|«I$ TOfllQ ) _ > I 3Q«OQ (fj. SQSiaQ)— 
egqfc TOQS j ^ 2. Calotropis Gigantea. 

GQ. 9. V— 9§.«'€QOT ©M — 

A name given to males. 

TO flSJQ—GQ. 9. ( «. TO-f-OI. 5)9^1 )— 

Dina majuri * | G$T<3§ Ql& ©%HQI ftfil«^GS©© 
fc* *[^ft; ftf5w| GQ^GQ QS« flQI 3QTOQ tQ— 
l4^*M^i> ,f fr<ti i ft 1. Daily wages given to labourers. 
> I TO fl$QCI ( GQ3 ) 
2, Dina majuria ( See ) 
TO fl^Sfl— GQ. 9~ G9g£ 9i$ 3QTO CjQ qG3 — 
Dina majiria A day-labourer; a journeyman. 

( TO £$«l-H9Qfgq ) , 

TOafa-a. 9— w ( §. ao^Q )— 

Dinamala Month. 

^ftfllQ— <J. 9. ( TO-r-fllQ — aQSIKI; 9<|1 TOj — 

Dinamana ( CQSIQS ) GQf«n§ 99S1Q SG&iQ^OI^ 
SQMlg Qja\$ Qq^Q aQSItf — ( astronomy ) 
The length of a daj; the time between 
the sunrise and the sunset of a day. 

[ Q— Mi Q€9GQ4tl QQGQ ?[9IG9G» 99 ^^ 
Q«l6gQ U CKM $«, 9§ Q&? .QQ^q* ^ 
QMiqQ SIQ^lGQ TOSQ sq $<f $< 6 TO $3€I8 

<aai$Ga 9Gfl 6 9GQ i gGQ^Q^oiqi gasig ash^Qio 

G%$Q QfJ GS3GQ QOI $4 01% TO9I© GQIQSW I ] 


fis^fe- GQ- « — TOTOj TOQflia— " ^ l 

f^R Throughout the day. 

TO qsi— «. 9. ( -TO+q«, ^llTO") — 
Dinamukha ^ | g|98W; gq©; g^JJI — 

1. Early morning; day break; dawn. 
J 1 %%\ ( QIGOQ, ) — 2. The eun, 

3. The mythologial mountain in the east 
from behind which the sun rises. 

. TO afi*— GQ- ©—TO 9©Q *. ( GQd ) 

Dioa mala * Dina majuri 1 ( See ) 

( TO flgOl- QQ QIQQI — Slft«*%a ) 

QQ QI9Q — e. Q. ( OQ+JaiS 1 ?; ^ql OO^ ) — QiQai® f 

Dinajapana qiq QtlQGH; QIQ GSa^l— 

The passing away of one's time; the 

spending of one's days. 

to <aiqo — g\ §, ^ ©g+iaito; q>9 ) — woa; TOW f 

Dina Jamini qQ»Q| — Day and night. 

TO @QI — GQ. S — ^ I fiBTOQWa QQQi — 

Dina jiba 1. The passing away o£ one's life-time^ 

f^rh®^ y i ggq asio GQ9I — 

fi^T SflsfF 2. The passing away of time. 

' « I Q«> 9f)QI ( GQSI ) 
3. Dina burdiba ( See ) 

TO 6QTQ3— a. Q. ( TO+GsalTOj 9$\ G»© )- 9ai% 
Dina jaabana ^gQQ-N'oon; mid-day. 

Q QQ -SI- Q- 6 Q«l— Q 9Q ( GQ« ) 
Di nari Di sari ( See ) 

( QQQ— siQiqg ) 

Q OQa— gi. §^J— QSlQai ( GQ3 ) 

Di naria Di saria ( See ) 

( Q QQ.n — WQH$)g ) 

TO Q©— GQ. Q. ( GQQ© 9TOQ ) ( e. QO+q^ ) — 
Dina rati Q93 6 WS1 — Day and night. 

fir*Mte a— TO Q ft q© q© ( GQA ) 

^H ^t?I ^^ ca ^ na r ^ fc i r *ti ( See ) 

Q9Q9 Q@QI— GQ. ■?— ©g Qi^Qia O QQ gigQft 
Dina rati basiba 6 SI^QQ Sfifi^GQ Q^IQQI — 
f*R ^fe ^Cn*TW To spend the whole day and 
f^sr Tfa ite^H I night without doiDg any thing. 

( Q Q <%Q Q§ QgQ| — aPi^a ) 

Q ft«)?fl -GQ. ^>tfl— ^Q G»» ^91 (QQs? — 

Din&lia Double-barrelled (article). 

^Tl 9 — §Q QQ ^91 9« Q — 

^T5raV, ^rMf Double-barrelled gun^ 

(Q Qftfc GQIGQI^l Qd1$ GQI9S) OS).a— BGWq3) 


<v? 


60vM9l 


( "99* ) 


9019SIO 


qq q$oi— go. 9—90 8oi ( go« ) 

Dina sariba Dina jiba ( See ) 

■QQ dl©OI— GO^— « I 0.0 OilQOI— t 
Dina sSriba J. To pass away time. 

fat ^tfet?f ;-i eie aiao oqoiq ao<»q 39*1 

2. To cause another to pass his or 

her days, 

fl" qV91 09O) Cfll 99 C9 9i©9CQ — goto 1 
-00 OQOI— GO. 5* — «- I 9I» 91*9% 9|9|Q8|© ■ 9W|r- 
Dina haribS 1. To pass time. 

fa <p|i?H w $Q 3««« c »iQ veio. i 

^SJSKTW ««*-&. goto J 

/ t «w saiaa oqoi— 

2. To pass one's life. . 

* I 90 S!©9I -> ( G93 ) 

3. Dina sariba 2 ( See ) 

-99 G@9I— €0.. 9— < I QOiO GWIj CGOTQa G90I — 
Dina heba 1. The dawning of the day. 

f^^e^ri > i cotaS-eo^eo ©oss^Igwi— 

f^«I Tropin 2. Drawing near of any appointed 

day. 
. ( Ml— 9$g|Q-.«M GOOtQ ;99tG9<3$'-l. i 

-9oi — g$. 9. (Miiqioo aoi so £GV9ca) — 

Dina ^ I 90— 1. Day ( prefixed to words 

denoting number ). 
( 801— OQI^Q; OOI^Q; 90IC9GQ QQ49=< 
<3\fr 90 5 <£Q 90; G9GO QO QOmIQ I ) 

(qoiQj qcgQ; 99— awqso) * i 01099 q\qq 
(9«i— «ot%o) o^o aoioqa© 9io ow— 

1. A name for callicg Dinabandhu in 

familiarity. 
^OI°€i— a. $. ( 90 + a ^ ?%] «o )— 

Dinamsa 999Q giaiQ 9$ QQO <g — 

One of the three divisions of the day, viz 

morning, noon and afternoon. 

[ filial — oopapq aai— Gjpr| t saiitt 6 aaqo; 

giS89|9, 4UIQ 6 SI£J°9iO | ] 
901 606O— GO. a. ( 3. 90 6 9© )— 
Dina kete v I G0GO9 90 aicT— ■ 
(OOiQiGO — 30i%a) 1 . For some days. 

fa ^C5^ w« «jqt eiaw cskq 

J I asfc 90 GIQ*— 2. For a few days. 


&a tra e»i cece,.&a.CQd 3$si.wtti|q_epft ■ 

* ! GOG© 90 OiIQ1 Clfl% 9§0IQ— 
3. Days and days; for a long time. 

( mi— osi cnQ&i(^.9ot "coc© <?«aie^ qi^cq 

J3ICf €51 <3Q flSiQ I ) 

■w I G^CQ© OlO 9IQ*— 4. For some time. 
CQ. 9". — GOGQQ Q^^Somedays. 
QOI0P1— g. 9. { ^1) OO; 90 ; +2BQfl )— 
Dinagama gg®. 9^ e^jQ— Dawn. 
(OTI9 — aON^J) 
90l»— GQ. ?<SL ( e. WOO )— 
Dinaji G9©Q~D«ly- 

W. a— 9Q90- Daily. 

( «ai — goiq m 9019 g$g© qgq i > 
001© aii — go. o 1 — G<foo a°©^i— 

Din5ji pa5 ji Daily almanac. 

00i€l — 3. 0\ ( ^1 O©^ 90 + »g ) — 

Dinaoda a©OlQ ; a^!^ ( §. SWQICIQ )— 

(90IQ0— aOi^ay Darknesfl.- 

90IQ— 2. 0*. ( ^^ + g|9; 9%\ 00 )— 

Dinadi gi£)80l»3 W9Q «I9«* ^Q— The begin- 
fJRtel ning of the day; morning; dawn. 

d^d3RK1 €0. O'er— GO'OO — Daily. 
ftCT G<5, a — S0<(9; g© 90 — 

■ClaOirf Daily; every day. - 

( Sal— ©iqra 9019 $ • < €ffi& ^3 V) 

9oitil«— a. o . (?$£! o© 3 90+ad|a;— 90a© (so a) 

Dinadhisa Dinapati ( See ) 

901$— a. o. ( 9Q+aq); £>q1 ©q ) — 

Dinanta g^|* q^^q CM QQ; e ^"S ^fl^} — 

(9OI3— «iO*»%a) Evening; close of the'day; sunset. 
90 G$— GO. a -^«. I swi GOG« — 

Dinanfce 1. At eve; in the evening, 

(9QI$GQ— aO«i^9) J I g©90— 2. Daily; every 

tWlES day. 

f^TPcA ( 3211— «IGO 90IG^ 2iGQ qO|<l «IIQ9|% 
90Gfil © ^3901 O {JQ I ) 

OOI»- 3. 9«L. qf— * I 0191% 90GQ GO«WI< 01$— 
Dinandha 1, Fnable to see in daylight. 

(qoi^Oi— o) ( saat — go99, eaq, oi^p j ) 
> i. oo.^oicqeigs, o*§— 

2. (a person) Suffering from sun-blindness. 

ooioato— a. 9 ( oo+ao^iO; 9%] o©^ >— imn^ ea^ig 

DinabasSna Q9SJ— ^Bvaning; sunset. 


-«SH9c 


( -*W ) 


<QG© CI «$& 


Dinar .a | nQQ 6 QIQShGQSI 30Q© q§IQCM — 

1. A coin of Persia and Arabia. 

> I qfft OOTM? 33£[GQ QWSMQ' «a6Q|Q| 

6WQ S$ 3?' — 2. Name of a gold coin 

of half tola weight, current during the 

reign of Akbar the Great. 

^siaio— gq. e ( Q*- c©cjto n wawa«)— eoMitf^ 

Dinamar CQaQ CQQ— The people of Denmark. 
CWt^te ^rmiC the Danes. 

■QOifllQ ©CN— TO. $— G9€SltfQ WMQqgQKW*- 
DinSmar dingS qciq «$& 919Q699 — Name 
AH 1 *1 ft , 5lWl °^ a pl° fc erf- l ftn d ™ the town of 

TfcmirTt fif*n Balasore which belongs to the 

State of Denmark , 

Dinarddha 1 . Midday. 

7 1 (€©*!£«) WflQ 6 fjSiQ 30^9 aOSlCQ 

gift 91 99 GW 9OTQ a€^> r 9 q«iq (W 

flIQ ©Gft €ffl\ TOft)-fc (astromony) 

Half the length of a particular day; 

half of the time between sunrise and 
sunset of a particular day. 

0©2B(rf)- TO. § d ( ««* €10 SCO q§)— TOGQ Q39l ; 

DiniSafi) QWHGl — Relating to a day; an affix 

fffOT meaning consisting of a day or days. 

fipniT (SSI- aGQQ^®^- «QQ©»3 €^Q©3 QSriV? l) 
W$.«D — GV. M (S. 69©S>) — <■ I <&§Q% S*W^— 

Dinikia 1. Pertaining to one day. only 

(<toea— aciqa) J i «sw o*ia1 — 

2. Occupying the period of one day. 
* I GQ 6>$— & Daily 
■=" rQ€l9^9«1ffi — £ Changing; fleeting. 
*■ I £©G&gi£|1 — 5 Temporary; that which 

does not last long. 
£ I aqptfgiql; oSN? — 6. Momentary. 
9 I 3|9£?9; 3199$ — 7. Occasional. 

( sai— wea 4qs> giq ecmro tsqigq sa&o 

GWI S«l*aG& I) 
QG — G9. « — V I («qp) WSOI%«$p£ — 
Dinu 1 . Since such a day. 

ffaWCT J I (a$j9) aflq%—2. Since such a time, 

%?ra shq, q?n »to, qvra e<£— so. 


GSI9Q Gq«l QQ©€9, 


. QIQQI3 — A name for calling Dina- 
bandnu in fondness ^ 
Q$5>©— TO- ».-i-t \ gQTOj $0— 

Dinudina 1- Daily; every day. 

4K^*TOj 9WQQQ 

fi-ifin J I <K? 9Q^. 2IOh «?Q «19^ ^9Ga <9 9ftQ 
% % 06Q as* «iO€Q— 2. Day fey <^agg |?pni 

day to day. 

q9o oca o<^ cqc?,. ^oq q? ospqs» i 

Dine 1 On any day. 

^i^Pr (gai — Cfli oq^l SL 9GO ^9. ') 

«^ri^ 9 I a£Q fl|^— 1. Once only. 

#9^ QCtf *« »« ^ €SIQ C& 919 ©S» i 

■ w^a.. gcrlo 1 

* 1 £€^ 91 Q9^*G>G9 TO7«8 W^GQ— 

3. At any time (in the past or future). 

Q60Q— TO- «.— G«fel§ <I9 ©Sfeji W€Q- 
Dineka On a certain day, ' 

9699 a?KQ «SQ 5 3IQ OQG^i 9t^ *SQ I 

Q€Oe« — TO. a,- 9«€e (TO«) 

Dinete Dinake (See) 

QGG OI^Q — TO. «. — * 1 <WW Qi «§^9^ Ofl G93 
Dine kantara gq^ ; gisj OS? Q9 — 
fif^sjti^ 1 . About a day. 

$ ^ riw (aa— ©t ^tSQ <!€0 fiM^Q 08 gg<* Gfli 
(QGO<aG3— wnqft) ^Qfei aQiq TOIQ99 1) 

3 i QQQ Ql ^QQO— 2. A day or two. 

• I a© a<% TO — 3. A few days. 

<&G9 QTO— G9- a.- t I G«?«9 G«f^§QQQG9 — 
1 dne dine 1. On certain days, 

J& <£& ft=f QG9 969 c-^'ag bQ g« *«; 
q^T i^T ^t5T qq 3Q« ©qcw «€Q ®qq i 

0G« ©r«fiO— TO. 2 «- — ^ I ^ Wfafl WIM W>CQ-- 
Dine nan dine 1. Certainly on some day or 

^^fo =lt <ii^=i other, 

*nS «w ^r ^1 ©ca* rofos 3qq€Q— 

2. Certainly at any time. 


^GOfl 


( •>*- ; 


<$a9Qsii suw* 


Dineea 1. The sun* 

(«GW3— cKftqq) > i wqa — 

2. Calotropia Gigantea. 
QGMiq©— 3. 9. 9.° (?l1 ©©; 9GG9=3&+«S©«» 
Dinesatmaja q$)-r* I 99— 1. Jama. 

> I q»l Q£- 2. King Karpna. 

* I qste — 3. Sugrlba. 
v I €l© — 4. Saturn. 

* I 3rifr(8$Q9ro) — 5 * ^ke sun. 

©G««iQ9i— s. 9. til. (^1 ©©} ^Gsa+aqei)- 

Dinesatmaja" £ti}G>| QQ — The river Jamuna. 

Q Ml— W. 9. (?. 9+fisa)— V I CjtQ 9CI.^QQ|«t r ; 

DipakhS $Q 8141 — 1. Both sides. 

(331— OGIQ S>a«iGQ qtt? 919 .QSia I) 

> I 9 CTQI — 2. Two halves. 

(aai— ^3 O^et QQ9lil% 93*31 QQ 6R*I QIQGQ 

Gai$ q* $<a i % Q9w 9Q$ gsi, ©$ eii, 
q^ f «< q3 cigs* GG>ig© # acti ©a ©Q 

GQS I) 

* I <$Q WQ $Q CMI — 3. The two arms. 

Oaat— ^ $q §snqgq $sa»QQ q a«i ggiQ 
adweft l ) 

W — ^Q aR 91 £WS<% (©«!)— Two-sided; 

having, two openings. 

((aai—qasi oq^i dQiQ gq Gsa, Q© ©a«a <9i 

GQGOG9 G9IQ99 I) 
MGII ©«l— GQ. 9--GSQ ©&6Q GQIW ^ ®» *» 
Dipakha chuli 9§ 9§9I ^» ^Qf «t)0 91 Ml 0N; 

$«rNt fet^, 3*tKt fe^ft %R§ Q€l ^S^i <t$f$l OS*— 

An oven with two holes ( or openings 

at the top to set pots, on them. 

9 as— GO. 9.— <* i Q^ aw — 

Di pata 1. Both sides, 

-> I $31914 — 2. A pair; two. 

* 1 9_QSW — 3* ^ w0 t* mes as much. 

© £J$I -w. ©.— * I "3*1 9BI — 

Di pata ■ l.Two paroxysms. 

(aai— oiq GfliQ QQw m } - o ati Q? qq i) 

> I <3>QaQ— 2. Two times. 

* I ^JOEHS 1 — 3. Two sides. 
OQfSO— GQ. 9.— ft«q Qfl^L 3flrf© 93$9I— 

Di patia Favouring both parties or sides, 

(gat— <9q ^aw'^cp «B?Q Ga 019 i) 


© GQQ— G9- ««. (sr. ? op)-* I «»i «»aiqt Q$? 
Di patara a$ aQQI^ «Q^ QQ^QI (OS) - 
Q9^ ( i 1. Budding with two leaves;. 

^a©Q2l > aQ«iQa growing with two leaves. 

Q*a^jaa ) 

s i G«^ giqgi a^ a$ W 9R*i G9ICi €©?tgq 

q3 G9IQQK — 2. (trees) With two leaves 

on a stem; bifoliate.. 

q9<m^— gq. 9 (a. 9I0 6 Q|iq)— <• i Gaio^Q ^aigftGQ 

Dipadandi Gai«l99l G9WI0Q «« — t. A wooden 
(q'Bq^— a^%a) post erected in the middle 
3^^tfc o£ a tank or lake. 

-> I Gai«q gyg»GQ ©8b fl^a— 

2 A raised masonry platform in the 

middle of a poud- 
Qaia fl'&j? <gra<3« a©, «gQ floqo cbq l qaisia I 
^QQ^— gq.V. (a. oia 6 Q^ %«. flsi 9@«=6Sft) — 
Dipadahi ^ | qSq\ fi^9l 6©ft — 

1. Oil for lamp. 
9a<5«i etfw, ©a©§ *as^9 1 a 4 eta 1 
-> 1 ( <?+aQ+| ) G©^» $Q a^ «ai— 

2. Two sentences only. 
© 9@Q— €Q. 5*. ( *. §SW ) — 

Dipahara t. I WW— 1. Noon. > 

^ -? I flaq*— 2. Midnight. 
^t 1 ?^: * I »3Sa — 3. Bad time, 
aeca s«q fliswl ^ea 

QQ^€)«fl— GO. © ( 3. 9g<3>Q )- <J£)9G! 3^1^— 
Dipaharia - Pertaining to noon_ 

5 q^felT <»« ea GflQ cqi«Q«q; gc® a, «" a '^ fia » oa 1 
sa GQ, «— ^ 1 9Q9QG^ft; 5iaJI9; <aqG9»— 

1. Midday; noon; hottest time in the sun, 

yKfiurt; Ufa > I («. W?, ?*& &% a J»— 

2. Pentapetes Phoenioea. 

[Q^-aa gi£j ^ «i© q©; gft an aic^a 6 aid 
€;gQ§. coif < aft flis^Q apt l Wi ^»a9Q wei^ 
«y.QGQ-<l ffftff?* e9lSi ^'^ ^^ G»ITOQ« 
G9IQS I <§ ff?^ ^^ gGCr ^^ qiefl WW 

60^ ^ac»i ^Q§ 

©Q^QSfl flffil^fl— GQ. 9— qMflRfll05Q WOT . &*§ 
Dipaharia mahatam a^g QQ, G^Q Qff fl'&ftQG? 

S^Q^IQ^^aW 3G£r <«l^ ^€1^ 


MtttiFmKhl 


{*$>?« ) 


99319$!$- 


" : %& StQ<i S9IQ^Q— -The Mahomedan 

Mohurrum commemorating the begin- 
ning of the battle betweeirlmam Hossan 

and Ejid. 

©9IQ& «aichi— gq. 9 ( 3. otaiQQl mvm )— 0|^Q 
Dipabali amasya g|q^ CKIIQJM, oaqfao q9GQ 
fattfa <19 G99IQ£pttQGQ QEK1|©I WKIM 49 8©- 

The new moon of the month of Ka"rttika. 
©81ft— G9. S ( 3. <3al9Gl )— 1 I fllfQ 319 «— 
Dipali 1. Small earthen lamp. 

> i (9 +6. ai« ) — <$Qai9 91 ziq— 
2. Two times; twice. 
©916) Q€ll($et)Q9[— GQ. 9— G9?<3§ giO^ 3IG399 
Dipali basa(se)iba 9391 ©gGSj ©§^9l « Q^9i — 
To set earthen lamps to light up a place, 
©0O2O— G9- 9«l (3. § +q«| )- t i C9l%3il; G9Q 
Di pithia qq'19 ^q§6 91 QI«Q QCT 91 $tf | 49£|9IQ 
2j*TO; ^t<ft5T 1- (cloth) Having the same colour or 

texture on both sides. 

} I €3$ m 9t9©Q 9Q §6 91 SI^GQ flaig*- 

2, (paper) Which is printed on both sides. 

* I G3$ S<3l©l QITO91Q 6 distil 9ISGQ 

V QG3 — 3. (horse) Which is used for 

both driving and riding. 

v 1 €SIQ" W> 91$ %l€« 6 9»G9 QGQ — 

4. (bullock) Which draws the cart" as 

well as the plough. 
©9©— G9. (39m) 9. (9. Ql§n— .QIEf (GQ«) 

Dipiti (90$ — flGhqa) Dipti (See). 

©qCJ Q*l— €9. 9<S — $Q SQ 9t» 3IQf9l (90*3 Q9«l9 

Dipura bata Q9m) — Twice pestled (tarmeric- 

^^Rt^l paste etc). 

[9— Qm %& 90*23 9SI% 93G*Q9l 6 <f Qiq Q& 

9SKJl€>9G$1£}^I 99S)I 

©681? (ft9it9)— G9G9. 9 («■)— CW&I Q9«fl9(G9«) — 

Dipoti (etc) Deputi etc (See). 

G«§"e?itQ fl§ atQ 9G0|*1 i" Qaisia— qq9iq 

©eisai— G9. w. — wrenSw (gq«) 

Di phankia Dophankia (See) 

.€■ GWQSI— G$. 9*»- ^Q ai$IS>ll%. ^Q QOGQ 99§ 

Di phankuiclia G9IQ^9I— Split into two; having 

two brancl^es; with two connected 

divisions; forked. 


90I£>«D — G9. W-r^Q* ^° ©S'j-'Bipartite; consi- 
Di phalia" sting of two equal halves or folds, 

9Q n (ai^)— «.— 1 I S8f 9IQ91 — 1- To dazzle; to 
Dib (root) glitter; to shine, 

> I $191 9Q9I— 2; To play. 

©^--3. 9 (99 ai^+a^OTWl ©Qj — ^ I 3«— 
Dib .1. Heaven, 

^ I ( 4-Q^. « ) t»9l€l— 2. The heavens; 

the sky. 

•"I 9© (g. €9QKIQ" — 3 - Da y* 
©Q-^J. 9 ( 99^ a!§_+0^ a )~99 (G9«) 
Diba ^ Dib (See\ 

€9.9 — (««9qa9) 99i9 l 9 WW 9^^L ©199191^ 
(991, 99«B— SIQl9qa9) —A- namB for calling 

Dibyasiiiiha. 
©9Q§ai -€9. ©^1 (2. §9199)— ?9l€9;£119l ^Q 9*GQ 
Di barashia QGQ OGfr^-Biennial, 

©9?1— «. 9 (99^ al^+ si^QQ^i aflj %a. ft°. G© f 

Dibasa Q%Q. ©<9 91^9. 9«9) — * I9G — 

1. Day. 

^ I 99G9Q — 2. Day time. 

G q 4 ^ — ^|^ 99Q— The day of performing the 

annual Sraddha ceremony of a deceased; 

the anniversary of the death of a 

person* 

©Qd©Q— «. 9 ( 993+$ -ai$+G$v 3 ) -*%an— 
Dibasakara The sun. 

(99SIOI3, 9993S, 99G9S— a^i^a) 

©9€i q<a — g-. 9 (^il s©» 99?i+g«t) — ^g^989io— 

Dibasa mukha Dawn. 


©OS P Ql — 3. 9.— <QQOQ GQ9^ 91 
Dibasa mudra 


*3- 


The salary or wages due for 
one day^ 

Q9SI— G9. 9 («. 999)— 993 ( €9« J 

Dibasa Dibasa ( See ) 

©QQIO'iq— «. 9 ( £<|1 O©^ 99^+^19^ )— qMj. 
DibasStjaya 991^— The close of the day. 

©9919919—3. 9— W; :©9lg— 

Dibasabasana The close of the day. 


^v» 


woeoe 


( mpp* ) 


99*3*1 


DibasSloka *lQa— Daylight, 

Q99©— g. 9 (998 — ^CQ+aQi 9$ «©) — ^ I Q<3 — 
Dibaspati 1. Indra. 

} I SQ«* — «, The sun 
-9QI — ff. 21 — 9GGQj 99SGQ — 

Diba In day time. 

3. 9— W% 9© (§. QQ^ICIQ) — Day. 
(99j 9Q.— W?qaQ%,Q) GQ. 9 — * I 9QiS 9Q 91©- 
(qqej — ss^^a) Qig — 1. A name for calling 

Dibyasimha. 
5 I 99I9QQ 9IW9— 
2. A name for calling Dibakara. 
qqiGQ-^«.9(99I«-9£>CQ+$6}«»9Q«3 WiQj 9$SL§; 
Dibakara aei9J 991 J- $ a|§ + 9§f. a)— €!&— 

The eun. 
GQ. 9. 9?— GQ9S QI3— A name given 

to (males). 

QQIQQflfi— GQ.9(9lS) £G«a fllOiQ $gfi>1^ e?? Q|9— 

Dibakara misra Name of a poet of old Orissa. 

9QI «ff— 8.V— t I (991— 99SGQ*Sll§— 91EHQJWIQ, 
Dibakirtj 9$<^§; 3QGQ GS?Q «3 S>§<9 391%) — 
* I Ql§©j 3§IQ — I.Barber. 

> i ( 991+asi^ 999CQ a?i§ aieiQ) eao©; 

Ga^ — 2. Owl. 
* I c$|Q— 3, A sweeper; a person of the 

untouchable caste. 

■«©iOQ— «.w.« \99i+qq ai§+9§ a)— ea 99$gq 

Dibachara 9©Q3 9GQ— Walking or moving 

(9910^1 — 3il) about in the day time, 

fit. 9— * I Qflfl — 1. Bird. 

^ I C$152 — 2. A man of the sweeper caste, 

9QIW— s. 9 (99l+at ai§ = crciQ QWi+g^'aOj)- 
Diba^ana ©jq- qa— The crow. 

^©199— 3. 93 < 99H-Q19I a&GQ ©© )— * I 9©6Q 
Dibatana Q$9I — 1. Happening in the day time. 
'(99!©$!— $1) <> I G<?$>9— 2. Daily, 
e. 3 — <a©9Q© CK£Q (§. MXUQQ)— 

A days' wages. 
-S-QI^— G^GQ. 9 <»)— N«© («*) 

DibSn . Dewao (See) 


991 9I«— ff . 9(?<Sl 9©; 991 + 9lfl>S&i (§. 'tfWIflQ)— 
DibanStha The sun. 

991©— GQ. 9 — G99I© (G9«> 

Diblni DewSni ( See ) 

9QI $gi— tf. §(99l+0Qlj9G] ©©)-9QG9GQ MIOTF — 
Dib5 nidra Sleeping during the day time. 

99i9€i— %. a. ( 991+9% ^ )— 99393 <?s> 6 

Dibanisa q£ 9i|q1 j «€9t^-9 — Day and night 

continuously; continuing throughout 

tfce day and night* 

99l©€i— 69, $\ Q«— q© 9Q, QQGQ 6 3QGQ; «Mr§9; 

Dibaniai q^QI; 2I$Q« — Day and night; 

(Wiq<?; QQiq^ — aQn%a) incessantly. 

. Dibandfaa qqq — The owl. 

9«— weai.-Gfl o^GQ GQ9 ci qigq— 

Unable to see in tfce day time, 
OQI»QI— q. Q. ^| — ©QQq— The mole or musk rat: 
Dib'andhaki Sorex Goerulens. 

^©i <jfl— e. S (9§51§)— «6 ( §. omick* )— 

Di ba prushtha The sun , 

OQigoia— e. 9. ( QStfiieT)- wigq qsiq^i qa a§ 

Dibs pradipa ©iG^lW 9^ Ql Qg- 

(figurative) An unnecessary person or 
thing (like a lamp lit in day time), 
QQ\ QQ -3. § ( 9%\ ©©-'•091-r-^Gt')^ 
DibSbhaga k I QQ Slfla— 1. Day time. 
-> i qGaMlQqoi^g^igeio^ 
2. The time between sunrise and sunset. 

9Qi§igiQfti— a. £. $1. ( wi+amiQot ) — 

Dihabhisarika ©a€J* QI^QI «fi) 6960 3301 Gg9© 
9GCT 90© G99I ai£ G9€l G9lft 3GQT© 
giQ^ aw - A lady,who goes out to meet 
her lover at the place of assignment in 

day time, 
QQ| €J9-«. ?». ( 991 +^p ; 9^1 91 *flj TO )— 
Dibabhlta t | Ga^— 1. The owl. 
> ! GG^Q— 2. The thief. 
* I ©Q — 3, The moon. 
QQ\ fl@— ^y. §. ( JM|1 ■««);; 99l+5lg} )— ^05*8 ( G9« ) 

Dibamapi Dinamafii ( See ) 

Wl flW— «. 9. < 9%] ©«; Wl + Siy )— £g9Q ; «IIQ- 
Dibamadhya Noon; midday. 


'99I& 


•9SWL 


WWiP 


•9QIQ— €9: «. (a, ^ +9JQ)— ^Q €IQ~ 
Dibara Twice. 

-99IQ $€>9I9— G9.a*(3- 9*91© 4FQI9)-$$8Gt ®©SQ; 
DibSra tinibara 99919 — Repeatedly; several 

SpTfa fePwfa g*TCT fiwro times. 

QQiqfl— a- a. (99i+q£. 99)— qqjm ( €9«) 
Dibaratra Dibanisa ( See ) 

9QI<3$ — G9. a, (fl. 99lQp)-99l©§' ( OT« ) 
Dibaratri Dibanisi ( See ) 

■99K^(QGH|9)— G9*C9. 9~ G991Q 9©il9, ( €9«l ) 
Dibal (etc) Debal etc. ( See ) 

(99if^— affiqs) 

■ 99IGi§€J — 6"SC9. < 9\ (ffl) — &IQ* <tfEJ 9lg£9 9q G9IQ 
Dibal-giri qqq - - A wall lamp. 

WIQ— €9- 9«. ( a. ^PO )— 9TO — 

Dabala Weak. 

5^ST ewe-i. wewo^.Q. ©to 1 

€9*w. 9^. ( ffi )-«-99te**i ( 69<a ) 

Dibalia ( See ) 
-90NOTI— G9*G9. 9*d. ( £tt )— 

Dibalia 1 i Qd OQGaia 9Q9I^[ Wflfl (9i§)— 

CVKt^TBrl 1. Insolvent (debtor). 

f^TT^t, f^tfifosjT > I »5QM§— 2. Pulled down; 

troubled. 
* I 984193—3. Afflicted. 

QQIQ— €9. 9 . ( 3. Qi0|9Ol ) — QBI9G1 afll9W"»| — 
Dibali The Dew moon in Karttika. 

foment {^u<£l 
©9iaq— 69.9«. (§839 OCqq,^ 991 + dl ai^+a)— 
Dibasaya GS 9©GQ q.<— 

Given to sleeping in day time. 
$9— €9. 9: (2- 99 €19Q 5>Sfl99£l 19. ) — 

Dibi gd — 1, Heaven. 

y I H91S —2. Sky. 

3. $.— Ol «9I€193— 1. In the sky. 
9 I (99 81^+9$. Q)— qp QOl (C9«) 
2. Chasha paksHl (See) 
^QQQ—a. 9. .(a. §9=»$ciG6i+q^ ai^«=99i+9$- 

Dibishad $ a )— €9991 — Deitv; the Gods. 
(395Q— aCfr^q) .M-— 1&Q 9IQ9iS1— 

Eeading in heaven. 


QQ%-r*. 93- IE- (tt.-39**VTO+« &$+$<§■*>— 
Dibistha q4gj 3a|£j— Heavenly.. 

(9911— *l) * ^9. -€9991 —Deity. 
©GQI90— a. 3. (99«*i+.69S— «W»P ai9W9j 
Dibokas 9^@; <E$fc 3891, <-^* 9 €9191) — 

*. I €9»9^-l. Deity; Divine beings. 

/ 1 ^99 991 ($; «WI«Q)— 
2. The pied-crested coccyster. 

Q6QI9IS— a. $• (9K») — ^ I 9iq1«§ -6 a<5>l$9©GQ 

DibodSsa qffqo .9§9a1 991 (0 QldlGQ $9$ 9% 

^€q)-— 1_ Name of a king of the lunar 

dynasty of India, 

J I 9Q93 a©gi69 GA99W 99%^^ 

SiQqcQ 9? «9i Q^ {<3 a9^w Qft)— 

2. Name of a sage 
§€QIQ®I— «T 9. (99 + Q©9 + «l)— «9iCiO 

Dibodbhaba (fi." 393139)— Cardamom, 

^€91^1—3. 9. (991+Q^O— <?«> 69G9 WWa%«9« 

Dibolka ©qi— Shooting star or incandescent 

mass falling from the sky in the 

~~ daytime. 

QGOl9«— a. 3. (Q9)—9 v €9l9g (G9«) 

Dibafikas Dibokas (See) 

%9Tq|— «. 9". {9*69799 «9 l«ll- ^9.)— 

DibaakS' 9 G9I93 (G9«) — ^Dibokas (See) 

90m— a. Qg. ( 99=^+99ieef. a )— 3«fcj — 

Dibya . V 1. Divine; celestial. 

(09,1— tf) 2. Magical; miraculous. 

• I aiQI€ig— 3, Heavenly. 
v | agQte9— 4. Supernatural. 

*T(99^al^= =,,^ ^ -fl|Q9H-a) flCOWQ; 3£Q- 
5. Magnificent; beautifal; charming. 

ex?i qa ct Q9«i oq o§ 9$ 

6 Superior; best; escellent. 
9\( «. 99 k =-=«l91« + 99l€a r . J3 ) 2I9I9G9 
9&39I — ?• Happening in the sky, 
f | q^lq 91 9%S> a©Q91^9— 

8. Giving heavenly bliss or pleasure. 

a. 9— £ I aaei; q«— l- 0afch 

J I Q9Cf — 2, Cloves 
« 1 999Q9— 3. ^ kind of sandal. 


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v | oq Q — 4. A kind of incense; bdellium;. 
* I qq— 5: Barley. 

6. Embolic myrobalan. 
9 I SOIW ( g* SfiWIQQ )— 7. Asparagus. 

r i giijlaw ( §. wwi$ )— 

8. An aquatic pot-herb. 

« i m 9p ( g. apgiQQ ) — 

9. The white or bleached variety of 

Cynoden grass. 
t o | 9Q9| ( g. QfipqiaQ ) — 10. Myrobalan. 
tt I Q«Q ( §. aOTIQQ )— 11. Hog. 
■ V I Q96QQ ( §. €!fi?9[€lQ )— 

12, A person who knows the true or 

essential facts; a metaphysician. 
Z* I 90S 9GQU W{ *K>| (§. amitilQ)-^ 

13. Curcuma Zeodaria. 

^ v I «fl^ ( f. 393IQQ )— 14. Cumin seed. 
** I aq^qftl^ «9©S (faq. fl^iQq^i ( c^g ) 
( Q QO^iaq )— 15. Mahamed* ( See ; 

*9 i osasa ( g. qqsiiciq )— 

16. A kind of jasmine. 

t %9 I «^G96ft 9Q«$i9i eh^gq to (g.assisQ)- 

17. A sfcDW£c-bath_,teken -vhile it is raining 

'in sunshine. 

vr i cnmiQj ejai© iewiaQGQ 9^991 91^9 

2I^Q9G€IS (§, S9SIOQ )— 18. A class of 

Tantrik rituals. 

19 A kind of ominous heavenly pheno- 
mena. 

*° I <?I$9I9GQ 9§Q taeotep G>|£}9, <aai— 

20 An extraordinary hero in a fiction. 
jk I glol99t9GQ ff^iepGQ a$qg Qi^jq 
aaq*i©i $>$£[ §9!$ G99I aicT 9q99| 

GSM* fll^( @. SQSHQQ ) — 

21. A test or ordeal which an accused 

had to pass through during treal. 

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9§£, 999139' 6 qg 9W*sq «q sa^^Q i ] 
>f isasi ( g. sqqiciq )— 

22, Oath; solemn affirmation. 

£^ ^ — M 3^ oq^l-^- The Sanskrit language. 


9 a aasQ c^IGS $R« 
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€9.3 — «9S£[ — Very much, 

©qs 99© — a. ©. — * i wow g9^ 9asi<a 9i gi^- . 

Dibya kabacha L A coat of mail given to a person 

bj a Deity. 

> I G999IQT g99€a*3— 2. A kind of prayer 

to a Deity for one's protection from evil. 

99M 9©— 3. '9 ( 99<t + CI<S>. Q&| )— V t <JQ<& — 
Dibya gandha 1. Sweet smell; fragrance.. 

3 \ (9$q£> ^9CT-2. Cloves. 
» | q^q — 3. Sulpher. 
Q3 — Wqg —Fragrant. 

Dibya gayana Qqpp* QQQGQlWQQqi— 

A class of mythological heavenly 

choristers, 

Dibya chakshu 1. Insight into supernatural 

f^J5^ matters. 

2 . Very charming eyes. 

Dibya chakshub < i ^qos; aeqg ^gq gQ 9§- 

2. Intellectual eye; insight into super- 
natural matters. 

2. The preternatural power of seeing in- 

visible things. 

• I Qflfllj £|OS ('.8. WSW )— 

3. Eyeglass, spectacles. 

v | qi^Q ( g. waiQQ ) — 4- Monkey. 

5. A kind of sweet scent. 

9 I 91 ( SSI WW )— 

6. An epithet of Kiushna. 

«^ §«. (99519)— <. i ae^s ^ G9§9iQ a$-- 

1. Endowed with supernatural insight, 

2. Having graceful eyes. 
■'* I ei<a* — 3 Blind. 


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Dibya chitta §® — Favourable mentality. 

QQM«ff— %. 9. ( Wi+«©; ©&' ) — 
Diby*» jfiana t | tKqflqa^Q 4« — 

1. Supernatural knowledge;faculty of seeing 
things invisible to the ordinary eye. 
5 I %$to @^ — ^- Dfri ne knowledge, 

3. 9«a— ( Wi + WPj $§§!§ )— Sctej flWIQ- 
Possessed of divine knowledge or 

supernatural insight, 

Dibya jyotilj «€€»— A divine halo o£ light. 

Dibya darsana Dibya chakshut 1 & 2 ( See ) 

Dibya darsi 19-)— Wi<jq ) 98* aGIS^qief 9SV— 

( WnQSfcl $1 ) Endowed with supernatural 

insight* 

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Dibya djushti Dibya chakshut 1 & 2 ( See ) 

Dibyadeha 1. Celestial body. 

2. A body or form which is invisible to 

the ordinary eye- 

Dibya dohada WWW_ g§fe SqSQI qjP% $9^ 

991a ad«a QQ9I aiQ*aal§ an (a- ®Q~ 
giQQ ) — A thing which is offered to a 

Deity as a result of a solemn vow or 

dedication that the doner will give it to 

the Deity if his or her -wish be fulfilled 

through the Grace of the Deity. 

TOnu#l— 3°. M. 4°. ( Wi+atf+Qft; wi. w )— 
Dibya dharmf £ I «fla ( g. SOSIOQ ) — 
( wiaStfl— %1 ) 1. Of g°°& conduct. 

> I 1SIQ9— 2. Good natured, 

Dibya dhgma Heaven. 


QQm 9<qi — q?. 9. tfl. ( Ptfai; Q9ii+«^ )*— i^^r 

Dibya nadi SQiesi— The mythological river Ganges 

( Q9i9Q©- ■ ti^QQ ) said to flow in the heaven. 

qoh wiq— s°. s. 41. ( «£«; Wii+oiq )-^©icrOi;. 

Dibya narj «j^q — The heavenly nymphs or 

qq^%] I dancing girls; the maidens of 

$Q*»rSfG! f ^ paradise ( according to the 

Hindu mythologies ). 

Dibya pafiehSmxuta 9« f g>a, <?§, fi^l <$ 9© 

fclOIQ 3§S> G9IQ^9I WSJ© — A mixture of ghee, 
milk, curd, butter and sugar, 

Wtqgs — 9*.^— t 1 cwqqjaj' flwiqca awfi wo-. 

Dibya purusha 1. A divine being; a god assuming 

the form of a human being. 
> I 9«bo — 2. An angel. 
flaw oitfjcw q£ cq ossqa« 
WlQ€Q, "€9 9IO, ©^ QiQQl Sfil€0— 'qajffto. n^iai-ffi j, 

3. A very fine-looking man. 

Wl qj— q\e. (9^ai f W^+M)— QQ« (8.€Mim)- 
Dibya pushpa Oleander ( flower ). 

wiqpi— «•• 9. ( 9^5ls, W+91+* )— ^9 e^i^ 

Dibya pushpa qjlj 99 «^OQ ( 8- OMIQQ ) — 
A big variety of Gayasa flower. 

©Q^i q?9i -9°. 9. ( w+9S+«»+« )— oi« siwa 

Libya pushpikS ( g. QS?q|CIQ )— The red-flowered 
variety of Calotropis Gigantea, 
QQ^ QIQ*1-g°. «. (Q^ai, QQf + QlOi ) — susiawil — 
Dibya bakya A sound from the sky_ 

( wh 9idl — acwqfi ) 

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Dibya bhlru Dibya n5rl ( See)^ 

$£[$ S^Q%S C9Q9IS ^^^Si 

Dibya bhojana ^«!Q*« Q9^Q eq©ff — 1. A deli- 

cious meal. 
> I qi eqc^— 2. A bellyful. 

Dibya ratna q-SQigQ Qf^CSS — A mythological 

gen^ said to possess the power of granting 

the wishes to the wearer. 

Q9MQ3— «. $ Q&ll; Wi + Qei)— V I Gwaiw— 
Dibya ratha 1. A celestial car- • 


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J i qcflcj gwswi9W Qa— 

2. Oar used by the gods. 

3, Balloon; areoplane. 

3>Q«i Q3—a. 9 (9&II- 99M + Q9)— SIQQ— 

Dibya rasa Quick-silver. 

-qqh e«a«— a. © ' etfai; w»+6«» )— wqqq-, ©a^ 

Dibya loka gl9G9 G99QMG9 919 9Q§— The 
heaven; the abode of the Gods. 

wi€flw— a. © ( wrfai; w+€^)- eaqT ©19$. 

Dibya srotra ckwuqqt qdl. © 991 SO 9y qpm< 

(g. 399IQQ) — An ear which can hear 

sounds inaudible to others. 

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_ Dibyasfira sai9IQ)— SiG$S (§. SQ9IQQ) — Shores 

Eobusta (tree . 

Dibya simha A name given to males. 

a. § — 9$ QQ 9Q39 HI9QIQ — The incarnation 

in which Bishnu is said to have assumed 

the form of half lion and half man 

(according to the Hindus). 

W*£S>€Q© — G9. «— 9S1Q ©Gff© q©l— 

Djbyasin^ba dej?a JJame of a late Raja of Puri. 

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Dibya sundara %Qfy 99)— <. I %tf]^ <a$Q©l98€||— 

1. Having heavenly beauty. 

2. Very fine; very beautiful. 

^©tQQ— a. 9 (©&% Wi+flo)- Q$% a$9— 

Dibya sun A very learned man 

A title given to the 12 religious pro- 
fessors or teachers of the Ramanuja sect 
- of Baishnabas. 

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Dibya strl The maids of paradise (according 

to the Hindus) 

9©«1|— 3. 9<3. %1— (QQi + ^J. tt) 99*<Q SjQGf— 
DibyS Feminine form of the adjective Dibya. 
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PKJ9I G99l°Sia$9t; (SieH «ftelj— A class 
of heroines who' have divinity in them. 
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99«»l— C99WWI fllGqi] 

go. 9.3,1 (9©e^) [a. eww (=69 < 3ior)9 aoya]- 

9b9ISlftW ©19 SGQ CMIQ9I QQRl — 
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Dibyarhsu (g. aogwQ) — The sun. 

QGHIGKM— a. ^. $1 — ( Wi + Wai 9^1. )— S«iCTQi> 
Dibyangana aaq — The maidens of Paradise 
(99i.°a©l — : t9©i^p) (according to the Hindus). 

WIITOH-.a. 9. q? (99i+»©9h) — Q1%9I9GQ 9§0 
Di byadiby a q® G3«lQ>l^9' fla% <1909; GS^ 91^9 
(99h| 99SI— §1) fl93i G9IQ Wl G999l919Qr 

^sigq aocto G9iQeii<i Oaai — ©Ojjaejfl^ 

SICJTq) — A class of 'heroes of fiction who 

are endowed with heavenly qualities 

though they are human beings. 


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Dibyasana ago— A good or exceltent seat. 

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Dibyastra TOQITOR 39^ 219,— 

1. Weapons given by gods to particular 

persons, 

9 I fl^iq Cp© ^J^i — 2. A weapon which 

can be applied or withdrawn with the 

the help of esoteric incantations. 

Dibyodaka QQO QQ } QQQ QQ— 1. Rain-water. 
J lQIOQjflflQ-2. Dew. 

Dibyonmada 9IQft©l — Religious monomania- 

QGG*)[Q€ilQ($)9— «. ■ ©. (w«H-^a+Q^ ai^=>aqQ 

Dibyopapada(du)ka «W>I + W;+QQ )-fllOt- 

§©« Wl Q$9 (SCJI) £$|, 9^, qQ9*Q) 

TOWI — Deity; a god, 

Dibyaushadhi 1. Red arsenic. 

2. A drug or medicine obtained from 

divine beings. 
QQQ ©QQI — TO. 4?. («. 9QC1)— CQfaB Qgq, <asiQ 
Dibbaga kariba <$>q 2i°ei€Q 90$ QQQJ — 
^t*Wrl To divide; to bisect. 

•9fl©fl— TO. «. (fcWffQQa)— C©h QiQilQQ aC«?Q« 
Dim-dim qq ©G€1<a— An onomatopoeic sound of 
^9^9 J dancing and drums, 

Dimak ^ | qg^ — 1. Brain. 

f^ttl 2. Intelligence. 

<n | qg— 3.]Mind. 
v | qcGW© q«i— 4, Mentality. 
? I aaoi 3 qaqasi- 

6. Arrogance; insubordination. 


9 I sieiaio — 

7, Sullennees due to displeasure. 
r I fl©S! — 8. Genius. 
©ftK$q$l— TO. o«a. (a. Qsia+§. cq$)— * I q«q ; 

DimSk-chottha" a<^ (q©h)—- 1. Insubordinate 

WSil^'tblil servant). 

f^UNI^M J I d§©— 2. Arrogaot. . - 

(wi©€«loi— wi%a) [ wiiq eqoi (e|) q— 9 ] 

Dimak-dSr 1. Arrogant; insubordinate, 

©SI$-GQ TO. S>. (21' ©aio) — * I gQq — 


Dimaki 


1. Genius. 
J I $<§Q§— -2. Intellect; brain. 
*-| 9QQ $jQ — 3. Mental condition. 

mentality. 

4, Pride; arrogance. 
* I £«jQ| — 5 Haughtiness; insubordination. 
9 I aieiQIQ— 6. Moroseness; sullenness. 
Q^J. — Q9|^efl (GQ«t) — Dimakia (See) 

Q^i^ai— g^€9. 90 (sri. Qqisil) — « 1 $<5>%N<g. q<sp\— 

Dimakia 1. Proud; haughty; arrogant* 

Wt#t, om^\ 5 I eioqicn — 2. Sullen. 

?S QIQ^i Qlg"— 3 - ( a person) Whose 
mentality or wishes are hard to 

understand. 

v I ©SIQeil; ©WIQ— 4. Headstrong^ 

© <$«■— TO. w. {^ . ^ qjl) — CQ^|sfi 3 GS3 QQ^ agsy 

Di muadia g^cr qaQI Q£<$ — One who espouses o P 

W^» ^^f ia in league with both sides. 

$>— <Q S^IQ ?ia — A kind of serpent; 

Amphisbaena. 

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©q^l— TO. 9tfl— €Qiq9l (©Wl) 
Di muhan DomuhSfi (See) # 

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Dir-kba A niche in the wall. 


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Jf^tH A silver coin carrent in Egypt; 

%*W,fi[TfJI Drehani. 

J 1 9«QGQ9g©»© 6©OQ€9<3, fliq *t AS!— 
2. A standard weight current in Egypt. 

Diriba Good; excellent; fine. 

(W — «ffiQQ) A name for calling Dibyasimha 

Diriba sandara Dibya sundara(See). 

fruit** grift 

Dil - 1. Heart. 

Ql J ^ * I 319$ — 3 - Courage. 

f$3 v I SQeia^J — 4. Power of remembering 
fjfSf things; recollection; memory. 

* | Qg| — 5, Desire; wish. 

Q^qe—G^GQ. 9 (eri. «^+« )— * I «kk* gqa«- 

Dil khuB 1. Light-beartedness; gaity* 

(Qf^«l^«$^aK,Jt l. «OQ— 2. Gladness. 

Dil-gi *> ! AW Mft9l i jfl60 | ©aw— 1. Attention. 
ftflHft ^rfV ^ I flQfi^-2. Amusement; 

(Q£l4 $£cfl — aQi^JI) merriment. 

* i a|i ©ifl^i; 00913 — 3 * FuD * 

©ftdlOlO— OT- 9«. (§. ^Wl + tfl. flQiq. W>— 
Dil-gibaj «: I OQ33; SJGfllQgq — 1- Fond of 
fft^fat^fipwfanfa fun and amusement. 

> I 2feQ — 2. Jestive. 

Dii-gil qqg«. ©qc®)— * i *GQ9q$ (so). 

(Oft^Sl-WS^qp) 1, I>ubious; doubtful. 

fWw -> 1 9i§; ^©o©; ej9pg { » )— 

^yrift - 1 .2, Anxious; confused. 

•» I 2l§Q (GO) — 3, Eestless (mind), 
v 1 eaiQiqO© — 5. Grieved; sorrowful. 
S— < I aGGM^WI— 1. Sorrow; grief. 

> I SGQ9 —2. Doubt; suspicion. 

* I 3IQ§0 »|Q©I; $G©€1— 3. Mental 

.restlessness; aniiety. 


Qfi^SRB— C§GO. $«— Q«40i^(G<9<8)—Dil-gil (See), 
Dil-gilia 

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DiWar t I gagflOl^ €$©flOI 5 WICQQj QQIQ— 
f^ft? 1. Magnanimous: liberal-minded. 
f^35^rt; fi^ft*U ? 1 flffa — 2. Following one's 
[W (6l)WJ — $] bsn* °* mjnd;having one's ways. 

*l^g99;<ao QlfldlQ — 3. Liberal; 

bounteous, 
v 1 qqq — 4, Witty; humorous; funny. 
* I G091 — 5 Loving. 
£ I fljjQI-^G. Fond of amusements. 

««WI — 69.9(§8%aP$»)— * I qiQQfegWWjtKlKIQI — 
DilfisS 1. Consolations comfort. 
) ISWI--2. Hope. 

'6. Putting off on promises of giving some- 
thing in future. 

Dilipa 1. Name of a king belonging to the solar 
dynasty of ancient India; father of kiug 

Raghu. 

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8«l ^G« I] 

(gQ. QOaiCIQ)— 2. Name of a king of 

the lunar dynasty of ancient India. 

QSIQ - 3. §— S§_ (g. -apgiSIQ) — Mushroom. 

Dili r a 

©§1—3. Q. *1 (3. GQ901)— ««l «?«Q;-^QQP q&alffl; 

Dilli CQiflfe 9gQI^Q; G9IQQ '«£|» qcw. 

Q^l© ^141 QQOQ q©al% 9^— Delhi, 

the capital of India under Hindu, 
Moghal and British Emperors. 

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fefe i)^^ repute but of little worth; any fine- 

(9$lQ GjQ—aQ^a) booking but worthless thing. 

[9— §«1gq g9i9 ag Ga-'OTtei«g^©ai eiq 6 

©a-«iaa gs a© oia 9§g, Ga o <aiag 69 «w 
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gjaiGQ^^g^ ew', ©§"gQ 'wteifi^ qosw 
gG^ia «^sat< 1 ] 

DilHswara G^iaq «iyt — The Moghal Emperor, 

having his capital at Delhi. 

«>9I»— 69. 9- G9^19^( 693 ) 

Diw^n Dewan ( See ) 


DiW(etc) Dibal etc ( See) 

Diwali : „ .Dibal? ( See ) 

e^isaai— Q9iQ« ( G9« ) 


Dewalia 


^Dibalia ( See 


©€l(al^)-a— V I 91© ©QQI— . 

D is (root) 1 € .Xt> giye. 

- > I 9§9I — ^2. To speak .. 

• I a^ QQ9I — 3. 'To command; to-order, 
v I G9<aiQ9l— 4. To show, / v 

Q€j^- «.' $ (as?/— (99 ai^_— (W©ia) 9IO 9©91-f94. 
Dis 9Q-W; <3^€( WL s,9. 99]— 99^ (G9«) 

" Dik{ See ) 
§€t— 69. ^ ($. 9€i 4i9)— ^ 1 9€1~ ^ 

Disa 1. Point of the compass. 

5 I 931; qfoa ^% Gib G9IQ9IQ qa — 
2- The tune of a sons: 

Q€1@Q— G9. «« ( 3, 9Sl + § ai^)— ^ I «°9^Q^^3 
Disahara ^gsjj—l. Perplexed; confounded 

9€19iq i acWQg bewildered.; 

931913 1 " n ©09|«fc G3 9Q Qieia.GQ 

^^^1 ©i§ — 2. At a loss to distinguish the 

34£l directions or points of the compass. 

9€!l — ^. V. aj [<?o ai^=(2l95?l3) 91© 9Q9! + 9#.a+ 
Disa a] — «. 1 9SI — 1. The points of the compass. 

-* I 99€>; ^9-^2. Order. 
w I 9gi3© ^GQ'a— *3.. Tooth-mark. 
VI g^l©— 4. Trace. 
69. 9—^ I 93 ^ (G9«)— 1. Disa 2' (See) 
> \ 9Q 69QQQ GW C GQ Q039I 6^^ G9Q«i — 
2. A small temple attached to the side of 

a big temple. 
fa*t 69. 9 (80% a©JJ©)— * I fl€©ia«— 
fi[^n l. Passing of stools. 

J I GGOI69CI — 2. Gall of nature. 
9€ll(€«)QQi— 69. $ (2. 9a ai§_§(Q 9S a»^~ 
Disa(seuba 69411091—* To show; to exhibit. 


0€{«t! 


( m 99r > 


** 


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Di sakha 1. Limited to two branches; having 

Sj*fN1 two main branches. 

'SlOT^T 9 I J3t9IQ $Q? $Q, 9I9IQ©— 2. Forked. 

«H €10— ff. § (0^1 o©; QS|+ae)-Qej© (GQ«) 
Diss gaja Diggaja (See) 

ofli Q19— e- v (?$1 toj wi+wv-oojhg (G9«) 

Diss daha Dig-d5ha (See) 

•©€IIQia — sr. 9 (ftf ©.©$ 9SII + 8IQ)— 9Q3Q (GQ«) 
Disa pala Dik-pati (See) 

Disa pheriba To answer the call of nature. 

<5>€li q«— s. 9 (9ai+q«$ $><$] ©©)— qq^iq^q hi* 

Disamukha O^Cq — All sides. 

3>£i 20§Q1— €9. 3 — aiqq $iq c«ii o$9!-~ 

Disi asiba To seem or appear from indications. 

Di » ibs - * I G9«l89lj <}<$ GCIIQQ G99I— 

CW^ltThs^ 1. To be seen; to be visible; to come to 
I^M? view; to appear. 

(OSIQQIj G931Q9I — $£>$) flssiQQPqeisT o a^o 1 

%a^"v- S9I9Q© 99 I 

> I OTiacWIj ©«|999l — 2. To seem; to look 

to be felt; to be known. 

w & ©caiqos* o cte 1 - 
w I £31891; ( WGQ ) €J9^ €991 — 
3. To be thought; to appear ( to one's 
mind); to strike (one's-mind). 

€Q6« O^fl €«««■ S^ICft <$$Cfl ©G9l<a OflQ O 9191 QQql- 1 

4. To be known beforehand from 
i indications. 

* i sqiS© €99i — 

5. To be exhibited; to be manifest. 
9 \ $©© €991 — 6. To be indicated. 


€®891 — CQ..£ («- 9^»i%) — * I 90l©e9<aiS9l — 
Disi]iba 1. To be suddenly or unexpectedly 

Sf*fttre*t seen. 

f^TO^5?r > i 9010 €9ia€99l3 ©3109891 — 

2. To be suddenly felt; to come to 
one's mind very suddenly; to strike 

one's mind. 

* I QS^I?^ 3QTO9 91 SQqo €991 — 
3. To dance before the mind's eye, 

foffll— a© ©I q$? AGO ©«QIQS I ) 

®fj— G9. 9 (a. $«©)—«. i sigiasaQsira — 

Diisu ] # a. little quantity. 

, fof > 1 afi& a«Hi — 

yWt^Tl 2. A few in number. 

9«i— ? I qiflioiaoc© — 

). A. little; a little in quantity. 

> \ «H%3«i9 — 2, A few, 

<ate$<t caiQQQSQ €9SQ ^ 93 cq, ©9io oioaeocl QeigiQoio 1 

ff«iQ6fli9& sflitfiaoq^ 1 
« — *. I QlfllOi 8Q5H«€Q — 

1 . In a small quantity. 
(301 — «q.4Q OJ3I, 0^ 9<ai Qg, €?q qg^ # 
«q. QI©«1 90©1 €9GQ <3 QI^QQ <3©IQ€l1 ©^ d|Qft 

€99 I) 

> I £}g©_2. Slightly. 

* 1 GOGOQ €J°aGQ — 

3. In some respects. 

cqaqe 9iie *©tffie«» ?<q <oq Qq o?q 1 

»o^o" ©9901 1 

9V- ^r- 9 ( p« ai%— qwoq©i, g@9i+9^. © )— 

^ishta ^ 1 s>- . qaej—l. Time. 

^ 1 qcH; a<5^| — 

2. Luck; fortune; destiny. 

[ 5— $TOI€>€> :— C*. Destiny^ GO^fll I ] 

* I €"§93© «or w — 

3. Name of the son of BttbaBwata Manu. 
■w t ^QG9€I ( §. €lpg|€IQ ) — 4. Advice. 

* I 9I%9§5>I (@. SQgiflQ) (G9«l) 
5. Daru haridra (See). 

9«t — ^ 1 Sfl9^i — 1. Ordered, 
v' I QS^eqfi©— 2. Ordained. 

* I QQ9£j| — 3J[nstructed; directed. 

v I H^i$© — ^- Determined j ascertained. 

* I ©go— 5. Spoken. ._ . 
9 I 9^ — 6, Given. 


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( "99* ) 


W^GQei 


9 \ SOS©— 7. Shown; pointed; out indicated, 
M Q0GQ 9a aiQU^li Gi§ — 
8. Allotted; assigned. 

Dishtanta q^ — Death. 

•9^,-3. 9. (9$ i ai%=-G9«lQ9l+q9. Q )— 
Dishti \ | q4$ aQQ — 1- Happiness; gladness. 
J I 92JQ-— 2. Speaking. 

• I .( 4.9$. © ) qch— 3. Luck. 
■* I $3593 — 4 - Advice. 

* I ©$9 — 5. Festival. 
p I ^a— 6. Interest. 

«> I aQWIQGQS — 7. A standard of measure. 

; wee)qQ— €§ot. 9. ( a°. §G9a§ )— q°q© cwmcq 

Disa(se)mbar 9<eq gq<3 fl|g. §£3^9 3|q — 

(H*W(4 1^W< The month of December. 

*9 $q — G9, q— e. 1 9Q aq 91 ^9 — 

Di sara 1. Two strings. 

■*praft ? 1 9Q qqqg QIC* — 

^tg^I 2. A neklace of two strings. 

933 \ w— SjQTOaj 9Q %qqg ( 919 

OG9IQ ■ 219^9 Q©«»I9) — Two-stringed ( necklace. 
9G3IQJ 
Q> qQtO — 69. 0« — *> 9§a- 3Q 34qg (9IQ QQiW) — 
Disaria Two-stringed ( necklace, gar-and etc ). 

( SG9IOT— a»*i%a) 
459,1— G§69. ©— <• 1 < en. ^51 ) 9ic*S9 ' v cr^Q 

Dista gfll9IQ— 1- 0?*** ( of P»i»r ) 

fwl ^ I ->v$ «JQQ ©19; — 

^Tt 2. A bundle of 24 arrows. 

*Wl «M ( ffl ) CTfllWgtQ 93» — 

^n 3. The pestle of a mortar. 

tWi v I l£TI. 9§l = 39!9 G«l% Skein of thread - 

GO® G9lQ ©SI G99I 6 ac* gIG G9Q 

G9IQ319I si^gl — 3. The state of the 

skeins of the thread of a cloth being 
gathered up at One place and thinned 

out at another, 

,WW. §<3— G3&2 fiJCfl£«l€WI G9I<9% 991319 9 9 

§19% <a* S3IQ «9glOGQ GGI8 G9IQ3IQa»<l — 

(a cloth) Of which the skeins of thread 

have moved away from their proper 

positions and gathered up at one place- 


991 Q®9I— G9. *— ( Gffta§ $0?\ ) « G99IG9GS 

Dista par^ibS Qq €991 G9I«^ Wlfll© SI 3 319% 

fwWBl fodlTqg«t T QSaiQ<J9«9SI9GQ WW W9' 

^IQ^fiQl I . <M9«9g9«9<3p G99I— 

9SJI C99I ' * (a cloth) To become thin at 

one place and thick at another in texture 

owing to the threads having moved from 

their proper places and gathered into 

skeins on account of faulty washing. 

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aw I WIS. 90€9 <$Q q,Q a$ a©Q ao §0GQ 
9^99 9Q Q QaiQ G99» qiai9<aQ9GQ CaiQG9 
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GCIQGQ Oq, ©€> 9qai<l G969 QQI Qgl Q9&IK1 I ] 

QS» (ai^) — «.— ^ 1 GS19Q 9Q91 — 
Dih (root) 1. To anoint. 

-? j -<19a QQ9I - "2- To gather; to collect. 

09—41. ©. (3- W?)— ^ I GQ9j «^IQ— 

Diha 3. Body. 

*rt» *te -'i sig^- 2 - Healfcn - 
?ra, 3^i (aai — 01 w «wa 91$ 1] 

* t 39* 9Q<3 — 3. Mind; heart, 
(3211 — «G9 SQ^ © < 09 Q6SI I) 
is- 1 aqfl 5 QIQO Q§9i 9l«> — 1 Life-time. 
(aal— <g9Q CW 99^ 9Q 9Q Gfll 999 9Q99 I) 

09 Qq.«<?l (©) 6991— W. 0. Qlfll^ «»^S©i S99I — 
Dihaiskina (ni) heba Feeling slightly unwell; 
sftSNfo ^1 feeling out of sortB. 

*u<$ QQ^QQ 69$*— €9. 9.-^-9019 ^9 0©9 G99I— 
Diha is para heba Being startled with fear. 

©@9—69. 9.— fiPQ9 Qg^l 9lO^ Sfl9Qai — 
Dihaka 1- Lifetime, 

^tt** G9- V— 39IOGQ ; «89©9lO «GQ — 
srm^fr During the lifetime of a person. 
(999319, 9996Q, 99G9=«9i%a) 

©9 Qofel G9Q1— €9. 9. — a^Q «^§ €9la G99i— 
Diha ka-a5na heba Being ill; feeling of sickness 

99<g[69QI— G9. $.—* I aa«fll €ja9% 91^ G09I— 
Dihaku neba 1. To take a responsibility to 

one's shoulders. 


.'Waqaewi 


( *>9T» > 


Q^aj. 


> i aiaai g© G9fa§ 9*9 sas 9%a§ «9J« 

a$fl|9 9Q9lj QGGH^NI 9Q91 — 

2. To take a thing to one's heart. 

^o c$i§, $ 91$ aiQ ©SSL ffQ— oa t 

©S» SQ3 G®Ql— G$. 9 — alQIQg G99I— 

Diha kharapa heba Becoming ill; feeling 

«I1 *t*rM^rl unwell. 

9@ GOT — GQ. Q<3. — ( «. G99Q&1 )— * I ©a «KPQI 
Diha ghasia g^Q S99I9GQ OW— 1. Ver y 

*ft CTlTf familiar with one's master, 

feaiftr^T ? i gsjq Q^L aol -wqi a©s«i aic« oo- 

9GS19 &99iGi Sl<3 — 2, (animals ) Who 
have beoome very familiar with men, 
having cast off their fear of man's 

company. 

9@ S^QI— G9.-8 — (ff- G99 TO^ — GQ9% 91^91 9SJGQ 
Diha chhatichiba 9iq © 9Q9I— Not to labour 

(99 3t9|— a©t%a) f or fear of exhaustion, 

99 g§>9l— G9. 4? - 3Q^ — To die. 
Diha cbhargiba 

9@ "©991—69. $* — 1 i *IMI G99G9 *!§tV 9 QWI 
Diha jagiba g© 3|9a|ff G99I — 1. To guard one's 

body from hurt. 

> I W&&\ 3Q SI9a!£> G99I— . 
2 To be watchful for preserving sound 

health. 

9@ 96>QI— G9. 9 — * i qqq «W QQ91; dl^i a©99 
Dihajaliba 9Q9|— 1. Burning sensation in the 

Mt W*tt body. 

Jt? ^ROT 5 I ( S39<3ia ) QQ Q09I — 
2 Getting enraged. 
( aai— < eai.qg €«i w esq i ) 

9$ «(G«QQI— €9- 9— «. I G99%GS€9l§a G99r— 
Diha jh»Ieiba 1. Perspiration of the body; hyper- 
. hydrosis 

99 ?fl W x G$Qi — G9. 9— ^ i a9i$ $S?0 C9$_ G4Q 
Diha jhim jhim heba $19991 — 1. A feeling of 
Ml ftttrf%1 Wi exhaustion on account of sheer 
*5*?pgi|T5lT weakness. 

99 «Q* «0* G99» ) J I 919 GCH$ 399 <19 

3 ^ B9giG9 9$9i» aoa 




99 «cfsiia9w- 


99 99^ 


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QQ9l QG9 G^g ^CTGQ «9aQI 6 <IQ* *IQ 
■ «a©Q ©Q 91-^2. A tingling sensation 
due to .the limbs being put in one 
. position for a long time. 

.9$ aQQI — €9. ©— ^ 1 33Q §©9 G9QI — 

Dihathariba 1 Throbbing of the limbs. 

-5*1 ftsf^Tl ^51 ^ i .qq 91 -pia GSJlC SS1Q Q*?9I — 
sfrclTOTt 1. Shaking of the body due to sudden 

alarm, 

99 Q9G- G9. a— v I iq^lff^GG— _ 

Diha dihaka 1- In descending order of a family. 

99 P969 7 -» I q§,«Qr «Kto%— 2. Since 

J * the time of one's fore- 

. fathers. 
I G$G9 GQ9Q S?19Q9lO flaiGGj — 
- 3. During the life-time of some persons. 
99<J«-GQ-9. ("tf. G99 + ^8«i )— a^goi— 
Diha dukha — ' Illness. 

( 99 98«9— aC?M%9) 

9» ^Gi G^QI— G9. 9— &SIQ agg G991— Getting 
Diha dukha heba diseased; getting ill; being 
(99 $_8G$Q9I — a91%a) attacked with a disease. 

9$ GWI— W. S— ^ ' ( H a*3€9 ) SSQ^IIQ asf^ 
Diha deb5 ^QGQQiei 9qpOlGQ ad« 9Q9I — 
9f| (^TQ^ I- To dedicate one's body to a male 
gfif %<sH*» C said ^o|jk female ). 

* I 99 WIQ Qifl ©S9I (G9« ) 
2. Doha lagai kama kariha ( See ) 

©9 O fl§QI— G9. 9— e I Q<49 G99I; 9iiq_ft G99lj 
Diha ria sahiba gid!^ 9|$9I — 1. Feeling compa- 
M1 =u^t ssion.. 

( mj— 91 s*« qg Gfli 99 9 3§<a ©a g^ ai9 

Qa|Q 9Q a§} 9g Oi^ €9Q I ) 

> \ ^9** G> G99I; 9Q9tg, Q G99I— 
2. Not enduring; intollerance. 

( M — GflG© €9 €110 G9C3 G9^GQ G9 G99 O- 
9gQ q* 9G9 QQQ G99I^l ^W S9«i I ) 
9931— GQ. 9. ( 39QG3 W5 «• €99 6 919 ) — 

Dihapa t. | §<%Qg 935 39^9; Wlfif-1. AH parts 
«t^3 of the body; the whole body* 

- S5R ( 001—31' 9, -qplSIQ 99 91 G<3I€> G9Q^9 
999ia i - f©<3 <a€G9&) 

99 9(9 > aQi^l > I qigi — 2. Health. 


99 S§ 


( qflH-%fl 9931 9Q as ? > 


( •9T1 ) 


§9 W flw 


fei— 69. o— aQQ s»&as| a1$ng£} cwt— 

^'Dika paehijiba Feeling uneasy of the body, 

( saai— SI9 «iq gsi 09 QtociQ 1 ) 
©@ai§t— 3169. ( ei9»i® ) ©— ( qaior ) qo$qt— 

Dihapani The act of bathing; bath (of Rajas). 
{ ST0r— 9§CII9 S^Q WQJSi Q9^ ' ) 

OQaiSt q§qi— fliw. ( «qqi© ) s>— ( qeie ) w©a9 

Dihapani barjhiba gqieiQ — The taking of a bath 

( by a Raja ). 

©§ ffl*— 69. 9— «P9€OTi 99Q OS QQQ £ri«a9i%q 
Diha phSta 6$J€I9G€IS— Chapped skin (a disease). 

©$» Q6> — 69. 9- ( *• 6999G ) — 3I9&19 9Q— 

]3iha baja Bodily strength, 

©QG>§8B— 69. M— 3IS1QQ 9»GQ 90lqiQ — 

Diha balua Possessing great bodily strength, 

©§>9§ai9«l— G9. 9— 69gQ 9QgG^I€l &Q<flOl 91 
Diha baiuapana 9191^51 — Credit of applying 
<j\\ ^$\ sheer bodily strength. 

( W99«8a*— «G*9fO 

Q® QQt G9QI— 69. ^— ^ I 30961 G99I — 
Diha bhlri heba l.JBeing pregnant. 

(99 Q% 6991— agi^a) J i 6999 <te> 9§9i (cqa 

99©8) — 2. Increase of the weight of 

the body # 

* I 6999 2i%3©l 69$ — 3. A feeling of one 

not doing well. 

Q$£9Q— 69. 9. ( «. 69? & 609 ) — 

Diha bheda gq$ CWq^lflfQQQ Sj9*?l ETIS aiS 

9§9I — Discharge of watery substance 
before child-birth 

m 3$$— 69. 9. ( S. €99 6 01. 6969^© )— 
Diha mihanta g|Q^9 QQSS — Physical labour. 

Q<§ fl@$1— 69. WI-flQ*ir- 

Diha mihanti Laborious, 

Q@ q§— 69. 9. ( 39©Qj 3- G99 6 5§ ) — 
Diha munda t> | S^ OTICF — 

" 1. The whole body, body. 
j I ^|g*( — 2, Health 

<0>S>Q<ai— 69. M— 8*l» «^© aQ«|fl9l«9 (91$)— 
Diharakha Loafing. 

WGOStJ 9— 8^931 TO© 9£#l 9I©9 

999*1 / «*%0 9*»^— ^ loafer. 

, 99*M J 


Q$$ S@1<G@)QQI -69- §— G99q L 89!Q9l ( 693 ) 
Diharu chhar^a(rde)iba Deharu chhardaiba(See) 

Q@6Q 09 9«kM— €9.4? (6©fel3 GMI9 91 89919)— 
Dihare thik basiba €IQ9^ ^9* «I1CI <3|Q9I — 
*fft9 fW 3C3 ^*Tl To fit into the body (said of 

S^yT&STCW a dress or ornament), 

Q$GQ 9 8991-69. Q— TO9.S%*J 9 6991 — 
Dihare na lagiba Body not becoming stout 

find strong* 

69. ^ — 9991% 9 3QQO O G991 — 

Not to suit one's constitution or health. 
9£>G9 q#GQ QIQQl — 69- 5-GOI^I Q9C9'fl9l9- 91 
Dihare mundare paiba fl|© <S1IQ9I — 

To get a sound thrashing. 

Q@GQ'qft6Q GQGi^!— G9.« — ©TO© 9MI GQC1QQ9L 

Dihare mundare bhogiba To be subjected to 

the attacks of diseases and the pains 

there of, 
Q@GQ q&GQ 6901— -69. ©— q.9€IQ %qQ 69f9^ 
Dihare mundare heba 6£liq! €J^© G99I — 

State of a girl showing the physical 
developments of puberty. 

G9- §— (9SCI) g^Gi3f9ft^9^ G99I — 

( a youthful girl ) To show physical 

sign of maturity. 

09GQ QQ9I— G9. $ — * 1 (€9f«3 «tl9^) GO?«l99«*^ 

Dihare lagiba G99GQ 90 6 Q$ Q^I90 0Q9I;. 

■nte^t^n 9J qiaQ 9Q9I— L (any food) To 

produce strength and robustness ( in a 

person or animal). 

( saej) — g^ ©Q QSi§« Qsj 4 Gg6Q- §a «iq§, 
aao < ^ ©l $9GQ <a^Qi§ I ) 

> I («tel8 9^Sl) d^QGQ e^o 699! 9t 
G9ISI99I — '^ To touch or to be smeared 

over one's body. 
G9. 9 — S31QQ 9i°S Q§ 6991$ 699 Q.f| 6991 — 
^Tt^ ^>! ffltMl Becoming stout; adding flesh 
Q@6Q @Q! — 69- $ — I \ («fa3 697«l9 9m^Q9§ 91 
Dihare jiba ©g^) 913*19 a^JO 6991 — 

1. Being suited to one's body with one's 
constitution; to suit one's health, 

( gai— <a*i 6si 99GQ saio atf i ) 
^ 1 (9a^ia) (C9T«? ^<a^) g«I«9 9n^Q 39* 

6991 — 2 .{figurative) (any matter) To- 
be bearable to a person. 

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€9 I) 
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Dihalaga (QQ«0 — 1, Personal (servant) render- 
ing personal service to a master. 
> I 996Q W 91 Q$©— 
2. Stuck or attached to the body, 
•©9 QQI(GGl)Q Qlfl Q€J9i— 69. «— SIS1Q9 flStf|9IQ 
Diha laga(ge)i kama kariba as>9 9I#» 9$9I — 
?ft fe ^tewifll To do any work by applying 

?RTO^ *tR *»*WT to it with labour; to work 

3u <3*rt^>T a KT*F ^C*i1 laboriously* 

.$)§£jQ|_ G 9 q^}— g|g§g QqQiq9— Painful to 

Dihasula mind. 

99 g@Qi— 69. Q. (69fa§ 9s^ 69?<a§ 9<«^q)— 

Diha sahiba 39*1 6991 — 1. Being bearable. 
(99t9!0Q| — aGW%9j (3211 — GQI a«!GQ 691 SLa^. 
*ftt3 TO 91© G96SI SSI I 99 9§9 Qlg I) 

/ I aoira^iq 69fa3 9§£[ 69ta§ qi^q gigis 
a£9» 6991 — 2. (any thing) Becoming 
suitable to a person's constitution by 

habit* 
; 0@^©l— 69. W. ($. G99 6 39*0— $M£[— 
Dibasuha Bearable. 

'flfirai (saai— s$696» «n© fli$ «nQ «iq aie si<a 

6SIQ $3391 €9lQa<aSi I) 
9$1«IIQ — 69. *?'"(*. ?)— <> l $G93ISj 9>£ffia. QQGSJj 
DihaSJaka Q§© 96<§— 1- Both of them. 

96S3IQ, 9^9319, 98QWi9™ao«i%a) J I aGGWIiGW— 
^Tl ^t 2. Each other. 

s>9ie>-69. 9. (e. cwig)— «w 010 — 

Dihat Life-time, 

(gai— a«i 9iaiqr w«gq <3Q69i»i Gaa G9IQ 
aiQ 9 3Q 

9§l«— 69. 9 — *. I «n9©9l» — 

Dihati Life-time. 

69. 9 — > I G99iQ (G9«0 — 2. Dehati (See) 
9$ — K f 99l©a (69«) — 1. Dihatia (See) 

3 — 69§j G9g9; %%— By. 

(Oai— 4 GQ«iaS Qifl CS| 091© 691Q SIQ9 9I§ I) 

wmn - gq-'m. tt. 9+9g)— c 1 9*9Saft8o— 
Dihatia 1. Measuring two cubits. 

?$fa > I ^«9i966i 9q$9i (9#)— 

*33«n 2 . Dealt or done with both the hands. 


Q9GT — 69. qS> (^QOQj P$l) — $Q StftWQj QQ^Q— 
Dihiaka Of both of the two (persons). 

(Qgeij 9$s9— ««h%q) 

Q©S— 69. 9<*. {^©QG* ^Sl^Jfi «. 9) — 
Dihinki ^g^. 9QM^; QQq^j ^g^— 
(§§C — a<?H€]P) To both the two (persons j. 

Q@SqG^— 69. W; (§9©^ gS?©Q)— 
DihiakidiheS s. | <^g\ ^69; ^Q©« SU5 1 — 
9§Qf!§69 i 1. Both of them, 

9^6^ > tlOt^q ^ I 8QI9; aGOT^iGQ — 
^§^9G9 ) 2. Each other. 

Dihurda Torch; hand-torch. 

0§$— 69. 9. (« 699»1)— * I S19Q 9GQQI; f99«— 
Dihurdi 1. The chief gate or door of a mansion. 

fi^fV 2 Hand-torch; torch, 

Q@^2D— 69. ^>— ^ I («. «aiQ9) 999^3 6£t flQIQ 
Dihurdia aea<, qaiQ aQ^9l~6<3«— 
CW^wl I. Torch-bearer; the person who carries 
TTHteF=ft a hand-torch. 

J I («. 6Q9»1 Q9S) ^9§IQ Q9Q— 
2, The keeper of the main ga£e. 
69. ©rt. (fllO^SWO'raORi 63 9«ffl€lQ 69^ 
Q<1 — Causing ruin; bringing .about 
the ruin of the family. 
3I69. (jamai M— GOqT 9Q9Q «"q6Q aai 
©9 ai<l — ( a bullock) Having white spot 

on its horns. 

©s^— G9. q«p (<f 99ft gafli 9^; a- 9)— 

Dihen ^69; ^Qy«l9; ggQ^-Bofch. 

^tl [ Q-9G9 91 ^69 «fi?Q ^ — y.fll— Q69, 

^*f tjaft ^g3 I >^l-§§$, §§^ 7 $g§, ^jj(^ | 

*qi— §gc?9iq, ^©^ 9iq i ^ r l— (^r 99^ ad) i 
*fll— 9gc?o^ 9fi«d, ?SQO^ ^)»osf 
^gfijoi^ i ^<|1— 9(^)@or («ii 'qq).i s?<fl~ 

9(9)9© GOQ* (Olfif; OI6Q) I ] 
0€9 ©G9 fH€J9l-69. ■?— 1 1 69f«9 ol^l 91 G^fl 
Dihe dihe mariba (gai— ^Q) «^»fl« 9Q^9i Qfll 
699^^iq 9I9IGQ S9I9 P «l9f— 


w 


{ *2r« > 


W8P 


1. Not i to let others know (by -external 

signs) that one is ill. 

2, To bear the pangs of an illness silently, 
,(51 ( ill^)-«-sq aiQ9i- 

Di (root) To decline; to decay. 

«as v (aiSL)— *— <* i sjac^a GQ9i — 

Diksh ( root ) 1. To advise. 

> I Sfll CQ9I— 2. To teach. 

« I G$tel§ atf 91 5©QQ «« 699l9ICf 393 

$$9) 91 §§£ 699 1 — 3. To consecrate or 

prepare one self for initiation into any 

sacrifice or religious observance (Apte)* 

4, To dedicate oneself for any object 

( Apte ), 

* 1 Sp9l©q 9199^ 9*qff9 SG^asi© ai$3 

QS3Q9I — 5. To inveat a boy with the 

sacred thread ( Apte ). 

9 I «l €99lj jfai%« 6991— 

6. To initiate a disciple into the esotoric 

formula of a sect. 
9 Vsafel 6991; 3$9 ^flO 9Q9I — 

7. To shave one's head ( Apte ). 
r i >saa3iaQ ^91 — 

8. To practise self-reatrainfc ( Apte ). 

SIS9 - s. 9. a°. ( <3»fl ai%.+ 9$. ag ) — 

Dlkshaka t. I q!J3|9lQI 5 Ql$iq%— 1. Spiritual guide; 

spiritual preceptor 

> I §®Q — 2. Teacher; instructor, 
QIQS— S. 9. { ^9 ai§_+£J9. a© )— <3!9I 6991 9$— 

Dikshaiia Initiation; consecration. 

qissflq-a^a. a/. ( <as x aiSL+9& skusj )— 

Dikshasiya qg|Q|QQ sip. 8191% qaiQIQ QQQiq, 
(*m!S^Iq| — $) 699 — Deserving initiation into 

spiritual teaching. 
«. ©— TO I 3I8Q 998; <q!Si9l0696a 691369 
9«t9$9 ^O — Sacrificial ghee. 

-qifll— «, 9- Wa ^1%+^j ill. a)— ^ I 9%90|% m 

Dlksha gMi flC^IOWa-l. Initiation into the 

esoteric mysteries and formulas of 

some religious sect. 

) ! Sffllj ©Q69€l — 2. Instruction; training. 

* . | si© 01— 3. Worship. 


v j . JetQQGQ 3SIQ — 4. Consecration; perfec- 
tion or purity ^attained by vedie, 
'■ K w sacrifice. 

* I $919 9# flSJJIW — 
, 5, Performance of religious rites. 

9 I SKp; «9<tfjTO 9QIQG9 £3^.6991— 
6. Commencement of rites after taking a 
vow engaging in the accomplishment 

of ceremonies. 
9 I 99^91 — 7 « Stimulation, , 
- .j- i 69ta§ 9# siiMa «iC8W«f— 

8. Dedicating one's self to a particular 
object, self-devotion (Apte), 
gQ t 9> _qq. Q^g 4 — The secret. 

s^sia »9 ^ <asi l oooia. qQ90 i 

«iqa— *. $~&$ TO j ^isi+q%)— v i fl%9i©| 

Dlkshaguru qjj. 96$ia69%l q%— 1. Spiritual 
guide or teacher; spiritual preceptor^ 

5 i eagfc aflaios «i% 69?<a§ a#GQ QiSo 

©q§)-^2. Baptist 

<»QI g§a— a. Q. (<asi+g9<a, 9$ ©9>— 4%90i^q<a 

Dlksha grahana 993 — Initiation into the sacred 
mysteries of a religion with the help 

of the preceptor, 

««9— «. 9.— ( <3isi=sa@+2i$=siaiao )-si9Q2i» 

Dlkshanta gqj^© g H Q9l 3&9IQ flicf G9Q sat 051 

gaiQ at awia ©qgw— a supply 

mentary sacrific done to atone for 
the defects of the principal sacrifice 

<SSI9€>— 3. 9. (9%\ ®9?-«l+?®i St« Q99)— 
Dlksha pati 69IS — The Deity soma. 

<m® - a. 9<n. 9?. t^ia+9^. ©) - 1 1 wigs — 

Dik3hifca 1. Initiated into a religious tenet. 
-> I §91319 — 2 * I nsfcructe( 5- 
« I *W ©516Q e«^S 91 QS^ — 

3. Consecrated with a view to offer 
vedic sacrifice; prepared for a sacrifice . 

v I a&HQQS 9ig C9k§ a^GQ <M QIQH9I- 

4. Baptised' 
G9. 9.— Sl8Q (69«)— Dikhite (See) 

<aS©i— a. w. ti (^se+^l. a)- ^09 dKr — 

Dik shitS Feminine of Dikshita, 

(9991 — %1) ^1 9«§ — Initiating a desciple. 


<»$£> 


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3. -9 ! . Q?.*— fl^g^— Spititus> preceptor. 

M*W. 9. (sr. q8te)— t i 'aa?Q 5i^or 9€aiai* 

w Dfkfrita 9GSIS — 1. A family title of Brahmans 

- *r1fo\s who or whose ancestor have performed 

$fy<X vedic sacrifices. 

(93©— aoi^r) * i agi (GQ96$) aiq^q 9Gsiai$ 

©C3S — 2. The family title of a sect of 

Panda Brahmaiias engaged in the 

service of idols. 

<n§ - sq. 9. (a. oisfei)— 99 cwa— 

Dighi A big tank. 

^fcft stasia. qci9o 1 

oiy (ai%)— a. *f%-sif alQ9i— 

• Didbi (root) ... : To dazzle;, to glitter; to shine. 
q$©-*. 9. (^£14+99.*©)— < 1 Q& ©Qs— 

Didhiti 1. Ray of bright; beam. 

> I «€Q0— i Light. 

* I Q$ filQI — 3. Splendour; lightness, 
v I 2l£r © (§- a^qiGiQ)— 4. Finger. 

«By0fll^-a. 3. (QklQ+W ad«. fl^ tfli. 19.) — 
£)|^jL|im|n g<3l9S|ft1- qjfc— The eiin. 
«. ■Si^r-')0^fl|«H-Dazzliiig; shining. 

Din-dSr 1, Devout 

(QiqpKI— 3) 
flie - «. 8tf. qf. Coi ai£ sq aiQ9i+9<£i. 9) - 

Bina ^ \ 9Q9/, qQQj aa^Q-l- Poor; indigent; 
(Wl— $) penniless. 

(<31Q9fc 09^-9) -> i «qq gg— 

2. Needy; destitute. 

* I 9I9Q Perplexed; afflicted. 

ssa o*e» gft s>gq acse& roeifile $10399 ©9 1 

■* I G€IIOH — 4, Pitiable. 

5r Sorry, grieved; melancholy 
9 I ^8Q— 6. Deficient; wretched; lowly. 
5> I £^; S$9j 9i|%» — 

7. Distressed; agitated, 
r 1 $g ; <3|© — 8. Afraid; frightened; timid. 
''(SI q«-9. Thin. ^ 
*° I saqgig — lO. Decayed; fallen into decay. 


H.\ 9S19j SIQaS} 9S — ll. Very humble. 
9. — ©SlQ erfi^ — A kind of flower; (Tabernae- 

• montana coronaria.) 

(SIO, *Q6QQ— aQH^.9; G9. 9.— QiQ9«^Q 819^39 

(^191, S!0*l, ^©211— aQIQqa) ©19 ffjg— A name by 

which Dinabandhuis called in 

fond ness. 

QIO^S QIQ— 6Q. 9 (Olfl)— V I 6§>SI1Q ©g©9 giolo 

Dina krushna daaa 99 — 1. A classical poet of 

Orissa.. 
[<§— < ©9 qg WQ9W1 9€* ©Qtf 69J9J 
QTOGftidj Oflqia ^€19©, 9!QS|gl G9IQQ 9QQ 
^v <2i|J C^gO o QOffl QQ9CQ I GS «BQ€I €QI9l9 

©e«3 sag-si^ 99 ?JGQ I 

-> I "QgftSi 9C{ »M QlOte 9|Q§ $9— • 

2. Name of another poet of Orissa. 

[5 — <9|£? 9©IQT ©M 5IMJ99 I < 9IQG9 Q939 
91 ^^ i S>9fl, 9IGWQ Ml 49fiCQ«1l ff^ ^ag 
9G««l,9 I <391SJr «99 Q9!G9G» q«CQ, ©^SQ 
Sl§«1 ^Qg fl^LQ «QQ <Q<3^ fimeQ «Q9I§S> 
Q^IQ^Q I •«« «Q^eQ q$ ea q9CQ Q§?J€ft I 
<9tfi?Q SJWi Olfl %1 9W 991 ao9? §< I <^IQT 

o©« sg5*tff«qr ©w aai:— Qwrow, gjawioQ,.. 
a&iiaQ, aq®3isiQ, 9§5iifiiQ, Q^ll«, l^WQ, 

^9SICIQ f 9gaigi€lQ, ^9^53, QI9S9ft, IpQQQ, 
m%, fi>IQ91W9», ©1^9^! 9Qj Clteeai9Q t9€f, ■ 

9°e G9ia^, eaefliw sq, 4$4ri4 oQ©ai, 

<TO9I— e- 9 ( ^ff+Q^IGa. CI )— 1 I C§9^ Q1G>^9; 
Dlnata ' QIQ^' — 1. Poverty; indigence. 

(QQQ— Sl^^%a) ^ I 9$taj ^8<21 — 2- Affliction; 

sorrow. 

• I WS9I3 Q^iqooi — 

3. Perturbation; distress, 
v 1 99*19 99£|— 4. Humility. 

<qiTOqi9— S9. 9« (9»1^«^9^) (*• «*>^|$)— 3««ll 
Dinadayala 6Q© 3© *&% (W9ICW 9Ga ( 3^I)— 
Wl HH^t^i Compassionate or kind to the poor^ 

f tHg q re (an epithet of God) 


«8GQ^I§ 


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Dinaday&lu #9 991SJ9 (fi^WW 9Ga<3«)— - Kind 
to the poor and distressed, (an epithet 

of God). 

qQ$tdl — W. '^ ( <K?iaGSW S999 Wi s. **? 6 

Dlnadufekhl 9W1I)— a© 98«il — Very poor; 

indigent; poverty-stricken. 

S3. S? (Q$QOQ) — QSiQ^%QI — The poor, 

«il»G>ia— 3. §— ( <W+W* ?$1 ©c ) — M 9?a1»9 

Dinanatha tyd|. QQ99 Q|Q9 («*$« SQ a^ji*) — 

1. Protector of the poor; shelter of the 

indigent (an epithet of God). 

? I QQ9IG— 2. God. 

GQ. <?.9! — CQQQ Q|q— Name given to males, 

<3IQQQ— 3. 9 4 N. Q— S1M2J ( W« ) 

Dinabandhu Dinanatha ( See ) 

%QQ® Ql«— G9- 5* (W*) — Q$3Q QS^l $^(31 99^ — 
Dinabandhu Dasa The name of an old Oria 

poet. 

^GQ ^ OiQN gig* «Q I 

©IQfll— Qg© 9I§©1 QQ9IS I ] 

qi©Q&Qq— GQ. 9 (ow) — S?S« Q^ffiosi qpi 6gi©l9 
Dinabandhu Raya 99" — A feudatory chief who 

was also a poet. 
[Q— S>G3 Cl$tp|© QQI I 'qaiQ^Otf OlflGQ «fl < 
gg. <9|Q^|q Q©9 G9IQKO I ] 

OIQtiil — §§» SHgW QQ9ft I] 

<3l9«lQiaQ— «. w. 9-° (<a©+q©+ «<&* ?il 6*qi ©©;) 

Dinabhabapanna sjq«i^ 9IQG* 91 q$gj QlQQigig- 

Very much afflicted or distressed; reduc- 
ed to a state of utter wretchedness. 

<g]Qas>is— a. w fr$^Si w+^Q) — 9*q©si©»— 

Dinamanak Mentally affllicted; melancholy. 

Q1Q9JQ — 3. Q4 (<©i&©ra© 39GQ w) — a®<*$ QIO— 

Dinahina Poverty-stricken; much afflicted; 

poor and lowly. ' 

«>i— a. 9. $1— *S9i— 

Dina ; A she-mouse. 

tt. $. $1 — GIQQ %|QO^ ^01— Feminine of 

Dina; afflicted _ 

j<a»iQ- 3. 9 ( SL fi - 9te 9©i&SR- *• ^I8= a ^ 

Dinara Q991^ fliq©lj 3. <M + q 8|%— 3I9I QftS^L 
WaWi cmo 9391 -i-9#. a) — t 1 $#$513 
9Q^^— 1. A gold coin. 




? j g£oq|— ~ 2. Gold ornament. 

• 1 gi©1© qq©q ?|9iQ qi Seq^Eidi^eM 

(a^QG^I^)— 3. A kind of necklace used? 
in ancient times in India. 

v I ©S 91 «/ 9© 3Q§© S4— 
4. A weight of 32 ratis. 

[ q— <3M9 oifl© 96 6 G9fo qoj QQGqa 6 

8l3s4 -«{|€Q 9G€^q9GQ ©§§JQ I q«MKMIIW 
099^3991 -€g"% TOIQ OISW "rtqgi QQSG9 

91 ^ GQIOI, «Q9Q? ^SQ QQOGQO^^I ^^1^ 
SIQ^GQ^y SIOlQ QIQGQ ^QIQ OI«IO q^i O^Q I 
^9iq g«9 aa$ i"giolo GQTO^IG© WIQ^ 

*31^— GQ. 9. (aQqa9) — ^Q9«^ 0109 Sm^ OlQQl 
Dinu gjg— A name by which a person named 
(Qlff, QG9Q — aShQEI) Dinabandhu is accosted 
(TOI, sa©rf» ^C3* — MWqab %a) in fondness. 

Dip .root) 1. To glitter; to shine. 

j | qqqi — 2. To barn; to be lighted. 
* I 2IGP$Q QQ9I — 3. To adorn; to grace. 

<3IQ-«. 9. ( QIQ ai^+Q^- « )— ■ " : 
Dip* ' \ | BlGQ^iaMj g^lEH-1. A lamp. ' 

fW > I ?IC«|Q— 2 - A 3i g ht - 

^tar * i g^Q 6 9«qi ^i^laiGQ 90/891 siaiQ — 

3. An oil lamp, 
v 1 e§^9l 9«Q Q3| -4. A burning flame 

x i (oaaieT) (go?«9 qo pi cnora goia qq> 

gqaifiil 9**^ — 5. (figurative) A glorious 

person. 

§<i 1 aai— G3 « qpqia 1 ] 

(3. §la)— glO— An island. 

ff. ©tit— ^ I 99I9!9 ; WI^O OG^-^ 
1. Illuminating/ 


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;r?.*-.-2. (figurafcive)GIorious;brtfliant; glorifying. 

ma§»a s»i»—go. o-eaoi ooo^i osn< so 

Dipa ar^iS pfrhStda ai9l9 — Name of a hill near 

Chilka. 
[ S— <9I ©QO! §00 ©0*G0 «Q|[© I OGQ> 

<9J0 QGqGOaGQ aao gaGQ C«if< soiggqa 
o§gsa «o ooiq gggco giwgo oqgoi «0i»<4 

«flG<3« GO«jaiQSi<a I gio|9 G0J«>»ag|O<£ OOi 
■flqp, SalGO 01* GO«|%$q I . 

ew« — giote q$q I ] 

©Jpaka i i Sft^oiooj qSoq— . 
1. Illuminating. 
■. .. $ I 0(00; 3191 ©I© 9^—2. Inflammatory. 
;• I €«H$©09— 3. Radiant; splendid. 

* I gOlaOj Qf^Q — 4. Lustrous. 

* I £1101 nsff 0914 — 5. Illuminating. 
9 I QOlao— 6*. Inflaming; irritant. 

9 I QG^OO — 7. Exciting. 
r I $1$0IQ0 — 8. Digestive* 

* * QOioo* 91 Oiiaiio^iq ad" goiao— • 

9; Illasfcra*ing; v e£pounding. 

* I 9W tISQflOOGSS — 3- Name of a 

figure in rhetoric, isonsisting of 
elegance in expression. 

^£jiaoo ^9 QSJGfi* QfU ago 6 aggo O^O <Q 
il$l«W Of® GOGQ QaOlQQflO $<! l] 
" ■ v| g<csa — 4. Lamp. 

* I fiM; Qioaar— 5. Hawk; Faleo Nisug. 
9 I Oilflhl 6 00Q<SI ggQfllOQft QUA— 
6 Title of various descriptive books and 

commentaries. 
5> I OgQltal (Q. SOSISIO) — * 

7. *the crest feathers of a peacock. 

r i sicrloo oaocss— 

8. Name of a tune in Hindu music. 

- -[o,— <W Sit© €}%Q q&iNt SflsjGO GOIQfiOlO 0<|; 

©qq <3iaaio o© QGoi o?fl£jsg ©a oew© qisjo 


QIOGS^ <g QQ9 OQQ »0|a 0^ 9%«^%.G9IQ 
SK^tO OQ^GO I ] 

go. 9-— f »©© oacaieiqSQ ao )— sraros 

OI5IO QQai^ — Phosphorus. 

Dipaka brukaha 1. Lamp-stand. 

J I ^19 — 2. Chandelier; 

qao&Ql— a. ©.— (£$1 ©o 5 oia+o«ot) siao §«n— 
Dipa kajiks The flame of a candle. 

■{oaoSlj Qiao «p— aoi^o) 

<319©* — st. o.— (qa + s>|, GGteio qq, £<|1 oo)— 
Dipa kifia Qialtalg q$q $»| 9 | $<g» qqj— 

Lamp black; soot; collyrium. 

agonal — 3. 3.— qaoToci. oqqi (§. aoqisiQ)— 

Dipa ktipi The wick of a lamp; 

*3ia©«i — go. § (a. OT+^so)— ^ i ^ ©iq^ oi*— 

Dipa jal5 1. The burning of; a lamp or candle, 
9 tQOOIOOl o^ — 

2. The lighting of a lamp. 
<Q1Q 916)01— GO. 4?. — K I ^QGO S^ 90ai_g OQOI — 
Dipajaliba 1 To light a lamp; to kindK a lamp. 
#M sffafa 9 i g^i^g sj€i;Q9|j soooiqr a««IGO Oi 

fNstsrr^T ^Q3i ©g^ tea oi org ^4qqq m<& 
Qia eoi(efi)ooi 1 ^<g gogo ogi oiqoi- 

^d Wte^aoi J ^ To light a wick before 

a Deity just at eve. 

;^i(^m^l^^^^t^4a 01 
^oacgg cooi o^ sola oqoi— 

3. To publish the fact of a trader having 

become insolvent, 

[ S— 3W GSQ §G0a1 90IOO5IJGO GOOI^Sffl 

G0W5« G9AiG0 Otq 0151 00 OQ. GOIOIOGO 

$m< ^€iqOI Qia fi»IQ^G^ I 0191 so# g^giaio^i 

»l9 SIG^GQ G9 G9 GQO GOflGl^O GOQ& I ] 

qiao — gi. (ao«) o— ^9 ( go« ) 

Dipata Dlpta(See) 

Qao^— a. o. ( qip+o% qao o^aio^)— 

- Dlpataru <> | qia^,,. ^9,^^. g^ aw _ ^ 

(Qiaaioa— aoiq^i) 1. Lamp-stand. 
> 1 o§ g^a w^Tq $9— 
2. A chandelier with several branches 

for setting lamps on. 


4PQ 


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Plpati Dipti ( See) 

<310<$§|— 0IGQ. (©$©) § WQ§ ( G3«l ) 

DipadaSrdi Dipadatuji ( See ) 

OQQfJJ — £|IC9. (SI©1Q) 9— $99$ ( G9« ) . : 

Dipadanda. Dipadandi ( See ) " 

qi9<Q>§— gq. $> < a. gla+9fj ) — saQfjV ( G9« } 

Dipadandi Dipadandi t See ) 

g89l§ ] xxx <]qcci %€<? e§wsi <rog gg i 

<3l§9l£j J 

■<3i9QiQ— «. © . ( caa+w^ ^1 oo )— 

Dlpadana £ | (siai9£)1 9IS1IQS9 asiw^ 91^9 §<s>) 
§9^ QQQSGQ G99©l$r ©196© 91 0© 
SQW ©I3G© 3sa<31Q CQ|Q gj,^ Qg9Q| 
©$f — 1. Ceremonial offeringof lighted 
lamps to the Deities op manes on certain 
* ^jneli^ionB occasions. 
? I ©l§}9 ff$^Q 91G3I9© 9,© ^qRG9 9$ 

^^--JGfi>tQ Q$p ©QQl ©3— 
jf. The ceremonial offering of lamps 
during the month of Karttika, 

( aai— sia©i© ©i§jqgq gqt© g© toqq $3$ 

© ©G© I ) 

• I $Q$m 9h^© <5I©G© qgO ©91 ©9S1 

G9I© 9^© ™ ©Ss©^ ©g9©i ©&< 8; 
€I9$1©© ) — 3 « ^ ritual consisting of 
offering a lamp held in the hands of a 

dying person 

<3ia©1© -G9. 9. i#- qa+W? )— 2IQQ 91 q©l qqcjG© 

Dlpadani GQ9©I^ 9GJ&91GQ -9«i9§© Q3 £3$ 

^qa^ft QISGQ Q$!JaiQ2ll<l— A lamp-stand for 

holding a lamp which is waved 

before an idol during worship. 

mm — a. q— ^©t ( &** > 

Dipadhwaja Dipakittfa ( See ) 

qia©— a. ©• ( <ak ai^apg. q8 ai^+q©. a© ) - 

Dlpana t I S©l€l©— 1. Illumination; shining. 
^ I £^©©—2, Exciting. 

* I gJQlTOi ©OIQ9I— 

3. Igniting; setting on fire. 
v I G©999!€1— "4. Radiance; effulgence. 


* r odqcT^^eqeo ©§ *$&$$ ©q©9i «tf» 

5. Stimulating the appetite a«£promofcing 

^;^ ^digestion. 
£ I 3q©§$l — 6. The tuft of feathers on the 

head of a peacock* 

r i ao9^ e 9 a<aa— 

8. A tonic stimulating digestion. 
3 I ©ISSQ (GQ9)— ,.;., 

9. Kasamardda ( See ) 

10. The root of the Tagara plant, ;U 
« I q^jfl — 11. Saffron. 

*■> I fl$© ©«CTI? 3319% <J©9Q— 12. One ot 
the 10 consecrations of an esoteric 

formula. 

[ Q^<39l ^ ©GQ fl^ 9^ % < Ql§ — §. €15?- 
QIQQ | ] 

13. The act of purifying mercury for th e 
seventh time for medicinal purposes. 
Q«a— t. i { +Q(|. ag ) qgqqSJ?- qqIqo— 

1. Exciting; stimulating. 
J I ^OQ9/Gl©5 <?I99— 

2. Combustible; igniting. 

*» I Gai^OQ©— 3. Beautious; lustrous. 
9 I ac? 9<^9; flB^QIQQ-4. Digestive; helping 
digestion; stimulating the appetite. 

'tUQG^ifl— - «. ^. ( sia+ew; 9^\ ©© )- A, Mia©o09i— 

Dipanirbana 4- Hifflp being extinguished, 

Dipanirbapana The act of putting out^df a lamp. 
<31Ga - «. ©. tf. { qas + $ ) — K J Gfl^— 

Dipani 1. A condiment; Fenugreek; Trigonella 

Poenum Grecum. 
> I q^d— 2. A caraway; the bad barley, 

Dipanlya v | «qjaffG9IGhi — 1. Fit to be lighted or 

ignited, 
-> I QG^e© G99I G3iQi— 

% Fit to be stimulated or excited, 

* I 919^ — 3. Combustible. % 

Dipaniyagana 1. The caraway^ the bad barley* 


WMR 


( *9rr y 


qai99^ 


PJpamatf^ri PhSnas (See) 

Si9§»9J ° Qaieia.«Bi i 

qtaaiQQ— a. 9* (« + wMfy-^qro^ ( gqo ) 

Dipapadapa Dipataru (See) 

qraqa-a. 9 (oia+qjRj 943I to)— <&$© acogqg<i 

DipapuHja gqiaj aoqQfliQi — Bows of lighted 
qmStefftl 7 ^ M ^„ 3am P s arranged artistically. 

wqji —a. 9 — ©asp * «a— 

Dipapushpa The Michelia; champaka (flower and 

tree). 

«6QGl— 69. 9«— A UQMW) G«!9IS9a (9^)— 
DipapelS 1. Flattering (person). 

act at$$i caaeaa, <] eg* atf ai« aitf qq — ©a i 

Wl| 6 Q&1IO «l9Gai90 9G9— Z.Slavish- 
" ly subservient. 

9— v \ wqAw^ 339 999iai<5 «£$ a$- 
fl?i 999i$i G9©9i ; siaG9©9i— 

1. Trimming of a lamp. 

> 1 ea$ 9i6$iq qia gmw— 

& Sttefc or pick ub©4 in trimming the 

wick of a lamp. 

• I (qm\£) W $*§ Q 3$. 9I&GQ a9G9i9©- 

3. ( figurative ) Slavishly following or 

approving of a person's acts and words, 

oia gq^qi— gq. £— otq a<at^s«iQ 0391310" aai9 

Dipa peliba «$, ©QIQ939I aiQ* QK3GQ 09q^> 
«l#M 1W1 9991$, «J 91 enqpGQ €999! — 
fa^FI fe^ H*&t To trim a lamp. 

( <5ia G9©9h-a9M%a ) 
caa^s-a. 9. ( Sia+Q<a )— oiao^( G9« ) 

. Dipabiuksha , Dipataru ( See ) 

qaflioi - e. ©. ( ■aa+sifti; ?%1 «©.)— 

Dlpamala *. | <aaq$ ( G9S ) — 

( <3tasi|QS?|— Wi^q ) 1. DipapuHja ( See ) 

> 1 qsiqq acQieGas ( &cog ) — 

2, A metre of ten syllables: 

<*a9g$sa-G9. 9— 9i$«i ©o$9$l ©301309 gqi?<3 

Dfpamundia ai9l$; ^Q tt^aa 0191^— A hill on 
the bank o^ Chilks lake near 

BalugaB 


[ 9— SCT 1 €>$OICQ G9IQ9 0©9tG9C» <W 
9909%G3 9f9§9 G9Q3Q I 9^91© <1 Q19I9 

$aGQ to 3^99 ggiik 939 sis — qaiQQ<si a§i.. 

WKjd — 3. 9. ( 013+^9; #><$1 99 K )-<wiqs."( G9« ) 
Diparaji DipapuHja ( See ) 

<3I9$€!I— G9. 9. ( 3. 013^ ©q,l 013901 )— Q^a Q«T 
Dlparukha 99|Q aat9, 8a^S?— Lamp-stand. 

Qia9«i| ) oiocjfli 9iq9 eqcjtin «»g^ 

QqQOI ' J TO<, Sl qg?>^ QQ^9 9099* QOja^— 

s%$®% ©a i 
«I9€i®— ^. 9. ( £<1 0©j OT+fl^, ©OQ QiaGQ «o9 
Dlpasatru oqlgg* ^|q S99l% )— 99CT; Ga|99 ; . 
Q9(Gai9— Flying insects; moths. 

<3Q«ftlQ! — ^. 9. ( qa+aOKM; 9%\ ©9.) ^ I ^QQ 

Dlpasalaka 9Q^,G9©9i 9IO i G9WI9l<3; QiaGaq- 

1. A pick used in pushing out or^trimming 

the wick of a lamp*- 
> \ Q2ft§Q — 2. Match-stick. 
«36*l— €T. 9- ( <aa + S«ij ^1 99^)— 

Dlpasikha ^ | 99^9! g^lOQ ^1^9 &U; «9*9I — 

1. The flame of a burning lamp. 

* I oia£tai%Q3i9 Q^,C 5 <3ia99l— 

2. Lamp-black. 

* i ©991 qia% $891 m ( g. €is??ii99 )— 

3. Smoke from a burning lamp. 
qgSfiTQI— *. 9. ( QKI+WOI; 9$ 99)— 

Dlpasxunkhala Qaqs ( GQS ) — 

Dipapufija ( See ) . 

«efirtl— «. v> ( <aa+€fldl ) — ^aqjsC C9« ) 

Dipasreni Dipapufija ( See } 

QQiyiQ— ^r. 9- ( OT+aaiQ* ^1 99 v )— oia^ai— 

Dipadhara Lamp stand. 

<sasis»9l— «. 9. ( *qi to; ^a+ae^+il. a )— 9i§9 

Dlpanwita SS1|9I^I ^QGQ 9^991 ^3919 SJQ9— 

The ceremony of lighting lamps on 

th e night of the ne wmoon of 

Kgrttika 

Qigi9fll-ff. 9. ( Q3+a!9» )— ^ I WU.( G9« ) 
Dlpabali 1. DipapuHja ( See ) 

J I 9l€lli99 013199 "asll9l^l— 2. The new- 
moon day of the month of Margasira. 

* I 9!@9 85!l9W , il^"2. The new-moon day 

of the month of Karttika 


<OT9» 8fl|9ISHI 


( »^T(3 ) 


Dipabali amabasya 1. The uew-moon day of the 

month of Margasira. 
[ Q— W §Q q9gS!G9 GWiW^GQ qalQOl 

gcji»© qqsj 6 ociQiej sspqgq qehqoI q^q $<i i ] 

2. The new-moon day'of Karttika (month*). 

aio i < q<? wn sgq diQ eqgro <S Sogqqq' 
otaQiQ 9qsi<i 6 qw qawo^ig %31qq Qqaio i 

fl|%&JP *^S>GQ €@oq§ WIQQ 9l§$S9l* 99 
GM6Q WH9IOT WSh? GSWGQOTWI gig G9IQ- 

Sjggi i <igaicf Cgft^iGQ w < w wkvq qQ9 

«I«(«D— *. 9- ( OT + «0 = q55?} ?<l ©© )— 
Dipali(Ii) <3iai9$ ( G<»« ) 

ift«1t^t Dipabali (SSee ) 

- %tet$t G$. ©-1-.CQI9I G9IQq9l aif^ssQ eu go- 
CTgtl? #1*1 A sirall lamp made of earth and 

f£{4|9T burnt 

Dip^li amSbssya Hjg|9ig<i|— The new-moon 

of the month of Kartika. 

m®\ — *. 9. ( qiae+oj. n )— 
DipifeS t. i atei gg^sg — 

1. A commentary; a title of annotation 
off various books ( e.g. Astrology 

Grammar ). 

> I QG,eQdj GOifll— 2. Moon-light. 

3, Name of a sub-tune in Hindu music, 
v l 2SGQ9 — 4. Light; a torch. 

. * 1 Gilt ^9 — 5. Small lamp, 

«r. est. ( qfte+sJ- » )— Qta«Q 9} 6*Gr — 
Feminine of Dipaka. 

The Otkal Djpika, th'e oldest Oriya 

weekly paper published from the 

Guttack Printing Company and started 

'■*■'■ by the late Eai Bahadur Gouri 

; • „ Sankar Roy. 


Dipita ^ | g?|Q© — 1. Ignited- kindled; set fire 

to, lighted; illuminated. 
J f QSSje® ■'—2. Excited; inflamed. 
* I flQlU© — 3, Manifested. 
W. ( 89«i ) 9<a — t I GSiQO— 1, Adorned; 

decorated. 

<?|Q« ^Si of ft? *Q 9§ QOO 

QSCqcg- eQGQ<aSQ©iq I 

5 I S>qs$ — 2. Appointed; fitted-up. 

- QGQQ.Q5. C9GQ<gaSQ!q I 

m I Q9 ft— $. Bright; shining_ 

<3@©t— ?J. Q«. q?. ( <3)8C; « ai^—019" 9Q9I + ©(|„ 

( Q§31 — aj ) .1. Illuminating. 

■? I g^l€l9 — 2. Illuminating; elucidating. 
<3ia$— 91. V- (W) («. «Oig) — Q§ ( G93 ) 

Dlpiti B[pti ( See } 

Dlpiba sag 6991; G©9 91 aGQ9 G99i— 

To be ignited or lighted; : to radiate 

heat or light. 

Dipta ^ 1 g^QQj ©§^91—1- Burning. 

? I WqflQI— 2. Blazing. 

^ I *m^9§j q^Q— 3. Luminous; radiant; 

ft " lustrous; bright. 

v I $>§[_ 4 Burnt. 

ff. 9— t I 3<?— 1. Lion. 
3 I %&— 2. flold. 

* I g^O^S. Vermilion; cinnabar; red 

orpiraent; sulphide of mefrcury. 
0199— «. ©- ( qg-H!6& © )-^5— 
Dlptaka - Gold. 

Diptajihwa Q§tg«1; €aiOl9GM — 

A she-fox said to emit light from her 
., ■ mouth; Ignis Fatuee. 

Diptapingala ^5l§ )— 

* 4 (9§5l§) ^^ —1 . Lion. 


«*r 


Qfl<W 


( «9do 


oiaiflio 


- 5 I (e&ioq) q^q Saws'— 

2. Bright tawny colour. 

Of a bright tawny colour- 
^QQ — 3. %. ( ( 5l9= < 31§q§4-Q9 ) — 

Diptarasa «. | ( 9§Ql§ ) ©21$ ©21 OlQ — - 

1- Earth worm. 

2. Bright juioe. 

Djptalochana ^ | §^ — 1. The cat. 
J | 9i<3— 2. The' tiger. 

[ §— awe* q©€Q <ifliMr ^3 £§»§ G9tQ 

3. Eye redened with anger. 

$<a - 1 1 ( 9§§1§ ) qqo ©asa^— 

1. Having bright eyes, 
2. Having reddened eyes. 

Diptaloha <j|Sl^ ) — w°3i; SI°Sh — Bellmetal (an 

alloy of copper and zinc). 


Diptahutasa 


a 1. Blazing fire. 

* i e©Q ©a — 

2. Burning fire. 

Diptamsu The sun. 

Diptaksha gg)— «qigcQO^ (C9«)— 

Diptalochana (See) 

Diptagni t. | (©$©1$) acig q© — 
1. The sage Agasti. 

* I (©tfai) ©93©! ©a* — 2. Blazing fire. 

* I SliS<8 fiOqoo-3. Sharp appetite. 
9<a— t> 1 sis soqgoQa^— 1. Of good 

digestion; able to digest, any food; of 

sharp appetite. 

J I «%w$ sa|$ — 2. Very hungry. 

Q€HCr— *. ©tf. (qQ+aO)— <> I (^§1§) CftO CW 
Oiptanga q\q ^gsj —Having lustrous body. 

€>— <. I ©|9— 1. Peaoock. 

* l (©tfaj) $$© G99^*2, Shining body. 


«IIM> — «. q 6 ©«. (sig+aa©)— qsio (««) 

Diptanala Diptagni (See) 

1 Q9— £. ©. (Qi8 ai^+Q9. ©)— « I CCil^i G«S?«5 
Dipti ^qq|— 1. Badiance; lustre; brightness; 

luminosity; brilliance, 
> I <£*©; Qlfk €Qig— 2. Beauty; loveliness. 

* I a^j SQ —3. Splendour; glory. 
' v| qoqi — 4. Bell-metal. 

* I Q9i — 5. Lac; shell-lao. 
? I afc<a«— 6. Light. 

qq # § — ^ 1 ^ffltjp — 1. Prosperity; affluence. 

> I c€Q«W — 2. Good fortune. 
<31§QQ — 9. §6). q?- ( 019 +$Q; Q39<? O© )— 

Diptikara v I ©ISSgaiff; C©lfflj G^iS!©,© — 
(Q1£J$S1 — $1/ 1 Glittering; bright; lustrous, 

luminous; effulgent. 

> I $1&©IQ© — ^. Conducive to digestion 

(Apte). 

«|flq- «. m. v. (^+si©*iGei"flq)— <af «q (to«) 

Diptimaya Diptikara (See) 

(Qigflql— ^,1 
<51§fll^— 3. W ^L°. (<aC + ag BOT, »,j tfll. ^9J — 
Diptiman Qig'QQ (€Q5|J — Diptikara (See). 

<a9€flo- «. q«. q?. (^+q§iea c , €fla)— 

Diptisila Ql^^€l (6Q«l) — Diptikara (See) 

(^ata-^1) 

Diptopala Sun-stone; crystalline lens (Apte). 

Dipya Q0©GSllCh— 1- ^ *° be ignited^, 

inflammable. 

> \ WflOIQ© — 2. Digestive (Apte). 

q. qf-^^. 1 qja€}€i'3ll— 1. The tuft feathers on 

the head of a peacock . 
5 I q«B6i1— 2. Caraway seed, 
an 1 qq— 3. Wite cumin seed. 

** I QQOSI — 4. The matted hair of R'idra 

(Apte). 

5* A kind of creeper. 

Dipyamana caiQfllO; qigalQ; ©t^3fllQ— 
(QlEhQIQI— ^?) Shining; brilliant; lustrous; 

radiant. 


<*3 


( ™9tl ) 


^«a« 


qg— a. 9<a. (QiGai^-hSKf.. Q) — ^ i qgaiol — 

Dipra 1. Radiant; shining. 

-? I SIS- — 2. Pointed. 
<% t $ — aQ — Fire. 

«aq«io— a. ewi. (91 aiSL+©tf-. as)— 9i9t 9a j3iq»s-- 

Diyamana Which is given away, 

Dirgha ?. I (99£j 6 389I$6Q) Q^l — ' 

1. Long- (in space and time); reaching 

far 
9 I GQCTI— 2. Tall. 

* I Qfi— 3. High; lofty. 

"* I 9§®5 a$© — 4. Excessive. 

5. Extensive; extended; spacious. 
£ I q^- 6. Heavy. 

9 I 9§3; $W; 99 — 7. Great; large; big. 
r I 9S9i99«hq1 —8. Extending over a long 

period. 
t I CiSiQ <©*#)— 9* Deep (breath). 
9— «. I (9<H9Qtf) 9 flipl a€$Q TO9$. qj^q* 
^flijp ^— 1- Long vowel, 

<aai-a f «, $, 3, ^ «*, 6, a 
j i (.wmot) as, 9s% %qi 6 9sq3— 

r 2. The names of tho 4th, 6th, 7th, and 

8th signs of the zodiac (lion, virgin, 
balance and scorpion). 
"* I Q% ^ — ^ # Camel. 

4. Distant future; the end; the long run. 

* I Q©1919 Cl£ — 5. Name of a wild tree. 
■69. 9 — <■ I G^Q* — 1- Lsngth. 

q$q a$-s? e«€© cad's© a**— es^aagtoj i 

» i gi©1o eaaiQ?Gera— 

2. A kind of boat used in ancient India. 

[<g— 6SJ9Q9IS *q$9sj©q£ "«fGQ <?is>9Gas 

99$<a 9%9m I M9$— fllOlQ Qg© I ], 

4a^9«l — a. 3«- « I <a<a+9^ ©5^$ )•«** €99 q©i 

Dirghakantha (©ft) — Long-necked (animal); 

<31Q9Qi9 1 having a long neck. 

•q4g$Qj^ Q ^ a <?— -99 ajal— Indian crane; 

_ Axdea Nivea (bird). 


QQ ©Ift— *. 9 « ( qi<5+9l§j 9$q£ ) — ^^ *$ 9I 
Dirgha kanda a | fill G^— Long-stemmed; having 

a long trunk. 

69. tf— e. 1 9gQ 9l9ltf1— 1- A long story. 

15WG ^ 1 Q9©9^aiQi waai; 91QS1Q1 - ■ .. 

2. Much ado. 

«f 9I6W3 — 69. 9 — qatf ca« — 

Dirgha kamodi A. tune. 

[5 -g© ©6« 69l\9^|9i l] 

<3iG9iq— a. w. 9! (<a#+9iq sai9!Q5 99SL6) 6©eri- 

Dlrghakaya Tall in stature. 

(QK39iq|— 4C 
QIGQIO- *. 9 (01^+919; 9&11)— 9§91» — 

Dirghakala Long time, 

owa ©H -a. 9 (9&j|j <as+9i<|)— 99I — 

Dirgha kashfcha Beam. 

«f 699 —a. '©«. " q? CM + 693 3I9IQ; 9$^§) - 
Dirgha kesa 319IQ 91© fi%4 — Having long hairs; 
<4^ J «MM long-haired. 

9 -Q%— Bear. 

<ad a©— a. © <9$g,§; qrf+a©) <tej q*j- 

Dirgha gati Camel. 

<ad €jl9— a- 9<a- ^C (^+919) gi^iQj 95^8)— 

Dirgha griba qiq Ql9iq^ — Long-necked. 

(qdgl9i— 4) (mi— 6*, onqer-l) 
(q&i?©— oo*i%a) 

^ — ^ I q«| — 1. The camel. 
> I 9Q — 2. A crane. 

ora©^— a.-M.a° («+©§!; 9$SL9)~ 9 9 ©Q^fl^i— 

D irghajihwa Long-tongued, 

iqcaeei— O 9—^ I qia— 1- Serpent. 

> I Q(P996Q^— 2. Name of a demon. 

<ads>@i— a. 9tf. %1 (gdes+a)-^^^ too 1 — 

Dlrghajihwa Feminine of Dirghajih wa, 

a. 9\ i— 1 I 96QQ99 99il q«3l96ag (<19l^ 

QO 9a 9Q?16Q) — !• Name of a demoness. 

» 1 9»§}€9£p ^^9^1 WO«l« Sia%<199fll- 
2. One of the matron Deities, a feminine 
companion of Karttikeya. 
QIQSIQ9— a. 9 M+^1995 9^ai)— 9§«l» 9«9l— 

Dlrghajibana Longivity; long life. 

<3IOGI<3l— a. 9«. 9? (qrf+«il9+9® . Qff tfll. i9)— 
Dirghajtbl <vSiQ|^ 5 €fl 9^Q» 9€%i '©QW— 

(QK3WW--4I) «• Long-lived. 


<aW«a 


( »9eJ ) 


QIQ9I9 


Dirgha jamgha q$y — Having long thighs. 

(Q«fowai— <l) 9 — ^ I 9©— 1- Ardea. 
(<%Q%Q — «©-i%a) -> I 6% — 2. Camel. 

Dirghatanu Having 'a long body. 

©.— <Cfl4a% (69«)— Dirgbataru (See) 

Dirgha tapSb <Cfl<fcl© ©a8q|£l©©ISl — 

Practising austerities for a long time. 
«. ©.— * I €©l©s q€ (g$©9i©) — 

1, A name of sage Gotaina. 
J I ©©©Cfllg *»J99lq 4© QOI— (^ 9§©l© 
©as«*l ©©qeQ) — 2, Name of a king of 

ancient India. 

<3l©©fl— ff- M. «. (^Q-f SIQ^^IGO. ©9)— 

Dirghatama agg© 9g a&lG© «$0|% S*U, 9$pl% 
«a<S9SI| — 4]) ^4— Longest. 

«»si— ■«. 9. ( 5atf+w«i; wi. 19 )— 

Dirghatama ?. | a©$QKr §©i 6, ©tal©©!© 1 ft* 
( @IG©Q ) — 1- Name of the father 
of Dhanwantari. 

> \ 6099%, ;$9$Q«r'G©H<$ $191 6 G9?999^ 

9«i; q€9C#a (< ©9» ts*% *»g cw) — 

2 Name of a sage; elder brother of 

B^uhaspati and father 6f Gautama. 

[ 9- qG39Q 3S9 a^OGQ 4 €J9ST 0©© G9G9- 
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^QOQ— ff. ©«. OP - (^+^®^ sl ^- ©Gj)— qjQ 9g. 
Dlrghatara * A2JSQ ^—Longer. 

(owfeq— il) 
qiQ©^— a. ©. (qi«J+'©qs 9^ai)j— ©iffleifi— 

Dir^hataru Palm tree, 

cqi^fo — «©i%Q) 

«l©l— tt. 9. (Qia+Q69. ©l) - «■ I 9§9il§9i5 R^Si 
Dirghata 1M — L * Length. 

(^«K>t — «©*%(!) *-t 9SI©-- 2 - Extent. 

(qjQO^-e. 9. (Qra+Qfli 9^ai)— ^ I fiiH9l^— 
Dirghdanda 1. A long stick; a long staff. 

? I qi<a©i©9«»»aS q©9^— 2 - A ^pg term of 
punishment; long sentence, 

• I (qrf+ 9§; 9191© 9^9lg) — €1990 — 

3. The castor-seed plant. 
v | Q|Q €Q — 4 I he palm tree. 

Dlrgbadarsi C 1 ^©Qal; aQ^I^Q^l — 
(5n«fcefal— i) 1- Provident; far-seei«g;iarr-aighted. 
- (QKaoSw — 9) prudent 

j I g|@. gg © — 2. Learned; wise 5 sagacious. 

• I ©a 9§9© 0*9 G9S 9!G€*— 

3. Long-sifted; who can look to 
very distant objects, 
$._t | g^pi aiqjai — 1. Vulture. 
9 I qq.—2. A bear. 

• I CQ^— 3 An owl. 

<3iaofl— «. 9.— S8©l «»a («. a©aw©)— 

Dirgha druma The silk cotton tree. 

<3K3<g§— 9/©a.<S©. ( %<£+<$% J3I9I9; 9$^g )- 
Dirghadiushti ^ | qfai} (69«l) 

1. Dlrgbadarsi (See). . 
J I ^Qqia^l S3^ C 9Q©9i9 )— 2. Telescope. 
<3i^9iQ— g. M ( ©?^8 ) — a§% 6J© a© 9i9iG©~ 

DlrghanSda Loud sounding. 

*.-,©—*. I ^firCS- €19^19^— l - Conch. 


qiQQig 


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qriqH 


> ' <4§£ — 2. Dog (Apte). 

* I 'q&QI — 3 - Cock (Apte). ' 
qidbld— 3. ©4 ( <3iQ+oi9i 31919; 9§<l8 ) — 

Dlrghanasa Oiqaj 9Q9I9I — Long-nosed. 

«nd@Qi - s. 9 (q£+®3i; otfai) t i 990109*1101 ©51— 

Dirgba nidra 1. Long sleep, 

5 I 901091; $pk~ 2 - Death; 'the sleep that 

knows no waking/ 

%" ©3,|€1— 2. 9 ( qra+OWj otfai ) — * l S3 91 2S99 

Dirgha niswasa qoiQl^l©©© <tfCfoi99«MGl 9^19; 

(q<3 ©8^.19 —a«h%a) «9©*I9— 1. Long breath; 

gasping. 

> I <^8<ao©Q qidoiftgicjl ©«ua— 

2. Sigh; long-drawn breath due to grief* 

«DQ9Q— ff.M (9^8; sissies aaai?io)— qirfaaefl^ 

Dirgha pakaha £11019 09 99, — Long-tailed. 

3. e — v I (999,8) — oocr as! (§. ao9iao) — 

q©« oe^Q — 1. The forktailed- Shrike 
Urolpnofaa Malabarica (Apte;M. W.) 

> I Oft, S9«l — 2. Long wing. 

Dirgha patolika 9q^|. $QjQ. 2JQQ; -00 9919 
^f5 991 ETP; 9QOI— A kind of edible fruit 
q*335, yfflfa like Patola (longer and more 

slender); Luffa Aegytica. 

«ao e«— a. 9^*(99^ i QQ+sp)— eacj* qs 90100 99 

Dirgha patra 03 #i< — Long-leafed. 

3. o.— t ! (099$— qoa<a<Ji Q|S * 9^0; 

(8- 999IQQ) — 1- Red onion. 

* I (9$SLfi) $%QQ (g. 909199) — 

2. A bulbuona plant. 

* 1 (99013) oqo4; oogoio qa <§. 909I99) 

3. A kind of long-leafed Kusa grass. 
v I (999l8)-^€ia — 

4. The sugarcane plant (Apte), 

* 1 ( 995I8 ) 91© OS— 

5. The palm tree ( Apte ). 

9 1 (9$$l8) goi©oi os ( 8- qosiqo)— 

6. Strychnus Nuxvomica tree. 

9 I (O&il) $ft S99 — 7. Long leaf. 

QldaSQ — ST $4 (W&W+O)— 99 ap (C94) 

Dlrghapatraka Dirgha patra (See). 

3. 9— V I 91$ QUI ( $t 909199 ) — 
1. Red garlic. 


S 'I 0Q£; €19 OS (§• 909ICIQ) — 

2. The castor-oil seed plant. 

* I G999* Q99 ( 8* 909199 )— 

3. The Ra'tan-cane creeper. 
v I Oq» ( 8- 999199 .)— 

4. The Bamboo tree. 

* I QQgaO ( 8^ 909I9Q )— ' 5 - A species of 

Mahwa tree growing near water. 
9Q6WI— ff. 9$. $1 (wTflp + fD. «»— vf&W) $1&£r — 
Dirghapatra Feminine of Dirghapatra. 

e. 9— t » coosi ( 8- 9Q9iaQ )— 

1 . The yellow flowered variety of screw- 

pine; Pa nd anus odoratissimus. 

> \ 96i ©iq ( 8- aoSlao)— 

2. The wild variety of Blackberry tree. 

* I'Mflgl ( 8- 9Q9ICI9 ) — 

3. A king of plant.. 

* I €HQa$l ( G9«l ) ( 8- Q09I9Q )— 
4. Salaparn^I ( See ). 

<roWoi— «. 94. 4) ( 9«aOT9+%|. a )r-^^ (690) 
Dirghapatrika Dirghapatra (See). 

SI. 9—^ I Ml 9Q ( 8- €199109 )— 

1. The white-rooted variety oi Oris plant. 
J I Qoq<3N ( 8- 999IQ9 )— 2, Aloes. 
» IGWQ909I (8- 909199 )— 3. Hogweed. 
v I ^iafl (8. 999199) ( €9^f ) 

4. Sajaparnxii (See). 

caoiaal— «. © (qk3q^+Q^4 ^i. to)— «. 1 aoral qoi— 

Dirghapatrl I The creeping variety of 

Butea Frondosa, 

f I qW°0 910 ( 8- 909109 ) —2. A kind 
~ of pot herb. 

<K3 aio — e. 94 (<a<J+ai9; o^ols) — ai9i9 fim, sqi^ 

Dirgha pada ag- O^aio^i G0G<»QG9I§>3I — 

<g<3ai<qi 7 -, Long-legged; long-footed. 

Q9Q 91 J 9— t I 9©2I0IQ— 

1. The Adjutant bird. 

* I 9199 (8- 999199)— 2. The Crane. 
<3IG aiOQ— 3. 9 (qia-f aiOQj odaO— M Olfi 99— 

Dirgha padapa 1. Palm tree. 

j I 939 QQ—2. The areca-nufe tree. 

* I O0& Qgr-^^> Tue cocoannt tree (Apte), 

<arfq«-«r. c« ( 9<S+q^ awiO; 9§5l8 ) — 

Dirgha piush^ha 9qgc«l -Long-backed. 

(saQqqMJ) 3, 9-90— Snake, 


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<adst~-s°- ?<a. q? (9$%$; <sa<a+g«) — 9§9al- 

DirghapraifTya Far-sighted- sagacious. 

. (oi<3sa— sl) «■. 9— $iqqq qei Qaavtor ow 
(^tfgtoi— 9 ) (8- ««wIoQ)— A name of kin S 

Brushaparba. 

«f g©— G9. 9 («. g3c% 6 sg)— (gq?<»9 Q9ia 9i q9q) 

Dirgha prati ^ 6 QQQI — Length and breadth 
<Hlciga 7 (°f a thing or plot of land). 

q<if oft - a. 9 (9^8; qrf+ffQ; «9iQ cr© oq, 3913) 

Dirgha phala stOGm* SQiqciQ (8- €IG$j<3Q) (G9«l) 

Sunari tree (See) 
AT, 9.— <a<3Erfi^S)-(V) — ftree ^ Having long 

Weroo— a. § facfa-o+Q) — sages (§. aogiao)— 

DJrghaphalaka Sesbania Grandflora. 

Dirghaphala Feminine of Dirghaphaja. 

(«ai«fooQi— «GHiq3) *°. 9— 1 1 eqjei Q©i (§. a)— 

1- k kind of creeper. 

-> I <?9B^I9t OTI (g, 399130)— 

2. A kind of vine wflS W*g grapes. 

««fo^|— o°, d4--« (9$SL8; <a<3+9$)— 99 spl— 

Dirghabaktra" r "^ • -,:. : Big-faced. 

W^H) 9\ 3— 9I«— Slepfe»at, 

Pirghabachchbika Alligator. 

Dn-ghabala vg^l ($) — Long-haired 

(qQ9l£— Q?) 9. 9. ^1 — oqgGCJI— The cow yak 

flQfll$l— *p. 9 (saQ+flipij Q&j)-ggee aSoaQQs 1 ) 

Pirgha matrs t i 9IG&S 91 9SS1 ©9, (flat ( )j 

[ ] (•GOQ,)— !• Bracket signs. 

> i (wpe Qgfo as*$<ai) <iesQiQ 999 9i 

SIW^TOi qalatfQ Qe*6Q M09I9N- 
^|Q9 CQ«lt — 2. (mathematics) The sign 
of vinquluro; .a line or link drawn 
over more than one number indicating 
or serving the purpose of a braoket. 

ge»Ga eaia, 9caa, q^Q, 90* a? 9$9i aco w- 
QqetK i aai (*X*+*V~«OlCQ sa€^9«icj* 


<aecr caq *q 9€itQ9i e»G9 csawa^GQ q$Q\q_ 

C99 1 (* X #-f- *) <8 flftGQ . *q 6' "^ ««il 
Q8GQ Ql^QI^I 6>Q q9l^<l^Q ET« G9Q *o I 3g 

GQG9 Qidfltp! ©« O Q89 ( *X*+* ) G©G9 
ga^ *%?gq'*€Q q@ ^i©a»G9 sstq * GQia 
9q 99 6 9g w Q era €99 *<> i ] 

* i (9il9Q<g) 918Q 9^GQ qg QQift— 

3. The sign of a long vowel joined to 

a consonant. 

tidbiS&*<r. ©« C"^+-fl»4-Q^ ) net a^G^ qid" 

Dlrghamatrika oi$>t at< — A. metre having the 
consonants joined to long vowels 

«l c«3p-s. 9 fc»«a + ««%©$ 9§SL8)~ ^S)— 

Dirgha ma>uba - Elephant. 

Dirgha %rakhi Long-faced (woman). 

(qiQqS— qf) a: c ».- ; ^»§<? 1 l^--The musk rat (Apte). 
<3K3QCM— «. 9- t3. <9$S3,8; < 3)<S+QCr+^ 5h i3*9!9 QfiT 
Dirgha ranga QI^QIO StS}1) — W*3I — Turmeric. 

QQ Q©— «. 9. d (9§SL8» wf+QO; 3I9IQ Q51S1 Q1Q91Q- 
Dargha rata ^I9l VQ$) — Q^felO" Qfl^l^i^ — * 
(Q^QQl — 9}) Copulating for a. length- of time. 
V. 9. - q$Q— The dog. 
«QQ-i?. 9«. Q? (QI<>fQQ=9% 9^8) — 99 
Dirgha rad a QI99S95 9lgQ — Having protu. 
(qjlgQQI— i^l) berant teeth; having long teeth or 
,. - t> ^ —tusks. 

§.^9l99lj €J©«— ^ h °g; a »<>«:. 
cadQQ©^-^ - 9«i 6 9. (^«f+Q9Qi3 9^8)— 
~1>i^gha rasana qiQ©$ (€9«) — 
^QQWl^) Dirghajihwa (See) 

Dirgharaga ^oqj — Turmeric. 

«rQ4— QV9. (Qt+Q^; 9^M| )— 99 qQ — 

Dirgha ratra ^ Long night. 

<3raGQfll— 3". 9. (^Q+e^TOj V9|. W<)— ^atf GQ^qg 
Dirgha roma Having long furs- 

9.— ^ I qfi^l. Bear. 

2. Name of an attendant of God Siba. 

Dirgha rohisha Dhanitri plant (See) 

^GflOfi^-^ . 9«. 9! (9§^L8; ^W+OIOQ)— 
Dirgha loohana J^iWQ -O^qHV^.., 
(91Q9Q00I — ^1) . Having long eyes. 


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!U Nam© of an attendant of Siba. 
2. Name of a son of Dhiutarashtra. 
Dirghasayana Death. 

Dirgha swasa Dirgha niswasa tSee) 

■«fS£~«P. 9<a. (91Q + S©) * I tfjaw ©©3%^)— 
Dirgha'sruta g|9i 9§<$Q B&fy q& QW — 
1. Audible to a great distance. 

2* Far— famed. 

■<adfl*-*e. o\— i i wiqsGWj altera — 

Dirgha satra 1. A place of pilgrimage. 

QlQaS^ v^t© €Q9 $€ft Old, 

o§ <ae« gq<? $sq fl*?W i $t*V swsts » 

%s A-vedic sacrifice performable through- 
out life. 

• i (otfai)— o^oiooiial esia m— 

' 3. The Soma sacrifice of long duration. 
^ w _ j9^g)— eg ol4?i»^ial sat $GQ— 
Engaged in the performance of a sacri- 
fice of long duration. 

Dirgha surata q«3 QS> (€0«) — Dirgha rata (See) 

Dirgha sutra 9IS1; ©Q^j €90»^*3 **$, gifl ^L 
( qi<%al— ? ) §«^GQ «l« SI9IQ <3Q<?— 

1, Dilatory; procrastinating. 

e$g? «Qq <a<% €$iq— $s$ $• floras©- 9Q I 

2. Having long fibres. 

■■QQgtfl— ST. 9^,( qid|4r+®8 a ^Q QOj WH- V9)— 
Dirghasutr[ <01Q^ ( €9« )— 

Cqi^Ohs-^ ) Dirgahsutra ( See ) 

a© agflig© BBS 9*^© 
GflW Q&9I 3% tqSO— ^iV A9WQ9. «3® I 

-«f0CT— GO. «. 9 3— t I^QHW^IGQ— 

Dirghasutre " -1 Dilatorily. 


> ,i 99010 aG9; 9$ tfo^G^— 

2. In the long run; after a great delay. 

Dirgha skandha The palm tree. 

Dirgha swara ^ | ( 9«tl99<3 ) — §313 9 SQG>§ — 

1. C grammar ) Long vowel. 

j 1 990109131 «0 — 

2. Long tone; a sound which lasts long. 

oidi -*. §*«. %1. ( <3i«J+a ) — QiQQ sJfiicr— 

Dirgha Feminine of Dirgha. 

3, tf— 1 1 qfafil ( a- ao«iQ ) ( GQ« ) 
1. Piusniparnni ( See ) 
^ I «a<a CGII4IQ1 — 2. A long tank. 
«H9IQ— 3. V^l. ( qiQ+«fiOIQi 9$%S ) — 
DirghakSra ? 1 G©£rij ^1<3 O^otfS^ — 

^ IQH9I— 2: Oblong. 
qiQiyQ^ST. ^«. ep. ( 09«,83 ^Q^+»aQ )— S3I9IQ 
Dirghadhara ^ 60 qi<a^Long^ipped. 

( <a«aiaq— si) ) «■ #— qj— Camel. 
{ <MaQQi— 9* ) 
Wi^q-^. 9 . £. ( qg+«»+« ai^+o^.a )- 

DfrghSdhwaga C9 Qi<3 33 C^GGl 91 C3WIQ ^H% ^GR- 

Travelling long distances or for long 

periods. 

( <q|oao-aoi%a ) 3°. ^— ^ l Qf"- 1 - Camel. 

> I 00 2. A messenger; an express (Apte). 

WlflJr- V. Q«. (<5i«S+^ 9I9IQ; 0^8)— 9GW1 — 
Dirghayub Long-lived. 

qjciq J " cotton tree;Bombax Heptophylla. 
j i yp — 2. The crowr. 
* I 9|&$q 5©— 3 - The sa S e MSrkandeya. 
v \ ( 9^1 ) o^OWiial QQfll^— 
4;. Long life; longevity. 

Dlrghayudha Spear. 

<3JQiqQa— q». QIOi (8KilS?l9GQ 9m9$© 9I9 1 *; e. Qciqy+ 

Dirghayurastu ag3»c[I5!tei9ff €9€J)-^ I 93Q 

qW'WO QQ 69$— ( a sentence used by, 

elders in blessing youngesters) May 

you live long. 


<a<ai3*t 


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-> I €9 <a«KW G9% 9I9IQ <31Q I^G9§— 
2. May he live long. 

«kJmi— a. e«a, q?. ( 9$c1§/q£+a9i }— 

Dirghasya g|9iQ q^^— Long-faced. 

(Q1CWI— $) *. 9. ( 9§$1Q )— «- I9ISI— 

1 # Elephant. 
y I (9&H) 9*91 sp— 2. A long face. 

<3iai|— i. ©. ( 9§9l§j qKS+aq?^ caqT q§€9 9Q 9© 

Djrghahna ^< ) — Sfl<S9lQ— Summer. 

(qi49£— aG*%a) 
flfioh- a. 9. 41. ( w)+©+fti. ai ) — 

Dirghika 1 1..99 G8ISQ1; rail; O°o 919 6 09^ 
099© ©OKiq— 1. A large tank 

qqQ — 2. An oblong tank. 

GQ« © — fl»te a§9Gai99cas— 

An ancient sea-going vessel. 

[g— cqs qeisr s«te 'q$eqp%' 9ff g%9i— 
qrcft^g— a. 9<s. ( qi<3+«S?OQiw ©,+ %o )— 

Dirghikjuta £U9iq. *& *S SUQas— 

(qQl99$ — 9 1 ) Prolonged; lengthened. 

Dirghibhuta sm 8GS? wJ 9 ^Qi Q^3K> <a4 
(qQlQ9— 9*) G91Q«§ — Become long; elongated. 

qg~ff. <£tf. ( Q ai9=99l9« 9Q9I + 9& O )— 
Dirnna t. I 9 9IQ9— 1, Pierced through; 

split; torn. 
j j Qd— 2. Broken. 

(1 

* l( 9 ai^=«9£j 31091 + 9$. © )— 

<%Q — Frightened; afraid, 

*. 9 ( 9 aiQ+3^ O ) 99i9$— 

Act of splitting, tearing or rending. 

«j» (aig)— a— * » m 9£9i— 
Du (root) 1. To heat. 

J I GQI§> €991 — 2. To burn; to consume 

with fire. 

* I a1<3il GQ9! — 3. To L torment; to afflict. 
v I q$m G99H- 4- To pain. 

* I 9^ 91 9*3 QIQ9I— 

5. To be afflicted with pain. 
^ I 9© 9Q9I — 6. To go; to move. 


9— €9. 9*«. ( «. $; «H 09 0W 99CQ 'qtf €19 
Du r ^ Q9IQ9 $<1 )— 9Q— Twice; two. 

5 ( mi— $qw— $Q V3 9G9a=gG9 , 3 I ) 
ft! 

<jgB— 69. 9\ ( «. ? — 

Dua. v 1 ©q^ 4 as) g«£Q > OTiQ 319 — 
CfW 1- A throw of cowries or dice resulting 

§3TT, ^*ft in two,. 

} I 93 ^ft 519! ©19—2. The duece at cards; 

the cardiaving 2 points on it. 
" « I Olff G99I -QOqGQ 92&99I <19 Sg 9193— 
3. One course or layer of mud masonry.. 
v|(?. G9I ai%— GQ99 96*91 )-r( 819 92 ) 
9*l99t— 4. Harvesting (of paddy). 

9«— ^ I 9Q 219 9^1 G9IQ^9I ( 9901 )— 
1-tPestled twice ( turmeric ), 
> I ^Q eiQ %il G9IQ519I ( ai9 «I9 ) — 

2. Twice-husked ( paddy ) 
Cft^l • | ^gq — 3. Second. 
^n ( aai— ^a a©« 1 ) 

HJrt * I (?. ^^9) Q19G9 SIOSS aQ9l 91 G9IQ9^ 
ni^ at© — 5, Refrain or cue of a song. 

9 I 9SI fllQQQI (ai90Q)— 
6. Harvested or cut (paddy plant). 

cwHt G9*G9. 9. (a. 9a) — 1 1 aalw— 

^scT 1. Blessing. " ° 

2. Invoking God's blessing on another. 

3. A text from the Quoran. 

^rf — G9. 9. («. G9I99; 9^,ai%>— 991 (G9«) 
DuaS DuhaS (See) 

giG9. (q«i999) 9. (3°. 9ifl)— W»— Tether. 
^810— G9. 9. (0IO9QS q«— BIO 9QI9 ^Qf GQIOq^- 
Duaka qi G9qq <J9g 91^91 fllQ* Qm 0$, 3191© 
9Q GOI09 flaiGQ ai<l— The first knot to 
tie together two betel creepers trained 

to one twig*. 

9019— G9. 9 — giQl9 693IG9 q#€9 9n9?9 9Q 991 
Duar^a gpi «^9C«n ( «I99I ai^ ) — 

A two-pronged weapon,. 

" aiC8|Q9IOiea 3Q8I9 9CQ 

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<jjai9 — ctfco. 9. (a. 9191©)— flSiiaiOj oio<a$— 

Duata Inkstand $ inkpot, 

(^ei!©^— aQiqg) 

<£«0© 9Qfl— Q9*GO. 9- ( 99QQ 2S. 0191© +OQa)— 

Duata kalama ©ISQ^ 6 OQfl; Gi^NtQ QUOOa — 

C*?t3ft «$*R ^RT 3^H Inkstand and pen. 

«j>80© aQI— €9. 9—90IQ a*»CQ Oii§0 q.© ?a^l 

Duata pGja <?ft aQ<^Q aS?Q6€»9— Name of a 

festival observed on the second day 

of the bright fortnight in the month 

.of Karttika in Bihar. 

<j»aiQ€fl-gi. o. (s°. gioal) - $iQdlQq — 

Duadasi The 12th day of the lunar fortnight . 

Duadui JJar/ssafcing of paddy . 

( ^aeoiQ— a«wq.a 
309-9160. (§°o$aj §-G99io - 

Du5n Dewan. 

$01 afljCD*--G9. 9* < S. #9^ * 9^)— 

Dua pagjgjuan «. I ££*<| 4$IQQ QQ9$1 903 a$l9- 
( o^l'GQI^tf — Wfl) 1. The second child of 

the parents . 

* I 90 -€0^| 3$lffQ 0©2I §9£[ 3$|G — 
2. The second child of the parents whose fjr£t 
ohild expired before the performance of 
Parjjhuan ceremony . 

[ 9— flasi Q919Q gafli^ril ( aajf ) q^o 
oq99l a^»iWiQ%«l^3*ai<i G«G9G«ta aaGQ 

§9Jq q^lQQ 89 tf Q$9 0$SI<1 «3* <I 3^10^ 

$a a© €i* ©9$ 1 saa $$i©o aSjaT Q$9 ©qQoi 

91$ «q,i oiq.9« asjrf q?i&ii<i Ql£ I J 

$0310 — GO. 9— Sfiaopio ( go« ) 

Duapali . Duarapala ( See ) 

qaiQOi— sun. ( ««w ) 9— <aogoiQ o$9G3» — 

Duapika A kind of indoor game with 

small shells 

[ <§— <§ G306Q 91© qplGQ 2139 ( OQ§> > 
■ ;■ q$Q G«9§ l<I G«»Q QIC? v gg|Q, m\— §01 — 


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Duab • 1 $Q QqQ Ctei9$1 G03 — 
Cirl*lH 1- Doab; a country between 2 rivers. 
§3tf* f I dfiri 6 saqftiQ W9^l G9«l— 2. The tract 
of country between the Ganges and the 

■ " ■ ■ '-h Jamuna* 

9|HIO*l— W. W ( «T. 9* 4^ )— ^Q&Q $>%\ «9lQSl* 
Duabata ( 9OT )— Twice pestled 

fo^|l? i ( turmeric paste ). 

( $a Qea — aQi%a ) 

Dua Jiba ( QiaiGQ 01191 JQ O^OIOm^Q ]— ( €J3h ) 

( 94 G99i —a^^a ) o*i99i — 

(corn) To be reaped or harvested. 

<£80Q— GO. 9. ( fif. 91^3 31- SgR SL Q - ^- G ®*9> £rL 
Duara <?©^I9I )— V I 091*— 1. Door. 

-> 1 soq ocqoii q^Q aai» SGoa aid— 
2. The* chief entrance to a honse, 

• I ^^^3. Gate; gateway. 

* i?iQ©osg§§i— 

4. A veranda; adjoining the; entrance to- 

a house; balcony. 

a&si»l GQ0 eg ai 9aQ^ ' <$%%?, ?3$Q$> «Q » 

* I gicrfiij aa^i — 5. A courtyard; 

9 1 6§>aiQ ^talo^ewrwsiw 490Q 9i9?o 
^q ^©ei' Q^OGQ'a (osi9®_— flolo Q§o i) — 

6. A two-pronged weapon, used in the 
wars of Orissa in olden days. 

<jaiQ ©aoi— co. $. ( «• 9« 6 ois^ai^)— 910 oq 

Duara kiHba 0$9I; 091% ^ OQOI— 

S^f *MH ?&m ^ ^5TT~ To shut the door. 

^SIQ GOOf; S^O a0l(G0)Q9! | Q 

9^0 SfcH(CG)ft9l J ^ 

Duara gardS ^9C0 6 Olg'GQ 0»90I Sg»lf 91 ©Ol — 

The painting on walls done on festive 

occasions i such as sacred thread or 
marriage ceremony - 


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Duara jaga<ge)ib5 q^S 9IQ QSI 9Q9I QlQ* «Kft 

9*1^ $[QG9aG€* eqgQQQtrQl Q«tC*Qr- 

To set a person to guard the door; 

to leave a person in charge of 4he door 

( eaid of a person entering a bouse ). 

• gitt^ 3 <39Q%e3 1 ass? 9?>Q ea'Q«--«o 1 
■ ^BQ Octal— TO. ^«l — QSJ 91QGQ 39^ «?< — 

Duara jagiS Watching at the ctoor. 

<%*$). ©^°l^,A a TO. S— giQQSQj 9N— 
$*IQ©q?SlQJ ^ DoMikeejper. 

<§>2DQ ©Stel— €Q. «*— $tSGfc5$GQ 6a OT9I } *JIQ QSI 
Duara jagiba qqq|— To watch or guard at the 

entrance or door. 

<j>aiQ$>8l— GQ. $— <gaiQ ©0^1— Shutting the door 
Duara dia against a person. 

$09 <£«0Q— TO. aQiq— fl«QQ— 
Duara duara From door to door. 

^aiQ ^a»-ai«9i— to. •£— sqsiq qi« (jaw — 

Derail d«5**-'Btt*g*bi To beg from door to door. 
C%H ffTfa iMT ^WT^: feWT; <|UW|WiPWI 

^2BQ fl fll^OI— TO- 5— G©fa§ 9i§Q 9IQ S>©$^ 
Duara na mSrjiiba oro? © a§9l; aitfGQ G 

CWfa •? sfFsl •„ Q^fcM — Not to come near; never 

to approach one's door; never 

to set foot on one's door. 

<$CBQ GI@Qh — TO. ©*—* I 9IQ 9Q G9QI — 

Duara paidiba 1. The shutting of a door, 

2. The state of people desisting from visi- 
ting the house of an excommunicated 
person or one involved in trouble. 
. * 1 ( qpfafl 9i$Q ) 39 $a©©i <S S9ISN 
W ©3I< QMO<i G*W4 — 
2. The state of a person's hosse being 
depopulated by some scourge or divine 

visitation. 
<£BBQ Qt«) — GO. «. ( *.-§+&. £U0» S. ^qoflQ )— 
DuSra pali <^Q QQilQ 9 fel^SQ 314. OQ^ 3Q|— 


($a-8|6~-- Wtqq) The going x)f .a ^ro\er*uj3 
5*3wT girl to her husband's house 

-ior:the second time. 

GETQ «GS; -WfOgGl G&-Q9 QgOl 9GQ aft ^gq 

•JSOQ 3nCe*>QQi — TO. ^-M90 691039! OOft^ 
Duara phit*(te)iba: qg 0Q9I— : 1. To open the 
CjOIQ G?1Q Q99I V door, 

^aQ qaoi(G®)Q^l i a ^ H ^ a 
C?t?C^W 5 TCJQ «IG9 9QHQ1 G©f^l§ gift^L 

2. To open an entrance to a closed place, 
$jBIQQ©— GQ. 9. («. ?IW* )— 

Daara bandha a I -GQ901; W9I%Q Q^9JO— 
CMt^lfe 1. The frame of the door; 

W?h *iooi>frame. 

-^ I 4gjg* 9^—2. Threshold. 

9soq mi — w. *— a«3^ a^m 9qi — 

Duara mar^a Gomg-to or setting «fie a s ibat 
( ^SIQ ?t|^h— #| ) on another person's house . 

cni*cilt>»1 Entrance to a &buse. 

$8fq— siOT- (aissifl) q— G^fg (G<3* a«H M"it>i^«)— 

Duara. : ^^ £*', Sessions. 

Duari 1 1 ^q Q9Q. Q%^ ^IQaift-r 
^|-?l 1. Door-keeper; porter; durwan; 

W&R gate-keeper. 

0191 qef «^|«g 9,9r«Q WSfl I $%€$. A9IQQO. 9Q I 
>"1 915)1 53191 ^°^ ^§flQ— 
2. The jester in a dancing party, 

£«W ^l— to. 9—^ 1 gisiQ'Oiq^iiGtfgiw QaQsaGQ 

Du»ri poja gfl Q|^ v fl?raa^Q4G0iQ ^9flQ 

WQ SI9(^CQ'©S «W^ «G£J9| «^^J ««J»giGQ 

TO90IC_gqq gSg^^i© q9g qcfa g^Q- 

I, Offerings ma^ to a Deity at the door 

of every villager when He is taken 

round along the Tillage-road during 

festivals. 
J I Slfl$ oiqfM»,4m QQfi^BG^ -fflWigGQ 


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( *5W* ) 


$Q OIQjgQ G«l? 


■WAN €>§ 3flS} QfllQ , QI9IQ21 9©l- 

fliogl -9iq gqq a»i ggq— 

2. The act of worshipping village- 
Deitiy by offering sacraments at the 
door of each villager while the Deity 
is carried in procession along the 

village street. 

<5»SH3 — GQ. © (a. GQI ai^ssw QQ$\) — ajQ QfclQl — 
Duali Paddy, reaper. 

Duhanji ( Sae ) 
<$®&n— G§GQ. Sa. ( 81. TOIQ )-r- 
Daalia t 1 GWl&eflj q<a SQGataGQ .39sra£— 
f^t^Tl 1- Insolvent. 

2. Poor; poverty-stricken. 
«» I QK? 09 QQ ©35 -3. .Reduced to poverty 
by giving away every thing* 
v I CKP3IQ — 5. Exhausted to the last penny. 

.^Q-GQ. $ (*. f, «S, Gff> SI. ^ ^ ^ J5^ 
Dui Q. $y eftil. ©14 ) — <Q M«ilGQ «© '3«il 

$tt'ft '$•- '■■'■ <jj£l 3«**l _ The number two 
(iM 4 — V I ^ OThQ — 1. Numbering two. 
> I <JQ9 -2. Second. 
-* I G0CQ9; *H Mi9— 2. A few; a little. 
( .*K9I— '«« S6CT q $Q09 §«»« £9« I ) 

G<?.-2*~-(9%ai ©k>* pistes gos>© as) — 

Q§G<fe floiaiQ" a$Q q%£ aofl© giaoi- 
A term used by a, student of an old- 
fashioned village-school in Orissa 
while asking permission of the teacher 
to go out .to ease himself. 

[0— ggiqp'QWq, flerai&T boa© fliag G9G» 

<£Q <J9— GQ. «« (*. § + <&) - $$i G9£Wr*- 

Dui eka Some; a few; a little. 

3<» (siai— £ Sjp <* oai $89 

3W3E [ Q— <ig '«9 ? *afecj ^i Q©, 9Q q€fc QiMQ 
QhQ^Q §<],' 91$ *$Q «tf Ol^ G3 ^ QQflMCQ 

qi aeniGQ W& W SW« 1 ] 

<$QS®IQ G9IQ§GI— W. •£— * I aG*$ tt© waM 

Duikargara boi]iba* OTIQQ9I— 1- To ^ reduced 

I to extreme poverty 

Jl aaQiei G9IQ9QI — ?• To become worths 

less. 


•I ^ HOfllftO^-CTOI— 
3 To be awfully insulted. 

^QC^IQ G91Q3GR I) 

v 1 «$ «©«p e^isi aaoSte G9$i— 

4. To be. counted or .regarded as a man 

of straw. 

(Ml— <l@aQ C«Qia ©GSfc SOSi SG9 ©OQ 3!Q 

33$ 9QQ 351I9G.Q ^QS?9IQ..S9IQsai<l l) 

Duiguna t, rofipiGOfll 3©i9 G^fl— 
^^5«< 1. Much more than before. 

€?isw 9fi q^ Qfl 9.Q^ esm 1 tf^is-iej. <?©oqfliq« 1 

> I M9€l i 9QQi GQI9Q — 2. Double; twice. 

<3>G€C!I$S§— GQ. ^J 6 9— t I QG«II^» (GQ«) 
Duigordi^ 1. Digor^ia ^gg&) 

^ I ^iQW (QQ^ — 2. Duidalia (See). 

^Q^Sfl— W. W— ^ I ^Q©^ ^^^ G9IQ?! 1 ?! — 
D uitia I ; ^oTSSiBtingtiof St won together. 

5 I ^QSOil 93© 9 (qa) — 2. Consktring of 

two digits. 

•■I G9I9 GSl^ G9IQ— 3. In pairs; in couples. 

qppi— -«. S, {«. f flIQ)— 9Qai«>3 9f»W— 
Duitha Two places. 

?OT^ -> I %Qg|Q — 2 Twice. ~ 

Duidalia q$\\q p< — One who espouses the cause 
T$sf05[% of both the opposite sides. 

<JQ <W— GQ- ?. («. 9 + 99) teg«tf)— WQW «l% 
Dui dina €9G9 QG»?«p— A few days oniy. 

^f^f SI9QCQ a5 SI9 39IQ §?'|C9 

^f5| 9SIQ aST'60 ^U 99 I ©^!fl«. 99»0&) I 

^Q9©ai (a*)— w. ^». ( e- §+w;)— «w^ai^l; 

Duidinia(aS) si©Qgiq1— Lasting for a short 

^trtsnn s«i go© G^soe a^iici 

^QOiatSDGQ^Cfll© 6GOI— W. ^— 1 1 9Q QK»GQ<!Q 
Duina-a(ha)re gor^a debs qq^GQ-GCN? Wlft9l— 
5=(TC^ *t1 C?6^. 1» To set foot on two 

<jl«?>Hwii vprc&n boats at a time 

> \ (Q9«ef) <J9IG9»eQ!9Qf WfiW.0 99« 

VQ9|-*"2. To take up two means or 

Jprops £t a time* 


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9?*H 


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Dui paranj5(afi) as* gog ggi, §019101, *$!«*- 

q$9) 31^— A- family having none 

but the married couple. 

(a family) Having none else than the 

married couple. 

^aoqd-w. V(*. 9 +£iwiD-* i wl 6 d; $9a 

Dui paranl 6 S$»l; G«Qg QQai — 1- The couple; 

the husband and the wife 
> I gOSIOSQ & Wfrtifr <$%Q— A married 
couple owning neither parents nor- 

children. 

qq ©o a« aiQa QQSL9.Q «tfl ' 

$Q QQ 9Q1$— Ql€9. (9$Q)— 9IQ 9 99ft— 

Dui pala kapata Two-leafed door; a door having 

two leases. 

$Q 99Q—G9. 9. («- 9*993)— W9Q (€9«) 

Duipahara Dipahara (See) 

$QWQ8 (QM9)— W- 9«. 6 9. — 

Dui paharia (etc) QG9Qei QQilQ (G9«f) 

Dipaharia etc (See) 

$Q 9190— €9- W.~0 919* (€9«) 
DuthStiS - PUiitiS (See) 

(9Q919— «fti%a) 
9jafi— flWi (Q®Q) £.— (s^ta £q9 Q0i99>— 948j 

Du-uchhi GQSII 9IQ9— Is seen ; a PP ears * 

<§$€tl— W. ©.— G» 91919; «$&— 

Du-unI A sloop. 

<$% -€9. «. — § ! a© ! SO— 

Dufe " Fie - 

(^j §& 93 ©9s 99^— aoiqp) 
$s€i(ai$)--3. 9.— «. i s$a e99i— 

Dubkh (root) 1, To afflict. 

Jl 9^| QIQ9I — 2 * To suffer. 

*^$<St — «. 9. (<3!?« «$+qQ. «)—<_! ?$€>—- 

Dufekha 1. Trouble; distress; affliction; difficulty. 
(%«— 9M9) / I Qf — 2. Pain; misery. 

* I 69991 j (£101; SIM — 

3, Pang; suffering; anguish. 
v t 3>Q31 — 4. Misfortune. 


* T ©39; 3<3T$ — 5. Danger; Woe. 

£ ra%*; al91— 6. Sickness; illness. 

9 I-H»Q1$I; G9IQ — 7. Mental uneasiness; 

sorrow; griefjdejetion. 
r I aa£ C9^ aqtQ oi©. acsa — 

8. Kegret. 
(i I 8990' — 9. Repentance/ 

d — 

lo. The world (with all its troubles,) 
<T 'Mi— (+Q<8. at)— 1 l gsaooo — 

1. Miserable; causing misery. 
GQ.-S.^—t I '%** (TO«)— 1. Bubkha (See) 

<$s«9Q— 3. 9<a.— ($?«+$> ai§_+o$. ®)— 

Dutkhakara GOaQQ^ 3191 9«J 94 — Painful; 

afflicting; sorrowful; troublesome- 

Dafrkha kariba 1, To regret. 

2. To be sullen through displeasure. 

* I 9Qa €991 — &. To he displeased. 

j(. To latour for wages, 
(aal- GQ !2B© QIQ ^8€t 9« q|5 SI^S I) 

* I 3Q3IQ aeOl98« QQ ^C« -#«^)- -0Q9I — 

5. To give vent to one's grief . 

i$m— aa« «©©iq oiqr oi% a§ efiMg $>\§ 
GQISl s^ €fll a€a 9M1 9%gGQ l) 

Dul>kba grama 'q»giQ (g. aQqiflQ)— 
(^SflGQO, 98«l^jOO — a«w^) The world. 

$8Gt ©99— «. M. (9_8«+»© ai%+9$. *$)— 

Dufekhajanaka <^«1©Q(S9^)— Du^khakara (See). 

Diujkha jibi €S3 9%6Q «fl9Q 3iaQ 9G9— 

(§««b£«I— %1) Passing a misetafele life; eking 

out a miserable "existence. 

$WI «q— «. 9 . (^^-H^I^Q'a 3I9I€)lO .^i« 5 pala— 

Duhkha traya The three kinds of worldry troubles. 

[ Q_^^a ^« saai — sjyiqv, asG^§9 6* 
w&sSqq i] 


S»S9 


■no* 


98iaaQr 


<^8«Q— a. 9«. a° fej8«i+9i ai^+o<J. a)— «. \ mm 

Dubkhada ^8*j 94 —l. Afflicting. 

(§8391—3)1) > I flWIQlqS— 2. Giving pain 

<§>8GIQiqQ— 2- M- V ( $83 + 91 ai$+9<$. «» ) - 

Dubkhadayaka 53191 g8SI 93— Afflicting. 

^9191,^951-3? 7 
$83 6991— 69. 3 — «. i fraQq) q^j 6991 — 

Dubkha daba 1. To give pains {to others). 

SfltOTWl J I alQI G99t— To afflict. 

Dubkha dohya Q9£ll-4 — (a cow ) "Which is 

milked with great difficulty. 

<£86ta©l— 69. 9— ^ I <HIQfll9l WGfy 6§©©aQifl~ 

Dubkha dhanda 1. Labour done for one's liveli- 

(«{8C!a$|— W^Q) hood; one's daily toil; one's 

SprntHfl -daily toil and trouble, 

J I 9h9SK1j ^©Ol*-2. Livelihood. 

S9AIS3 Offai* $8«8S«ca gcfaiS; qg G9S« 001 « flow «iiq caaa9$ , 
<£8«i#9§-2. §3 ( 9««+©+99 ai§+9#. a )— 

Dubkha nibaha <5jgg9 ( g. a&jgiciQ ) — 

Unbearable; hard to bear 
<3>8Gi a©QI— 69. $ -<J8a 9g9l- Q% S§9|. Q<5| a^9|— 
Dubkha paicliba To undergo pain, troubles and 

hardships. 

^t^1 69. 9 - *58«Q Sflq QQg © €991 — 

^ ^HJEflfl; I^TOfT Being in evil days. 

$M1 9IQ9i -69. <ff — 1 I S% 6§!a9ei9i— 

Dubkha p&iba 1. To suffer pains. 

JpWI**t j \ gQQ 69991 6^39^91 — 

5^WT5|T; ^j'aUT 2. To travail; to labour at 
child-birth; to undergo the throes of 
child-birth; to suffer from labour- 
pain, 
• I 9IQ9m 2I9SI €3« STOIj OTQ 6991 — 
3. To undergo poverty or misfortune. 

$8GI ai6€tlQ— 69. 9tf (*. ^MI+QSJM) — SMQIfiq flOJi 

; Dubkha paiorS q&$ QGM\< — Causing one to 

! ftjWTCIiaq— aG*%Q) fQTget his own grief or 

WQm misery. 


j^rftran 




939^1. fl«ta 1 


$seig9 — 3. wi. 9° ( 9« + g+9i ai$. 9<§. si ) — 
Dubkha prada $I«Q ( 69<3> 

(^8SE19I — $) Dubkhada ( See ). 

<j>8$i 9@fi>— *.9*.(99SL8i3*«.+9g»)— ^ 1 ^wraq— 

Dubkha bahula 1. Full of misery. 

(9»a99QI— %1) > i 9§*6Q $MQ Q9 GQ« — 

(98CI 9$9©i— 9) 2 - Abounding in misery. 

98«Qdl— e. w. 1° <§?»+$& ai^+9$. Q9) — 

DuhkhabhagI % I $8369 3ieil — 1- Partner in 
(<3j»«qan— il) misery^ 

9 I ^8«l|— 2, Unhappy. 

* I $8Gt 6SJ99IQ — 3. Suffering misery. 

a? aohs ag qq 

9sa qQO— 69. w— qjfli ^91^ ao63©— 

Dubkha bhajana Destined to undergo troubles 

and miseries. 
geq <i*j Off <as? ©Qo asQoe 999*9! 9 $80999 |99 1 

<J8€i 6Q€! — tt. 9 <£$1 «©} 98O+6QCIJ— 9^ UIQ9I— 
Dubkha bhoga Undergoing misery or trouble, 

suffering. 

Dubkhamaya Full of .sorrows or miseries; 

(ogggql— ^1) miserable; sorrowful. 

$SGIQ ^«^~ 69. ©—^©99 9f|aiQ— 

Dubkhara bisbaya A matter of regret, 

t§$$& fera; 5^^t *T5 
<3>8^!Q died— 69. 9— CT^tSStf ''SShq ^ G98 qg 

Dubkhara sathi 9 a|Q qi^iq ^83 6^109 9991^ 

^SWI Itfl iaKj ^886Q a^Q 991^- 9099^— 

A person who shares the sorrows and 

troubles of another; a friend at the 

(^839 §2iq — «i9iq,a) time of diBtress- 

<J8€! Q9— 3. 9<S- (*^l©9;9ja + Q9)— g|9! a© 9%6Q 

Dubkha labdha 9og-r-Got after a great difficulty. 

Duhkha l&bhya 960— Attainable with great 

difficulty. 
$8$ q39I— 69. 9 — $9^69 98« «CQ9 9Q9t — 
Duhkha lagiba The feeling of pain at heart. 

69. ^—983151^ 9<sm99I— ^o seem grievous. 


sj8« B tfa© 


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«j>mi 6flQ— a. q— asiQ— (©. -asgiQQ) — 

Dubkha'loka The world. 

<£89 ggg— ff.Q (<j_8a+gq5.q,aQ)— qqoaft aala ora- 
Duhkha samudra Great many sorrows; ocean of 
(98«qieiQ— a«^qq) troubles. 

«j««gi&i— a. ©a (*qio% cm+toi)— Qgsuaij ai9i 

Duhkha sadhy a o^gQ g[^© C91QQIGQ— 

Performable with difficulty; difficult 
to accomplish. 

■■§mi qfl— a. 9 (Qaqoiao geoQj 99, ©8a 6 *«)— 

Duhkha sukha t I Q% <$ nQQ— 1. pleasure and 
"■gwt ^T; ^ ^; ?*?Hp^ pain; misery and happi- 
ness; weal and woe. 
> I SPqieie 2IQQ9— 2. One's worldly 

experience. 

Duhkhasukha heba ^ e<3£jGQ qq m Q q 8Q ^,^ 
3*^t?6*1; ggUqgi e^QI— To have a 

q}&5 3T mutual talk about one another's weal 

Q««L«'CWI I^q^qq aDd woe or aoout one 
*£*_*«_ G99I i ^ another's worldly suffer- 
ings and happiness. 
■$8«»Q---«.M.1°— (*?««+« «!%+©$ «; QQQQQC^a) 
Duhkhahara 98«f©|€l9; S3I9I S83 9Qtf) ©GQ— 
(9W3-3.1) W'fifdir-fiigMii *ftorr6V: -*B6S 

lessens miseries. 

QSGI!Q8€fl — W. 9-— 9QSQ SteiGQ $91 flffl aqqiQ; 

Duhkhaduhkhi gc«>iaj«©<i — Mutual discordance. 

<g$ll$— a. 9 (<3*s+b$)— t r (^[| ©©j ©8*a$)_ 
Duhkhanta Q8<SQ Gas — 1. The end or* pawing 
■&«!$— Qa^O) away of one's troubles or mis- 

fortune, 

■> I (9$gl8) a§9 &Mia ss« ac&— 

2. Ending in misery. 

* i Ogsyi)— €WjT g>i$9 pi QTOiraQ c#8gq 

<M9q q$Q| ©Q9 G9!Qa£— 3. Tragedy. 

*§>8$ti^— a. e«. e. ( 9Mf+a$; **ji to )— 

Dufekhartta '^gs <jjq gal$©~ Anlksted; troubled; 
(^Mliq— flj) distressed. 

$8§f© — a. q«, qf. (^e+aQi© atfcQ qo; ««y 93+ 

Dufckhita *, al^+Q& © )— 

(^§©1—^1) <. 1 3K1 gi9-?l. Afflicted. 


J i S$ij SS}9 — 2. Sorry; grieved. 

a. ©. ( ^9+«hi ai^+qp. © )— $83 ( cos > 

Dufckha { See ) 
<jj{«Gl1— S. $«. 1°* ( $»«+«§ WQQ; QO- W|. 19 ) — 
Dubkhi ^ 1 ^8§© — I. Distressed; sorry; 

(^85tel— $1) afflicted. 

qs§§ J ^Tt 2. Poverty-stricken, 

^l * I €1019—3. Poor. 

f^lfetflT W. ©«—$«« 6QOTI3— 

Suffering; troubled, 
G^- 9—06*2 ^^ — A P oor P erson * 
<§*$] U9 -69. 9-«iQlQ GQQQ 3G> Qg G3^ QQ g"q 
Duhkhidhana G9@ QQ §^©q Qg 91 9*)^ — 
^ft^ «Hi^ " One*s dearegt thing or person (as 

^fcjKM ^51 dear as are riches to the poor ). 
qscl ae gone i OGaiow coiQ i 
5«€llQ&— ». 9. ( «©iefo 390« at 9^; 9§90Q )— 
Duhkhl ranki «^9 6 ^8«l9lGQ — 

ffa ^S^ The poor; the needy and the 

^fa ^feRT distressed . 

^tSTQdO — €0. 9— $«efl y«> ( €«?a ) 

Duhkhl ratana Duhkhi dhana ( See ) 

DuhsakSna Q^S^a^l — Evil omen; portent; por- 
tentous pre-indication. 
g. 9«a (.9^aJ a^Q Qawagi— Portentous; 

ominous. 

9S30 — a. 9. qr (oiss)— aoq^Q ©^ g^— 

Dubsala Name of one of the sons of 

Dhxutarashtra. 

28SOI— "a. q. $1- ^©q|jG? qqh\ (Se^gaor a$1 — 

DubsajS The daughter of Dhxutarashtra 

* (^MKa — a©iqp) ' and wife of Jayadratha. 

<i 9^160 $8301 s'ivkq ^nq 

6QiS<l CIO 9SS19 0|»IQ I SS«"9* A9IQG0* 09 I 

[3— S?q3 a WI^Q© 49CQ 9© G9GI 9G9 < 
«MiQ S^S$19 ^Qa%9^q©*!Q a9W©GQ 9qiQ 
Q^QIQ 3ft9l£i OQlR^Gfi) |] 
^8«1— Qi. 9 — «. I ^8Qiq© ( G93 ) 
Dubia 1. Dubsasana ( See ) 


■'98QI9 


( *r«># ) 


SjWiW 


; I (aoroqefo) ^sajgoQ ©is oki — 
2. A uame for calling DubsSsana. 

Duljsasa Ungovernable; indomitable. 

(wtgi— $) 

<£8€119S> — e- €>$. W (^QJ-fllS ai%=SW9Q9l+9# 

Dubsasana a^j ai9l^_ a© ^GQ 913© «qat<l) — 

C58£JiSKM — qj|) ^Q^Sh — Ungovernable; intractable. 

9— V I ^G&UKWQ <QQM qioi—1. A brother 

of Durjyodhana. 

[$—< SC&iaosra G89ai# 6 ml %$$ 6 w? 

SIGQ9 ^OT!€Q Ggtow G9§ ^Q W ®9^8Q% 

. gqqsigq I G^ta <q?w Qg^L Wi© 2>W gftQi G«s 

QI^GQt] 

9^j9Q €t!3Q — 2 Bad rul^j^utteaoxn* 

administration. 

Dnhslla CII9IQ) — ^SSjQj <5$q#— Evil-natnred; 
; (fJfitoH-*)) wicked. 

(<38£llQQl— $) 

Duhsodha ^qqi 91 qaiQQi a©- $€j|QQ — ^ sr y 

(^8SCI| y— aOiQ a) hard to correct, intractable. 
"$8SQ— S. 9« (^e+^at^+Qd 1 . n) — K I 3191 q#©a 
Duhsraba toqq ©^ &<1 — 1- Which it is sorrow- 
1^83991— ©) fulto hear. 

> I 8191 Q%GQ q«t SIQQiGQ— 

2. Inaudible; not clearly audible; difficult 

to hear 

* 1 «JSI9i — 3, Unfit to be hoard. 

v I 3 ©9£ — ^* Harsh-spunding; cacophon- 
ous; harsh to hear. 
3. 9— 9I9««Q GQIQTCM; SQQfrGQI^ 9IS*6Q 
Q9aG>4 3S% aMWT OGSJia 9Q©8 CSggf 
GQI9 Q89 $<1 ( §. QOTiCIQ )— Caco- 
phony; a defect in composition consist- 
ing of employing words containing 
harsh sounds and lettrs. 

»<pffl|QH— 3, S><3. (9$ + 4_ai$ a +9tf. 9)— 
Dubsrabya $8fl$> (69S) t- 
(^MHQtQI— *9> Dubsraba (See) 


Dufcshama Blameable. 

(^saaoi — $) , • 

Dubshedha 9991Q (G9«l) — Durnibara (See) 

$HW| — 9. 9. (etfaij 99+ aw — » ^<w— 

Dabsankalpa Evil resolve. 

(9830^1—^1) a. Q4. q?. (o^g)— TO«r«Qig - 

(98TOQ — SOfGa) Making evil resolve. 

Dabsanga Evil company. 

q°. Qd. q.°.— to gcrGig— 

(^890*1 — ^1) Mixing in bad company. 

<j8gaq— q°. 9. — (99+403)—** 1 flQ Qaq — 

Duhsamaya 1. Bad time; evil days. 

2. A time of distress or scarcity. 
w I Q§9 — 3. Famine. 

4. Time of adversity. 

«pfl? — ^°- W- (^Jg+^ ai%+9^. a)— 
Dabsaha ^ | aq<W^; «W1 — 1- Unbearable; 
V 9gq?l — ^|) intolerable. 

'2.. Very troublesome or painful. 

Uubsaha SSgadam&m (See) 

^8Q!d1— «. Q. (SS9 + W ai^«©iq 9Q91 + 9(|[. Qff 
Duhsadhi ?.g. ^9)— ^l^lj <JIQ€»» — ^ 

Boorkeepeffp parter. 
9«Q1V— 9. -9«- (^Q+«!^) — ^ I 9191 «^|GQ 9W 
Dubsadhya ©Qi3IQ QIGQ; 9%qiai — 1. Arduous; 
— difficult to accomplish; difficult of 

accomplishment. 

2. Hard to cure; almost incurable. 

3. Impracticable. 

agQ^eaq— 4. Irreparable; irremedi- 

abte 

^sq»q— «- 9. (o^alj $$+*iq? )— «wh^© *m h 
Dubsahaaa aai9t9 £W ? ao^Q ^19^ — 

Foolhardiness; rashness; audacity. 


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(^WiOTQI — §) DuhsShasika (See) 

Duhsahasika i | ©q'1Q; 9icfal<&|9a — 
(Q89I9I§QI — qj) 1 . Foolhardy; audacious; raab. 

(S>«gi9S90l— 9) J I 83W99©; G3Q QjAw 
(^WlOTl--aQiqfl) 9KU93Q gG£ji&*»— 
• (Cj>89t9€<a — ^1) 2. Requiring uncomnon courage; 
(^Wi9§9t — Q) requiring audacity to do it. 

Duhstha ^ I Q^iai Qg — 1- Afflicted; badly off; 

. <$g — &{ftOg) wretched; faring ill 

($*gi— %1) -* I 9*9© — 2. Grieved. 

(S«S©I— «) * I 9€*g— 3. Poor. 
vh« — 4. Ignorant. 

* ! Q^, — 5. Covetous. 

(jxg© -q». q a, (99+il ai^+<?$. ©)— 
Duhsthita QgQQQ a©o — Distressed. 

Duhsthiti 1- Wretched condition. 

-? 1 ag 9©l —2- Unsteadiness; unstability. 

* I QMCQ-WSIQ — 3 - Miserable existence 
> v ( oo c Q|— -A Kisfortune; adversity. 

$8$€J— w 9«. gf. (9Q+i,s ai^+stf a) — 

Duhsparsa 53191 9CTgQ 9% $«J 9*«GQ S^J — 
($8l€li— $1) Which is painful to touch. 

(<2*itf©i— *) **. <? — 1 1 ^9w^ 9i«eqr— 

1. Cowhage. 
? I Q©I9Q& (GQ<s)~ 2. LatakaraSja (See) 

* i Q^Qiq (CM) — 3. KantakSrl (See) 

Buhswapna 1, Ominous dream 

2. Night-mare. 
DuhswabhSba Wicked or evil disposition. 

Wicked; of evil disposition. 

£©«©! ~ aiGQ. l*9$fl) £-QQflKlQI; Q^QI— 
DuSrd-kiba ' To peep. 

9©^)<J9(^)--G9. si ( »"»«©Q« )— 9©9©; $$$Q 
Duk(ku)-duk(ku) ©#<? 91 SW; a^a^^- 

^^ Thsobfcing ( of the heart ); 

gflR33r palpitation. 


9<n— v I $s|GQ agQ — 

1. Restless through fear. 

5 I 39©} ©&© — 

2. Throbbing; palpitating. 

SftSDSJfr— w. s> (am $© ^ 69iQ Qoaw 6 

Duk(ku)duki Q<32J|<3 )— * I JQ^j ?©§§— 

^^#t 1. The heart; the palpitating 

% 1^ i(t heart. 

«« 09 e$ae gs?$q 9$$? — 313 $ wqqq as» 1 
^F^PT& 9 I §Q£[Q |QG»— 

ET^T^rnjI 2, Palpitation of the heart. 

* I eiQlGQ §§1091 9IQ9GQS — 
3. A kind o£ necklace. 

99^*8? a^oi go. 9 —a© Qp % 'W G99i— 

Duk(ku)duki parpjba Palpitation of .the 

3? ^F^^t heart. 

^t%)OI— SiGO ( QIGQ^Q ) Q ( ^a. G^. GQlgl )— 
Duk-iku)ta ©gia- i.sia^ — Tobacco. 

q«l— GQ, ©— GQI9I (GQfll) 

Daka Doka (See), 

DukSn g. 9010^3 ffl. 3©l© )— GQIQI©— 

Shop. 

<JOiQ— giGQ ( G»!GQ^Q 6 G«I«WIW ) — WI9I©— ' 
Dukana Shop. ;^^ ^ % 

Dukaia <?$ Q^a»»«j^i^+%® »l%fwji.a)— 
^ i aiftqai; a*W — 1. silk cloth. 
-> I ^§ 91 aoi G»% — 

2. White cloth. 

• I $gQ 9QOIQ ©§gq ©5T© gs^ <?g— 

3. Very Sdb cloth made from the fine 
fibres of the bark of certain plants*, 
v I 99 9% — 4, Thin cloth; fine cloth. 

* I Q^qa 9^—5. An upper sheet; scarf. 
$9«>ai -€9. 9<a-a| 9% SQBITOfifc G3 91% %€|| 9S?0I 

Dukulia 8^ aw ( tii^l )— 

^pRTl ( An epithet of Srikyushna ) Wearing 

silk cloth i 

9« (QM9)— 91. Q- i «. 9?3 )— 

Dukha (etc) t | 384. QM? ( $8* ) 
(W^Wt^) *• Du^^ Qa et0 -( See,), 


9*& G0» 


( ■*•* ) 


3*fe 


3^t ^i qa owe aea smiqcq i 

9t*9»?9iqft«»?&i 
^ I C$61; al^l— 2. Illness; sickness. 

( siai— Gas %«, 09 SfiS l > 

* I S80 G090I— 

3. Throes of child-birth. 

* I (flOQ) OQSOl; «SS0OI— 

4. Dejection ( of spirit ). 

* I ^Mi SQt ( GOG1 ) 

6. Duhkha dhanda ( See ) 
£ I $MKiq Q&OI 01 9$q-6. At matter or 
description of misery. 
( aeii-~9« ogo « *a og© ? aioi aGsr 
OGOQS OI9I o§^— 00 I ) 
9 I st^jO — 7. Want. 

( aat — ooior sqcQ £ ecu $ci ©aias i ) 

r I 9490)000 Q^i— 
8- Trouble due to poverty. 

(geii— gs Q^eaooosT&M «mw'\* 

QIQ QGQI ) 
- I. Painful; miserable. 

3 I 98«0OO—2. Causing or bringing 

about misery. 

<£<31 600i— 60. 0— aoiStO% GOOl — 
Dukha deba To give pain. 

5««iaoi— oo. 3— <. 1 cos cg«i oqoi— 

Dukha ^>aibS 1. To suffer pain. 

^«r *ite*i > 1 fl» ©qoi q<p$ (sflsiGo goooi 

|STO aOQOOQOI — 

2. To undergo tbe throes of child-birth, 
<3»<31 R9QI — GO. 0~ fl£>GQ e^ ao^O G90I — 
Dukha lSgiba Feeling of pain in the mind. 

3* «iM ( c»ai — oior oai gS-aco $* Q0£ 1 ) 
^r 35*RT 

<£<ai— go- 0. q?. ( «t. 9? a )— 
Dukha (sMoqeo) aa^si§} oio£q ow" — 

(9?»ft» 3SU'3!»«Q — aoq&qp) A. name given to a 

(QM — BlO*iQa) baby whose elder died before 

( * he was born. 


3J3W0I— DIGO. (*W«0*^^'iGl^Or«OI— 
DukhSiba 1. To feel sick; to ail. 

($SQQ9i— «*39) ^ 1 oiaiqg gooi— 

^Tl 2. To*be aching. 

f^OT GQ. $?— ^Sfit G991 — To give- pain. 
9,«l$8— GO. 0. ( tf.^MI )— QQ8Q «WGO ftOI Wfr 
Dukhadukhi '" flQ3|Q 01 3G0iaiO0«i— 

$*tt$$t Mutual misunderstanding. 

$aio— gi60. ( wuma ) 0(3. ^«)— 

Dukhan t, | 9)^1. ^09 qq — !. Illness, 

J 1 Goooi; Qiaij goioiow- 
2. Aching pain. 

$80 —oi. o<a— ^iqo ( gos ) 

Dukhita Duhkhita ( See ) " 

Cgifl — 91. OS. » 6 •J-^wl ( G0« ) 

Dukhi Dufckhi ( See ) 

[ o— cose oiooiogq 9*sl ao g?Qcr 6 

tfftCTGQOHQf©.§< l] 

oo ftogiGft c?IQ &s^ 9?a1 1 ^3^9, s$44ftt>. 99 1 

91. 0. <-l I »1 GQOSiOe 081001 Olfl— 

1. A name given to females 

> 1 1° (aoq&» g«i oiqo qh^q ©iq oiq — 

2. A name for calling a person named 

Dukha in fondness. 

eggfl w— a. o— ^flil ao ( go« ) 

Dukhi dhana Duljkhi dhana ( See ) 

(90I OOO, 9«1 €lfiriO-aOi%a) 

^G9 gfitl — GO. «— 1 I 9««l|0aiGQ 6 SiaioaJGQ ^ 
Dukhe sukhe 1. In weal and woe. 

^C^( ^ I ^^ 01 99$ 9I»60— 

2. In times of prosperity or danger: 

* 1 «^ ^orTsljO! aogiGO— 

3. In times o£ affluence and want. 
<J9I— €0. O— ^ t 0Q9 6fl06Q ^Q 9^91 OK?; 6RSN — 

Duga 1. A throw of the cowries resulting 

(^-aOi^p) ^ two. 

(3TW > I SOil G«OGO ^Q o^ioi VIO — 

^t 2. A throw in sakata play resulting 


^010— 91G0. («|MR) 0— ^QfiftOj «J|^— 
OugSni Riches; prosperity. 

<jti|«l— CO. 5. ( *. 9SW X — 

Daguna K \ § <|j3-i--k Two times. 

^«.." . 3 1 ( a, $9l« ) SpW* aaoio— 

^^P a. Detriment; mischief; in]u^r. 


in two. 


<•> 


w 


( ( T-*fi:~) 


9$G8QeQ 


* l ©«& — 3. Trouble, 
v | 3Q30 ^S^l— 4. Misunderstanding; 

. . taking to heart. 

* I 90^; ©$91 — &• Irritability. 
1 I M— «) QqQO;. SI«Qi-*-1. Slight, . 

trqtfi, dlo qcq <ja * i osi 
-> I (£. "9*48) 9*9flo.: — Doubled; doable. 
<j>«q$1l— GO. §. («- 9930)— «. I ©CM Q3GO tf^OWGO 
DugupS Q8@ 310^91 OlO «§J3IG — 1- The beams 
(GOI^tfl — tSOiOEJ) laid across the edges of a 

boat. 

* I 900/ — 2. Two times; twice as much. 
GO. 9«21— ^qga-Double. 

gjaJtaKa")— go. o<a. (a. spL«)— * 1 «w8»g«©— 

Dugunia(an) I Erone to take offence. 

' * I ©9^-2. Surly; irritable. 

m 1 9% c 4qg (oi^)— 

3. (a person) Having bad qualities, 
v | GSQ 0I$GQ GQ§ 69ia $«* SQ^OQ— 

4. Troublesome. 

* 1 oqoq a:« ooaioqoi (Q« 91) — 
5. (fried corn) Seasoned twice. 

Oaai-oqga g«5ii 1) 
9 1 (9 3$®) ocww q§; atoi^oo ««G9 ogi 

£1|Q£II<I — 6. Twice twisted (rope or 

thread.) 

(saai — og^tefl oq§ 91 qpi 1) 
3>9€€t— w.. a. c«qo s«hiq)— oqgq qsa oasr— 

Dugune Multiplied by two; into two. 

QIG3 0$CQ ao, 09 <$$& aoi OQi 

^qeaOQi— go. £— 1 1 (a. 9flT«) ©fltfooi— 

DuguneibS 1. To tease; to irritate. 

? i (942)0) 40 O^q, 90f 9P8 9Q9I - 

2. To do a thing over and over again. 

* I OQpaoq 9 qgo 9091— 

3. To twist double. 

<jjGgi— -fli. 0. f («. 99>— 9?— 

Dagudha Milk. 

■$6gll— GO. * 9*3— GOIOat (60S) 
Dugudha Dogadha (See) 

<98i, Q *? ai * 99a— ao*%a) 
-93 -a. 0. (9R aiy-GOifioi+otf o)~t i 99, do*— 

Dugdha 1. Milk. 

(991 — t(l) * I fll0§9i— £ Mother's milk. 


•• I (+39. ©) GOIOO— 3. Milking. 

oan-t 1 wi^l G0190 oqaio «S— 

* 1. Milked. 
j i 0Q©— 2. Filled with;full of. 

93 Ggaoi — a. ^-^a^qQaoot^^ara ore, ©5gq 

Dugdha kapikS qe^Q 00 GOQ 9«GQ MlflOl 8oi 

(€J9 gOia)«— A. kind of cake made of 

rice-flour kneaded with milk and fried 

in ghee. 

[ o— 491 91^8^ Qiao, 9001QO, qsooo 6 
' 9%9oo 1 9. aostaoi] 
<jf9ifi>1q— 3. ©— * 1 9a cer« (9; spaiao)— 

Dugdhat&liya 1. The froth or foam of milk. 
J I 099 — 2. Coadensed milk. 

9$aj©o— a. 9. (93+09. ai^+aaoo* •«©)—» 

Dugdha pachana 9a sn^jf 91 9I6J — An earthen 
pot for boiling milk; .milk-pan. 

$9 aw— a. o— 09 aioo (co«u 

Dugdha patra Dugdha pachna (See) 

98aiq1— a. o«. ( o^+ai ai^«§ooi+o^. Qg N 

Dugdha pay! k<A\ KQ. )— €9 Oa §4— Drinking 

milk; mammalian 

$aaiqp q@— go. 3. («otf «© aag^)— ca^ ogqiGO 

Dugdhapayl jantu o^QQQQ^ 51IO gQs 0|Q OQ 
" 9*€J— (biology) The mammals. 

9jg aigifir— a. 9 -^ 1 oa«^ (go«) 

Dugdha pashana 1. Dudhakhaidi (See)] 

5 1 <ogoiQ as (g. aQgisiQ)— 
2. A kind of tree. 

$a eai^i— a. oei. (oaqi o©j 09+Gai^)— 

Dugdha poshya QajjT ««L S?QI9^ 08* 91 gQiQIO 

<C$Gai<a«i[ -^|) 9Q. 91HJ^ — Nourished with milk; 

<a child or infant) subsisting on milk 

only. 
a. o*— Sqr 0nild - 
<jq Gffs-a. o. (^(1 ©©i oj+Gero)-^ i oa 

Dugdha phena Q^QCQ og% GSIQ* GJTtfl OI9IGQ — 

1. The froth of milk, 

y i 4ogoiQ afii g|Q§filo oa (g. awiao)- 

2. A kind of tree. 

Dugdhaphena nibha Qa GffaaQ 4g 6 0Qd| 

(€13^1) "As soft and white as the froth 

of milk; white and downy ( bed )j 

soft and milk-white. 


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Dugdhabatl G0§0^a 0«— (cow) Giving a good 

quantity of milk. 

DugdhabljS ©«q ; 9I0Q (.§. «MI«;— 

Indian millet. 

^Qq§-?. 9. (a. a. esfc sa+qg)— 9? 3901 g '«— 

Dugdha bhanda A. pail or pot of milk. 

• W. QQfl— G0.9. (©«» 0^<ai)-"<3O3«IQ gsisj©© s*o«a- 
Dagdha labana Milk salt. 

•OS €1QQ— 60. 0. (W» aQqsi)— <$a^G$gi©o g£sj 

Dugdha sarkara giq OlOIQ 0^ SIQ^OI ©©-"" 

Sugar extracted from milk. 

$1% gqo— a- s. (s. a. GQi ©tfaO —ate si«Q— 

Dugdha samudra The mythological ocean fnli 

-Q£ €SS> -*. — [ < 5?+^9«9G« (<3plQ) «•«]— 
* Dugdha sneha qpGQ 3101 €>$ Qd — Milk-fat. 

^Dugdhab-dbi Dugdha samudra (See) 
oQ9l-a. 9. isg+-Q9+*0— <$& GS<£ (GO«) 
Dagdhika Dudhia mendhi (See; 

-qj1 a. M, (9P+QCU wi. *o.)— 9a a© Q99§— 
^Dugdhr "With milk-white juice- 

A tree with milky juice. 
=^QQ— W. ©• «- (*- ? 6 QQ) - GOIGOQ 0$— 
**Duj-bara Remarried widower. 

cwm^ go. 3«.— 9QaQ ooi§© (?%«)- 

35T5n:» 3&T ^wi 06 married (male). 


Duja 


Second. 


giGO. (oiec»Q) o\— e*ta«iw?aq©9j WM 

QQq— The second day of a solar 

month. 

QQl©— GO. (§>IGfo OiO^IQ) 0\— QQ OQ— 

Dujati ' Two" classes 

©e»— go. $\ ©V (v. ^)-^ap% £ogeo— 

Duje Secondly. 

3€TC! qaKWMWcQaq 1 


56PJ Second 

3TO 95» s$i €9$ 1 eoqfcc gwo 1 

Q®9®— €0. 9 1 -— aW©Q— 

Durd-gurd Doubtful mind; vaccilation 

(99JI9 — «Oh%q) $*.— s©$ (©q) — 

Doubtful; vacoilating J(mind). 

<j» v cj©ai— GO. <?a — S9 v «5t(w«) - 

Dozg-gnigiS Durdguid (See) 

^Durfdurd Palpitation of the heart due to 
k^ w^ fear; heart-throbbing. 

3$¥ ^p? SO- 03.— Q^GQ 0#G> ($0^)— 

(99 99 — «Qt%a) Palpitating (heart). 

<^ N «69Q— aico (gswqa) o'si.— goigoq (co«) 

burg bihei Dobei (See) 

fQ9WQ— ao«%a) 

<^0I «QO— GO. ^. — 991 OIQO (G0«) 
Durda taraka Burjha taraka (See) 

^Dor^uka(ki) Dhur^uki (See) ^ 

<d©9I^sigo. (q9«o) o .— fl»a ©Q9i era; 'a^S- 

*"Dur^ukS astl©0|— L" 5 * Aegytiac a . 

<jf QQ— 3IG0. ( QSlfl ) ©— ^ I ©I89l$« — 

Duddighara ""' 1- Pound; kine-house. 

J \ aiQ«l©l — 2 - latrine- 
^O^q.'M. ( ©Rai^=SGI GOOI+QO )— 
Donduka v I ^J^l^OQ^— 

1. Crooked; deceitful. 
j 1 Oflft* QQ ^2. Mischief-monger. 

99£^*-' *?( «S. «4r ^ cw+W © a »° ) - 

Dundabha g~9Qj 0*3*} ^IQ— 

V Water-aiake; a kind of non^>oisonous 

^ , snake. 

op - go. ^^ 1 tea ace© oion OG9 01 a<^« 9^ 

but - ©GQ ©I 3© Ot _WWIQW O^^o ao^j) 

Dati / Second - 

©— ^8 { G0« )— DBtS ( See ) 


U O— 1. Pie. 


«0" 


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$* 


- Dutia(ya) * SBWd. 

jgf$? ^iqq ai^a ceo $£» gogs— gicl ©3$qa«cflQ! i 

^rnf Widow marriage ( amongst the Stidras). 
[9— «l TO9GQ 05 <S GO qOGQ « 9& 1 

gooo a$i ] 

<JGfl»(q) 9€JQI— TO- £-*-t I ( 3319%) «wrfff { 'QWM^ 
Dutia(ya) karibs I. To second (ttr proposal ). 

CWI Wt / I 4g| $#Mq<? «^ "3W 9Q9i— 
^nif^tsiT 2; To marry a gftdra widow. 

<^3ia(q)3«iQ to. <?— 9sia *gi (to«) 

■ Dut;ia(ya) sam&Sra Dutia samstha (See) 

Dutia(ya) samsthS £JQg9— The second marriage 
(^13 ^f— «Qi%a) o? a widower. 

$jaa(q) ew— to. £— v \ (9»9i ti) ao* wfl 99«a 

Dutla(ya) heba 9Q9I— 1* ( a ™dow) To re. 

m«rry. 

*tm wri -> i <Qj^r)- 3a9i $1%, §919 9e*9i— 

^niX 3FCJIT 2. To marry a widow. 

DutiS(yS) f*Q^F O^ 1 — ^^ »w»ond day after 
^SEN • fuilmoon or fl^moon. 

<gm *ivfl— siw. ( aiwa ) §— $ot 6si ( to« ) 

Dutia ashtaml Dutia osha ( See ) 

<£OT(qi) <&«i— to. 9. ( a. «gowQ-Br. sjaw 
Dutia«ya) osha gu &<ai ) — M $|asa a%?ft 9i 

j] — The eighth day of the 
dark fortnight of Aswina. 

£KP99 QaqdO QQ9W (<I99|Q) 9§ a«i9© aiqso' 
gcmw eaisqsQ qigbiq €icri9i9i^ a®i 935 6 

W QISQ 9ISGQ QJKJfillfllQ Bl^l Q1Q TOI SfaigQf 
a9a© 399 Q€ * &$ ©0-&SR «$?Q .«3 ^9^ i 
qOSQ ^TOITO^ 9I9B9IQ SQ CQQ TOO. <e 

$Gi*D(qi) qo— to. 9 ( *. £031+0$ «i ) — ^<snqi 

Dufcia(ya) chanda ©^ QQGQ TO«llfl9l OQ, — 
ftfwfa St? The moon seen on the second day 

^5RvT ^T^ ^of the lunar fortnight. 


*s 


9|3I 9»W' W TO. 9-— y*J"01fl 9t CQS-— 

Dirtl j fe5ffl« A second cupid. 

*J6^€J— TO. «— 9« ( TO« ) 

Dutteri Dut ( S® 6 ) 

( $e§a9ii «jeQa«i ^gqqto— acH^a ) 

^-giSQ. ( $vn& ) ^- ( «r. 9S )~Q9«lSi 91 ^iQ 
Dud 39—4 female's or young woman's 

( ^ v -a©*»qS.) breast. 

*[$— WW* «* a eQ SteS^ ' £ ^ 9I - V 

e9lQai< i q.9«i §«»%. Sft ™ ^TOIQQK I 4 

gaQ^TO Sfi? a^f %1 9iq9«iQ§0; <K?qsS 
(TOlQa), 6«Q ^ QGM8 ao «J9 9§ aaes 9m98»' 

<J<JQ-TO. 2l(a» ?+*? )— 3TOM9 9*£4 $Q ^Q 
Dudui ag?tl9CQ — Two to each. 

Dudupu dudupu The sound of Damaru. 

§3fi[— TO. S. ( «. a.93 )— wsfl ( ^ ) 

Dudura Dhatura ( See ) 

$3Q er^ai— TO. 9 « — ai^q a? Q^ ai9iQ spq 99! 

Dudura phulia 6 ^%Q TOlQeiK ( 9tTO )— 

( utensils ) Having the rims notched 
and foliated like the DhaturS flower. 

*~Dudruma A kind of yellow onion. 

QU TO. 9. (*• SS ,— * ' a ^3 ?S — 
"Dudha 1. Milk. 

-> { ?l|€)gQ*i— 2. Mother's milk. 
®Q aSlQGQ S»l$ I «$l a| £" ^^L 6 5l|0|fllTO 3^ 6 

39H%aG©9 g9iQ Gaffli9«iQai qn TOQaieuD.aaij 

^a, 99,. 99, 9a, 990 ? 99« ; 99©, 9«U Q*a, ^, 

^9,159, 999 Q9«*iQ I ■' , 

Q9©I©GQ ^ 9@OT €<3S^ TO9& %1 S 1 ^ S9IQ 

9?®«] 

* i a®|— 3 Udder-. 


^tf 8ft«l 


( «?•« ) 


.$a G©l«9* 


*tCWI 5 g©— 

4. Mamma; the breasts of the female. 

* l qsq dkfe 3a aei ioi Qq — 

5. White juice resembling milk; milky 

juice. 

<3&ia«ei— go. s-^gq «ooi 9s»qgq «oq aya© 

Dudha alata Q^gi QCT §« 3 3J$»9£— 
" Sj$ ^srt^TSl Ruddy colour; slightly red colour ( red 

and white ). 

Qd «D^f Ql— GQ. 4?— $*Kj[ ©a* QQGQ Q3 &SIQQI-— 
Dudha autiba To boil milk. 

Dudha uohhSliba «gfl$| QGQ 99S> ^Q a$IQ9l — 
^ C$W To throw up milk (said of infants). 

<£4 $S 9t SWI-G9. 9-flieOl% 3q_ G^GTO 3SKJ 
Dudha kata kata heba qqi Q|<? Q 9GQ 81© 

g£>g£wa£ G$IQ 9^91— An unpleasant 
sensation caused by the breasts not 
being sucked by the child for some 
time, due to the breasts being- overfilled 

with milk. 

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<? €9G$ §0€Q $939*1 Q9©8 3%3I §3 6 9101 
<8 awiGQ «3q- OTIQ §q%' $a «» 6Wl Q#i$ 

Qg QOfl- GQ. <?- 0«9«IQ aift - 

Dudha kalama A kind of paddy ( Howells . 

q&(w) ^_ai— w. 9 — 9a GQifteu 6 Q#9i ©sg$ 9i9§o 

*"i")udha(dhu) kuftcha qq$ q§> — Small pitcher for 
($a Q^5 $a GO© -TOi%a) keeping milk. 

Qy(tj) qgffl— gq. <?-s>si qo* qi §§ sggt $a 

^Dudba(dhu) kusuma ^fl © G9IG CSIGJ* Q|«q 3g© 

^jq_^l f Q G9IQSW— Bhang mixed with 

$a*W I ^ mi]k ' 

Qttfq) Gl©— G9- 9. (a.^si 6 <3ft1 )— <!©g©IQ aar 

"~ Dudha(dbu) kfeaidi aaQj £TC%$9 - A kind of white 

3.^801913; GOICTQ- stone harder than chalk. 

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QH{ty €feO 3*3— GQ. 9— gO«IOOqj[QI Ift* go*3 

Dudha(dhu) khia pila" Sg^- A child in arms; an 

- $C*ni CfW f«rWWT * infant; a suckling* 

Q*1QI$I— • 31GQ* ( 3°9§^ ) 9*— ^9— Condensed 

Dudhaghanta milk; a preparation made of milk 

thickened by boiling^aBd mixed 

— with sugar, 

<$y G89I -GO. « . ( ali^ )r^%tak gP flOO QQQ| - 

Dudha chipiba To squeeze a woman's breast. 

Ofei G^Q^I— GQ. _9«— ( G3^ OK) ) 9« ^9i^GQ 

Dad ha chorani sta^lQ 3Q| QQGQ ^J f^Q QC^I— 

( a cow) Which keeps back or- chocks 

the flow of her milk at the time of 

milking f 

Qfci G^(GQ)Q0l-G9. #— $a $$qi gq^GQ («i!4t sbq) 

Dudha chora(pe)iba ^a © GQQ QftOQI— To hide 

Sg^^JRT and restrain the milk from flowing 

at the time of milking. 

<£i ©9KG9)QQI— GQ. ^— gQnaiQ Q^91 9^S «'«■ 

Dudha chharda(r^e)iba gQ«(Q|Q aQniq QQ'QqQ^i — 

§*{ %1?t=( l^fHI To wean a child. 

Dudha cnhar^iba aQiig QilG WQ9I — To be 

^t ft^l weaned (said of a suckling child ) 

Dudha chhindS (nde)iba £9^| 9Q9t — 

^rcC^Stj ^PFt^l To curdle hot milk by applying 

<TO <KTWT some acid or sour thing. 

Q& §5901— GQ. 9. — QQ9 ^aGQ <£l*f 09^0191 aft 
Dudha chhindijiba aif GSOr G9IQ 9^1 — The 
5< C^*C5 ^t®^l state of hot milk becoming curdled 
T^ tfiCTT (o^ue to admixture of some acid). 

QU(*i)68C?h— G9. 9.^0Q?I $a«jL <a*i GQQ ©giQGQ 
Dudha vdhu) chhen* G3Q* GQQt ^O §<J — 
^^1 - Cheese made direct from milk. 

Q§GQ e^«Q OQ G»§%G9SJ* G^OI g|© ^<1 ©191^ 

QH G©»©1— G9. *-— alO SlQ GQI©9I; aiO GQf|i^ 

* Dudha dhokiba " QmQ9\ «lflqCQ aiff flaiGQ ^8iG?» 

^g iif^n <£■«*«» aj G99I «9»— 


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The condition of the grains or pods of 

paddy becoming filled with milky juice 

when they come oat of the stem. 

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^y(fcj)QI^— GO. 9^W. <S+Q9)— S«M9TO 9flG9 $6 
Dudha(dhu)d5nta ^Q| OI$— Milk-teeth of infants, 

gafc^W ooqgq G$aq" oi$ qgo ©191 99190 

0&9 QG9 l] 
<$fcl Q (GQDQ'QI— GO. £*•— (a. $3 +$9 aiSL)— ai $ 
Dudha «lu (do) hffibS 39$ aQ|^ OggiQ $a 9I9IQ 
Ifi Wtal OQ9J — To milk a cow or other beast. 

<£fci eooi— go. 3\— (a <£§ + 01 ai§)-e i Sq^ 

Dudha deba go«, g]Q qqqqi — 

^f We?Tl 1. To give snck or suckle a child. 

S* ^n > i (g«i% «'€ a«>) goioc ?ig 93 SOIO 

QQ9I — 2. To give milk (said of milch 

cows etcc) 

$$* GG>$li GO* 9.— (a. SS+Q9) - $a $$ (GO«) 

Dudha benta Dudha bhundi (See) 

<jy(y)QO— €0. 9, — (a. $$+$§)—* 1 9? 9sTo «fy 

Dudha (dhu) bhSta S^eQKMI ."qo — 

%K t&H 1. Boiled rice mixed with milk. 

^Rm *9© sue* fl a« « atf ; 

921QO Qq q«ji« sis* i aq*To i 
> I ffqSHQQfQ SSIOi as— 

2. Relished food for children, 

9 09 €ft gooi wo 1 Septo 1 
fo— S? 9GCT g© GOIOIQ6Q GS qoq> §WIGO 

4QQGQ «ltl§p 43014* 8<a& \aq©> gooiq n£ 
q«lQH GQQO 91 QQ9IQ GOOI f) 

•I 1 1«l9i GQOOj 99GQW GqOH 9g— 
3. Rich food; dainty meal. 
oa $«f — go. 9.— ^ 1 90Q agqoQ so goi©o,9I9I% 
Dudha bhundi q^Q qq Q SgfltGtt ^g^. q©©— 

f fc - 1. Nipple of the breast. 

5^sft ^ ! €11$ Q$IQ $Q— 2. Udder of the cow. 

<&IGQ 2fi€8(G8l)QOI— GO. €>.— (QMld)-^ a© O^GQSI 
Dudhare aSche(noho)iba VI 900 BOgiGQ QQQIO 
IjW^lfaft 9$91 — To pass one's days in a very 
(^>aGQ SL9V 1 *W — TO<*&1) well-to-do condi- 
tion. 


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^oiaaoieT^aia m oiOoiq og$ $<si ©ioio 

GOftfS S© §0 01$ I G9QQ41QGQ <Q QQ^I 9*5 

QW CiQ— QIGQ. (flSICI) 9 — GOfl© fi^Q ( GQ« ) 
Dudha lai Chemaidi lai ( See ) 

QU ^®9QI— W. Q— gO% 9WIQQI gOMQ fll^l 09991- 
Dudha fiukhijiba The drying up of the mother's 
§€T ^f^T breast. 

$bi qq— go, «.-( a. 304-aiQ )— 

Dudha Sara ^ | ^a 9^|QGQ Ol QQGQ GSJQ* Q90a 
5^ra *R Gq,3i qq g§ 39 QOI°a Qg» 2)I<1— 

^nfT IRTH 1. Cream of milk. 
J 1 «qjKl ^OiQ os'O^Gag • 
2. Name of a mountain in Ghumusar. 

<jd 9i§— GO. 9, (a. <$$ + <i?i§ 01 )— 

Dudha hSndi 63Q* 9i^GQ $a EilQJl ai<— 
^C*^ $tf^ An earthen pot for boiling milk. 

<^ai— GO. Q61 — t I 92KtH9lq— 

DudhiS 1. Pertaining to milk. 

Stfwli ^«f ^ l ^a GQ aoi— 2. Milky; milk- 

white. 

^iw,5ftRrT ( oar— $$« qi«GQ oar otq 9^ 1 ) 

* I ^a aSfgQI (Os^)— 3. (person) Carrying 

milk. 

( saai— ^m G0G«!fliGO wi§ .!• coia oi* 

, '^Q6Q ^a GOQ Q9I QGfi* I ) 
V— ^aGOi«Q— 

A species of cobra snake* 
( Sia ©GO G0|\ G0« I ) 
^80 Q®\— GO. Q-SI9 OQl ( GOS ) 

Dudhiakanda ' Khardi kanda-f See ) 

<J§I2D G^I0l— giGO. ( 09910 ) 9— 

DudhiS borda <j© gQ i€i ©c^g g^,^, g|a _ 

A species of wild viper. 
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0%^OI 0« SQQ WQQ ^lqjGO SQfllO^^a €0Q- 

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^i oo9oq 8q ang, ^ oioi Old qigq oj@* i 
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Q^20 fli§ - G9. ©--$** qcr aa *qi sif j ot^ti 9!?— 

Dudhia ma# Earth or soil having the 
^ sfltij colour of milk. 

Dudhia mendhi(5chi) <is gQ|Q qom ^©1 (<J9I^ 

<£w cfl^sa— «©i%a) qcr gqgq 43^ ^a a$ 

^twl Wl Qq QI9IGQ) — * kind of wild creeper 

g^sft with milky juice; Oxystelma Escul- 

entum; Asclepias Rosea Roxburghii. 

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Dudhiari Name of a plant with milky 

j uice. 

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^Dudhia lata Dudhia mendhi (See) 

Q$j20G>1— G^. w— i 1 oaaei q|^9%— 

^DudhiSli * 1. Milky; milk-white. 

^w, vrt*L > i ^9«; Ga ( aift sasfl *■<> ) g?S $a 

5^55, l^WT Q<— 2. Giving a good quantity of 
milk; milch (cow and buffalo etc). 

Qfcll -€Q. 0«. ti (W a£ ? g §° aw) — goefhfc— 
*Dudhi Having breasts like, (a participle 

used with other words and equivalent to 

—breasted. 

(aas— cas«i$al, siiQ^l^al, a*t$a1 Qcrns 1) 

WI§©2A— G9. S>a (S. §+ GIQ)— CTIQI<j0*i ( G^« ) 
*"Duuaburdia Donabugha ( See ) 

^Duni > Double, 

*Duma(an) 11- The universe. 

$fad J 1 acwil; %W— - 

gfatf 2. The earth, the world. 

<%<o\Q q? » aca 9PO— <aaiffie.Q€Kia 1 
* 1 qqg QflQ— $. The*whole world. 


v I 3SIQQ GQGO— 

4. The people of the world. 
* I ggift— 5, Society, 

W— W.§«— <>©« 9F9R ( G9«l ) 
Dunia(an) ohharda Dunia bahava (See) 

o©a(«8lwi^— CTGO.a (a)— Q^©*aio (g^«) 

Dunia(a5) tamam Dunia Jaka (See) 

Dunia, an) daulat 1. Worldly riches. 

^fiprf $5!?I 2- One's wife and children. 

<j©aKa")9iQ— g^G9. v« (ctd— «ra (91^)— 

Duoia(aB)dar Worldly (man); (a man) of 

fPra'Hft? the world. 

<j©eD(a*)«Q-G"§€9. 3 ( eri )— 1. 1 «giQO a^ q99 

Dunia(a5)dari a^ — 1, The duties of a house- 
^ fi^ Wl R holder; the condition of being a 

^ ftTI^ft house-holder. 

2. The ways of the world. 

<q©a(tf ) gqiqg^— g^gq. (gsw) («ii)— < ^^rgq gi«i 

Dunia (an)dorang 6 Q8«| (qq gQ) QQfy ^<&*Q\Q — 
5^t ^rtvfi A proverb; the world has two 

?f ftaif ^K^f^ sides, viz. the good and the bad. 

<3©a(af)Qi9iQ— g3gq. w (»)— ^ * wiarcw— . 

Dunia- an)bahar 1- Extraordinary. 

^^VT%^K 2. Uncommon; unusual. 

01 ^i^^fl <5toa w^ia— qaieia. qqsiq 1 

Q©a(a") flic— gq. «. q«— «iq si©; ^gs>€i©sQ— 

Duni5(an) jaka Throughout the world. 

o©a(af)Q«QQ— ww. § (a)— Q©aQ»«qp (cq«) 

Dunia (Snjra khabara Duniara halaohala (See) 

Q©a(rf)Q QO — G9. 9— TOQQ CK) 91 ^I«— 

Dunia;an)ra ranga The wayB of the world. 

o©tf(a*)Q «ioqQ— G§GQ. ©• (m ; QOTQI 9iqaQ)— 
Dunia;aH)ra halachSla O^IQQ «9IQ— 

S^R^ Hl 5tf 5t»l The news of the world. 

<V& QQ— SKQ. (««W5« «— OW QQi 9^L« QQ— 
Duni dara Doable rate* 

Q«^I-^€Q («"9^) $— q«©Q GlWWIi G«I^I— 
**Dund-riba To call names. 


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<$©ft— S. $— * I G999lfl|Q$r 9f9i9$aS— 

Dundama A kind of drum said to be used by 

the Gods. 
> I WSQ1 (Q. amJQQ) — 2. Kettledrum. 

'*j«fc— flf. 8— (9j-*9 # s«+99. ai^-f^);— e i wcw* 

Dundu gfl$$sj 891 — l t Basudeba, the tather of 

Srikiushna. 
" ~ L > I 9QCl*9l9i — 2. A kinbTof 'drum. 
• I Qiaqi, 9I99IQ TO9QS1 aO— 

1 3. The sound of drum-beating. 

Dundubhl 9|ft?t 9|' QOIQfl 9€*9! + 9$. &— 
: ■ 6HSfQ| ; G€>lR — 1- Drum; tomtom; 

kettle-drum. 
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fflQS? eCQ ^6« r S9?Ol Q^Q — OS S^CQ^a 9QL3 

J I G$QiKM — 2. Name of a Titan. 

3. Name of a demon killed by Baji. 

tt I QQig}_4. Barupa, the God of the ocean- 
m # I 9^— ^5. Venom; poison. 
9 I Q€i| — 6. ■ Dio&for playing. 
9 rQSI£MGQ 0^91 919 — 7. ^k^&rows or 
points in the game of dice, 
r | OrJ— §• The rear of an army. 
$€J9iq--G9. (a©«i©9Q€l ) a — GQIQO $iq $§£Q 
Dup-dap g^q €19 — The sound of foot-steps 

ff^tWH; JTfaTf while walking on the heels; -the 

thud of walking foot-steps. 
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as? i) 

9g©l 9^— 9160. (SWABS) 9*— G9lQ<3| OQ (G9S) 
Uuphuaka chuli Dopakha chuli (See) 

<J9SU -gi€9. S<V^LQ) 9— S»? (69«) 
- Dub-sa Duba (See) 

<£?-^G9: 9. (fir. <5>qi)— ^i; sft cuactfa qqhw — 

Duba Cynodom Dactylon; the doob grass; 

4 %Rfi; ?*R1 Agrostis Linearis; Panicum Dactylon 

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. :* i frcqdo) 99if °99 ere 9is— 

2. A name for calling Dibyasimha. 

9S-_ 99qq a© aj^ Ql qg^- 

Small or slender like the doob grass. 
9^9 6»C — €9. 9. (*; $?!«?)— 

Duba gajthi v | $99IS€9 991 991 Gfl — 
^£33 11^ 1. Knot tied with doob grass. 

P«mf5 > | <^9 Q9I9 Off" a ^ 1 ^ 

2. The joint of the doob-grass creeper .- 
^9«C a§»9l— 69. ©— 9919 6991 — 

Dubaga^hi par^iba Performance of marriage. 
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Duba gbasa Duba (See) 

WqQQ 0^91 — G9. 9-$mro 91 qp€tel9 Q«l^— 
Dubachaula pardiba The ceremony of eonsum- 

mation of marriage, 

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99Q * > 

W£Q— G9. 9—^1 QQQ9 ^§9 «Q^I9©G€I9 — 
Dubajhara A kind of ornament for the head. 

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DubadubSiii GQQ G«09l <939IQ G«0 — 

A kind of game played by children 
over gratis in a field. 
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Duba barakoii patra qcr»a 9^9G9 6 3QS& 9Q9t 

^^nt^T .gfl^GQ 9s9f© <3><PI 6 9Q^1 

|5 3f^r: #*3»T 1W 9p — Doob grass and jejube 

leaf used in the performance of Hindu 

religious rites. 

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Dubarrma 1, Lustreless; pale. 

J I %&f^2- Silver, 

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Q9S»*QI — G9. 9. (9151)— €>Q9I 99G9 C9«»fl9l QQ. 
Dubahamsa 9G€19— A species of bird found in 

the Chilka' lake. 

09I — G9. 9 — 99 e t9°9 ©M9 9^9 a9l9q«9 9»©l«i- 

Duba A name for calling ^ a person called 

Dibyasitbha -in contempt. • 


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<j©at— a- 9. («. 9*ai) -G9iaai (G9«) 

Dubidha Dogadha (See) 

Q§Q— G9. ^« (S. 9^)— V I QW- . 
^Dubula *"" 1. Weak. 

($©l— TOi%a) > I flfa; Ql£ — 2. Emaciated. 

Creeping grass; doob grass. 
$6QQ— G9^ 9. ( 3. 9 GQQ1 )— 

Dubei 5i^eifl|©Qi Qai<|Km — 

(^G9 — Wrtja) The title of certain Brahmanas. 
§tf— G9IG9Q ( G9S ) — Dobei ( See ) 

9a(q)9i— w. 9 — '«. i 33918 ( ^fl ) 

Dum-(mu)ka 1. Dumukanj ( See ) 

- 2. A violent and loud fist-blow. 

^flOfil— GO. 9— $9ai$Q €1101 6 98 ©CQQS QS QQGQ 

Dum-gajSi q59I §d GQQSGQS — 

vspffil A boil coming out at the end of the 

^TpnTT, backbone of some domesticated 

^fffafa iff myna birds. 

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GQGfii «9I 0$ G9IQ9KI i OGO« <§ 93 €SH< 

©GQQ flftSKI I ] 

<2fl€>— g'Sgq. q. (sea*) — 

Dum-chi GQIQlQ QIMGMi fflc| Q^9^GQ!9IQ 

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5*sft il3 SQ ©»GQ 9<5?l G9IQ ai<— 

The throng which goes round the tail 
*- of a horse and is attached to the 

saddle; a crupper. 

$^(q)«i— CQ. ( a©M©9Q«si ) a— 

Dum(mu)dam QQfljaQ §CGQ $ai fll^Q 39 — 

Repeated thumping sounds of hard 
fist-blows on the back. 

Dum(mu)dum(muj G©I®GQ 9Q99Q G^Q9I9, 

9& Sfi? 19 . i G91QGQ- 931 <IIQ9tQ 6 

W^i^r^W'/ »Qi%0 G©!§G^ 9<&l G99IQ 09-- 

^PtfVI, ^TWfa Sound produced by running quickly* 
^rjn^TT by dealing hea*Vy fist-blows and 

while raining cats and dogs. 


£a9iq— g$C9- ©a. (0*1)— v I wqg— 
Dum-baJa 1 . Haying tail. 

c=mNi j r 99 'osqg — 

^irm&T 2. Having big tail. 
$ja — G9G9- «• ( £H. $% 8©q^aos)o ) — Qa*9 — 

Duma Tail. 

^, cw fliGQ. '(awO 9— Qp »9> Sa— 

^JT High land; mound. 

$fll— G969. 9— ^HJ-( G9* ) :' ^ 

Duma DumbS ( See ) 

<j»fllfi>— G9. ©— «09ft g»t 99141 «9 ^9JQ£| GQ9— 
Dumaja A caste of Sudras inhabiting 

Sonepur State. 

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99GQ §QQ wi§ ^iC * ^ Q ' *i?'/ ^ Ql ^?^ aeiais> 

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9&9I — G9. 9— SL«9I ( GQ9 ) 

Dumuka Dum-ka ( See ) 

3IGQ- ( SHQ3Q ) © — flflOO *9Q Ql 9* 

QOGQ 991 QOI ©^5 ^ — 
Protuberance on a level road or 

embankment* 

9fl9l8— CO. 9 (aGWTO)— ^ * GOIQ 9Q^I— 

Dumukani 1. Bbining cats and dogs. 

^qai9 J ^ 2. Torrentail shower. 

W^t ft^ ao ^n^ifl G^i© a<aa, *©a «^q^ 9«ao1 ^sg, 

aiG9. (gwkO «-X w- S39* >— 

QQQ^fiW G99I— Jumping up. 

^q9Q|-giG9. (3SIS) ^— RQQ^L^ G^l — 
Dumukiba To jump up. 

Damnndi HaTing two heads; two-headed. 
© — £9IS$ 3 ( G9« )— Domundia ( See ) 

q3(a)<pi-99.- 9— €^?5(«5 Wl%l G9G9 QQS^Q^ 
Dumu(ui)duma 9a|— Some repeated sound 

^ isi^T . ^ fist-blows. 

99P99? 1 9qi(G€l)Q^I— €9- ^— QQqiaa GQ^I CQGO 
Dumutm)duma bas5(se)iba 921) «IIQ9I — 

aswsift To deal some sound fist-blows 

^KTftWWT : repeatedly, 

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Dumudumia(aS) Udu»adia" ( See) 

( saai — 93$9a «q i ) 
<3*ii— G9*G9. 9. (en. $3?iqt4MS)— v* 5 ®** 

DumbS «KTdl©gi€>, $Q* 4 OKljQ TOCllq <39 

^1 SOIQ Cfl^l — A thick-tailed sheep of 

g**T Persia, Afganistan, Turkey and 

Kashmir; fat-tailed Turkish sheep. 

[ q — <]91Q Q& esilft 6 QQ 3Q $9 <$ GQIQ I 

<M?KjL9lf €969 93 9«G%b<9l% GGIG9 9Q9KI 

«£01— TO. (Q9<*) 9— $ CIGj 9g— 

Duja Second thing- 

-as qpv «to flan 
9 asi§Q SQ9i eei i some*. Q090 I 

$qi— flITO. (9IG«Q) — (94. $q 9. ^91)— 

Duya $£[. ^£9— Both.- 
$$— *• (€jai3Q f ) (GQI ai^^CQQQ 0Q9I + Q$) — 
Dur 2I9^%9$Q§9a*iisa9 Qa«cf— A prefix 

denoting the following senses. 
«* I ^8$ — 1. Affliction. 
y I ©©0—2. Blameable, . 
m t AG— 3. Bad; evil, 
v 1 ^ — 4. Wicked. 
* I ©€$ — 5. Forbidden. 
9 I 0% — 6. Difficulty; trouble. . 
9 I 21999 — 7 Deterioration, 

aa— ^Q^, $ttf, 3$$i Q&*& 1 ] 

<g$— TO. Si— <$)§ (GQ4) 
Dur Dur (See) 

3.®0Q(Q)— TO. «— $8 (TO«) 
Dur-kar(ra) Dur (See) 

<$§©©— GQ. *. (m%) -<^9 (GQfl) 
Dur-chuka Dor (See) 

<£©(%)<£©(%) 9TOh- TO. $\—(skm) a© gogqQGQ 
Dur(ru)dur(ru) jalibS qqq© G99I — To burn 
^tJVTTi violently (said of a burning fire). 

$8001— to. a. (a. 3§+oois}0) — ooi^hqiq ai— 

Dur-pala Beoff^ 

*$£flKW9* A 9V 3F>3°! 9S^aoi 1 »i$i«1« , o 1 
$$9§h- StTO. (91099) 94-9«9s/aQ«ifQ; 008'— 
Dur-biohhu - Very restless. 


^J^—TO- G»— 29 fl -3 *^TO QQ G#» 9t *0% 
Dur-mua g€J 6191 «9I0I0 09, 31919 ««9l 89 qiWjL 

WP $9ro 9? $8^ -mo oqgw— 
T^^'^^S^ ^ raimmer * 

$Qq&— TO. 9—9Q $1^91 9Q«» qjgpGM— 
Durakuli Erycibe Faniculata. 

f 9 — «9I9 «iei ©oai 1 <i qp a»i (J 909*1 £tq 

$QQ -*. 9. (SL© 4- ^53 ==■ a «t') — ^ I 00* a€HG«Q— 
Duraksha 1. An unfairly played game of dice, 

* I 99J9 1 *© — 2- Dishonest gambling. 

* I g$<& 6o99«i aai 010 — 

3. A loaded or false dice. 
«. 9^-(9®+«iS) $«& G«?«qg-Evil-eyed; 

weak-eyed. 
OQ9Q— 2. 9 6 9«l— ^G« «i (G<3«) 
Durakahara Durllekhya (See) 

Duratikrama q&Q% 3(91 3§»©GQ 0O9 OQsaiQ 
(5QO«9l — $) 9 aicq— Insurmountable^ uncon- 
C$>Q9$8©I — 9) querable; hard to get Dyer or 

0T«rcome # 
3. $— §| qrQ <Q 9ifl— A name of Bishiiu. 

QQ©^fla-a. 9. (^S^^aGQ+aQ^qd)— 

Duratikramana sq 9^|GQ.QQS19I 91 QfQG99E— 
Crossing or overcoming with great 

difficulty, 

QQ©$a$1q— a. 93. (^+aQ+«^ ai^+o^ aqi^)-- 

Duratikramaniya 9QQ$3 (G9<a) 


Duratikrama (See) 

9Q0W (TOfil) 

Duratikrama (See) 


(S[90««1q0|-9) 
Daratikramya 

(^OO&Hei — 9^) 

Q^Osq— e. 9*4. (9§§laj ^=-9«4GQ+€io<iq= 

Duralsyaya si^g O^QM SJI9I^)— «. J ^jSblO 1 !- 
(^Q9Mqj — 4I) 1. Hard to kill. 

(3^9^91—3) 5 1 9S©^fl-' 

2. Hard to cross over. 
* I SJ9R — 3, Difficult to overcome. 

Q£<$%— a. 3. (otfais «»+aj%)— v 1 mqcn— 

Duradzushfa 1, Bad luck; misfortune; hard fate; 

evil destiny. 


^swrci 


( *rt* > 


990Wq 


y \ 8IEI — 2- Sin. 

(QQ^QI — q 1 ) Unfortunate^ unlucky. 

Duradhigama ^ | ^g |g«,. ^QQ;— 

(§)Sja€W— ftl) 1. Difficult of attainment; rare. 

(<S[SN|afl«>|— 9) -> I $QS; 91£M — 
2. Inaccessible. 
w I Q€@£j — 3. Difficult to be known; in- 
comprehenaible;hard to be studied. 

-SQ^SKW -.«-.««. t^+a^-t-afl aiq+Q<f. a)— 

Duradhigamya QGftgg (£^a) 

(QCWaail - aj) Duradhigama (See) 

(QQ^aCHQI— ©*) 
$Qtt — a. 9. (orfaij ^+aac^+* ) — K \ 9Q oei— 
Duradhwa 1. Bad way; 'wrong way. 

J I SL aa 5 <Jl«IO— 2. Evil ways. 
9«. qj. (9g^tf— qflrforf — 
(SQai — $|) Taking to evil ways. 

(9G*&©I— 9) 

Duradhyabasaya 1. Bad undertaking 

2. Perseverance in bad acts. 
( ^aQSisji— <| ) «. 9s. go— qq QQ«ggiq— 
( ^5jai9qiqoi — 9 ) Persevering in bad acts. 

^Qaq— e. 93 ( 9§+aas^ay^©)— ~ 

Duradbyaya t. | <$%\Q H . g|9l 9IO QQ9iq 3^©Q— 
(^Sjyqi— ti) 1* Difficult to read; illegible; 
( ^jaaqol— 9 ) difficult to be mastered. 

' I £3191 ETOiq 9^|9Q— 
2. Difficult of attainment. 
<£Q<$> -St. 9«. ( 9$£lS ; ^g+Bg—CW )— 
Duranta * | <^$\fy ^Qaoq — 
l^Q^f-%1) 1. Invincible; unmanageable. 

( 3Q$9I -9 ) 

■* 1 9^5 >%i^ — *** "Wicked; "naughty. 

* I 99IU — '3. Insubordinate; unruly. 
tt | o©5j — 4. Incomprehensible. 

* I QC©*^ — 5. Knowable with difficulty. 
9 t $jQQ$SMii^; ^jfifch — 6. Impassable. 

9 I a§ ciqq~7. Very deep. 

■r | «Q!9* «$3— 8. Boundless; shoreless. 


<M 9©§; 4M<--9* QOTIQQ h- 
9. Frightful-, violent; fierce. 
** I'flqS- '&H9IQ 9€WM-TO ( g. WS1SI3 ) — 
10 . Evil; ominous. 

^Q^fcs 1 ^^. 9— SjJ M -Wickedness. 

Durantapaaa i $$9Q *Qi «0flr©-e$« ) 

GQ. 9 — 9fS^ 9ffG— -&« invincible^earson. 
acQ ci$* qq,Q9 *q& 9t9fQ ^ ^ ■ . ..~_ . 
q$qq <» 'Sacs— -quiffta. flQioni'l 
^Q^9— «. 9. <<g + a$+9 )— &?; A9ICW ( §. €»- 
Durantaka q|Q$ )— God Siba. 

$Q»Q— a 9<S — 1 I ( S- $0$ ) $QSfe $$*— 
Durandhara Fierce: abnormal; excessive. 

> I ( «. aQSQ ) acwQ/gqpdH 909IQ— 

2. Strong; valiant; mighty. 

* I G9fo3 9l*i QQ9tq Sg©— 

3. Beady to do a work. 

** 1-8$ — 4. Skilful; expert. 

Duranwaya 1. A wrong conclusion. 

> I WG9H9GM — 

2. A grammatical defect. 

t 5~^G9Q 9»*q aocj aaie q$i $£p g^Q 
»%a©Q «qgsH^ -.-a£i9Q«) o^flia ^<i c^chsq 

eqiQQ ZSO^Q ^>o$Q I^^Q 
3. 9tt— » I ^o?h -1- Difficult to pass along. 

2. Difficult to be attained or understood. 

• I Ot^iG^ 8Q46 CS9IQ Q^W— 

3. Hard to Be harried out or followed. 
^QQGOq— *.W. ( ^H-aQG©^ )- < i Qm q9©GQ 

Durapaneya ^lOQ «qSRQ « QIGQj SJcSwiq— 
(^QCfeO^^^tf) 1, Difficult to relax. 

(Q^lW^-9) > \ SH9I ^9©G€i QQ9IQ 9 QI6Q— 
r " ' ■ ■ 2. Indelible. 

3. Difficult to remove. 


$QQaa 


< f<* ) 


^qois 1 


:1 


Durabagama Difficult to understand; incom- 
( QQQaai— $ ) prehensible; unknowable . 

Durabagamaniya Durabagama ( See ) 

( «jQoaq^i— <fl ) (oooarnqQi-e) 

$QQ€Kn— 9. ?«— QQ9CI9 ( GQO ) 

Durabagamya Durabagama (See ) 

( qwasiil— %| ) ( QQVaSHSl-r-^ ) 

DurabagSha r ^ | QQ^fl<,. 9€*V" 

( ^QQQJ9I — $1 ) 1. Incomprehensible 

( QQQQI9SI— § ) > I QIGQai — 2. Inaccessible. 

3. Difficult to be used for bathing purposes. 
$QQ€H@H — 9. %*— 9QQCII9 ( S<?« ) 

Durabagahya Durabagaha ( See ) 

( -5JQ9QIW— %1 ) ( QQQflWiQI— Q ) 

$qqgi@— 9. 9«. (9^+3^+9^ ai§+©#. a )— 

Durabagraha ^QQWq (GQS) ^GS»g — 
(§W99$I— ■<?) Durapaneya (See) 

<j>QQ$— 6QSQ. §. M. (ffi. G9IWg)— G9IQ9g (G<3<a) 

Durabasta .Dorabasta (See) 

Durabastha 1. Fallen in adversity, 

(SQS>goi — §) 2. Poverty -stricken. 

* I QQQQIQQ — 3. Miserable; distressed. 

'jqq&i— 9.9.— (Qd'aii Sgl+BIQai)— 1 I 9sf«N— 

DurabasthS 1. Misfortune. 

-> I 919 ^ ^Sl;' CW — 
2. Adversity; misery, 

* I SPl^HI — 3. Bad condition 

* I G9IQS12[ .3Qgl — 

4. gad or miserable plight. 

3QQ819— 9. «.— (Q&fl; ^Q + ^QgiQ)— «%GQ a ©; 
jDurabasthana G§WQ 39giQ — Miserable or in- 
convenient existence. 

SjWgtaQ— 9. 9<i. (^s+a9ai-Haaq)— spfeiiflg— 

Durabasthapanna Miserable; overtaken by 

(^QiiaQI-»^1). . misfortune. 


$QQia— 9. §><a. — ($$+ 2i9 + to ai§ = aiQQi + otf . 

Durabapa 3) — ^|JEH— -Rare; difficult to get, 

$Q$S»i— 9. 9- — 9$fiiq (G9«) 

DurabhigrahS Duralabha (See) 

$Q§giq— 9. 9. Wtfaii^g+«Qaiq)— ^qcw® (G95i) 
Durabhipraya Durabhissndhi (See) 

<5>Q§SI$— g. 9. (^+«Qfl|Oj-eWI^ 3HJW— 
Durabfcimana Vain-glory. 

(SJSQfllOl— $) 9. W-— SiQQfllca (OT«) 

(<S>QQaiG©l— 9) Durabhimam (See) 

$Q«fllfl— 9. M. 9». (9$+aQ0|O + CK>3 *fl|. <Q.) — 
Durabhimani *qqq»1. 53I9IQ siqQ^qi G9S— 
(^QSWIIW— d) (SjQMIOOl— 9) Vain-glorious. 

<£Q§»l<a— 9. o. (Q^ai ; ^+ae©ra)— t i gQQiii— 

Durabhilasha 1. Evil desire or propensity. 

2. Durakanjksha (See) 
<<j>Q§QI$fl— 9. M, 9.°. (^QeWS + Q^j W «?.)— 
DurabhilSshi g£ Q«iqg — Having evil desires. 
(9SQ©|€«|— a]) (QQQfiliQI— S>) 

Durabhisandhi Evil intention; bad motive. 

$Q9(QW»— G^GQ- 9«. (01. Q%g)— G9rQg QOhIQ 
Durasta(etc) ( € q^j Dorasta (See) 

^QQI^— 9. 9«. y (9$<a,§; ^+«,^,)_ 

Durakanksha ^ j iai<5IQ ef^JglQ G96Q G9GQ Q^ 
(QQQlSl— 4) ^< ^l§* — 1. Having one's^ 

t^^lSlOl— 9) desires never fulfilled. 

* I Ga aciqioo ^q sjQffiig «»gq— 

2* Hankering after impossible things, 

• I SGIQOiSqg ( QIGQQ )— 
3. Having evil desires, 

^qQ!^l-e. §.. (Q^a|. 90+WNBl)— ^ I @e© WfiH- 
Durakanksha 1. Evil desire. 

2. Insatiable desire. 
m 1 QQQ QgQIQ* Q0|. <$qai — 3. Desire for 

things which cannot be attained; 
inordinate desire. 
v I «IQQ§ QC 8f£ll-4. Ambition, 

The feminine of Durakanksha. 


SS9IBI- 


( +*:\9 ) 


%}&* 


; DurakankshI v | g^jQ agjgi qi QiqolQ $$§ 

1 Ambitioaa 
^ I QQQWl — 2. Of evil desire. 
91 I «0 CQ^j — 3. Covetaous. 

Durakramana ?j$;t3 — L Unjust invasion. 

2. attack with a bad motive. 

far 

Durakramya (See) 

DurSkramya 9<^9$ — Impregnable; difficult to 
(QqWdfcj— Wi^p) attack. 

( 9q$fli|— <fl ) ( 93SSW— 9 ) 

sjq$I$— *. 9 «. ( Q&iii ^Q+a^i^ )-ai9% a© 
Durakranta 9«J|GQ a$fls3 SQ QIQag— 

Attacked with great difficulty. 

<q»Q»— 3. 9«. q?- (9^+a»)— a© 9%CQ $aga— 

Duragata Arrived after great difficulty or 

( cqa©|-q3 ) hardship. 

Duragraha 1. Evil endeavour. 

■> I %? 9^SQ aaS)S93-2. Evil desire. 

sr. 9 til (9$fl£ ;— TO s^sjgq ag?q$ - 

(Qgfl9Hj) Having evil desire. 

(«3Q9©K>*) 
99©Q — 3. M ($§+a-|-QQ ai^+ofl. a)— 3191 «Q 
Durachara g^SQ a£*|Q $4; $9^8— Perform- 
(^QOQtilq — ata^p) able with great difficulty. 

Durachara^a Durachara ( See ) 

9QQQQ — «. Qdl —a© Q^SQ 91^0 — i 

Duracharita Performed after a great hardship. 
S. Q— WV* ( G9 ") —Durachara ( Se e ) 
$<aqQ-a.9 (9&1) ^+a«lQ)-^ i q£© aw,i»Q 

Dtarachara «t^Q4-L. Evilconduot; profligacy. 

2. Bad behaviour; depravity • 
* KTO a«W — 3. Bad habit. 

'i^q— ti) 9a— 9,3q$ t«* ) _ _. 

(9 -qe^©l— 9) Dnracharl (See) 


Durachari 1. Profligate, 

(^flWWl— O * I 9jalO; ^fa — 2 - Wicked; 

depraved. 

<5Q0fli -C9 (aoi) 9«a («. 9qoi)— 9qq IG9S) i 
Duratama Duratma (See)- 

6Q|Q ©QCI CfilQ Sfll' 

Qqoi— a. dtii (930,8; ^q + tog)— t i aiaioi— 
Duratma 1. Sinful^ profligate; depraved? 

(9q©S)| — §) evil-minded. 

9 ' ^%S> ®^f — 2 * Cruel. 
* \ <«!OTQ! — 3. Mean; base. 
v|Q«jj<5 ^ c q - 4, Wicked. * 
* I aQHia 1 ?! — 5. Oppressive; tyrannical. 
QQfclO -3. § (Olfl)— y©^f^Q <Q IPs ^€*W<» 
DurSdhana <3Q ^Q — The aame of a brother 

of DurJyodhana r 
oqyQ -^-a. q (qiS) — q>£$iiao«t *<«> ^Q — 

Duradhara The name of a brother of 

Durjyodhana. 

<$$H^— «. e«. 4? (9S+a+a«. ai^L^a^ G99I + 

Duradharsha 9&a) — v | ^fKiia — 1- Invincible; 
(Q^|a€l — ilj intractable; unruly; indomitable. 

(^q*i€©i-$) 3 I go^— 2. Fierce. 

§ # — V I aQI G3I€^ — 1- White mustard. 

> I $| — 2. A name of Eishnu. 

Duradhara 1. difficult to comprehend, 

> I 9191$ 2i|Qtil 96191 9fiQQ — 
2 Difficult t*> hold. ' 

% w Q. — 991S99 — Gotl 8iba. 

oqQfl— «. tfd cgQ+a+o« ai$_+Q# a)— wiq, 
Duranama q9fiSS «f SHQaiCQ Qig"— That which 

cannot be easily bent. 

OQ9— 9* 9 1 — (a-^Q ^q^QSM— 1- Distant place. 
Duranta ^ i ^Q«l— 2. Distance. 

**"Dur»ntara Distance. 

0$ <Mg©5 <5^CQ $91— Distant; situate at 

a distance. 


««* 


'-^*f 


( *rir ) 


<sqQ*~g. ©<a. q? 6 Sjl — (^q+w. ai§«g|©©r+ 
Durapa ©tf. «) — gif ^—Obtainable with great 
(q>qa! — ^1) difficulty. 

GO. § — $83; 9^1 — Trouble, 


<jqei€i©--3.©<a (9Q+aa+TOai$+a) — $$ro (g©*i) 

DurSpasada Durasada (See) 

<jq©ai (gi)— flt. ©-^3. 7$©©ai© «w sgsji©)— 

DurabastS (sth5) ■ $©©gi (G©S) 

Durabastha (See) 
^©18—3. ©.-£f© (§. a©9|©©) 
Durabadha Siba 

<jqq— *. ©«a. Kj$+Q ai%+ ©£. «r)— $©©j ^jeh— 
Duraya Attainable with great difficulty. 

(^qqi— il) ($q^©i— ©) * 

qqqw— 3- ©a. q? (©s+aqy)— ww aqa© ©q 

Duraradhya sg^g©Q©| 99© ©G9— Who cannot 

($!SRpll — $) be easily satisfied with worship, 

(^qqyoi— ©) 3. ©. q?.~Qa — A name of Bishnu. 

[©— a©© a©a© ©Q S9©GQ sgf ^qai© a'GQ 

G©IQ ©I© OW a^GOl^] 

Duraruha ai§+a) — sai©l QG€Q 39©GQ ©a 
"($$qpl— i) $« ©l§ — Which can be climbed 
(9_q§9©l— ©) or ridden with great difficulty. 
3. Q — t f G>$83$ (§. 3©q|0Q)— 1. Coooanut 

tree. 
-* I C©© ©g (g. «©*!©©) — 2. The Bel tree; 

.Aegle Marmeloe. 
Qjg^Sl— 3. 9. <— «$Q ©© (§. a©qoo)— 

Duraruha Date palm tree. 

©^GQGN— 3.©<3— ^QQijflm 3Gq€h©©9l ©^©Q— 
Durarogya Difficult to cqre; incurable. 

($qGq€W©l— §) 

^qgqs— a. © <a (*?%fc $s+«€39)— 1 1 aiei 

Duraroha qqg© a© ©€jjG© «IGqW ©qgiQQIG©— 

(SgW-tf) !• Hard OT difficult to climb; 

($36^9©!-© ) 1 ni surmountable; inaccessible. 

J I a© Q© 6 ©KJ«— 2. Very high and steep, 

3. 9* -©|©Ofi (g. S©q|©©) - Palm tree. 


--* 


$q€q§€i-s°. ©* ( ©&». Sj9+«q9* )— «© ©V© 

Durarohana 3IGQ93 — Difficult or da ngerous 

ascent. 

$Q6Q9I— €1*. ©. il— 1 I S8© ©Q-1. The silk* 
Duraroha cotton tree. 

9 I «©Q ©2 fe. aogiQQ) — The date palm 

tree, 

§9«S© - 3°. ©si - (©§+«! + V^ ai$+ ©#, a) - 9191 

Duralabha „a© ©«j|G© 8g©; ©©© - 

Difficult to get; rare. 

(©J3PSI ~ %1) 

9QQQ — 3. ©. ^ — < .1 §©,, ©«*©! §)<a$i ^o^G€i<3 — 

Duralabha 1. A medicinal thorny plant. 

(SSloqi— a©sq,a) [ ©— <©i ©i©9^ ^q 6 

3. SSj©J% G©©91, ^L©G^©G© §©©© t ©©IQGQ 

Q\<SH% ©&^, ZQty, ^©©1 ©IflG© 3191 ##* $<! 

©*3^!, ^Q.ft»l, *f9l -<J§ ©l«l£[ ©©la ©19© 

9%©©l, ^9©ij a©H o© q.Q© a°a I $j§4© 

Cl^l©<h©l <1© q^t | <9l G^©0 ©G© ©19 

?^rsi 6 ©sap© ©©i©o §<3, g©ii 

<ggrst; ^xrraT a©iiQ §< i <i©i ©c^i, c©f«ra, 

ffl. aq©©© *ra, q^ ad, Q©QGq© 6 

a. ©f©^ ©SG©G1G© §©©© I ] 

G3. ^©G€H§, 6©lfll©l99QI ^ I ^ft Q ( 6©« ) 

2. Durllabha ( See ) 
^qOifl— ;3. ©. (©^aij $^-f3!Q!a=5©l©<0 — 
Duralapa ^ | ^ qiq, — 1. Evil talk. 

9 \ $©!©<!; ©I© — 2. Abuse; ill names; harsh 
words; scurrillous language. 
M. g?— ^qaid) ( G©«l )— DurSlapI ( See ) 

<jjg»id!-«r. ©«. g?. C$s+aoig+Q©: wi- to. ) — 

Dnrllspi i | ©^q<a| — 1. Speaking harsh words 
(^q©fia-$J) > i £H©i ©giG© aioia ©qgi<i— 

(©^©|9©I — ©) 2. Difficult to sing or to be 

brought to tune. 

9Q«q— 3. ©. ( ©tfaij ^+«K»q ; )— 

DurSsaya ^ | qq qg©^ ^©©3«'— 

1. Evil intention. 
-<*HJ$$©lgl — 2. Ambition. 

{ 933^-^1 ) W— «i9i©Q6©ai 9©j ^% a©©i<a- 
(^©Qg©l— ©) qg — Evil-intentioned 

^qa^l— a. ©«. g?. (.^Q+»€is+ Q ^ w - ^^- — 

Durasayl \ | ^ a©©l^ljJ8©0q©©Sqi— 

( ©qoi&a— 3,1 ) 1. Evil minded; evil intentioned; 

{ ^€^©h-© ) malicious. 


w» 


( «rw ) 


$%©i$ 


y I <3>q©l$— 2 - Ambitious. 

■<££$)— s. 9. ( ©tfal; 93+*ai )— <■ i ^©igi— 
Dur8s& !• Inordinate ambition* 

9 I Q<||IQQ|<S —2. Evil intentiont 

3. Hope after unattainable things; vain 

or futile hope. 

Durasada ©fl. Si ) — «. I ©^Khj Qfifo — 

1. Difficult of attainment. 
> I C839 — 2. Insufferable. 
» | Q$*€ — 3. Indomitable; unruly. 
_ •»■ i Q<3j — 4 Wicked. 

* I <283lfcJ — *> Performable with difficulty. 
«j>€}9— tt. ©. ( oq^eQi+C ai§=*aa© ©Q©!, 9IQ©i 

Durita +0^l.Q ) — ^ I $<»©; fltQ — 

1. Sin; evil deed. 

2. Disaster; evil. 

* I ©Q*€ll — 3. Misfortune; ill luck. 
( 4,001—41*) §<a— V I ai§"|— 1- Sinful. 

■> I <><%; 51Q— 2. Evil; wicked. 

Durita kshaya V I aiOQ ©*©t€l— 

I. Destruction of sin. 

2. The end of misfortune. 

<£$© Q3G— a. 9«- 4°- ^«Q »l» ( GQ« ) 

Durita damana Durita nasana ( See ) 

($Q© W — 4l) 
<£€)© Qflffl— «. 9- 4l - «1 ^ (Wfl) 

Durita damani Sami (See) 

<$q© Q«©— *- w. i°— ^si© <»«io ( c©<a ) 

Durita dajana Durita nasana (SeeJ 

$€p ©la—sr.s (f^ ^j «©+«ed— «Q9«i (G©«) 

Durita nasa Durita kshaya (See) 

<$Q© ©ISO— 3. W. 4"— 9?° ^13© ( GQO ). 

Durita nasaka Durita nasana ( See ) 

Durita nasana ca 9) QI9I aia ©K) ©GQ— That 

■:(©Sl© ©I9fll-"4l) w^wk or *he who destroys sin 

~ ' or evil. 


Durita harj t©) — ^§© ©13© ( £©3 ) 

(qqo qiq$|— aft ■ Durita nasana ( See ) 

$€5©iO$— q°. 3fi». 9?— $Q© ©18© ( G©S ) 

Durita paha Durita nasana (See) 

($Q©ia9l — %$) - i 

Durishta qqs 31© — 1- Rituals performed for 

injuring others. 
J I 9Q©j 319 — 2. Sin. 

%€&— sr © (^§+9% =ai€i) — «- 1 aawblq aid— 
Durishti 1. Sacrifice not performed according 

to the Sastras. 

j I ^jjEiq (S©«0 — 2. Durishtha (See) 

$€}$— 9°. ©^ (©8+a© aaGQ ©1)— a© flQ— 

Durishtha *" Worst; very bad. 

<JQ -GQ. 9 — V I GWI ( GQ« ) 
Duri - 1. Doka ( See ) 

«3,1 — > I <Z&\ Q\<\ a]Q ©I© ffifl — 

2. A name for catting Durga. 

Durlshana 018—1. Curse; imprecation. 

J I 2§Q QWOI — 2. Wish to harm others. 

Durukta ' '1 . Evil words. 

J I CIIO — 2 Abuse. 


T -Durukti 


Durukta (See) 


Durugama Durgama (See) 

DurugS ,1. Goddess Durga. 

-> I (3) Q£! ©I«l 4lQ ©1© 9!fl — 
2. A name for calling Durga. 

* i q?. Qjdron qi - 9jaiW- qi Q^ig^iQ q^q 

©1© ©W*- 3, A name for calling" persons 
whose, names begin with Durga* 

Durogi A, nape for calling Durga, 

Duruohoh&a t J «©l©— 1. Obscene; vulgar, 

(95J.©rfi— «W^0 : * 1 ^Pl©^— 2. Abuflive; 

QQ©*Q©I |_ ' ^ /•' ( 3J9I ©%CQ Q©IQ«l 
^ u ' f 9 ; ' L <JQai<i--3. U-nutterable; 

- ;> V difficult to pronounce. 


^%qjji©l 


SftCW 


( «->• ) 


s? 


Duruchchbeda GQSSQi (G9S) 

\^.%C§Q©I — 9) Duruchchhedya (See\ 

9, 9. (+SP- «)— Sp«9« (69*) 

Durnibara (See) 

59B891— 9. 9« — (9$ + QCS9<0— ^ I 9I9IQ 9WGQ 

- ^uraohohhedya qq^ q^^ 9Q3IQ W 3I6Q; 

(^%"SiWH— $) SH9I g%S$ ttaqiQQ 9IQ<ftQ© 

g<]£lr4 — 1. Not easily eradicabla; 

which is difficult to eradicate. 

y I $$aCG£[ — 2. Irremoveable. 

<$&£— 91. ©.— («QQ^)— $Q&klQQ QiQ OlS — 
Duruja A name for calling Durjyodhana. 

<£$»»— 91. (S^) «-—^_M (69«) 

Durujana Durjana (See) 

9SG>q— 91. (OW 9«. -(9. QS$^} — 9&J (GQ«) 
Durujaya Durjaya (See) 

Duruttara 1. Bad answer. 

-> ITCaqgQQQ— 

2. Improper or unsuitable reply. 

6991 Q09- QgQ — 1. Insurmountable; 
difficult to pass over. 

* » (<9+Q^) 319 IQ Q^Q GWi 90S— 
2. Difficult to answer. 

<£§$$— gj. ( OQv ) 9- ( 9- $?% ) — 
Darudaruja y&Q ( GQ<S ) 

Durddanda ( See ) 
<£§Qi9Q— 2. Q4. (^a+Q«WTO— ^ITO«i S$gl8)- 
Durudahara ^ | gi9iQ ^ Qi9Q« GQ9I QOQ— > 

1. Of which it is difficult to give instance 

or example, 
> \ $$?IQ ( 051 ) 

2. Durucnflhara ( See ) 

$$Q9— 9. s><3. ( 9.3+904-99 aifc+gtf. a )— 

Durudbaha ^ | 9191 993 9^91 9^93— 

1. Difficult to carry or sustain. 
> I ^$$9; aq9* — 2. Unbearable. 

<$&*<$) — 31. (Q^) 9« ( 9. $$3 )— 

Durunae(ya) e. I 9*3; OOWj ©*»,?— 

1. Hard; complex; complicated. 

^iq «9gq cqq ^91 9394 1 gt©1- $39$e« obi t 


J I Q£|QQ — 2. Fierce. 

Durupasada w gQQI+gtf. Q ) — 

«. I ^flg — 1. Inpassable 
> I ^H9«i— 2. Available with difficulty. 
*> I ^859 — 3. Unbearable. 

$9!S[9H— gi. (a9i) 9. (s. ^tf«h)— 9gfch ( G9« ) 
Durubhagya Durbhagya ( See ) 

$S$a— 9. (w») 9. (9. ©Sa) — $€a'( gq« ) 

Durubhiksha Durbhiksha ( See ) 

Durushti DiulSfati ( See ) 

$§9~~9. M. ( ^jg+619 81^— OO 9Q9l+©$. a) — 
Duruba ^ | Qcq>|y — 1. Difficult to understand; 
abstruse; hard to comprehend. 

9 %9©l 7 1 I QMIftj- ©q|qia ; g6Q— 

<? %9^ 1 2. Difficult of accomplish- 

ment or attainment.. 

* I QV9 — 3. Unbearable. 

v f QQ$»1$H— -4. Inaccessible. 

Duruhare With great grief or pain; 

sorrowfully*. 
$9*0 gigg gq^ qQ ; ^q^gq «e q^qq i 

QGQQ 60ld-^aiG0.^(a99IQ| 9«IWLQ 6 0*9^5!) p— 
Durei koli ^g g©|Q qg <4 ©191^ g^_ 

Opilia Amentacea ( Haines ). 

<jeqQQ— a. ^. (9^519; ^+a+«jQQ=*^i|Q)— 

Durodara ^ | a^ e«Q — I- The game of dice. 

y I ^i09l% &pft — %j Gamester; gambler, 

* I S?a Q&Q — 3. Gambling, 
v I emi. Q|«| — 4. A stake. 

* I Qai esoi© — 5 - Dice-pl*3rwr. 

^9(Q>— 69. si— Cj§ ( e?<i-) r 

Durkar(ra) D5r ( See ) 

^rga ^ dflQ QqSHQ 9|CQ )— 

t"l 9SI; €19 — 1- A fort; fortress; strongs 

hold; citadel^ 

i^— miqq? 6'q^r a^tiGQ ^^goid, 


SCO 


( •■■>* ) 


^«$» 


2. Danger; difficulty; calamity. 

C3 fll© *3ia <1$ CQIC; 

3. Fame of a demon killed by Durga. 
"* I Q9Q» — 

4. Worldly misery and entanglements. 

* I q&fy 6319 — 5 « Sorrow; distress. 
? I ©TO— 6. Hell. 

9 I qQS? — 7. Evil action. 

r | §c — 8. Obstacle. 

tl I aaCP£ — 9. Misery; misfortune. 
i o | 9I9IQ3— 10. Great f ear, 
H IQqalQOI — 11. Bondage. 
KJ I SJQQQ — 12. Rebirth; birth after death. 
V* 1 QQ3 QIC? — 13, Impassable place. 

$3 t I qcTg— 1 Impassable; difficult to 

approach. 

COI C% ©fllaCQ 9ft90 0aCQ COIGIOQ OS QCQ 0^9 I 

» I aash — 2. Inaccessible. 

Durgata t I STOgg; ^Q9flKI§— 

(aefol— 9H) 1- Stricken with calamity; over- 
taken by danger. 

* I a© Qey?, — 

2. Very poor; poverty-stricken, 
m I Qgal — 3. Suffering; distressed. 

Durgati 1- Misfortune. 

9 I OTO8I—2. Wretched condition. 

* I S^J GS|a — 3 * Misery. 

v I QiaQ"* — 4- Poverty; adversity. 

* I qg»— 5-Hell. 
£ I QIQ— 6. Sin. 

$«©«!—*. §. (?»1 »©; 9fte+aqH-9Q , aiQ gss--- 

Durgati kshaya The end of one's miseries. 

9&(;oiG9 s. 9^— 9?© Qi» (««) 

Durgati nasaka Durgati nasana (See) 

(9<fo©i4tei— *l) 

Durgati nasana t | ©a ^o© 91 aia^ GiaSGQ— 
"(*To©iOT — %1) 1 - Saviourf one who eradicate 
v sin 


J f G9 ^q*si e«a ©€Q— 

2. One who destroys adversity 
• I ©3 9Q r €U^ ©9IQffl QGQ— 

3. Preventing evil. 

<$. 0— SjdoQ' WIS QQS1— 

Eradication of one's miseries. 

tyfa ©qiqs— *. W— 9«WH«> -(e©««) 

Durgati nibaraka Durgatinasana (See) 

(90© ©QIQOI — $1) 

$d© ©OIQ«1— 9". 9« * « — 9<5©©ia© (69«) 
Durgati nibarana Durgati nasana (See) 

909 OIQfl— «. W. (95S©+9I^=^9IQ© )— 
Durgati barana qjt© Q1S3 ( GQ« ) 

Durgati nasana ( See ) 

$& «Q— «- W— ^«9 <M» ( G9« ) 

Durgati hara Durgati nasana ( See y 

( 9<a©s?q— ^1 ) 

Durgati harana 3CQ Sieia ( $33 ) 

Durgati nasana ( See ) 

$&— «. 9. ( q*ii$ 9$+a« )— 

Durgandha t I 99g9IQj flQ CM?; QQfiW? — 
2. Offensive smell; bad odour. 

> \ estee Q9«a ( g$Q9re )— 

2. A kind of salt. 

* I QQIfi)* (g. S9SI3Q )— 3. Black salt 
v I ttRPfi ( @ 999IQQ ) — 4. Mango tree. 

* I §51© ( g. SQSiGQ )— 5- Onion. 

( ^Aw— © ) w- ( ^8Sl8 : )— ^«^( CQa ) 

burganblhamaya ( See ) 

Dorgandhamaya 53(91 Q*I<J — 1< Bad smelling; of 

( $5W95 — ac^qp ) offensive odour, 

J I QOQQqQ-^'2. Foetid; stinking. 

90©-*. 9«. ( 9^9l«. 98+Ofc + Q )— flQQ^qg— 

Durgandhi Of offensm'smell; foetid* 

€9- 9. ( ^* qp* ) — ^ I 90^9 — 1> Bad odour. 

J I QiOQtfj aOIPQI^— 2. BreaEng of wind; 

passing of offensive wind through the anus. 

DurgandhiS 1. Durgandhamaya ( See ) 

j 1 ca 9§o ac^, aK^ < go© )— 

2. ( a person ) Habituated to passing 
offensive wind through the anus. 

t+9 


S^jt© 


( *tj* ) 


<^CI 


$&$.- 3'. m. ( SL«B+qgi€feQ. TO-)— 

Durgandhite $c$a^ ( CQ« ) 

Durgandhamaya ( See ) 

<£a©1— a. Q«. ( $ae+a& aaeQO^ mi. iq ) — 

Durgandhi ^fl^flq ( gQfl ) — 

Durgandhamaya ( See ) 
$GfQG— 3. § — ^QM ( SSS ) 
Durga,pati Durga rakshaka ( See ) 

( 3&110, $cfeaa— «<ft$a ) 
^cfa— *. 9tii. ( $$+«£ ai%+9tf. « )— 
Durgama ?. |.fl$QQ Q91 a§9| 9%9Q— 
( ^QOQl: — 9 ) '4. Impassable. 

/ I Gsqoi^Sqj oSqi «q 9$oq — - - 

2. Inaccessible; difficult of access. 
m ! ^TOi— 3. Impenetrable, 
v i 9$Q — k Difficult to get; '-rare-. I 

* I 3€9*^ — S- Difficult to understand. 
*. 3— t I a<lQQCS<9 ( tflGW, )— . 

1. Name of a demon. 

* I 9flj QQj Ml ( §. GMKK) )-2. Fort. 

3 A name of Bishnu. 
"* I 9G» ( §-. €1Q)9/0Q ) — 4. Forest. 

5. A place of danger. 
69. 961— ^ I G9Q B93IGQ «9Q|€lflQ 9Q9I 
91 Qftioa 69^1 9€j9Q — 1. (condition ) In 
which it is cifficult to walk or come oat. 
5 I a^GQQj aQ«*39 — 2. Excessive. 
( SUN— W 9«fl 9e?l 69QBS - : ' 

9 — 9<ai 6 $903 aia — 

Rainy and windy weather. 
^€Sfl«MlrHJ v ^|T-QQfl ( Q9<g ) 

Durgamaniya Durgama ( See ) 

( <$€ftS!£pj — 9 ) 

Durgamya ■ Durgama ( See ) 

^ «!«»—«- 9 &H Wi sp-KTO)— gsjq ewro^tf 

Durga rakshaka Qfl|.9Q§s 9ty9lQ-l- ^he 

( QjSqsI — aGN^a ) governor or keeper of a fort. 
> \ 9QQ 092*0 GSQI — 

2. The troop or sentries keeping watch 

in a fort* 


3. 9«1 — 9 QQ ©3?K& — Watching over a fort. 

Durga'Wfichara Qro) : qQ9<i WJIQ 9 &l giQ% 

fl.Q aiGQ — 
*. I €*%$#; G«HQ-r- L A bridge. 

2. A narrow pass between two hills, 

$dl--tf. 9* %L ( 9^-fCi^ ai$— ei4l9i+9fl a+qj. 

Durga S9j 3191^ 9*991 «£© 91 ©3 9^ 91 9°£>^ 

Q9tQ 9Q£fc «*u €a 9 jSgiqr a*Q<^9a 

SQ^GQ )— 1 1 9GI9G1; S9IGQ9Q $1. 

flQGI S^Q; «9«il a§— 1. Goddess Durga; 

the wife of Mahadeba. 

[o,— sn&siq- wh^ot G9wwi~ 91 egl 
«qoiqq egq Qgb e9'Q«s 1 eg $% 9,$i 6 

SO 39 GQ99iflM GQQ^ «JOI «9 9\QQ 

©§1 $34 4919a »^6Q cqwtq ©s> q^ c$$i 

»S 6S3 qgQICQ W ?4 flQiqf 699f g9£jSQ 2fi6^ 
fiQ 99« ©ft Mid Olfl alQfl 9ftsf ^ ®» S9<?- 

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OlflGQ ^«|Mi©| 695f I 0§1 Wv^-+o. ^CIQTQ QQ 

qq %a aa'n— - : • -r 

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qaoQ, q^GQ ^oiQr9 aet qq^gq i ] 

caTg, eio1, C9wa, Q«ig, Sqi, qqks, qgial, 
wwl, OQid, aoft, awsi, 99101, og Oi> «^qi, 
05I, «1«<M 9 3qoi, 90-fli, ffiqgdl, miaqi A dSgQ, 
«€iei f Stoo^i, sfP> €©i|^l, «q1, 9\a% 
&$, qcisa, Q, «a, %w 9 999^1, «ig^99fii, 

^€IIO% QOIQO% 09I9IG1, S9itfl,^gi, wi^I;«ic»qi* 

*wm 3 coffll, w, qwrl, 9i«1, 0^01, 91091, 

OIQ, 9jp94, QIGMQU G^QSI, ^GVQA^ $Q©|, 

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.-«Q9i, Wioial, wivwai, esiq, Gflfli, 9G»^g* 

«§5?|, ^flOl, 9lfl%9l, 0^«1 9 Gfllg^ QlfijJ 


^CiWfl 


( * rjm ) 


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8- WQiSiQ I ] 

? i 910I3 qo qo ( @. stow)— 

2. The Indigo plant. 

* i eNiai ssl ( g. scram ) ( €Q« ) 

3. SySma bird ( See ) 

v l »QS|$©| Q. SOgiCtQ ( G04 ) 

4. Aparajita ( See ) 

* I Q« 9<§ «?qw ©«wi ( 8- »9WQ )— 

5. A girl in her ninth year. 

9 i qatflecM ( @. assiciQ )— 

6. Name of a musical tune. 
■6Q, ©— il SG3W 9«S$I ftifl— 

A name given to females. 

$ci to, ^oi GQ<a n® q\q wai* 6 q]flisx£ 901,: 

^ClQSl, ^COQ QQG1 SOS Oia Q3K]|<] I 

«8 GWuiq Q%€?, %%«», 9Q&, 9«i 6 ste 
3§.ai, 9§.Ql f ^1, ^ TOisa toisi<i i ] 
^jqriIQ — a.©- fcp^l ©©; ^ef+taas)-*. 1 %«Qa© (to«) 

Durgadbyaksha 1- Durga rakshaka ( See ) 

^tQOO— 2. A name of Siba. 

«j>qi QOrfl— «. 9— «!§«• q$ TOsfl; afei owl— 

Durga nabami The ninth day of the bright fort- 
night of the month of Karttika. 

Durga plaja 1. The DurgapQja festival in 

the month of Aswina. 

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w qafll 6 <a* 3©9i 318© $< 1 a%fll Off 9W%fl1 
aw i QaalPff (seep Qacil) g^q* 6 os^q&gq- 

G3TO t 4@ aSCjGQ 2B9 693GQ 3 Q 6 $€0^ 9Q$ 

-* I 9W§p 9c^ia9— 2- The Durgapaja 
■ festival performed in the spring season 
( Yiz. in the month of Ohaitra ). 

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gal fl©l ^f — TO. ^— Q rfl a»l Q9QSGQ *J4 VJSO^l 
Durga puja chhuti su^q qi ^ qq €991; q©|§$- 
The PujS holidays; the Puja vacation 
( in courts and schools^. 

Bar gash tami The eighth day of the bright 

fortnight of Aswina, 

^(91— a. w. (9g+«^ai^+9q1 Of— > 

Durgahya a§GQ ^9- 9Q9I 900— 

(^Ql^l — ^l) Difficult to bathe in. 

Durguna Bad quality. 

to. 9.— «. 1 gifliwt qsigq aoflio— 

1. Taking of ofEenoe at slight things. 
J 1 a^L« 5 »©% — 2. Injury. 

^jfl 9q€JQI —TO. -8.-^ I WSMO W$9i— 
Durguna bichariba 1. To take offence. 

9Q ^$91 — 2. To misunderstand. 

9SL§te8(af;— to. m. a° 6 ^3 — 1 1 wqMg— 

Durgunja(afi) 1. Having bad qualities. 

[^5LG«i (tf)—*l] > 1 ra«jT eqe «iwioi «ai€Q 

a€W» OTOj «^q^««— 2. Prone to take 
offence at slight things. 

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3. Prone to misunderstand things. 

4 Injurious. 
* 13191% ^QqgrSq 3lQ8 — 5. Doubled. 

$Gda— e- ©~< 1 (3?+fi»s) -SK*^ 8 * (to«) 

Durgesa 1. Durgarakshaka (See) 

' I ($?l+$a) WITO9— 2, Siba. 
f6QQ »©«— TO. © — 9§flO§fiJ ^Q 9CP»I gJTOiiaQ 
Durgesa nandini fticQi — Name of the heroine 

in one of the Bankim Babu's 
Bengalee novels, 

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9«JiaO— TO. ^. («. ^S«!39)— ^aiQWt (TO«) 
Durgochchhaba DurgapajS (See) 


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Durgotsaba Durgaptljs (See) 

$6Qi$9 Q$9i — C9. 9— S^siq qe* qaoo^GW? <j© 

Durgotsaba cbandr ika & $ S WSCSS ( ©09* A - 
giolg Q£&;— .Name of a code of 
Hindu Law by Ramchandra Deba, a 
king of ancient Orissa. 

$99-3. 9-*. t (Q*ii; ^a— aq+»)— 
Durgraha qg?; 5IQg9— 1* Evil stars. 

2, Apamarga (See) 

($991— tf) * I 3191 a© O^CQ 994 QQSIQ OICO-* 
(GQ9QI— 9) I. Not easy to be seized; which 

can be taken with difficulty. 

> I 9G$ C q; 9€Sia— 2. Difficult to under- 

stand; incomprehensible, 
on | QQ^CICh — 3. Difficult of attainment. 

Durgrahaniya 9g*9 (G9«) 

( W"9«1fi|— III) Durgraha (See J 

(«g c 9tiil^l— 9) 

DurgrShya Qg^ (C9«y 
(<og r 19Hl— ^1) Durgraha (See) 

Durghafa 1 1 53191 S9GGQ QG% ffl§ — 

1. Impractical; difficult to be brought. 

about. 

> I QdQ- 3 $4121; S^Sia— 2. Hard to ac- 

complish; difficult to accomplish. 

* I 8339— 3- Impossible, 

* I gqfci — 4." Impracticable. 

aidl sq9 ot*. 9?iQ sea* i %fi v. «W9QO w I 
qq # q$ — ^ I q$ iqm^I- Not easily available. 

ass «33 $«l ^ **&>$! as 
c«tf aa sffi ^'Q* $?* • 91*9- 9913QQ w » 
i I Qa% aQSfl — 3. Deficient; wanting. 
CQv9— «Q9— Want. 

^Durghatana 1. Unhappy event. 

^ I 90^ — 2. Calamity. 
« [ 9Sfa»'— 3. Misfortune. 


* I 90^1©; «9f* <3f9| ©09 — 
4. Accident; mishap. 

* I 9919^— 

5. Impediment; sudden obstacle. 

Q6«ai9— a. 9. Kriuij o$+e«ara)— 

Durghosha \, j $£© 91 2I©9£S9; etf« Q9— 

1- A disagreeable sound; harsh sounds 
f \ Cififo— 2. Roar. 

* I (Q^gle) Q%— 3. A bear. 

9*«. (9§9j§) — <. I etfa Q9 9*S%— k 

1. Having a jarring or harsh sound; 
harsh sounding; uttering a harsh cry. 
y I QQ CI9G9I3I — 2. Roaring; bellowing. 
<$dl«|— 3. 9 . (9&H; ^ + Wra«D— ^Ifl^ »E19I9— 
Durghoshana Slander; infamy; evil rumour. 

09(«)«— *. 9. (stfaij 99+93)—* 1 939^— 
Durja(rjja)na 1. A wicked person; a vile person^ 

a scoundrel. 
) I QO 9«*& — 1- A cheat. 

9fl-t I dO^— I- Wicked; wanton. 
-> I «^°q 5 $£ -2. Gruel. 

* I 8Q SQ— 3. Vile; very bad. 
f$tifaffl— e. 9. <$?9+$9. 91)— t I SJSjQI — 

Durja (rjja)nata 1. Wickedness. 

(<3©S>^ — aOiqp) > I etaQI— 2. Vilenass. 

* I ©q A $9l — 3. Cruelty, 

$eW)q— «- 9«. (9S+» ai$.=-e^9Q9i+stf a)- 

^rja ( r 3J a )7a \ I 3191^ «© 9<%eQ »q 9Q9IQ 
QISQ — 1- Hard to conquer; difficult to 
be vanquished or conquered. 
> 1 <5^€Ti — 2 Insuperable, 

* I aGOq— 3 - Invincible. 

Durja(rjja)ya mana jgjQ q qisq— Oversensitive- 

ness; sullenness which it is very 

difficult to propitiate. 

(aai— g|$$ qwi«Q 99 ^ cii^ Qfi?9i% 9§. Go%i, 
9^1(^)0— a. 9. (^gi+eio— ««-9i ea -Oif. ag)— 

Durj5(rjja)ta ^ | 93 €h— 

It Misfortune; adversity. 
*\ 9i?lfi>— 2. Being, addicted to vice; 

perverse, conduct, 

* I 909—2. Calamity, 


^©L© 


( «r$+ ) 


[^i(«1)«H-%1] WL-q?.— t i 3I9IQ GQ Q^i— 
1. Born to serve no good purpose. 

;/ I QI9IQ fllO %©CQ ©Qj »«asp — 

, 2. Base-born. 

«* I aff©9 (gS>©9tQ)— & Improper. 

§©1 («)•--*. 9. (9$ 4-019; ©#ai.)— TO ©10— 
DurjS(rija)ti Low caste. 

«. 94. — 9©*© (G94)— Durjata (See) 

<5©1(^l)€»— e. 94. (9$+«9 9i .«QGQiaiq si9i9; 

Durji(rjjl)ba 9$q,§ )— aq<jj G^9QI9 $iq 3I9IQ 

$1991 ©^IQS Q<1— A person who lives 

on the bounty of or food given by others, 

£ Q t — ^ | qqq qj^q — l. Blameworthy life. 

3 1 gQ.QB? — 2. Evil animal. 

^urje(rjje)ya 993 (£QG|) 
(9.G©*| — 4) Durjaya (See) 

(9G©%>!-9) 
9|B^q— 51°: 94.— (<3^+G@q)— <• I 3191 ©$91 9$©Q 
DurjHeya 1. Difficult to be known, 

(^et r «j— *D .-> I 9191 W©SQ 9*. $<J ©l§i 
(^W'^OI — S) ' 9OTtel— 2 - Abstruse. 

-Sr\ 9*. ($$+ fi^-TO)— * I 9J«© — 
Durniiaya 1. Bad policy. 

(99q— a<iw%a) 9 I QflQ — 2. Bad ^morals. 

* I 9® 2JQQ4— 

3. Bad behaviour; evil conduct. 

v I %Q% €«ll©fl|0— 

4. Eow; wicked acts; wicked conduct. 

* I SQiiq — 5 Injustice, 
£ I 99*41 — 6. Ill luck; misfortune. 

1. Of evil character; immoral. 
3 I $QI©Q4Q3li— 2. Of bad conduct. 
qq. Q<g._«. | QQflj SQ1Q— 1. Fierce. 

(53211— QQSi <13Q ^ 9© C9IQ8© l) 
-> I ttdftit — 2. Impracticable. 

* I 3Q6Q9 — S, Excessive. 

.(aai -•,©«? C9Q <?4q 9<SI G9Q«S I ) 
"* I fllQQ?; 31<al$© —4. Fatal; mortal. 

* I ?I39h — &• Unbearable. 

£19^% ©09j9fO— 

6. Hard; complicated. 


9".- 


*<cf£i>— Clondy day, ; - : :; 9 ^ 

<S$tol — «- 9 . <^+OI?l^)— 9iq©l ( 9999f9) — ■■ 
Darnnaml ^i; i ; r ; Oyster. 

99$ — 94. (<^-Hwj ai$,+s4.*>— t i-o^a— 

Durddajjda 1« Unassailable; hard to subdue* 

(9&J-BS*^q) ^ »^p^ r — 2. Unruly. 

<i $9«a ^9 s %g$ «ifcs osjj. ,..,-. 

Durddapdya QQ^ (GQ3) ^_ 

(^>%iQ|— 9) Durddand* p^See) 

(^4g«ii— 5,1) (9^— a9?%a} 
99a — a. m. q?. (9g+Qa ai%Q#+«0— e i asiaj — 
Durddama 1. Hard to control. 

(99^1 — H) J I <5Si^— 2. Irresistible. 
(^9 f fl91— Q) « 1 iai9l% ^9©SQ 951» 91 941^0 
(^Qfl— a©i^9) ©q giQ 9 qiGQ — 3. Inplacable; 

indomitable; invincible, 
v I aafcij 9«aigff-4. Untameable; un- 
controllable; hard to control. 

* I «9jy — 5. Insolent. 

^ I" «MB30 — 6". Unbridled. - ^~ 

«. 9 (+Q9. a) - <* I ©^|GQ QflO ©€191 - 

1* Taming with great difficulty. 

* I eqg4|o4 ©I© 9^99£5TQ apneas - 

2, Name of a son of Basudeba. 

Oarddamaniya Durddama (See). 

Durddamya Durddama (See) 

(99 w— il) (99'ftiQi— e) (^qcih— aoi^p) 
9^e— «.94.(99+Vl fc «SL+^. ^)—^ 13191% gwsQ 

Ourddarsa qg %<\ ©|@ ( gg||, ^») — 
(99'ai — il) 1. Difficult to be" looked at 

(99 SOI— 9.) ^ 1 Q^^TQ %QQ3%-^2. Frightful to 
QQ« 1 ■ look at. 

^©%— *. 9 (©^1; 9gi+QQl}-»t I 99931— 

Durddasa 1. Miserable plight; misery; distress, 
(^941 — 9B$,Q) > \ .9cSfih — 2, Misfortune^ adver- 
(99*41 — aQM^Q) sity; hard lot; calamity, 

[g_ <j^ 994193, 99*4i«^, 99*aip99 a9 

49 ©ISl ?<1 I] 


<1*9 


<%$% 


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OarddlfeU Durddama (Sefe). 

■'9^^*-^ 9 I «€IIQ — 2. Unsatiated. 

<t^% — wqg) J I §© <g$$W)--2. Siba. 

* I 9©q$ (|J%©9K?)-$. Day and night. 

v | a£q 9l$g— (§. SQSIOQ)— A male {calf. 

39*9— «. 9 (9&U ; 9g+9Q) — t ItfTCIlsq 993— 
Durddina L Cloudy day; dull or rainy day. 

(W> — 90910) 

^ I efl<3«KR#^2. Cloudy weather. 

* i ©€f qfl^ — 3. Rainy weather. 

v I 9*99^ —4. Time of misery; evil days. 

* I Q9Q 3S1S — 5. Calamitous time. 

^F&T-W. a— $9 <$© (6Q«0 

Durddur (^g — asw^Q) Dor dOr (See). 

-£9^9§9I— €9.£— Qtfl 9919 099 Qra%.Q9e99l— 
Durddur kariba To drive away with contempt. 

Durddur chhurchhur DtirdUr (See). 

«$4^aiQ flfQ— C9. % — Qtfn gijg qj^^j — 
Durddur ma> mar . Driving away of a person 

with contempt. 

Durddur mar mar kariba ©9G99I — To drive 

away with contempt. 
^J§£~~ e - W""^ ' ff1 ^* — *" Atneis tic, 

Dardduru^a / | ©a S99QI 39 q|QO 9l$f— 
$9*^9 * 2. Infidel. 

9 G9IQ ©§*Q 9Mlqoi^ 999 9C9Q a§ ?iq 
9q,Q 9CQ ( SS>99IQ)— A pupil who does not 
obey his tutor without exercising his own 

judgment. 

<yj3SH-S. § — * I 9j£ien— 1. Jfiefortane; calamity. 
Durddaiba j f g$ qqI© — 2, Bad hick. 

* I QIS— 4. Sin. * 


$<s>9— «. §«— (<<>§+a ar^+Q^. a)— fc,r-si« aQ 

Durddhara ^91 9sj$Q— 1. Difficult to hold. 

(9&1— - *$*$$) > I <JW9i W-2, Unbearable. 

* I Q OS — 3. Impassable. 
v I Q Q |Q — 4. Wicked . 

* I <? Q $11 — 5. Indomitable; uncontrollable; 

unassailable 
*.9*-as^qgc«i9 9* 9Q99 <9©fl; OQQ 

~ , ^Cflfl "1. Name of one of the 64 helfs 
described in the Puranas, 
> I alQQ — 2. Quick-silver. 

* I QSIQ9j qfi^EI ~ 3 » The. marking nut; 

Semicarpus Anacardium. 

v 1 sg<3.q$Q €S9»a©; qao^CM - 

4. Name of a general under the demon 

Mahishasura, 

Durddharasha Durddharsha (See) 

otitaa a§ a* €9 9j&q«— «jjtf 9. S1913QO ae t 

^jftf— *. 9<a <9&+w ai$=aq9q9Q9i+9& a)— 

Durddharsha ^ | aa^QM — 1* Difficult to over- 
come; invincible; undautfbed, 

2 Indomitable; mighty. 

8. Unbearable, 
v I fKflfl TOf9^4. Daring; foolhardy. 

Durddhi Evilmindedness; bad disposition. 

Of bad disposition, 

Durnaya Durnjiaya ( See ) 

Durnama 1. Bad name; obloquy. 

* I 2ia«!HlO— 2. Evil repute; discredit. 

« 1 g)Q| — 3* Blame; slander. 

v I SWj 9Q«»lfl — 4. Stigma; libel. 

* I «€isqa — 5- Piles (disease). 
<*>GK*$€j0l-CQ. ^-^-CQ?^ Qv^Q 'QQ9 g|Q|« 

Durnama karibS OQOI— ^To vflify. 


fCM-fifcOl 


( «r,9 ) 


W** 


Durnama ratana" qq^o— Vilification; publica- 
tion of a libel. 

Durnama ratibS Publication of a scandal. 

<5®3>|Q— «. ^« ($§+» + 9IQ at$+9& V )— SH9I 
Durnibara 399GQ ©9IQ<a ©qSQ ft ai€Q— 
Irresistible; irremediable; not preventi- 
ve; difficult to be warded off. 
<£§«§- 3. 9 (9#flj ^+©9^)— aWQQQ©9; «q$ 
Dnrnimitta §q —An evil omen; omen, 

Durnirikshya §<| 013 — 1. Difficult to be looked 

at. 
J I gi£j a<J€h— 2. Scarcely visible. 

$©1©— 3. e«a (^$+si ai^+ga. © )— «. i ai9iQ q© 

Durnlta <%q qQ. gjQtf© — 1. Immoral 

? I aq©— 2. Evil. 
* I «lS%— 3. Vulgar. 

¥ I (+4 Q) 9©1©q§— 

4. Of bad morals. 

* \ a. © (4-q©. ©) $$ si©— 

5, Bad morality. 

<5>©1©-~ $. ? (©tfaij ^gH-Gi©)— * i %<»— 

Durnlti 1. Evil policy; evil conduct. 

-> I «Qs|£J— 2. Injustice, 

•$9ffi»i— €Q. W—^aftj ( G9« ) 

Durpala Dur-pal5 ( See ) 

^Q")©©— q°. Q — ^Wft ( 69« ) — 

Durba(rbba)chana Durbakya ( See ) 

Durba(rbba)rmia qciQQO — Dirty; unclean. 

9°. 9— eofai— Silver. 
«^{0»)«— V. 9<3 ( 9^8; $$+9© )— t I $39©; 
Durba(rbba)la 9©»f; ©?»j Q§?© — 1. Power- 
[$?(*)«—<] * less. 

■(SjTOOl, €9^— 9) > I flWj 3Q§— 

2. Weak; impotent. 

3. Emaciated; feeble; lean; enfeebled. 
GQ. §— ^Hftaot — Weakness. 
goi 95?o €9$ «.£ aSoa «gf — 

G©. 93— 1> I Q$to } QQi SO§— i. Terrible. 


J|.*©i*K>. — 2* Excessive. 

* I Sll9Kfc 9Q 9* «9€ga ©©9iq> 0©S«i© ©<3 

g«l gig —3. Which can not be stopped. 

( aai-<j ^a $*q 9© €Q <3S9(9 q§ ©Q i) 

*** I ©^—4» Inferior, 

Durbala karma a&$ ©qfi9i 63©©# — Funeral 

rites. 

Q^te ©«i— G9. 9— WQaii <$© r ai— 

Durbala das5 Ill-luck; misfortune 

9191Q9 ci^i gcrso s«© q« 1 

939*9. fl9l9Q©# oocg|« 1 

SgTQ QQ—QQ. 9 — 390 ©<aq9 — 

Durbala bardhi A very high or terrible flood. 

^MMS'— €9. 9^— ^rO ( €9« ) 

Durba2ia Durbala { See ) 

Durba(rbba)ha t \ 3191 990CQ 99W 9qJ3|Q O 
(O^^OI— §) aiGQ— 1- Unbearable; difficult 

to be borne. 
> I siChQ ^Q— 2. Too heavy to bear. 

9?l(ei)«M— «- «. (9*«5 93 + 9I9m)— t. |Q|Q|Q,— 

Durba(rbbS)kya 1. Harsh words* 

9 I Q|0 — 2. Abuse. 

* I aelQ QIQn — 3. Obscene language, 

9?l (rfl)OI— «. 9. (SJgk + 9IO , J) — «. I «Q9IQ— 
Durba(rbba)ohya 1. Slander. 

2. Ill fame; disrepute. 

<2?M{€?i)Q-g. q. (g^aij $gH-w)— 1 1 ^Pi9i (e9«) 

Durba(rbba) 1. Durbakya (Sep) 

^ I 9Q\ — % Blame. 

* I Qft*C>l — 3. Eeproach, 
a. ««• (9^918)— Q^qql— 

Using harsh words. 
§ffl<©l)Q— ff. Q«- (^+^ *%3q, 9l€l ai^=»9IQ^ 
Durba(rbba)ra 9QQI+©^. a)— 3191% *9©€Q 

9«« «qaid 9 ai€Q; e©9i* 5 ^qiq— 

Irremediable; unpreventible; irresistible, 
unavoidable; hard to restrain or check* 

9?IQ GO) GSt&» QQ 

«jpW*l)Q*— 9. ««— QWi (€9*) 

DQrb»(rbbS)rana Darbara (See) 


9*tf$l 


( *r*r ) ... 


9G*ia. 


DurbS(rbba)san5 gq aQQ|g— Evil desire. 

gVUefyn— 9- 9«. (9§Ql8j ^a+QWfl; Wl. W)— 
Durba(rbb5)sa q^w^afa— Wearing dirty 

clothes; ill-clad; wearing rags op ngly 

clothes. 

9. 9*— trcsgjior a&Q «w 2°a&i© aifyee 

$9 A9lG$ia1 qttoGM — Name of an 
irascible sage; son of Atri. 

[ g— qqwi wial $*$^<j«Kjr iaecr 9931 
pqaw i ] 
gS^eTww— 9. -MKrfwww (to*) 

DurbHrbbi)g5ha Durabagaha (Sae) 
^SKeioQ— 9. 9<3. (9g+Wi)— 1 I Q<$9 — * 

Durbi(rbbi)dagdha 1. Rude; insolent. 

j I tlQQ — 2. Ill-mannered; ill-bred. ' 
m I 99 — 3. Wicked. 
9§ , (sT)u~9. m. 9! (99«l@j fosHflQ+w—aocft;-- 

Durbi(rbbi)dha gviQ)— V I aS9l©Qa ; 99— 
[9?tf)»l— <fl]- 1. Wicked. 

-M aw—2. Immoral. 

* I Q€*2— 3. Poor. 

v I 'swi— 4. Illiterate. , 

9§fc )«[— 9. '«. (Q$W; 5^f^) T t l«Q5^ 91 ©qo-r 
Durbi(rbbi)dhi 1. A bad rule. 

* \ fl<*? QjGlv— 2. Misfortune; bad luck; evil 

destinj, 
^Sbj©)— G9- 9. (9. 9QSI9S)— 

Durbin(nda) ^QSiafl 9$ — 

^■qta Telescope, 

Durbi(rbbi)nita 99Q|j( G93 ) 

( 9? [<f]»l— ij ) Durbidagdha ( See ) 

$§r(ff)aiQ— «. 9. -(-orfaij 99+9819 )- 1 1 93*01- 

Durbi(rbbi)paka 1. Mishap. 

> I 9QSTS — 2, Bad result; evil issue. 
9. 94. j( 9§Ql§ )— QQtiUTOlqp— 

Horrible in the end. 

9S&—9'. SK (SI9K? R86Q WQ ®S gqs G9Q 9($)- 

' Dttrbisha 99ITO9 ( % WWIQ )— Siba. 

9S"(ff)«9— 9. <WI V ( 9g + 9 + 99 x +lll9_+9tf. a) — 

Durbi(rbbi)sbaha % \ g$9<<— 1. Uabearble; 

intolerable. 


j I 9&9— 2. Hard to bear. ; ;^ ■ 

• I 9W ( TOS ) — 3. Durbaha { See ) 
$9^)$ —9* o- ( *tfai; 9$=+9^ )— * i «w?9^ — 

Durbu(rbbu)ddhi 1, "Evil intention; evil-minded- 
Bess. 
y | 99CI — 2. Wickedness; wantonness. 

• I OQ QS£[GQ<K?©9 — 

3. Obstinacy in evil matters, 
v I OGWOI; 9^1—4. Stupidity; folly. 

9. M. ( ®$3">8 )— V l flTO#TO <9©«?SB — 
1. Obstinate in evil affairs. 

> I afi- 99 — 2, Wicked; wanton. 
«|W; S>G?ia -? 8 - Stupid; silly. . 

■tf I aS9§)<9*©£f9— 4, Evil-intentioned, 

9S/SO— TO- 9«- ( 9. Qjfi? )— 9$V (GQ« ) 
Uurbuddhia Durbuddhi ( See )» 

( wjia— ao^a ) 

^$\^)^r- 9. M. ( 9§S>1§; 9^9$ — ©€» )— 
Durbiu(rbbru)tta ^ | Q^Qjp — l.Immoral. 

{ Q ^ ^©1 — 9 ) 2. Wicked; roguish, 

* I Q <Jlft — 3. Ungovernable; unruly; 

unmanageable, 
v I £^} — 4. Deceptive; fraudulent. 
+■ I aQliH — 5. Disobedient. 

# I QQ© — 6 3 Furious; riotous. 
9. Q— <. I OQ— 1, A cheat. 

^ I QjOSftSPj ai«fl—2, A rogue. 

^(ff)?-«. 9. ( 9tfai; ^+9^ )— »fl9$— 

Durbyu(rbbru)tti Evil disposition; vile temper;: 

vile paBSion. 

^GQ'vSff'jQ— 9. Q*«i. ( ^g+9Q x ai9+W#. a )— 
Durbe(rbbe)da ^ |<>€@% QG^fcl — 

1. Difficult to know or understand. 

> I GQQQIOQ ^Jff— 

2. Not studying the Bedas. 
^CT'KeG'Dy— q°. 9 a. ( 9§9lg ; 9§+S9ia )— 

Durbo(rbbo)dha ^.| ^OOpi; »^|Q— 1. Ignorant.. 
> I 96^1%. ^®»^|— 2. Difficult to know. 
^GSMfeGOia— 9. ^. (QS+TOM.)— < I Q^q— 
Durbo(rbbo)dhya 1. Incomprehensible; 

(Q G^iaiOl — 9 ) unk nowable; difficult; to know. 

5 I ai9i WG$ 9$iaiQ aie^ ©»§— 

,2. Not easy to understand. 
t^^T%€^WI,TOl9 ; Q09» ; CCI|«4J TOI*3 I ] 


^3N93I 


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Durbyabafitha SQ 9gQi9g-=Bad arrangement. 

Durbyabahara *. I flQ 919W-1- Bad 

ment. 

} I Q% JBOQtf — 2. Evil conduct. 

SJ9QQ nq> 9IQ<3% ^jo^iq G9iQ«S ( $• 

3QWIQ ) — 3. (Hindu Law) A case or 

suit, tbe decision of wbicb is not just 

on account of the use of unfair 

means etc* 

^IQQ— £. 9. ( S&ii; ^a+Qtq© ) — 

Durbyasana QQ a«$«i|g — Bad habit. 

$£0— a* 9. (e&Uj 99+9©) — 

Durbrata ^ | o,Q 3CQIQ21 — *• Evi * w i sn * 

> I Si© 21133 — 2. Bad intention. 

* 1 9Q 9©-— 3. A bad religious vow. 
69. M. 5L°— <* I ©3 9$ 5© ai»9 9Qa$ — 

(9SP ®l — ^1) 3. One who has taken a reli- 

gious vow to secure an evil object. 
) I SM&q""*^. Evil-intentioned. 

f<kr— 9. M. ( ?S+^ l a lSL+ 9 *- * )~ 
Durbhaksha W^GQ Qflflla — 

Eatable with difficulty. 
9 — ^$3— Scarcity; famine. 

<5>qci— 3. m. SL*. (999I8; <£Q+qa=qcH)— 
Durbhaga t I flQ^Clf; qwttO-r- 

(^.QQ--©aQlO) !• Unfortunate; unlucky; 

(3&Q|— £) ill-fated. 

> 1 sag a — 2. Disagreeable. 
<j>QQI— £. 90. H <^Q0+<1. Si) — V ! aQ€Q9Q9l 

Durbhaga (Qiaii) — LiDestitute of one's husband's 

(q$QJ — 9Q , 3}©) attachment; (a wife) not liked 

by her husband; neglected (wife). 

2. Unlucky (female); ill-fated. 

* I QH9I G9IQ^9l— 3. Widowed, 
^Q— £. 93. ( <jg + Q ^=-99© 9Q9I+9& Z )- 

Durbhara ?. j $TO— 1. Insufferable; unbearable. 

( ^W!-S> ) 3 | QQ; Qqpl— 

2 2* Very heavy; weighty. , 


$«Nfll— G9>-9«, 9!. («. $<fch )— qfli^Q, 99«j«l— 
Durbhaga Unfortunate; ill-fated unlucky.. 

53^W swim 

^WCH— sr. e. ( SB^+qch; Q#ai )— 

Durbhagya v | $09^1; SQSjGli— J- Misfortune, 
> I 9Q9 — 2. Calamity, 
*> I QQ$Q| — 3. Mishap, 
(gjSehi— <|) 3. W. q?. ( 93,+ qch sii9W> 
9$§1§ ) — «■ I 9©qsi*i — I. Unfortunate^ 
J I flOSaiOSI — 3. Unlucky. 

9QIQ01 — a, 9. ( Sfi+q^Oij Q&tf )— aq qsci; 

Durbhabana 3>$*9b QGQQ —Anxiety; evil or bad 

thought- 
^OKM— ?. 9. ( ^Q+q«t 5 Q&ll ) — <L I $Wi— 
Durbhasha 1. Vulgar words* 

2. Abusive language. 
*5 oa <^Q3 *QlSi ^WQ ° 

Durbhiksha G9SSQ Q9IQ- t3S|9 Q6^ ) — G9a€Q 

«I9^ 59^ 3^9 — Scarcity of- food; 

famine; dearth of food'stuff. 

Durbhiksha panthi g|gsf gi9l£ft CWI QiQ' SliaiQtfi 

5^ *PQ «l«l 91 ^Q9IQ6Jr9iq S«IIQ 991 

gftf^T *WT5 aiq — Famine-fund ;^a fund 

(^'q g^-^aQtOp) started fo^.^jnino relief. 

qSte alQd— «. w. C^Sa+al§9i *^i ©©), — ^3a- 

Durbhiksha pirdita ^jq a©i^— Famine-strieken. 

OGsfe*— «- 9^ (9^+Q^ai%+9^. a)— e. 1 «GWi— 

Durbhedya 1. Impenetrable r 

2-. Penetrable with difficulty. 
«> 1 a© ©6?? — 3. Very hard or tough. 
v 1 QQfl — 4- Impassable, 
■c 1 ag^s— 6. Incomprehensible, 

Durmati «. | <$$V; «W 9l^QQ $»Q~ 
1*5^9-3^03) 1- E^ propensity or disposition, 
* I 3*3 9$>9 — ^2, Evil nature., 


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v * I ( WWW ) 9° WG* ' 9$£ 351,99 
s$l#9Q awnaQfl 9<a— 
3. Name of the 55th year of tlie cycle 
ofBiuhaspati which eovers 60 years 

of the earth. 
3 e . 961 — t I 9$*<9* — -- Evil-minded. 
5 1 $3ffiJ?-~2. Malignant; wicked* 

* I qpQaifilj flQSq«9Sqp"" 

3. Ill-natured; ill-disposed. 

4. Obstinate in evil. 

*\Durmada l | fij%$— 1. Maddened, 

( ^H f <5» — aQiQQ ) intoxicated. 

( 9#9I— §1 ) s I 9 9*^— 2 - Ungovernable; 

unruly. 

9°. 9— £ I a©Q<|Gi g#9GM— 

1. Name of a son of Dhyutarashtra. 
5 I 4*9I« 699Q— 2. Name of the younger 
brother of Radbika's husband 
<J<S©lt— 3°. V a ( QQ+SW; 9&?Sj Wl. 19 )— 
Durmanab < \ QjStoWiggj sygWS - 
( QftOI— acwqp ) *• l^isjpirfted, having sad 
thoughts; distressed; dejected. 
j | 9ao-r-2. Troubled in mind. 
« | q goQ — 3. Saddened, 
v | ©Q a — 4 Anxious; in a state of mental 

trouble; perturbed. 

^©iq«»— a*. <?tf-9! ( 9&?|S[ 9W &l$+9$. 319)— 
Durmanayamana Qjf^ig^ 9$l99ig«J — ' n 
( 9 fes^M— %1 ) Dejected; distracted in mind; 
^ ^9iqai9— *K>i%0) dispirited- 

Q&WI—sp. 9*. ( 9^+si^H, ©tfal )— ^JW«i <jpq- 
Eurmantrana 99 — Evil counsel; evil advice. 

I 9 % c ^i I— ao^%9 ) W 1 ^#ww w ecaa 

%rf9» ftfcWl©. «3 I 

ofol-v. 9. (^$+«^ ««. 19.)— %aqqa9iot— 

^Durmantri ' Evil counsellor. 

iqSWJ — 93*310) (a king) Having' evil counsellors. 

<g3.Q— «P. <?<a. «. (9^+sj ai^+9^)— ©a 3WGQ 
Durmara qgQ Q|§ — One who does not die easily. 

(9#q— tf) 


otfq - s». 9V. %l: ( $#9 +« ) - ^$99 «5tecr ~- 

Durmara" ' • Femininejof Durmara* 

g» : 9* — qsft —The Dooba grass. 
^Sfc— a. 9. ( ^+9^;9^al *)— • 

Durmitra £ | ^ 9tf— *1. Bad or evil friend. 

2. Bad companion. 

ai9« _$£ Ste sasjr**- 

Having bad or wicked companions. 

<jGfo— €9. 9«. (giote) ( e. $^91 )— 

Durmila $S9i — Bare- 

<J9i^— ^- W- ( ^a+sp—flS w 90ff; 9§§1$ )— 

Durmmukha 1 | 9*Jj«1-~l. Scurrilous; foul-" 
<9a"«— agiqq) mouthed; abusive. 

% Having harsh utterance." 

* I 9I9IQ q« OT#9I3l $$£>— 
3. Ugly-faced; hideous. 

9— e I 910Q9GCKI— !. A ^^ of monke y. 
3 | a93© as.— 2. An untrained horse. 
ti | ti^Q^etr-TS- NaBaodof a demon. 
*** I fflCl^GQ^"**- A. species of serpents, j 

5. Name of a spy of Kamohandra, 

Durmmulya «^9 ««% OQI 9|ft — 

(9^^— aswjp) Exorbitant price; excessive or 

(SjEpOl— 9) ^^ &**'* h *8 h rafce - 

4- 9«. ( 9^§1t )— 09l<£; «C«€j} ^9^— 

Dear; high-priced; of an exorbitant 

, price, 
^Gft^l— «. 94. ( Sg+OTWj l«. W. 9^8 ) — 
Durmmedha i \ §9*^9j Cfla^iP — 

(90Q9 — qsqyU) !• Stupidj unintelligent^ 

^^|8— a©i%9) >1-*nw-^9*«— *- Dull-headed. 

• I ©WW— 8. Foolish. 

^jjBdra— «. 9. ( s$f eaw; 9^ai )— 

Durjoga i l ^"Oi— i- Misforttine.j ' 

(isaia-^9ciq9) > \ 9?«Q ©aia- 9j«iOT9 *&» 

99Q Qfll69Q-"2. Unfavourable con- 
function of circumstanceSf 


$€813® 


(^-M|S*t ) 


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S. Qm^us circumstance. 

* I 9^—5. Cloudy day; steriay wea*her; 

- foul weather. 

^6<3iao— 9°. ©«. ( Q^qaai^+efvaQj- 
Durjodbana t | QQ q$£Q QQI^P 9GQ — 

(95^1^^— "SQi^g) 1. One who flies away from 

fight* 

> I + 9$ TO J3I91Q, WGGQ «?S ^ Q,CI Q 
aiGQ — 2. Difficult to fight with; invincible. 

The eldest son of Dhxutarlshtra. 
[ Q — S9!^€*® ©€«» €WI% G9« I ] 

GQ. §». q?— e<a«« w— 

A 1 name given to males. 

Durjoni SIS6l©9— Base-born; of low 

(Q$&l©— «Oi%a) extraction. 

Sl°. 9" — sno SM©— *Lewv oaftfceu ~ 

Durlaiigha « X -HW^STOGG* 9Q® WWft G 
QfifclW ) ^ ^ -QlGQ-1- Difficult^ bs 
S^* I ^ crossed over. 

> I «^°Qh— 2. Inviolable* , 
« I GSQ 2HGQ9 91 ©sp^qWGQ fifOff $3" 
9IQ © GIW" 3. t an order or rule ) 
Which cannot be transgressed, 

Durlakshana ag$%©W 99 — 
(9 291© — Wa^l) Evil omen; unlucky sign* 
8% 9 il. «. ( 9^+ S*flei 8I9te; ^«,a )— 

Bearing inauspicious marks on the 

body. 

Durlaksha +09?. % 9$^@ ) — 

3191 SI© Q%GQ GQ«!ai<— Scarcely 
visible; extremely difficult to be seen 

9 — (9$N) a#$Q *W — Uncertain aim, 

Durlabha t | Q'ljai -1. Not easily available; 
($aq©- 9ft$) difficult to attain. 

WJjfcMD > I 9^ja— 2. Valuable. 

(QJk^~v®*qp) m I ^Qft^E. Rare. 


■y I aqiaiQ^i— 4 Extraordinary* uncommon. 

* I q$<a$— 5. Of high price; dear. 
G9. ^ii-r^fl^^-Best; excellent, 

gQ. q — agiatQ3 §SQ— ^ n uncommon matter. 

SI9Q G9IQGQ GC&q. $.«Q i alGfl. Q^^flSQ I '. 

Durlabha Jtlhagi Maurorum. 

W. 9 . («°. a©TO©l| 3°. 9^Siq QS QQ €19 

«* )— Oj*q "( e*a ) • 

(*^C 9 *$— «Qt%a) Dulabha ( See ) 

S^ifcpdl— fliGQ. (aaifl) «— ojaq («w) 

Durlabha tulasl Dulabha (See ) 

Durllabhya Durlabha" (See). 


Durllala a©<iQ gfl^gig ; GCKMi $(MI— 

(<$% Ol-^l) Too much fondled; dandled (child). 

qo # ^ — ^G$^T© — Evil endeavour, 

Durllalita <$£q (G9^)— Durllala (See), 
(^QOI — «1) 

Durllalana 'CQfltaff 'Oft 9QIQ9I —Bringing up 
of children with excessive fondling. 

Durllekhya G^dl — 1. Evil writing. 

> \ TO QglSQ — 2. Bad handwriting. 
* I eifi^ ^sift-^-S. Forged document 

v | ^GWIOSSII— 4 legible writing. 

9<SL (9^S)— ^QSQj 3191 g% 9§ ^< Ql§*— 

(^Gfi$i 9 <JG^«, QTOflN— aQi^l) Illegible, 

Durh^ud a^— Enemy, 


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■qr Q*d— 9§9q(TO«) — Durhjudaya (See), 

Q$%Q — 3*. ?*• tf— * I 3) ©§j ^%I$89Q« — 
Durh^udaya l f Wicked. 

($}'qqi— %1) 9 \ OftjgQiaQ— 3- Inimical. 

^tt bllQ) —9° — ^ t ^$91 - 1. To swing, 

Dul (root) } | QO^Q QQ91 — 2. To throw up. 

Dul Dum-dum(See)j 

to. 5* (93a qp)-oft 9igq aa^fiQ^Gag- 

An ornament worn on the lower part 

of the ear, 

<^(«i)9l(G9)Q9l - TO. $- $ftp9fe Ste$ q? - 
Dul-(lu)ka (ke)il£5 Causative form of Dul-kibS. 

^J«i)«— TO/^— WI9IQ aft^QI q&; TOI9IQTOO- 
Dul-(lu)ki cwq — Trotting of a horse. 

^r^t (saeji— < q«*GQ TO191 qQ -6019^1 ftyae 

f^t 02)9, $0|Q SjM© 9G9 I) 

$$.(<J)«©I— TO. S.—^ I 9$CQ9Q G9K3I9 91 9iQ«f- 
Dul-(lu)kiba oiq Qft Qft 9$?9I^1. To resound 
<W *R "^1 or vibrate with the sound of many 
^U*fl drums or many steps. 

* 1 (c«a) $£9i3 9€i 9591— 

2. To rain in torrents;' to rain cats and 

dogs. 

* i (ae) ssjgq awl— 

3. (the heart) To palpitate through fear. 

<j^oi— fliTO. (&IA39) ©.-aw?j 9Qgij §§i— 

Dul-tha Veranda; portico. 

«^QI(q)fi^—TO. «.-9« $£ (W«) 

Dul-da(du)l LDum dum (See) 

<£Q<al— 69. 9<s. 1° (3. ^fifc©) — Wfet — 

Dulana Dandled: to much fondled or caressed; 
■ai ' Hw ni spoiled with fondling. 

8IW , 5®ra TO. 9. V 6 tf («. $sfe)— 

(S«W1— <) <■ I 9§> 91 9Qil — 

1. Son or daughter. 

t - ■' ? I ra^i «i qi Sa — 

2. A spoilt boy or girl. 

$«»— 91. 9«« — ^9 ©W) 

Dulabha Durllabha (See) 

15W 


«g»— 69. ©. (a. sjqswk «§ 9qs*q 9i osfc m 

DnlabhS €©)— t I $QS|| Qffl^ SI9 gW*qg 9ft 
^1^ ^l^t, *l*Wl<$ 9GSS — 1. Ocimum Basillioum; 
JildNl^W* Ocimum Canum(KirtikarV 

«. 913—9^,9889, [9— <19I9 31901 9§> $GSt1 
<j€OW, ©IQSIQ, 9^9, 9$ SIGOfli 99 <S AS*; TO 
qi%9, Q|9C91, ^firflQ Ml QQ (&BR 99 

9q«; qpw, ©91$ 9»i <£ ET9Q ffQ UGl) I «9KJl 

G3l9Q|$fl3 a»9, qwaiMITO 31Q« W SjQfi^- 

«©S|^9I, 'O^Q CQ tgCJfllTO %fi«flop 9t99l9 

9(3 3Q) 9<iQ9I9 9Q§ I <9iQ Q^Q Q$ 6 vSQ 

9ia eo9Q,9« qft sfl, 9er, 9io, e^a, <wq, 91a, 
G9fdfir% floeqa, aoi9, so, a^ai^M 6 o^cq« 
Qaai^ $<i i 9g <^ aiQ^ caidGQ <9(Q a^9 3Q^a 

@99Q I «9IQ W 919 6 TO99I qg ^S^GQ 

SG^ia 9qai<i i] 

J I ^€^90- Qjfl -2. A name given to 

females,^ 
QOI - fliTO. (9IGMQ) ' 9 s - €9tQI - 
Duia A swing, 

TO- 9. $— 9£W) (€9«) — Dulal (See) 
QQ— SIG9*. (q.% 9I09R) 9.^9IO|Q 9^— 
Dula Beam of the roof of a building. 

fflTO. (WfiOSi W.— 9%I (G9«) 

Duhla (See) 

giTO^tOSIfl) 9— fi| : flft9iaiQ* 51QQ 9© QQGQ 

' 991991 69— Cross- beams on the walls 

over which a clay roof is built inside 

a thatch. 

Qq(eQ)Q— TO. 9- (t-^QQ; «. ^Q=^Q|}— QOOI- 
Dul5(le)i c«Wi ^Q 3Qg Qffl ^2dS9 ^l^liQs %»l Q^ 
^l^5JH dlQ 9^9G€KI —A thin quilt. 

^QIQQI— giTO. (39$S) « .(«. 90 ai^)— ^QQ9I— 
Dulaiba To hang. 

QfiJ(G^)£l— TO. 9. $1-^ I 9ISlTO9Qi£? <?W— 

Dula(le)i 1, Name of a village goddess, 

(qqg<?§ — acnqp) ^ 1 ^GQQqrQifl— 

2. Name given to females, 

Qfijfl— giTO..(«*»ifl) 9.^!»Q (G9«) 
Dulama ( Dula (See) 

QQft-TO. 9. q? (^..«5jjoo 9i 3. 9— g^9IQ i 

D.ulala ..QOO — G«199^9) — *. I W— 1- Son. 

55JK, Q&fe l «i°*i ©ai«Q g?§* esi qoo/ 


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? I CCKfel §<3 — 2 Spoilt child. 
•> I QiO©$3 — 3. Foster son. 

GQ. 94— t I GCI'&I — 

1. Too much fondled; petted. 
J I SfSWO— 2- Barling. 
<tjfij«80— GQ. ©4- q?— ^qo (69$) 
Dulaiia Dulala (See) 

Q6>(Q1)— <*. 9. «1. (9« N ai^^QQQ^ GTOI^QI + Q, 

DuiiQT) $. ca ocSa «q qq^^l GeriaisQ)— r _ 

9GOl- W80|— -A female tortoise. 

<jfiiq— €9. © - %©iq cat aiRq,— 

Dulicha , A smalljcarpet made of cotton thread. 

Dull A name given to females, 

(33, 9GS^ SS6*Ml— a«*Q9) " 

Dullala 1. Daughter. 

<£<AlO : 2, Beloved daughter, 

«jg»l -flfGQ- (WW9) M-^ I S?°i «S— 

Dul-h5 1. Wrinkled; slackened. 

J | $^»l - 2, Loose. 

Q€WD— 6Q. ©3— QllQi" Rare - 

Dusala of cq a§ asiao. q$cq e §?s 930 1 

Dusa Name for calling Dui)sasana. 

DnsSla CQifllQ (€Q«) 
$*tt*T ^WTOX DosalS(See) 

wiito— fl. 9. (s. oiara©)— Qsaao (ct«i ) 

DuSasana Duhsasana (See) 

<«3QI — G9- £. (*. ^O a|$Q SfolGw) — 
DusibS ^ | GQ$t99f$ 9^1 G9QI — 1. To be seen. 
OTtft faiWr J,l <}%GaiQQ G99I— 2- To appear. 

<jbq— e. w- (sea + ©a at^+o^)— *■ i-€3Qa«Q 

. Dusehara a© Q«j|GQ ©OQ3 Qqai<. 3|«KI — 
I. Impassable. 

*" -> 1 si^^i ai ^t ^©Q* 3 ^wi Q°©i 9?Q- 

2, Ferformable with difficulty. v 

S. ^^V 1 €H*35?t (g$Q9I9) — I. Oyster-shell. 
• '> 1 9$ 0$©9I9)— 2. Bear. 


Duscharita(tra) * 1 qqqp— 1. Bad nature. 

2. Bad character. 
* I GQ^Q^IQ — 3. Ilkbehaviour. 

1. Of bad character; bad«natured; 

vicious; immoral. 

9 I flQQiWIQOiq — 2. Ill-behaved. 

4H«J|— 3. M ( 9$$1$; ^Q+Qfe; <.fll. *9 ) — 

Duscharma v I GQ0#q9«J|— 1. Having a rough 

(SJSW — Wi%a) skin or hide. 

9^010^ o ai< (g. ■aoaiciQ)— 

2. ( a male ) Having no foreskin on 
his'male organ since his birth. 

CWil^QGQ ^ €9IQ fi>St§J I _QffJ fll^QjSQ <J3Q 
GQ9 69f«9 afol# «Q^IQ q^9iq «J9^; <l^q 9 

^_ q — q^ Od9I^Bad leather; badskin. 

^jioai— «. Q (OSfai 5 QQ+©©Sll )—K I «K|£?Q9$$ 

Duschikitsa 0©^l— 1. Treatment against the 

dictates and rules of the Ajurbeda. 

> \ ©§?© 9i fiQ ee^i — 

2. Bad or careless medical treatment. 

3. Treatment by quaq^s^uapkery, 

4««tgiM— e. 9«i ( s»±ewh.)^cstf W«i we« 

Duschikitsya q©^| Qq g(Q aiCQ 91$; ^qG^cii — 
oSfifl 7 ncurable: curable with 

§^[^ Q difficulty. 

Duschit 1. Anxiety. 

2. Perplexity. 

Duschinta Evil thought; malevolence. 

Duschintya ©qaM — That which can be 

(MftSia aftiQa) conceived with great difficulty^ 

9G«V— «. © Wtfai 5 ^i+GO^Ii— V I ©QIGGtf— 
Duschesh^B 1- Bad conduct; perversity. 


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2. Fool-hardy endeavour. 

Pugqhesh^ita $G$qil (6Q<3l) — Dugcheshta (See). 
a. 9«l— 9$Q9— IO-behaved; perverse. 

^6*199— a. 9 (9^«j^+Ch99>— QQj6W»— 
Dusobyabana Indra. 

9Q9iq^ ©isaosiaGQ Q<gsr <&g gfe gsiq^q i] 
a. m. a° ( s&+o? atf+9<|L to )— -©a 

S9PG9 9©S>© 34 9I§— 
Which can be displaced with difficulty. 

<|*SaOM— 3. $<a ( $Q+8Q ai%foC a )— 

Duscbhedya 0191 WOGQ @gi J3IQ G> 3IGQ— 

Difficult to cut. 
<j^0%) — a — * ! GQlS €991— 1- To blame. 

Bush (root) j \ q$q 9§9( — 2. To become too. 

«jell— fl«9. ( QHMQ ) ©-CSMWl— 

Dushi Astrologer. 

«j>%Q— a. 9<a. ( ^§+$ ai^+otf. « )— 

Dushkara * | g$ 9<$jg|& — 1. Performable 
(<JQQ — 9*W>) with difficulty; iferd toiio. 
J I asifclj 98SII&J — 2. Impracticable. 

* I ^9%— 3. Fierce. 

a.*9 — SJ9IS1 ( g. apgiCIQ )— The sky. 

<jE»fl— «. 9- ( 98+efoi 9$«q)— 

Dushkarma t | «Qitfi- SQ 9I& — 

1. Evil act; bad act; misdeed. 
3 I saqa — 2. Crime; offence. 
« | QlQ— 3- Sin, j- 

~ v i ^q qi — 4, HI luck; misfortune. 

«j>*di— a. 9<a. ( 9§§1§; < 5$+^fe v 5 <*si. w ) — 

Dushkarma £ I %Q#©QQ — 1* Bent on evil. 
? I 99qas — 2. Unfortunate; unlucky. 

* I Qial — '3. Sinful. 

Dushkarmanwita oiff ( qqc) ) 
(9Jlfl©,0r— C) Duebkarma ( See ) 

DushkaVJya Dusnkriya ( See ) 

<j£W»— a. 9. ( 9&I; 9SH-QIO )— 

Dushkala «> | «9i&. 9«Biq— i, g ad ^^ 

^ I G3Q 9(9G9 33$ q£ § g Q gg 319,3 
9iQ$l$ 910— 2. Unsuitable time. 


* I ffa — 3. Siba. 

<J$»— a. 9. ( ^Sat 99 +$?") w 

Dushkula aqQ-'OO 93 — 

Low family; base family. 
(%«Q|— *1) a. 9<3. 1°— SP^l© ( W* ) 

Dushkulina ( See ) 

Dushkulina ^Sf99G€ll©9; W,ftQ£>i©— 
(^Ql9l— £1) Of low birth; sprung from a low 

family; ba^e-born 

%o— «. ©. ( 9p+<5© )— 

Dushkruta ^ | qp$i — 1. Evil act; misdeed, 
(SB©— 9aQl«) -» I aia— 2. Sin; guilt; crime. 

* I ^Q 9^1—3. Misfortune. 

1. Brought about by foul means, 
9 I mS%— 2. Sinning. 

* I Qia»G<?— 3,.Sin£al. 

v I a|Qq§ — 4. Addicted to sin. 

©5£— a. O- (Q^+^QX— ^4© ( G9* )- - : 
Dushk|uti Dushkiuta ( Sw ) 

Dushk^utl QiaiqQI— Sinful; sinning. 

05,3— a. ©. ( g*«. ^q+w)— 

Dusbkrama 51Q j^^-Bad sequence. 

a. w. ( 9^§1g ;— ag'GQ «s 9i aiq^ig^oiQ 

OCT Q?«8— Having bad sequence. 
^35101-^. 9. (%fl+^<?. ©!)— afe^Ga^j ©3Q* 
DushkramatS $&$ gGQ «SQeiC^Q WQCF f4-~ 

A fault in rhetoric. 

[ 5— 5IGQ §Wt QGQ 4lfQQI <19l M9Q^9 I ] 

<jCq— a. m. qf. (9?5l§j s©+^0^- 

Dusbkriya Qg $Q «ia*( 9GQ— Doing evil acts; 
(9J*S|— ^1) of bad. conduct. 

<$§ qi— a. $. (q^«j ^+^c|)— SQQI&. qpidt— 

DushkriyS Bad act. 

a. M.-til. (9.^+^- a )"Si!CsP *1«cr— 

Feminine of Dusbkriya. 

Duahkriyasakta QftfiGQ a©QQ— 
(yn£qp&— «P) Addicted to e^l de«4s. 


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Q^)©| 7 - 9 1 «a9tf — 2. Tainted; defiled. 


<j^,1© - a. 90. <$©+$>! ai§+9& 9)^. 
Dushkrlta awSQ 901 SIKMtti— 
/ Purchased dearly; dearly paid f*r; 

purchased at an exorbitant price. 

^e^q— s. s>«a. (9§+9$q)— wi *9&gq sq qqsiiq 

' Dushkreya Q 91GQ> fl9&— Dear in P rioe - 

<£$qq— a. 9— «9g9iQ 999*J 9i &$\ <saQ; Q»9 

Dushkhadira #C;Q— Brown catechu. 

33GM 3 6 . Qlfl— QlCniSfl: [ 9-<l9IQ 98 9»l «QQ9 

QIQ3Q; GctiQtj aqq© ; cig acasai €05; <9!Q 0$Q 
ap©%; 9§ai9; wmty ai%9 9i 999a 6 siicw^L 

8Q099 9?»l 6 9SI Q6« I ] 

Dushta i I CQtiqg; G0l09§«fc — 

(q^I — ^|) 1. Faulty; defective. 

3, Wicked; depraved. 
v | gQ — 4. Bad. 
* | QQ — 5. Low; mean; vile. 
£ I «gal- *> . <3-uiftyj ; criminal. 

5> I AQSQQ9— 7. Naughty; wanton. 
riao©o— 8. Improper. 

« I (699*9) <jfte (91©, @§, OO')— ■ 
9. (medical scienee) Become noxious. 

CO. 9 — t I Qffo 9i^ — 

1. Wicked person; a bad man, 
•> I €J$€Q9 (§• SOTi«9) — 2. Leprosy, 

Dushtachari «. I ^fttfCQ 99—1. Addicted to 

(3W9*0 evil acts ' 

J I 918*1— 2- Sinful. ^ 

* I «»3 ^— 3 - Wicked, 

Dashtacheta(tah) t I ^JJ Ql SQ 9$l ©Q91(9h^H- 

1. Of evil thought. 
j I 2i@Q|$i°s] — 2. Wishing evil to others. 

* I Qa&W-HypocriticaL 
q«q51 qq, ^.-^Q^oH-MMchievouaness; wicked- 

Dusht»pajaa ness; depravity; wantonness. 

ifrm, w£tfi, *£fo 5^W 

^ g^-~ «.9 (QihHs$3+fl9*)— ^S%©i sno$9 — 
Duehta prakxuti Wicked nature. 


«; 9<a (9§J&,9)— SS|^«8*>rQ| W$g# 

disposition. 

Dush^a huddhi < Dushfca prak T uti (See). 

$4S<I— »• 9. (Q*»-^+9*)-- ^3 3 s1 ^ ® m 

Dushta brana SGS« 9$ 9<J <& *3 99 S^ Q| t~ 

_Maligaant tumour, boil or sore. 

[<$ — <i jg^^ <^a9 919IC9 6 «9! 9qcgcft I 

^9iQ 9190^ <S q©9 33IQ S»§^ I S- «6>3i€lQ I] 

^Dushta mati Dushta prakruti (See) 

^^QICEA— 9. 9 WBJljft '*&0[ ^ 9*il0M#l94?S 
Dushta sSkshJ Q^gg 91 WtQIOQ 9^151191^ GQl$§ 

as gccr 0«w,f«oi9V €» - 9V08— 

(Hindu law ) A witness who speaks 

falsely or is suffering from a serious 

malady "or is interested in a party or 
"is inimical to a party. 

[g — <jQft flrilOl^ SSIM 994 93091 85^ ^ 
m& 6>S9 l] 
^,0191— G9. 9 61— f^SSi — 
Dushta aima Very wjoked. 

q^c© o <i <yi 9lm — cac^s- Qgesaio 1 
Q<| ^QQ— «»■ 9 <S 9^. 9?— QJ g?0 (C9«) 
Dushta swahhaba Dushta prakiuti (See) 

(<tH «09l-O 

Q*||— 9°. 9^1- ^1 (9J+S1- »)— «■ I <?% 9sQSlQ«l1i 

Dushta ^?^'i 3^1-— !•- Dissolute; adulterous 

. " _ (woman); unchaste. 

^ I 5IQ ^Q9Q&I — 2.Bvilnatured (woman). 

^,1^— gu 9— ^l9; ^a«»— 

Dushtangi Wickedness; villainy. 

G<|iqQ— e. 9. (9&|. ^+^9) - $Q aoQ^i— 

Dushtachara Bad conduct; bad character. 

(95103* — a©«i^.a) 

feW-^) *■ 9« (9^S) flQ«09«9Q% — 

Of evil conduct or character- 
*•. 90. «-93lKlQ(W«l ) 

Dushtachara ( See ) 

(^fi|jWfl-*1) 

f»W— «r. §0 (9?«,9i^r+wjo > t.ai. V9)^- 

DashtStmS v |.9^f— 1. Evil-intentioned. 
(9JW°r--^ ^ ! ^9 9^99-^2. Of evil nature. 


Dushtachari 


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* OushtSnna q©| 91 qiq1 qg^ 3£h9«|<3 — 1. Stale 

and spoiled boiled rioe^ 
> I $$Q «!<?«*— 2. Bad food. 
. , « I aia<jiq affa gQ$ aqj - 

3. Food earned by sin. 
v 1 fflO 9^3 99$ 33 — 

4. Food given by a low or mean person. 

$$1 qAi— *. 9. sil Mali 93ii+q*i)— \ i o^ 1 §1— 

Dushta bharjya 1. A wife committing 

adultery. 

2. A vixen; a shrew; a virago. 
Dush^ami Wickedness; wantonness. 

Dusbti Diushti ( See ) 

ft& «. 9~ fe« ai^—^Q G99l + q9. $)— 

^fe £91$; 99 IQ— Defect; flaw. 

$£l— 91CQ.'( 9I6<W ) W. ti— SfllQ «3ftcr— 

Dushti Feminine of Dushta. 

( aai— $$1 eti«— €§|9QQ«i. sqq awi ) 

Dushtu . .. . Wicked; naughty 

6« CejS «Q <S>\; «§«1 flIQQ Q\% 

qjo— a. w. ( q§i=^ 91 $»«6Q+aQ x *%+$£. 

Dushpacha 9) — 3191 39£>SQ 91 ofcjqg ^-q ft|§— 
Not easily or soon digested; indigestible- 

. ©30 -a. 9 Wft+ro ai^=aiQ9i+Qtf. a)— 9ijai 

Dushpada ( g. eiQqiQQ )— Not easily attainable. 

' Dushparajaya aq$£[ 9$j$JiQ Q aiS9j «G©$ S^V" 
Invincible; difficult to oonquer, 

3. e— apqgmr <Q 48— 

Name of a son of Dbiutarasb$ra. 

Gfl$S>Q— a. w: ( 99+aei+s ai^+«*tf. z )— 

* Dushparihara qi^ 39©€Q 3Q9iQ 91 Qi|Q 9qa!Q 

...• 5 . ft QIGQ — Difficult to be given up; 
' not easily avoidable. 

Dushparihara nfya V : ^pgQ ( &)<si ) 

-Dushparihara ( See ) 


OKJ9K«h-«.- 9<a — W9Q ( CQ«f ) 

Dushpariharjya Dushparihara ( See ) 

^— S\ «*3, ( 9§9lg; ^9+«f ) — 
Dushparsa * | sai9I^L SCTqI Q^QQ — 

1. Touchable with difficulty # .. 
> I %I01 (g. S93ISI3) — 
2, Not easily attainable. 

t. e.-^qqq (SQ3) [9SQ$f . 59^] 

Dushparsa ' DiirSlabhS (See) 

Dushpaohya <£jf|Q (eQ€J) ^-Dushpacha (See) 

Dushpara Q|Q C9|Q G> aiGQ— 1. That which 

can not be easily crossed over. 

2. Attainable with difficulty. 

f-^°- 9. (^dab 9g+4«)-^SW" 
Dushputra A bad or undutiful son. 

£1,Q— SP. §«— «. I 919! g^SSQ q| 69IQ O a!GQ— 
Dushpura 1. Which can not be filled up easily. 
J I TO9|f$f (g. SlQgiGlQ)-2. Unpreventible- 

Dushprakruti Evil nature, 

5t°.9^1.~ 98€l]Q — Of evil nature, 
QJLutf— **. 9«. (9^+a + a« yi^+Q^. S) — 

Duahpradharsha 0191^ WKQ q«q<l QqQIQ O 
(9%a4i— sfl) ai6Q ; aa€alq. qwT— 

(91 j a , a©|— $) Hard to assail; unassailable. 

<gl5)| - «[•. 9. (9&1; slq g^— SLUW; 51^ 3$$ ~ 

Dushprabrutti Evil disposition or inclination. 

Q|GQ€i— 51°. 9<a. (^+g+9e ai^+Q«. «r) — 

Dusbprabesa SII9I ^&iCQ QTOSQ gG9« gq3|Q 

O aiCQ — Difficult to enter; impassable. 

^Gflq-a. 9^i (99+gs^)— aaacfl^; awj QQflisa 

Dushprameya qq^i 9sjj$Q — Difficult to mettSui*e. 

Dushprasaha g^9| C%QQ— Hard to endure; 

difficult to be borne. 

Dushprapa(pya) q®\ g WG q Qqq q$. <^(q_ 

(^gia^—eago) Difficult to obtain; rare; 

scarce 
Qe^Q(QM)— «. 9^1 (9^+3+Q9 ai^+Qtf. fl; 9)— 
Dushpreksha(ksbya) 5, | gj^l^^gVl 91QQ— 

1. Difficult to look at 


9*£ 


( »r»p ) 


99» 


<C 


* I qQtty ^[<gg — 2. Terrified look at, 

<j«9— sp. ^— (sjv-C9w1+«ip «%-*»w 9991+9$ 
Dushmanta a$§<Bjq^a$Q<iici ©§391% G9 #a<3i% 

<io qeior op 6 qq© qoiqt 8«i; a$Q»iQf 

Sllflli 9l«9ISQr aogggqsQ QI*9Q 
Ql^9 — The father of king Bharata 
( the hero of Kaiidasa's drama Sakun- 

tala. 
^gfl^— G§€9. 9*3). (ff !.)—<■ I apWW — 
Dus-man 1. Inimical; hostile; unfriendly. 

'SpPHjJWr > I G9«l— 2. Malicious. 
$— £ I €!§> — Enemy. 

> I $as GQQ— 2. Adversary. 
<^sk^ 0©QI— GQ. ^— apqpa QQ^IO G9SI — 
Dus-man baniba To turn an enemy. 

3*PW wl; ^«J?iT **WT 
^Qfl9 — €9 €9. 9. (err)— V I a$)S>| — 1. Enmity; 
Dus-mani * hostility. 

?^wft; ff^TWt > | G^>g— 2. Malice. 

Dus-ra 1. Another; 

5 I ^Q^ — 2, Second. 

ffl I qfil A 9tei^ 099Q — 3. Duplicate; one of 

a pair. 

$3^69— giC9. ( ^ ) a— 2JQm§)— 

Dusrane Elsewhere; at any other place. 

<£€IQ— fllG9. ( Q§Q ) 93— G9ISiq ( G<3$ ) 

Dusar Doaara ( See ) 

<jMaQ^G8€9. 9*1- ( ffl. WWq )— CTWq ( GO?i ) 
Dusar a Dosara ( See ) 

<g»g,Q— <a. pa. ( 99+o ai^+grf. a )— 

Dustara t 1 fltoh £N9I%. W9CQ 8IQ GSIQ Q 9IGQ; 

( <^gq — a] ) 9Q9$fl— 1* Hard to get over; 

uncrossable; insurmountable; almost 

impassable. 
} I 8Q 9<£||QQ— 2. Very difficult. 

69. §tf— V I 8TQ 9%SIia — 1- Impracticable; 

difficult of accomplishment. 

-> I AS 9%, «9"fl9— 
2. Very bad; Very wicked. 

' * ( iaai— < 3qq.©i9 99 <£gs gsgqSI i ) ■ ~ ; \ 


G9< 9— a© *9Sia<a B9SI-— 

Very critical condition. 

Dustaraniya ogQ ( G9<3! ) — Dustara ( See > 

( 9§9^!— %1 ) 

^g,^H- e. m. (9®+© A «%+9tf. sa )— 99Q (G9«rt 

Dustarjya -' Dustara ( See } 

( ^gtfii— aj ) 

9$w— a. 9<l ( 99+91^ ai^+stf. « )— a>9!% 

Dustyaja qqjocQ ©hj€1 OqgtQ QlGQj 9JK»tf< — 
(99***^^ — 2IG*Qa) Relinquishable with difficulty* 
$(§8)8— a. ea. ( 99+ff ai%+«4 a ) — 
Du(du^)stha ^ | G^aqo — 1. Afflicted. 
( 98'— sfl ) j i 9Q r €iig3— 

2. Stricken with calamity; miserable. 
m I 39 9QO— 

3 . Very /poor; poverty-$fcrioken. 

4. Fallen in a difEiculty. 

* I flQSJQGQ §Q — 5. Badly situated. 
a | q« — ,6. Illiterate. 

Du(dut)sthata 1. Misery. 

^ I <J>aQ©I — 2. Penury; want. 

* I G^€l — 3 . Hardship; difficulty, 

v I GSHQSl*! W£ll — *- Wretchedness. 

9^9— «. 93— 9W ( G9« ) 

Dussaha Dubsaha ( gee J 

Duh ( root ) To milk. 

<^S»el1— GQ. §> (a. GWSI) — 9» GQi$9IG09 — A small 
Duhani earthen jug used for milking a cow. 

<JJ9I ( Q©m1^> )— 69. « — ©91 QQ1I9 ( G9« ) 

Daha ( etc ) Duha etc ( Soe > 

<^g>IQ — G9. Q— i I 991 ( G921 ) 

Duhai I, Puha ( See ) 

cwWt 9i(s. 9+«i9io ) saa. %& — 2. Oath. 

5?T; P^E • I qCM 91 G99&IQT OlflGQ ■ '89f«8 $S£jQ 

( G9I§5 91$ — acwqa ) Q<3I<3€1( — 3, Proclamation 

of any matter in the name of a Deity 

or the king. 


^Slft €991 


{ *r*r ) 


9g9QQ 


<?;®IQ €991 — 69. £ -'CQ?«S 69991 91 WIQ%<8? 9I9GQ 

Duhai debS Q8Q9Q9I— 1. To swear in the name 

CfWf Cf *eirl t o£ some Deity or great personage. 

§fTt-$TT 9 | ©®Q €jsal QIQ* 991 91 €99910? 9|3 

[$91Q 89l(€9)Q9l — «CHq3] a$ 0$qQ 9^91— 

2. To invoke the name of a Deity or king 

for saving one's self- 

<£$—«. 9. ( ff. 9^19. )— ? i cWQj 9§ 91— 

DuhSfi 1. Milking. 

SS*I > I 9$Qij 2flo6 ^iq $§ qq gofja Q9id%; 

Q**W>' 0§^9I-^-2. Pressing a thing down- 
wards with the fingers as"in the act of milking. 

69. 9«1 — 69 9* 69$ai<J; 99IQ— 

< a cow ) Which gives milk, 

<$$\ giiq q$Q, §91 QftQ ctiqq I gsos? i 

( aoa"— WQ19 ) 9169. ( QSiq ) 93— ^SI^ 

q$|9$ 98 — The second (son or daughter). 

<3$(6§)Q9I— 69. $; (9§9I9 S©Q%9 )— acw'jiq 

Duha5(he3)iba 69I9W 9qQ9l — 

C*Tl3fa To cause another to milk. 

(99IQ9I — «9iqfl) «W* cgaqaifiKi I 

DuhaS dutiS™* ^ ^ ; v ; 1. PuhaSX See) ' 
' I 9§9I9 6919© 9# — * 
2. Several acts of milking. 

Q§i(@i}Q— 69 w. 43. ( e- CQiwgi )— 

Duhan(ha)la v | OTI9Siqi; 69$ €1193 €9ITO 9$* 

[9?r(9D©ei— ««^%,a) gi$ eiN- 319101^ <$v 991 

0Tt^t»T 9|Qai<l — 1. Milch ( cow ); that which 

«0ft*tl» ^3 is being milked. 

J l 919^ 63§) cii$ 921 93 aaic 9Q9 £69- 
2. (cow) Giving milk; not yet become dry f 
Q^(9D©1— 69. 9«. $1— * 1.^910 ( 693 ) 
DuhSS(hS)li 1. Duhanla ( See ) 

^*£ e_g W9 oiq qsin aes aeaa 1 

* I ( «T. 91 *!§_=■ 639Q 9Q9I ) alO 9&10— 
3,-fperso^n) Reaping paddy. 
<5>9*9l^G9. £, ( *. 9? N .ai$/)— 

Duh&bS ^ l 69t9S» 9$9l -1* To milk. 

3^ eo^ia. qwoi 


> r (ossid) 9a -9s" q ao. 69ta§ 9t^oi^ 

• ' » »9 ©seas qq Gwi— 

2. (figurative) To squeeae money etc from 
a person; to fleece a person. 

* I $a 9t*Q Bft 60T«3 9gqL ( a,ft G9^l% 

ai© 499 ) $Q acr8 gig ©8 Qisa^i- 

3. To press a thing with two fingers 
in order to squeeze something out 

of it, 
($91991, 9916991— 9^9IOH^.ei) 
vq© ao^o Ga^aaeiQ «a^oq s^ia ^*Q can , 

^S9^l— €9.^— ^ I *lS <&IQ 699I — 
DuhiS heba 1» To strain; to be strained. 

94a *oiSt Gfil w* 0$ s ^o 
93 M9I<3S » QIGQ GQI9I ffl^ J ^1^9- A9IQQ0. «4 
-> I 6919^ ©aifll 6991—^, *o be capable 
of being milked or squeezed^ 
Q§£PQ — 69. W. 3. 6g? )— ^Qq9T9 — 
Duhinkara Of both. ^ 

<9§S — «Qi%P) ^^ t^^T 

<5$S(£j?)— 69. qv^ifl— ^Q MOTi Q9^— 
Duhinki(nku) To both. 

Q^S <^6@*— 69. W— t I 9Q OtiKllQ; .§69 219— 
Duhinki duhen ' 1 - Both of them. 

(^gtflOS) 969— flP^) -> i «6CHi9M-2. Each 

other. 
^§©—69. 9. 9)' (39*)) («. 9^9)— 99il; §?i — 
Duhita Daughter. 

Sfll «Q CQIQ rf ^Q ^§0 I 

<^9t— ST. 9. «]. ( 9g^ €199 1SIL V9; 9^ ai^+94. 
Duhita ©. 63 69199 96Qj %». ft°. «$gj en. 
9«9§5 919, 9IQ6C15iU ©*»' OOJQi 
^I^Cj^COW^Q )— 99mIj S« — Daughter. 
[ 3— q.^9IQ69 ^31 3Q9IQ69 «l« ^g^l 9^ 
QQhI QOSQ ^g ^91^ 9QmI9 910 9^g9l 69fQ3§ 
69IQ ^ fiVllGQ 99^ I ] 
<t^QJ— 69. (Q9<i) 9. 4J. (3. 99©)— 
Duhiti ^§913 9Q*ilj 5a — Daughter. 

£l$t GQ€tQ GQ *Q* P^O 

$9^ae— ?. 9.. (p<§19©; Sig^+a©)— awioij ??Q*- 

Duhitru pati Son-in-law. 


WW* 


( *r*e ) 


$« 


Duhitiu(tra) sampatti 6Qtel§ 9*&Q 9.8 91 9flQ" 

I«ttaft vfifa wis ©I9IQ WIIQ (CI 

(QQIqq) £^3391$ ££■$ £I|<1— Property 
inherited by the daughter's son of 
a person leaving no son or son T s son 

to inherit him. 
■<j$6© — 69. (9I01Q Wi) 9— WmI; $81 — 

Duhite Daughter. 

gq* 4?" ®8 i ■as- «9<a$$»ig i 
<g>§@ ^§1—69. 9— GQlAgi 1^1 (CQ«) 

Duhuida mun<Ja Do-orcia muada (See) 

<£$&— G9. 9 — 9$|> ' (W«l) 
Duhuidi Dihurgi 2 (See) 

■«$«!— €9. 9— t i W. gqi<ot) qiq $91 q« qi <a§>— 

Duhuni 1. A small narrow-necked pitcher 

(9$*tf|— a^%a) used in milking a cow, 

jc«rMl j» 1 611$ $$q G9G» qifi 9is> « ' qiQ " 

5^t QI&9I QIQ* 9191$ 9Q ©IttGQ SQ! G9IQ 

^91 9§§>; aQtfll— 2. A string with 

which both the hind legs of a vicious 

cow are chained together when it is 

milked. 

« I aaiao flia swigq 9«*9$9 G99 9l 

3. A small measuring pot of cane or bam- 
boo-laths used for measuring grains. 
q$q— gi€9, WWK) ^-G9t69> 9«iq £IQ— 

Duhara Second time. 

<j$<g GWI— SIN. (ttUWA) S— Q« G99I (G9«) 
Duhura deba Dal deb5 (See) 

,^e@— gq. w (a. <$fy efl) - 969$ q^ ^S; $Qm 

DuheB $319; $§§ ^j€9 — B° tn tne two persons; 
($>G9£II9 — «Qs^a) both; both of them, 

59M— 3. ©a. (99 ai%+9& a) — G9I9Q ©aiaij 

Duhya C9l9i — Fit to be milked. 
($5N— 4) 

* Duhyamana 3191$, $91 9IQiag — 

($919191 — $) Which is being milked. m 


^gi— *. 9. (ow)— a3|Kr ck&io shimt -«9 q#— 

Duhyu Name of one of the sons of king Jajati 
($> ^1, — ag^^g) and . hia wife Sarmishtha. 

# q?i«% 9I<? G9G$ I a?fl9«!Q G9SISI9 $5*1% 
G9G$ I £1919 «S«|Q 9:^94^ q&UQe G9?99 
SGGf 999 QTOKjLQgQKJL* CIQ1 QG«l « SSJIQ « $ 
G9IQ <^IC^dia €9GQ 'GQIQ QOi<S® £ q «c|0t4j 
e$ €99 Ql§V(@. €ioqiaQ) 1] v 

<J (aift)— «— <■ I $»« SQQ QQ9J— ■ 

Du (root) To be afflicted; to suffer pain (Apte)l 

* I $»9o G99I— 2 To be sorry (Apte). 

* I $ft 91 9^| G99I— 

3. To give or cause pain (Apte). 
<Zj{© - CQ. a—a© ( G9fil ) 

Dut Dhut ( See ) 

($Q9Q3 ^G^Q, $GQWI, ^G^€iG9— «9iqa) 

^©-?r. 9. (^at^-et^Q 0Q91+Q4.0- q ntQeQ s0- 

Duba r. 1 q5UQ9i99. 91^199—1- Messenger. 

> I Q©<S1Q9 ©9 — 2. Embassador; enyoy. 
81 I 9QQ CJO — 3. An angel; a divine 

messenger. 

Dutaghni The flower of Nuclea Kadamba. 

<3©iQ!€I— a. Q. ( *<|l 005 eii^©9 gG^ia ) — apqoiQ 

Dutabasa g^^Q ©qg ®Qh g9l^r $9 Gaqfoicq 

991 9Q 99§J — Consulate; residency; 

the seat of an ambassador in a foreign . 

court. 

^G—a. 9. ($.aj%+8$6fi>*-$fl (G9S) 
DQti Data (See) 

^®9i— a. 9. tf. ($Q+«Gef.9+il. 2J) — $a (to«i) 

Dufciks Dutl (See) 

^jj© Q1Q — G9. (giolo Q9*») — <3Q Q19 — 

Duti pada The two feet or legs. 

qp aiQ 9 oqq as <w aiQ l gi©l. ©qs^qci ciioi \ 
<$® -«. ©. 41. (9©+«fl ^ ^ y|^=:Qgp 9Q9I+ 

Dutl «aed r «)-v 1 9t^i9i§9i SI— 

1. A female messenger, 

©S|<! — 2. A go-between; a procuress; a 

bawd 4 

[5— $a ^9^ saaii— ^ I $«, ^ i vp ^i, 6 
• I as $ci (sio^ch 99^©GjiflSI 5 i 9 q i) 


qp* 


{ •TV > 


^Q- 


• I (90>«Q| 6q«ei9 ayGQ*w Gffflw aSst 

<j?Q^9( qrf| — 3. The name of a female 
companion of RSdhika who waft acting 
as a messenger between Srikjushria 

and Radhika, 

€Q. e— <ggwl ^aflsi fflfl ~ A name given *° 

females. 

^ — ^ $ (^g + qQ. <a)— qjOQQlAjOTfai— 

Dfllpa The duty or -act of a messenger. 

Dana -1. Afflicted- - : 

> I *3[8«igi9 — 2. Troubled, 
•> I 5I^t*3. Tired; wearied. 
v | «0©9— 4. Repentant, 

* I Qfilfllft""^' Exhausted on account of 

travelling, 

<J>Q— GQ. 9—«K? C €Q* ) 

Duba Duba ( $ ee ) 

Ddr t I S !j 3 I* U ^ -"" 1 * ( inter 3 ecfcion ) Fie ! 
■q* tut tut I 

*$t 5 I (wfafr ai©% «9« G99I ©sg$ «I«9 

2. Be off i get out 1 

Dur kar(ra) 1- Eur (See) 

* I «9^ GS Wl — 2 - Let ifc P ass * 

Dur-chhaida 1. Situated at some distance. 

^Qa^Wh-aOtqg) 2 - Situated at a great 

<$® <$$— G<*. Sl-<£$ ( GQ« )_ 

Dur dur D* r C See ) 

^ •«— SfiSfc (Q^l)— Torrential (rain). 

J ^ $ . W— 98SR (^ 9I )— ( rainic s) In 

torrents; eats and dogs . 
Dur^dur kariba Qq OT<2ilQ SI gg Pft ©$GWI— 

^ «m- wi 1 ™ L To * rive "■* 

^ g£ <Wi i I L w ^ h contempt. 

jsp Wft, -S^p*iir C«l WIQ OWr— 2. To treat 
; x a man with- contempt; to despise. 


Dur*pal5 (interjection) Be off ■ 

^QQQi(efi)Q«>i— w. $ ( a. ^Q+aaiqQ )— 

Dur-pal5Qe)iba v I ©QTO, $%R 91 ^S® 9i99IQ 
PWI 09 ©Wl GJ3!<9I <HQ^GQ G9i«8 819 

ftWWrT 91WVWI-1. To flee away from a 

place through fear orinBult. 

? I Q^GG) 90|O^GPl«3 J/© ««|€l ©Q9I — 

2. To:suddenly leave> place through fright. 

« i wi«9 aiG>^^^ qs^i— 

3. To keep one's self at a safe distance. 

$«qj€J)CH— N. w.— agk9STI (w«l) 

Dur-pu(phu)nga Dhur-punga (See) 

Dur-ba^ia Dur-chhaida (See) 

^§ ^9 fll ® fl| 9 G€l^ — «. «*— ^S ^®^^i_(^ Q<a > 

Dar dur mar mar kariba Dur dur kariba (See) 

$$ 6&I — GQ. a. — ^9 (W«l) 
Dur-ho Bur (See) 

(<£© 9— «fti^a) 

(o^ ^Q^ — q) «Q^O— 1- Remote; distant; 

far off. 

> I OT€I, 9IO SI 9W «»SiQGQ 9§© SI^JQSQ- 
gQg q — 2. Occupying a far off posi- 
tion in respect of place, time or 
relationship. . 
» I 89U qeiGj Wl - 3 * Separate, 
v | *i©m^ — 4. Excessive. 
* I €iiQ — 5, Deep. 

« I aSfillQQ^* Not known; not perceived. 
9 1 q«3-7. Long. 

r |-qg 91 QSI9 «l»OGQ <?$«> a^QGQ i «J9g9;, 
GS WfcWaq «G§-8. Distantly related;, 

not closely related 
3. e.—«N9ai«>— -Interval; space, . 

» 1. Driven aw-ay 


'$w«n 


( •tSrt* ) 


^99^1 


J I <5<33^® — 2. Removed. 

• I <€9 Q9G9 «Qg 9 — 3. Situated at such 

and fiuch a distance. 
(3211— £5! 9S90I%G9I9< G9I9 <£9 I) 

* i agiEW; 2ig«ii©9 — 

3, Unattainable; unknown. 

9I5>9 csii^a eciiOQ 

aaa oeff «£ <$*t i so*;*! ofl»o 

G9. 9. — «> I <<J9% '-Mfllaoi— 1- Distance; 
/ I <£9 G9Q — 2. Distant land. 

« I 99 aeij'990 9*1 9i$— 

3. Long way; long journey. 

<§q 9ai— €9. 9-—* i'9^ia 90i$ «9© ©ai— 

Dara katha 1. A difficult matter. 

^5gt CT5T 2. A thing which may happen in a 

distant future, 

<$99£|l Q§91 -€9.""$.— ©S>l "91 a»l 9€l 9Wi©€9 
< Durakatha katiibS a$ Q| ^qq 39IQ 9Q9I — 
^Rl ^T^rt To.pre T dict; to prophesy, 

<gQ 9€J9I-W. 3. — I I 9^9 9991; -94GI 9991 — 
Dura kariba" 1. To give up; to relinquish. 

^^fi ^ I ©9 6991— 

n^^lT 2. To drive away. 

m I 8191$Q 9tt9l-*-3. To remove, 
v 1 ^89^9991 — 1 To separate. 

* I £9a QQ91 — 5. To cause to disappear. 

(4aai— A9%.©«ji-SQ..9Wi3 9$ 91, ^a .^wi 

99*19 l) 

$Q9-*. $*.«- ($9+a^ai%+9& a)— _ 

Dauaga $991$ (CM)— Daragamj (See) 

■$9CKfl— *. 3*. «.— GP+«w -a*%+9<f- ft°j ^i. 

Bfiragami *9.)~* 1 ©3 $9% ^ a £— 
(99Clt3si — §}) 1. Gone to a distance; removed 

to a distance. 
J i «^9^*9S»-^.''E*tofliing : far. 

^9«@i— €9, 9S1. (2. <$93; <J9ff «)*-«> I $9€9 
v Durachhaijla 39^© — 1. Situated at a long 

tra^Sj. distance. 

sigin ^ \ q$% QQI^Q— ji. DHven away to a 

great distance. 


\ 


(<S{9a9«*ras»%3) * 1 a9390t% 9$ 9*9ai9G9 
«9tf9j «9«ll a99l— 3 . Situated far 
apart from one another. 
(9ai—99ei QS% ^9291 9€i 9CIIQ69 «9 N 9R 

era- 94 t) 

<gQ9Q— 3. -M.-($Q flWW) W®9 $9— 
Duratara More distant. 

3900— *.^wi.-*(9$ qac9) «si9a9 $Q— 

Duratama Most distant. 

^Q9I— 2. 9. ($3 + 99. ©I) — «■ I 9^9ai«Y £!$9— 
Oarata I- Distance. 

(59^— «9*»%a) J I ^9 GQ9IQ ®§g\ — 

2. The state of being distant. 

<$QG9-G9. &I9I9) ».—(*. ^9«8)— * 1 ^%— 
Durate 1. From a distance; from a long way. 

©^ 9P£Q 93GO flSQ QOSl flSQ SfllGOj 

SQQ 9»9 ^q^i <39 ffi? ^QQ asg 1 Qg cgcqai5)y 1 
^ I 99G9— 2. At a distance. 

^Q98—9. «.— (^9++dl6 09l'999S9 9^99*^)*- 
^DatStah ^ I $Q%— 1- From a distance; from 

afar. 

9 I QQSQ-— 2. AtJi great distance; far oS» 

far-away, 

* I ©9^69 9l-.fli-«£9 QG& — 

3. Not at hand. 
^99«©-a. Qtfl. Q! (^9+9^ai9.+9^i.'W)— 

Daradarsaka ^9991 (€9«l)— Daradarsi" (See). 

^99«9 Q9— ?. 9 («©9 9i99l9)— ^Sia^l J 3^ — 
Duradarsaka jantra ^Telescope. 

Duradarsana _ ^ _ .. Pj3.radf ush^ (See) . 

$993kl-«. Q"(^9Qlfe + 9^- ©>j— t IQQ4W9&1— 
Daradarsita Ability to look far into the future; 

foresight. 
> I QI^Oh; ^Q — 2. Erudition; knowledge. 

$99€l1 —3. 94. q? ( ( 5>9+ < J€iaiSL+^ Q9,^fllA9). 
Daradarsi 

* I €99 €Q9 SGQ«> <$9% €9§3IC93 ^9<J§j 

^9% "!• Far-seeing ; capable of seeing 

from- a -great distance^ 

J I €SIQ 9s§ 9©9 0.^*1 * «<J99f 19 

Q^IW^I — ^- Prudent; having 1 foresight. 

w. 1 9§fll9<— 4. Intelligent. 


<^ 


^QS>q$ 


( •!» 


<&<? 


* 1 Q£JQ — 5. Learned. 

(^8ifl— %1) 9— qaj ai^l —A vulture. 
9«j9«i ^aoei 09,9 oq ag9 qsiss aga^o^ c a I 

<$Q $Q$*-G9. 93 — 9$<3>Q— 

Dara duranta Very far; very distant, 

(<3j$<iiq9Q — TO133) ■ to. 9— m 9^q ai9*~ 

2. Very distant place. 
' I ^? 9Q^— ^- ^ gr©^ distance. 

Duradruk ^99fil1 (G9S)— Duradarsi (See), 

(^Q^Sl— fl) 

Duradiushti 90 qq^ G9^91 — *• Seeing to a 

great distance; far-sight. 

* I 9§<£9a Q9I& GQqpiQ a§— 

2. Long-sightedness. 

* 1 ewtaS 9ssj9 a^siisej© 9% 9$9i; <3>9- 

QgQI — 3. Prudence; foresight. 
v I (9$9lg) Cll^llj sq^>— 4. Vulture. 

* I <3>Q«9S1 sa^ — 5. Telescope. 

9<S (Q$g1a)— «. I C3 <£9%G9§aiG9— 
1. Far-seeing; far-sighted. 

~ J I SQtf|S9€l— 2*- Prudent; provident; . 

sagacious. 

* I l9l«tj €9 99^% 9163- 

3. Having insight into the future. 

y I $>$%— 4. "Wise. 

* I afJQ — 5. Learned. 

^q 6Q€1— «. ?>— 9§<^9G9 2J9§© «$»— 

Dura desa A far away or distant country. 

<$Q ©qsa— 3. ©— ^W3lfl« 3$ (g. 9Q91QQ)— 

Dtira ninkshana Telescope. 

$q aa- a. 9— 9$9 91*— 

" Dura patha A long way or distance. 

$Q€WO— €9. 9 — * I <$9GQ Wfl*© W® — 

Duraparba<ta 1, A distant mountain. 

^ I <$9% €9611991 WQ— 
* c ' . 2. A mountain seen from a distant place. 

<5& qw 3$q; <gq s\ is>q i 9^q$ 1 
<g9giQi69fl— $, 9 ,(«ra»9 gGgw)— oio <S giaroew 

Dura prachyadesa 9Q9&1 aSFC9flSll9 — The far 

East ( as distinguished from the 

near East and' the middle Bast). 


Dura bandhu Q^ <£QGQ 2lfi£}— ( a person) Having 
a friend living at a great distance. 
€9. 9— GSgf 9<89WQT 9l3§ltt MAI 919^10 
OI% 9§ ^QG9 aQfl 9— Relations resi- 
ding at a great distance from one's 

residence. 

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<fcQQfifl— a. 9<a. q? ( <S>9+$© ai§+9$. Q^i ^ qi - 

Durabartti <.$>) — £L9I <§9G9 «Sfc ^9^9 21939 — 
(9Q9§)£! — '*fl) Situated at a distance. 

<y>QQg>— G9G9. £. 9tf*— S9iQ9g ( G9« ) 

Durabasta Dorabasta ( See ) 

<$Q Ql$ — G9. 9 - ^Qa^ 9§ ^991 — 

Durabata A long distance; a long way. 

(9988— wqa) 

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Durabikshana ^Q^^ €9^* €?^199 3^K| 
<59a QQiaflW ©9S9^1 39 C9«li3l<3 — 
Telescope; a spying glass. 
<§QQ!^— G9- 9 (a. sjQ«a)— <^9Qiaa (_0M ) 

Durabin Durabikshana ( See ) 

Q^g^ ") ^>q«iQSq c$GQq, 

9$9Q J 2I9h^Q gig GqQ e a qQ Q> <, ^ t » 

^QQ^ 9$tel — €9, ^ — ^9*319^ 9<*SQ ^8*OI — 

Durabind kashiba To see through a telescope. 

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DurabedhI ^9)— ^9€9^ ( «9ei ) 

Durabhedi (See) 

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Durabhedi v | ^9§9 G9f^^ ^9h 9g% GS StQ«|Q 

fiq 9^ ©QaiSQ— 1- Able to strike at 

a target from a long way off; able to 

pierce a thing with weapons from a 

long distance. 

> 1 999^1 9g<4 G99 eaaiqaei (39)- 

2. ( missile ) Striking at a target from 

far. 

9— t |'aq* 9l«a— 1- An arrow, 
-M 9^9— 2. A gun. 
$Qfl«— <L 9 (9§5l§; 99 + fl?)— 18 ( €9<fl ) 
Daramtlla MuBja ( See ) 


-39fliq1 


( «rv* j 


9& 


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Dura jay 1 ^QQISlI — Gone to a great distance. 

"8Q8— «. 9<a. £> ( <%s+g\ a%+9<§. « )— $9GQ 

Durastha ElQgQ — Situated or living at a 

■ (<$Q§I — tfl) great distance; being far off. 

g"?6q. e« (eti) — e^iQg ( e9«t ) 

Dorasta ( See ) 
$Q€§Ql— C9. 3 h («. $9 + ^81$)— <IS©I§>£> €991— 
Duraheba 1, To be driven away. 

P 3*31; ft 5HT ; i giGI$Q© G99I — 2. To be 

removed to a distance. 
6" I GQQ a|Q9l— 3. To disappear. 

* I G9?«il§ HI© ®«tl3 «w|. qafl9l— 
4, To be off; to go away; to retire from 

a place 
$Q9> — CQ. § — t I <$>9©l — 1. Distance. 

Duranta j | Q<»QaiO — 2. Interval; space. 

9^1— ^Qg©) <^9€9 3191 — Distant; remote. 

(<$q$Q— TOi$0)' ' giel. ©q« siQift, I " 

*^Q«<51— 3. 9— (9sl9Q«l) $3^ QQQI69 W»GQ S>9i§ 

Duranwaya ^Q$t|o ^qq^] QQaios? 3€CT aC«> §<i 

*-^( Grammar ) A composition of 

sentences in j which words related to 

one another are placed far off from 

one another. 
[5~<39l QOTI69 GQIf 4 G9I3 ^Gfc I] 

Durapata Sep 9^ai<l (§, wg|QQ)— (weapon) 

"Which can be thrown from a long 

distance* 
^3$Q61— fl. © ($Q + &$? 9&t€9. ©^QQd)— . 
Durikarana e. I e©|<£Qj 9g^Qg| — 1. Driving 

away- 
9 I 213919$ — 2. Removal. 

Durikruta \\ 99l§>9; <$9$L M3IW— 
(QS1Q9I — %1) 1. Driven asvay; removed far away. 

J I owifiMqjpQ ai9i«j,aswiao.9qaiQ«8 — 
2. Removed with insult or contempt. 

5Q$qaia— e- w.e£ (<§9+a<$© ©Qie9.^+^i«)— 

DurikriyamSna £3191^ 9$l SIQaSj §919*019— 
Which or who is b&ng ^driven away or 

^Jremoved. 


$ ^O— *. W«— (<S»Q+a<J9 ©QIG9 © H +$?)— 
Duribhuta ^ | 9^9 — 1., Driven away. 

(^^91 — %1) > I smgiQ© — 2. Removed, 

* I ^09*59 — 3. Separated- 

v I 9191 Q£€J9$] G9IQSig — 4. Become distant. 

* I Oa 'SjQ^ SlQa©* — 5. Gone away, 
<§}§£—' €9. $. 93 — <3>9Q — From a distance. 

Duru src»iqg m wi ®Q oti a«fs ^q aiacr 1 

(9% -«©«iq.a) 

^%% : €08©l-€9. ^— ^ 1^99^1 gi©9 9|%CT^9»— 
Duruku dekhiba 1. To £ee a distant thing. 

-gra (^f^l; ^T^ft 5«ktt ^ 1 (Qjstii) ci^q ©<$9q qo^o 

9*3^ ©l§}9l — 2. To think deeply 
for knowing the future. 
^%9©l (Q9MIQ)— ^9 $91 Q9il9 (S9«) 

Duruchharda (etc) Dura chharda etc (See) 

^ <y>^ (QMQ)— ^ 9^ Q©*tl9 (69«) 

Duru dtiru (etc) Dur-dur eto (See) 
^6QQ— 69. $. 9«— («. ^9)— «g99 a?9Qi 9g 
Durei 9n9atQ 91 «I<5Q QflQq— 

(9GQQ 9Q— St^H^l) Leaving some space 

between. 

( aai- oqgq oqo^ 09360 01 G9«a^ ^qqq 

99 © MQGQ 910 Gat9fl9 I ) 

<g6QQQI— C9. -£ W. <^9i a <£9q oiff ai^)— 

Dureiba ^ 1 <^Q€jl ^ 991 — 

1. To move or go off to a distance. 

<§sq@— a. 9. ( 39+99 ai^+9<§. a ) - 

DUroha : n§®<* GQ9 ( 8- ^^9lfi!9 )■— The ima- 
ginary sphere or world of the sun. 

<gGg§«— «. 9—^ ( fe, «99ISI9 )— 
Durohana The sun. 

Durbb (root) 1. To envy; to have malice. 
(<$q? — ao^%a) 9 I ?H9I9 9Q91— 
2- To strike; to hurt. 

* I 9911 9Q9I — 3, To kill. 
<$sr\— «. 9. %!• ( $$\ai$_+9sf. a+«fl )— 

Durbba 39 91% <aqi^9$ioa «4q§ ora — 
(oqjj — aoiQQ) The Doob grass; Cynoden 

Dactylon, 

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<§Gr\QQ~ 3. 9- ( 9$ «©3 <^l+9» )— 
DttrbbSdala <£9 ggq 09 -The leaves or blades 
(^9IQ»— ?IQH%a) of the Boob grass. 

©Srbbashtami The eigth day o£ the bright 

(osp|o,g] — wtop) fortnight of the month of 

BhSdra- 

[ 3— €S1Q* %1 <i 5© QlGO QQS) 9I9ISQ '**»© 
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Dttrjya Ordure; nightaoil, 

Dali The Indigo plant. 

$€IH— «. 9— 9^; ^Qf (®- 99SIICIQ)— 
Dtsya Tent. 

<§;<a(i) (ai$)— e. — ($9 ai%9 3t9% **$§> * 

Dash(shi) (root) ^ | QQ|<a G99I — 1» To blame. 

> I 9$j)9 G99I — 2 - To be diseased or 

distorted; to turn bad; to be spoiled^ 

^<ag— .3. M. 1°. <$« ai§+ 9& s ^)~ v ' 6Ja WIQ 

Dttshaka 94; $Q9 — 1, Blaspheming; blaming; 

(98©|— <D defaming. 

> \ WW>£9 — 2 - Fault-finding. 

* l SWOTS -3 - Condemnable. 

v ! G3 ^SQ S6Q—4. Corrupting; defiling. 

* I 69Q Q^? G$fa3 Q10Q1 91 99«l% a6 ^ a 

QQt^GQ SCTS 9GQ~5,(a man) Seducing 

or violating a girl or woman; ravishing; 

deflowering. 

$««— «r. 9. (<?« *%+q9 «q)— v i wis* «oq»— 

Dttshana 1. Fault; blemish; guilt. 

5 I 3IQ— 2. Sin. 

* 1 ©ftl"""^. Blame, 

■* I gaqri flaw* WWIMRJ— " 

4. Accusation; charge, stigma. , 

«1-Q% 9Q91— 5- Spoiling; ruining. 

$H9tQ 9$9I; »q§> 9Q9I— 

5, Defilement; contaminating. 
9 j a <£^ — 7. Rebuke; insulting. 

r » $1%«€Qdq96Q9Qa — 8. Rape« violation; 

'&£*£ jiefiowermgi ravishing. 

< 1 ( +9$. W$ q«K fll€^1©*^Qj *QQ 


QQj qgq96€W — 9. Name of a demon,. 

causin of R$bana. 

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€991 flGQ o q^ocs? 9§<s> 9§9lQ«i6Q TO 9$ 

©90 gsiqsiq 1 ] 
§»«—*» i ( +q<§. sio ) c9is0to — 

1. Blameworthy. 
J I QS9 — 2. Censorious;, fault-finding, 
* I €3 fliq 9GQ— 3. Defiling. 
v 1 C91 < aq£} — 4. Faulty. 

Dushana ari q^l©Q — A. name of RSmachandra. 

Dushanabaha ©91^19*9; ^jai — 

Blameable; .blameworthy*. 

^«iiq - a. 9. ( ^^1 ocj <j«^+««i ■)— q^o©,— 

Dushanari A name of Ramachandra. 

DSshapJya t | G9I9199; ©Qfflq-1- Culpable,; 
\0<a^ta— il) blameable; censurable;, reprehen- 
sible; blameworthy. 

2. Capable of being contaminated or 

spoilt. 

$0l|9l— * M. qr. (<5}« wi^+9^.0 _^0|. 19.)— 

Dushayita 5. I ^«© (C9«) — 1. Dushaka (See) 

( ^^S>1 — ^1 ) 5 I aflCOIQQ— 2. Defiling. 

Dushayitnu Q^OI ( €Q« ) — Dushayita ( See ) 
<£§— 3 . q. (<j^ ai^+9i|. q )— €flp «»; «^J4- 
Dttshi 6Q6WI —Mucus matter coming out of 

( ogl — sjQ^op ) the eye; rheum of the eye. 

DtfehikS A tnaliging (woman). 

9. ( ^S-Hicrf'. ^+«D )-— * t G9§) 9IQ— 
1. Rheum of the eye. 
> 1 Q©5?|— 2. Painter's brush, 

^99— a. W. ( $« «%— 6Wq$ swH-^. © )— 

I <5j§OI— $J ) 1* DiahoBoured.. 

^ I COnsiU; <$%— ^Corrupted. 
• I 9§99; 9»§9— 3 » Spoiled; stained. 


9$©l 


( *rv* ) 


9$Gfcl<3 


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* I ai&& aiaoJJ — 5. Sinful. 
5> 1 2l£iQtf1$© — 6. Defiled; polluted; conta^ 

minated; tainted. 

5> I aawgg — 

7. Calumniated; scandalised. 

8. Soandalised for sexual intercourse. 
$891— 3. Q4. «]— «. I GSgf $1 ©I ©1991© *S1$ Q% 
Dushita ©Q 9IQ2I© — 1. Defiled; deflowered; 
violated; dishonoured ( girl \ 
i I 0l9f I— 2. Sinful. 

<g§^|— G9. «*— ^ I G9ISlGga W9Jj©QI9ftQ|— 
DQshiba * 1. To accuse; to blame. 

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^[^n aCff ^ Vl * 68ICIM— ©fiftia. qo?0 I 

5 I 99§9 9WI— 2. To stigmatise. 

©<a1— « : w. ( 9«L a^+ g & « )-^8 ( G9<a ) 

Dashi Dushi ( See ) 

^q1 Q<g— 3. «— WJft-.a^tlGQ G999 QQi^QGQ' 9*llS 

Dushi bisha q/gpfo , .49091© ©S ( g. OQQiaQ ) — 

A kind of poison which circulates 

in the system. 

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§. €i©ai€l© I ] 

^«m— «. 9<? ( 9* ai*4+9tf. 9 )— swflisjj ©Gi — 
Dashya ] . Blameworthy, 

( oa^i — $ ) VI Cjfaolq — 2. Condemnable. 
« I 3191 <5»80 G9IQ 8IGQ— 

3. Liable to be spoiled or polluted. 
v I ©il©** — 4. Fit to be deserted or given up. 
*. | flQ— 5. Vile; bad. 
£> I Q9- G9Q — 6* Contemptible. 
5> I Q9i© 9lS>9l©9 ( ©**§ )— 

7. ( a person ) Causing injury to the 

realm. 
9— * I $%$$*} 9^,91% £?$— 1. Tent. 
/ I 09 —2. Pus. 


m | qi^, — 3. Matter; semen. 
v I 9$j QQI ( §! S99ICIQ )— 4. Cloth. 
^«HI— a. 9— 9§1 P9GQ QQI991 QS— The rope 
Dushya which passes through the armpit of an- 

elephant. 
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Dnhu * ^ * Dhu dhu ( See) 

( 99^ 9^— aoiqa ) 9?. 9 ®sq €«iQ.^ifis) 

«qo cot? qq <mq» - sqossIq. qsmfiw 

9 ( ai^L >— 3— «© ©q©i — 

Diu ( root ) ' To fondle; to esteem. 

<§>$— 3. ©. ( 99 ai^=G©qp+9©tf 905 99 fl9 5 IflL 
Druk to )— ^ I QsGOqsj; ©S8— 1. Eye. 

> I ( +q©. ^a v ) 9^—2. Eye sight. 
** I @|0 — 3. Wisdom, 
v I ( +©<§. €»^)^.q|g|_ 
4. Witness; eye-witness. 
9tf- t I 9^95 G3 G9G3— I- Seeing. 
-» I (+9& ^a) 9191 ( aq9 QQ ) 9GQ — 

2. Looking like; appearing like. 

* I G9 91G«I- 

3. Knowing; having an insight into. 
[g-<JSQQ co so9i^ 9e, <s asj» Q91Q9. 

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aai— 9€^idi, <j9ai9 ©©hIq. vqh a© qqq 9*1999 

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SI90, ^9©^ QIStfJ9^QOW I ] 

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Dxuk-karnna 1. The eye and the ear. 

" ' ' 9% ;* %«- 

2. Seeing and hearing. 

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999^© ©919 fllflrai G9IQCIQ I ] 

* I ( 9§©1@ ) Sia- ©^918 — 

3. Serpent, 

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©«. ( ©$5l@ ) — Gsa siiS^ig qstft^ 9191© n% 

919© 91$ 9G% ©58^9/8^- 
Whose eyes do the part of ears; hearing- 
through the eyes. 
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Druk-kana , DrekkSna ( See ) 

f 9 N €9I€1— ff. 9. ( 0tf ©©5 99+C9I4')— ' 
Diuk-kopa «§q 9«— The corner of the eye. 


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Dxuk-pata ( See ) 

^ga-*.?; $- ( 9%\ ©»; qs+aa )— 

D$uk~patha <^jaa; G9G© <$Q a^qj rooiisiiQ aiGQ" 

Field of view; ken. 

Dxuk-pata ^ i GQ^aiQj $%ai©; «l3 fl«IQ$!> 

69<J?I> WC«»G— • 
1. A look; casting of a glance; seeing. 
> I QQ Q — 2. Sight; view; a glance. 

* i ( om\i ) flcoicsNGj «i©§— 

3. (figurative) Care; attention. 

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<£$ S QI© OQQI— €9. $ — £ I *8§ WIQQI— 
Druk-pata karibS 1. To cast an eye on. 
fpFttWiri J i q$9i; G9q^l ~ 2, To look at, 
g^i^^C^T * | flGSIGSIIQ €991 — 3. To attend. 

Druk-priya Beautiful; graceful. 

(^ffqMJ) (993^1—9) 

Dxuk^sakti 1. Eyesight; power of seeing.. 

9 I «Qa§5 £Q|aa<^— 2. Power or faculty 
of perception; insight. 

* I 3SIS %3 G6©Qi ( @. 3331QQ )— 
3. The Divine Spirit as manifested. 

■w* i ssqi ( @. aQSisiq ) 4. Soul. 

$^£|«— «. $ 6 93 -<2©9f ( 694 ) 

Dxuk-sruti Dxuk-karima ( See ) 

^qjito— « 93. ( *qi s>&; <J9 N ^iq §9 )— 

Dxuk-siddha ( CM93 ) 3191 G9#9I fiq §<9IQ 
9Q £]|Q2lg — (Astronomy) Arrived at 
after personal observation, 
(aai— WI9G9IQMiq ©Q,G<I«Q S|3$Qe«QI 

90$q wiQifiq «a© t ) 

§9— 69. 9. ( 3; 9©J— ©9; »q.— 
Diuka Eye* 

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98- G»i^is^q i 
€9. SI— 8Q; ?«J«— Like. 


Q\€\— «. 9. ( GMQQ )— Cg^W ( €93 ) 
Diukkana Drekkana ( See ) 

Drug-goia ^ | <jQ<ifl|S> 99 , j9»— 
(QWfiQ — WiQifl) 1- The sensible horizon. 

J I (GM©fl> $9^5 Q 6 aswg 1 © $$,_ 6Q9 
QQ «3© QQ9QI Q<£© ^, 3g GQ 99- 

fll«TQ Q9q 6 i Q ©W ©Q3KI (8.a)— 
2 (Astronomy) The imaginary circle pas- 
sing through the zenith and the nadir 
on which the planets are taken to rise 


move. 


9€J5«J— *. ©• (99+3Q-— <2«G€il» ( G9«i ) 
Dxug-bxutta Drug-goia ( See ) 

Dxug-bhu ^ | Q§ ( g. 3OTIQQ )-l. Thunder. 
J I fltfi ( §. Q^ICIQ )— 2* The sun. 
* I 9a ( §. €W9I«Q )-3. Serpent. 

Dxuganchala v | Q^jg. Sfl^Q 9IQ ^9»S— 
1. Side-glance. 

Q^OOQ OQO ^StO 95Q 9Q€» a©q I 

giftl. sqswQ. «t«)Qoi« 
^ I 8W— 2. Glance. 

$afei<a sp. 9. ( ^>ql oc^ ^+awa )— 

Dxugadhyaksha 5i3i — The sun 

§€?fl€tffii— «r\ #. ( <jg^+?iga )— ^cjcaio ( G9<a ) 

Dxun-ma^dala Diug-goja ( See ) 

ffioi— €9. 9. ( «°. ai<$oi ) — 

Diuchchhana t | q©^ ^qp©^ OCfilMl— 
(9Qftl — tKPiqg) 1. Semblance; likeness. 

qct Sieq ©co es*iG9 Q&Q 98^) 1 

^ I Q9l9Q«a-2. Example; illustration. 
5© — a. 9«. (<$<^ai§— $<$ aiQ9i+9ft. ©) — 

Druifoa v I €1§; «6ffj JleT — 

(<J©|— aJ^Cf) 1. Hard; solid; firm. 




-> I ©Q9I3 >wT«ll — 2. Tough. 
■©. * I 390; fl©5S> ^rf— 

3. Strong; capable. 
v I fflGrt^ ^Qj &<aa — 4. Stable; fast; 

immoveable; fixed^ 
* I 2IQQq— 5. Excessive. 
^ I SlG^fl— 6. Hale; healthy. 
5> I alf^Oj G€^g — 7. Tight. 


"$9 wp 


8'. Inviolable; unbreakable. 
Q I ©flt$ — 9. Frozen; coagulated. 
^o I i Q; ©$©—10. Certain, 

«.* I (o8o) sail < siaw 9*11919 9«i sgsiQ 

q^»©5 $rsM^_2ll«lQ— 11, (Arithmetic) 

Reduced to the least term by a common 

divisor. 
3. 9 — <. I GQ?9— 1. Ii?on. 
j 1 q| _2. A name of Bishau. 

• I *Qqj3Q <Q Q£Q Olfl — . 

3, Name of a son of Dhrutarashtra. 

* 1 ( ciS© ) ©aqT Mil a©i G©$ qS^iq 

9§ss^ G9IQ s> aiSQ (f . waiQQ)— 

4. (Arithmetic) A number which is not 

divisible by any other number. 




Q© 
* * 


(aeii— *» •, *, s> 5 <^ f <>*>, K9, >• 1) 

+ t ^ — 5. Portress (Apte). 

9 1 9gsji^i flGqew <9W(t «Mra«n— 

6. Nam© of a son of the 13th Manu. 

Inviolableness; certainty; fixity. 

9G>s«a ^9 a$ ^ Qiw a°;ct 1 gt&1. gi s$®$ old ' 

Drultjba ayusha Long life; longevity. 

$>© GQQi— GQ. § — ^ I ®% 5?Q$>\— 

Diur«jha kariba 1, To strengthen; to consolidate; 
fflj^fl g? 3H3IT to confirm; to make firm. 

. > I WG6Q) SQ $Wl — 

2, To be sure and certain; to settle, 

§© $€} d$tf I— OT. §— i I ^W ^ SQ91— 
Diur^ha kari dhariba 1- To hold tightly. 

2. To depend entirely upon (a person). 

Diufljha kanda 1. The bamboo. 

■ > I 6$|g3 ©31 — 2. A kind of grass. 
2. §<5I— SJI9IQ Q\§ 9©— Of strong stem. 
Qiq— 3. Q- ( Qtf U|; 99 + Qtq )-TO 6 $^§$, 
Drur^ha k5ya g^Q — Strong and hardy body, 

(<$9«l£jl-$) tf«. S?. (9$9,1§)— 39» 6 q§f^ 
QS1Q 9*3^1 — Strongly built; having a 
strong physique* firm-bodied; having 

(9$QlS©| — Q) thick-set limbs. 


Dtuffjha granthi The bamboo. 

<g© QQIQ s - 69. 9; t*. 9©; ffl." 99K»)— fl 9 ©W; 
Druttjhajabab «$S&9(^ — A sure promise; in- 
violable promise. 

69. w.— ca^ 913J9 ^ M *i*»— 
(99©CNI, 9©©W*fi — W) 0£ sure P^o" 86 - 

DTur^ha jBana 1. Certain knowledge; conviction, 
^ I 3(131* WW — 2. Confidence. 
9© ©^ -3. 9.— 89 $9; aa €19 — 

Drur^ha taru Anogeissus Latifolia (tree). 

9©oi— e°. 9. (9?»+q9. 01)—^ 1 a^aoi; Sq©i= 

Drurffiuta 1 Certainty; sureness. 

(90SJ— a«?i^i) > 1 QiBffij ^[^asi — 

2. Tightness; firmness; hardness; 

toughness. 
§© ©**!—«. ©*. 4°. (9^Si 9© + OT£j)— e ISI9IQ 
Dxur^h% nischaya f ^|^ siS© — 1 . Confident; 
(9Q ©$QI — ^j1) certain; firm in one's conclu- 
(99 aiQ — siftfQp) sions or convictions. 

9 I 3 Q 39^ — 2. Of firm resolve, 
99©q-a. 9ti. 5 J . (9^5L9i 91+©1* SI9fQ)— 
Diunflhanishtha ^q g®. ggjaf 9id»fQQ <l«©q— 
(QQg>i3i —^1) Devoted to a work. 

9©©^®1— «• 9.— <W%©I— 

D t uc<jba nisht hata Devotedness. 

brupjba nishtha <jqi<§ ©q| Q) «^;8IKn<w 

jingle-hearted devotion to a work. 

99 giq— a. $.-(99SLfc 99+«iQ> si9iQ etfq ^« 

Dtnrdha mr ft Jaail9l06Q 99©l 90 ^<)— Q9«tf— 
(9©£T»— «9^) Cocoanut, 

§©a^— g°* ©. (^^§j 9?+a«)— 9? s'3 (wai) 

Diar^ha patra Dturjha kancja (See) 

Diutfjhapratijna g^tj 919 IQ SQil 91 9(9h 

(9© 99^ — ^1) «iai ^O »l§— !• F «th£ul to 

one's promise; determined; resolute; 

(9©g®^©l — 0) trne t0 oa0,s promise. 

2. True to one's words (person). 
§© 9^9 -«P- §. (^aij 99+g©^)— a*Q -8*9^— 
Diurjha pratiina Firm resolution; determination. 


99 gtyg 


( #rvr 


99 g»^ 


$© gOMq— a°. 9 <* m ( 9#ai 6 9^9; 9© + gstq )— 

DruisJha pratyaya 9$ 93J3 (G9g) 

Drur£ha biswasa (See) 

§© g6Q§— 3°. 9. (9§qi,§j 99+9Gq9)— qqqs— 

Diur^ha praroha Baniyan tree. 

§© 9<§— S°. 9,— A I QQfl%Sa 9SI 6910^91 — 

Diurc[ha baddba 1. Bound tightly. 

-M 3191 9© QjQSQ aQ G91Q 014 — 
2. Firmly grasped. 

(Qeii — 9999 q<£.i) 
$©9$9— a. 9\ (9&1. 99+939) -steisa] 9ie«eili 

Diurgha bandhana gggj* 9§Q 3 $9 9t§ — 

A tight bond. 

9<S.— 9191 ilgsi S91Q 9$l G9IQ at«— 

Firmly bound. 
§©9@9I — 9°. M* $—(9$^ 99+939 + 3,1. « )- 
Drurjjhabandhana 53191 *WI 9ft 91$ SIGQ— 
Wbicb can bind tigbtly; tenacious. 

9 — €WH TOI3 qsTfiftl — 

A kind of tenacious creeper. 

9© Q$Gl— sr. 9 (9ftii; 99+9$^)- 99 QW ( GQ3 ) 
Dyurjha bandkanl _ Diurffia bandbana ( See ) 

<g©Q$l— «. 961 ( QfflAji 99+9%9j— <. I 31919 9$ 

Drurghabarma 91 aoj9Qa W-Stg 9l-«€99i — 

1, Having a bard armour or coating. 

-> I ©3Q 9§0l9<3f QQQ 2699$! *W»— 
2. Of tougb bide; crustaceous. 

DruKJhabarmmi 999% r t ( C93 ) 

Diugjbabarmma (See) 

<§© 9<M- St°. M. (d^B; 99+WO)-GQQ QS199 

Dxuijha balkala 99»| <?9 9© — (tree) Having 

(999991— CI) nard bark - 

3°. 9 - * I W© ( g. €193199 )- 

1. Areca-nut tree, 
J I 9J$9 (£Q«)— 2. Lakucha (See) 

§©9I9m— «.9 C^tfaij 99+9191) — 359999; 89Q99 

Drunjha bakya Qai — Words or promise which 

(99W»lr — %1) will not change, 

9fl— 999i<33 ( G9« ) — Diurghabadi ( See ) 

<g©9i<fl— q*. o«. q.° (99+99 % ai%+9§^99 wi *9>- 

Diurjhabadl $g aefat 9efl& 99»9 §« 9I§— 

(9©9l i WH^fl) """. ' * Who' is true to bis word.' 


<g© 93,13— a. 9 (9^aii 99 + 9**13)— «q 9^is— 

Drur^ha^biswasa '; Firm faith; conviction 

• implicit confidence, 
©tf. 9f(9^@)— 3I9IQ ©fl.1* a»— Firm in 
(99§>«Mq|— $) conviction, 

f© 919 *.9tf (99^8599+31©)— 91919 TO 91 3& 
Drunjfoa bija $|$jeil; ©OQ Sl©q.$ — Having bard 

seeds. 

9«— t I (9«Tai) *lfl?t «? 1 - H ard seed - 
-> I (9§q,§) 9QQ9Pj 9QQ — 

2 The jujube tree. 

* I GtQfJI 98 — s * ^ ne Cassia Tora tree, 
v 1 QO| q^gl — 

4. The black Holy Basil. 

* I 9$Q ( GQ«i ) ( §. W^ieiQ ) — 

5. Babura ( See ) 

<§>© 691^—3. 9— 999*W (QQ») 

Diur^ha'bodha .Drutflta biswasa (See). 

§©§© — s. © ( Qtfai; 99 + 90 ) — v 1 ca^* 9Q 9! 
Diur4ha brata gg^i siSiQM— 1- Firm resolve or 

vow. 

5 I 2l2dQ9|£J — 2. Perseverance. 

* I 9GOIQ oei8qi£SQ — 

3. Inviolable penance. 
9*1. $? (9§§1§)-~ ^ I «a9«liq9S^— 
(9©9©l — aj) 1. Persevering. 

2. Strictly adhering to a vow. 

* I WQG$Q OidtaiaOCQ 9Q9g^ir<Sjj — 

3 Persistent; steady and firm in execut- 
ing an undertaking or carrying out a 

resotre or vowr 
■a- 1 3*939*$ — 4. Of fixed resolve. 

§©§®— 3- 9«l & (99SO+eig aaGQ Q9 Ifll. W.) — 
DTuajhabrati 995© (S9*5l) Diur^habrata (See). 

(9999^1— 41) 
9©ft§,— ^ 9 (9dai ; 991+99)— a^QQ^-- . 

Dyurjha bhakti Unflinching devotion; firm faith. 
9tf (9$£l9)— flWQ^SSf— Devoted. 

9© ^99—9°. © ( c$© aQ^^l )— €SQ # q°flii9iq siQi 

DTUpjha bhajaka wik^ qa 9qQS9 erfl 9@ 9S9 

9I§— ( Arithmetic ) A number which- 

divides another number without 

leaving any remainder. 


9$-$3 


( •Offi ) 


wa* 


-3. © ( 9<?ai> 904-^fl )— 
Drurgha bhumi £ | q8q ©9j %l<3 ail — 

1. Hard soil. 

> 1 gsjisisi^gq w% <3Qig 91 £q qqqiq 

?IQ*)|g — 2. The habit of concentrating 

one's attention during Joga exercise, 

. [ Q— «9! SlaQ QQ9! 9<«^Q qo 8000Q 

$<s 6 <i a©si gig C9GR dig isSqcit ©e<3— 

Diurjjba mushti <JQg9GQ ?a9<S> 91 Q9IC9IQ99I 

gpl — 1. Tight fist, 

> I ( 9§qi j § ) g°i^i «s>— 

2. Hilted weapon. 
9^— £ ] GJ3 $£>Q qOKj^ltfl Q€ieit<l — 

1. Tight-fisted. 

2. Miserly; close-fisted; niggardly. 

* 1 caqT • «hq%. awi ©as$ qoi^ $i«i ea?i 

QQ$IQ — 3. Hilted ^weapon); requiring 

to be held tightly. 

<g>© SO— 2. M ( <?$<3,§3 ?© + «> )— * I G0Q Q«Q 

Dturjha mula c.q ^9SQ 99%Ga 219$ ai< — 

1. (tree) With the root firmly rooted 

to the ground. 

2. (.tree) With hard roots. 

' 3, 9— ^ l©9«l ( §. €IP9|aQ ) — 
1. Cocoanat. 

2, A kind of aquatic grass. 

3, The Mutija grass, 

Diur4harang& 9g,i9R QCT QQ | §<!)— 

S?«€l ($. wqiQQ)— Alum. 

Diurfliaroma Dxurjhaloma (See;. 

(<$Qcqai 6 $©gqs— 2ia«i%a) 
9©€Q9— • *p. s» (Q^Si^+cq^)— a^fl (@. s >— 

Dturfoaroha : -■ . Parkatr 

§©€««!— W- W ( 9$§1§) W + GQttfc )— «MQ fl % 
Diur^aloma 99S GSWqSfc r *l«T^I 9l$a— 

Having tough or wiry hairs. 
9— flGQj 9q9; QIQ^I-^-Hog; pig; boar. 


$©9»— «r\9*«. q_° (Q§?L@> 99+TO)— 99TO|0(CQ*> 
Drunjhasandha Diurjhasandhana (See) 

q°. 9*— a«$jj|QrQ <9 3£>— 

The name of a son of Dhrutarash^ra- 

<§)© TOIO -0°. M» 9? (9$^ 99+WW>--gQ90»— • 
Diurjjha sandhan* Kesolute. 

<g©g§>— $°. 90. q? (9^8; 99+w)^^°Wi 99%sa 

Drurjjhasandhi 9$q. <J©qfia ggs>— 

Compact; strongly knit; closely 

joined. 

$©q3«i— a°. © (99+*$ +$+**)— swpi (to*)— 

Drurxjhasutrika Murba (See) 

9© W— «l°. M (9^8; W + WHaKKQ Gmi^J— 
Dxuijha skandha Tough -shouldered* 

1, Euphorbia Pilulifera ( tree ). 

J I 9$««/Q ( GQ«» )— 
2. Pindakbarjjura ( See ) 

§© ®g,— a. 9«. i» (9§^gj- get +99)— gsq 9^ 

Drurjha hasta 9Q2fl§ cs^q^ <J?^ea dQEJlGQ — 

(^9931-^1) (a person) Holding weapons with 

^S'S'gOt-^) a tight grip, 

S°. ©. — yQQJiQr <WM — Name of a son of 

Dhrutarashtra. 
§6lfir— a*. © (Q^aij 9©+acr)— ^ i q^o 6 ?%g^ 

Drur^anga <Q- 9%Sf^aQ|Q — 1. Strong and 

hardy constitution. 

j I (9§5l@) <$$Q; ^q— 2. Diamond (the 

hardest of all substances). 

* I «fl$Q (^. «Qg|CIQ)j a^3U}omineeed, 

99ICT1 7 -I *S . ( Q§%Q ).— <5QSI£[ — Hardy; 

gaififl J firm-bodied; having thick-set 

limbs. 

9©Kj^i— s. §<a (Q^SL^i 99+a$*)— siWlQ ^ 
Drar<[hayudha eiQ€l£j <^q — Having a strong and 

invincible weapon. 
<?— <. 1 caatStj 9»ig ; WI&QQ— 1, God Siba. 
J I ^©qjt* -393J?— 2 Name of a' son of 

Dhrutarashtra 

9914 - < $$SL§> W + a ^> ) ~ 9^'l a (W«) 

Drapgiastra Diar^hayudha (See) 

9©ig 9 - «r. ©«. q?( sop asi^i ) (9^83 99 f 

Diurijhasthika og + 9) - ^© a^qg (919) - 
(991991— ^,1) Having hard bones; bony; osaeous. 


*$* 


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( anr*© ) 


93. 


Druta 


Druwjhlkarana ^ i Slil^jl^ Sl^Jfi $&$l- 

Diur^hikarana 1- Making stronger strengthening. 

y I «l&©1 TO« - 2 - Making firm. L 

biuKJhikruta <JQ Q$9[Q 3© ; 90«iq«- 

(9©lQ©l— *l) Made firm i strengthened. 

Diur^hibbuta 9© GGIQaS— !*. Tightened; made 

<9©1§p-Q) firnl or fa8t J fastened. 

^ t aV3»t fclflp QIQ* 3W-2, Hardened. 

9G©&1 - *•• ^ (9-^1* 99 + Q&0 " ^ ftt?Q Q§1 " 
Diunjhechchha Strong desire; a firm resolution, 

9©-s°. q^i — (9/ ai^L+stf. ©)-^i ^9®~ 
D Itl ta 1. Esteemed; loved; fondled. 

(<$s>l— %1) * 1 9ftl©0" 2 - Honoured; respected. 

Cumin seed, 

t I ©fl^lQ §!Q — 1- Bellows made of hide. 
9 1 oflj Q$Qi\ — 2 - Skin,- hide ; leather. 
» -1 Qi3 G9I9QIQ Ofl qsi; ei§ — 

3, A bag of leather to carry water. 
w I 9$ImWG€IS— 4. A kind of fish. 
* I Q%<% (g. €WWI«Q)— 5". Cloud. 
? I ON^a (5. SMICIQ)— 6. Dewlap 
9®QIQQ— a. ^-aQWMl a$— The leaf of Stephania 
Drutibaraka Hernandifolia. 

9©9Q--$r.9(9Q=atf+?. ai%+«4- Q)— S8 9— 
Drutihari ®°g. 

9©$iq— e-9 (<j©+8.aiSL+©4- a >— ^ ' 9©9ft(OTa) 

Diutibara 1. Drutihari (See). 

2. A vistee* one who carries water in 

a leathern bag. 

Djun-ph (root) To oppress. 

9«J$— «. (9^ ai^= SP C9QI + «ai9l€0 S* ) — 

Drun-bhu V | Qg— 1. Thunder, 

-2. The sun. 


5 ifflSr 


• I q©lj S?Q— 3. ^ing. 
v | sis— 4. Serpent; snake. 


*"l ©$— 5. Wheel. 

99 v (ai%)— «.— M«> CW1— 

Drup(root) ' * * To be proud. 

99—3.. M. g? (90 ai^+Q<§. .©■) — «. loa'qsjj 
Drupta WQO—1- Pride; arrogant. 

j i gj^©— 2. Impertent; rude. 

* I Q9; SQ§— 3. Wrathful; violent; fierce. 

* f <3>§S19j Sflf— 4 f Wicked, 

* I g^G©— 5> Blazing; fiery, 
9". $.— $$ — The God Bishnu, 

9g— 3. ©<a. g? «j0 v bi^_+Q<Si. q)— 9y (OT«0 

Diupra Diupta (See) 

( <jgi — «3 ) 

90- «. e«n (ijoai^— qo CWIjfflW QQQI+©)— 
Diubdha C 1 (Qsf. ©) g^Q — 1, Sewn; arranged 

in an orderly manner. 
> 1 ( +«<$• © )— ^1®— 2 ^ P«ghtened; 

afraid. 

Drubh(root) 1. To be frightened. 

-> I Q£G ^Q9I— 2. To sew through; to 

arrange systematically or serially. 

<§)# — «.■ q (90^ ai^= QlQff QftQI + «<i* $)— *o— 
Diumphu ^ ^ snake; serpent. 

Dt-is (root) To see. 

9«— tt. 9 (9a ai4+9 H Q) — ^ I 9&3 ^t^l (9- 3)— 
Drus ^ 1. Seeing. 

5 J 9^ — 2. Eye sight. 

<*> I Qtp; nq— 3. Eye. 

v 1 ^Q q°OlSI ( §. awidQ ) — 

4. The number two. 
* I a© (& €103|€I€|)— 5. Knowledge, 

<j€j| J * 1. Showing* 

J I G«fi9WI<31 («• «MWQ)— 2 - Seeing. 

W9$u ^9«* 019Q)— («q9Q) ^i ^^ 

0€l CQQI saiej^9l — Like; looking like; 

similar to. 


><J9 


( *r*t > 


9Qm 


^€1— («. 9a ai$) - GQ. &s— * i -9%— 

Diusa 1. Seen; found. 

J I 981 — 2. Visible. 

Drusad % | g£j,Q$ QZlQj Sfil — 1. Stone. 

2. An extensive slab of stone; a rock. 
m [ go 3. A flat stone to grind on. 

4. A pavement or surface of stone. 

Drusadbati §)~V I 8fl&l9$9 Q^JP SliSIGQ $S© 

l^aQsi— «©i%a) mote Q$©$ miw««— 

1. Name of an ancient river said to 
flow by the eastern boundary of Nor- 
thern India- 

[q— qaosi «qQ era q^^es «© i srw«» 
sq<Sq1 6 cwsi <j€W»o1 QQ flag aw^L«i*i9^ 

-> I $di— 2. Goddess Durga. 
3 t .N*ame of a wife of sage Biswamitra, 
* v " Stony; rocky, 

Eiusare At the first sight. 

t^ 5rtcs s§> qs ®ca «€« 9^aeQ ^sq Qsfl easo i 

9«l— a. t. *J. "( 9e aiqL+WM- « + tfl * >— 

DtusS OS— The eye. 

^ aai— ftjai, ai^ai ) — 

(asp) Q€l GQfll QlftaOlj 3991— 
Looking like; similar to. 

DrusSkamksha Qfl6$£Kj(-ft. aOTIdQ )— 
(9«|QI&fl — affi%Q) Lotus. 


Dxusatia ^ l gftl€l 5 *l«| -1. GHafrww 

j 1 «h§. «©)' s>cq©Q e§«w 1 ft. sotmq )— 

2, The demon Biroohana. 

* I SBG^j *L% ( 9- as?9iaQ )— 3. Preceptor. 
v 1 Q|M — 4,'Brahmana. 

* ! gaiaiaQ qei ( @^ apgiQQ )— 

5. A king who protects his subjects. 

<j$—a t v. ( <ja ai^+^Qa. ^ )— 
Diusi « 1 ©38— 1. The eye. 
( ^1_«g^ a ) % |(Q*.Q)€IW-2. A book 001^ 
taining. religious precepts; scripture. 

* 1 (+qo>- Q) 9^ ( &• ^^^1^^ )— 

3. Eyesight. 

* I geia ( @. a^iClQ )— 4. Manifestation. 
+ 1 €©©» qj^a ( g. assiiaQ ) — 

5. Sentient being. 

§€#— OT. $ • W— 9SI6Q ( Wfl ) 

D lU s e Drusare ( See ) 

Drusya ^ | wq9IQ ©alai— 1 - ^ r ° rth seein S- - 

(wjai— 9 ago) ? 1 Qa<aq5 ai«i ©WiaiQ QISQ— 

2. Visible; perceptible. 

3. Beautiful; pleasing to the eye. 
""* I gyia^ — *• Manifest; apparent. 

* l"e»q ( ft. €»«HOQ)— 5 - "Endwable. 
. ^ ^ 1 Qooiq 3£"" 1 " A ttiD ^ worth seeing. 

6 BK?0q-2. A landscape; scenepy, 
« I WSKJ a^ * ^^S"" 8 " A scene * 

4. A sight; a spectacle. 

5. A phenomenon; a prospect. 

(8« a)— 6. (philosophy) The material world 

perceptible to the eye. 

9 \ (ate) €97^9 Q^ 91 »WI 91 q«— 
7. (mathematics) A given number; a 

known quantity. 


<$w to* 


»r#j ) 


W%- 


QIGQ (Ml 9€1m©IQh) - 8. (a drama) Which 
can be shown to spectators by acting. 

cttelQOTiQ - 9. A show; matters 
exhibited to attract people. 
**• I gQefa-10. An exhibition. 
^q # ^ — 3$ $ — Front; presence. 

Dtusyakabya Q|£jQ Q|i|Q|?9iq a WO 919^9639, 
g§GQ atfsiG^ acw n§ gig aGQI3S>- 
^^ 919 9$ *QQq QQS)— 
1. A pantomine; a drama chiefly repre- 
sentative in character; a drama acted 
by dumb show or gestures without 

speaking. 

[q— <9i qge <J9 $aqas» gqqgq 9$©aj o§ 
gyq G:5Q <J9S$IQ <J9i 9i9i aes 1 ] 
9 1 Q|»— 2. Drama. 

Drusyata 219^1 — Visibleness; visibility. 

(<2Sh$— ««H%Q) 

9«N£I$— *. 9— QCTflWr 0091* G3Q*" OWQ «Wq 

Dpusyapata ^Slft ©$ © . 6910314— A scene; 

a canvass which depicts the scenes of a 
drama on the stage^ 

9€WU©-S.'W. ^\ «ISL+^ *>>— 
Dxusyamana ^ I 3191 CQ«I 9IQ »©— 

J . Under view; being seen; manifest to 

one's view; visible. 

> I %<PQ; «IWIQ5l— 2. Charming. 

Q«fl G90I— GQ. §—*. I GQ«l99l— 

Drusyaheba 1. To be seen; to appear. 

■> I Oft «GQ Qa£ © G99I — 

2. To appear before a person. 

* 1 wi a§$iq M a 9^i— 

3. To be known with the help of the 

imagination. 

w: §— <$§ s^ Qisfrw 91 s«ia C99I wgi— 

Ability to see; keenness of eyesight, 
■ (ssa— «l«SI6Srf v Q-QJ C9Q GflISS) qas G9Q 


Diusyadxusya '3191 G9TOK 6 SJI9I G9«l| © 9»-<— 
(things) Visible and invisible. 

Dtushad Diusad (See) 

gSIQGl — 3. 9* <$ 0*4. il— 93QSI (G9«) 
Diushadbati Diusadbati (See) 

9^— e». 9^. (9« ai^+otf. ©) — 

Dtushta t I 9191 W«|.aiQ«Si 2I9GQ9©; qis>^ 
(Q«ll — ^|) 1. Seen; observed. 

> I S©H9i GQI©$— 2. Perceived by the senses^ 
m 1 juq _3, Known; apparent, 

* I G$99 — 4. Ordinary? popular, 
© — <, 1 (+99 '«) QfiP— !• Sight. 

J I ^|Q— 2. Knowledge. 

* I (qpflh Q«fe) QO^Q gflld — 

3. (Samkhya plilosophy) Direct proof. 

91. 9 «. (a°. <?%)— 9a (69«) 

Dushta (See) 

§^ -«. 9*.--«. I H6909) (§. a«l«Q)— 
Drushtaku^a 1. Riddle. 

* I 89<^ (ft- «^«WQ) 

2. Double entendre. 

DTuah^a piushtha 6<a OTja^. 9d €9«IQ a^lQ 

1. Fugitive; runaway; one who shows his 
back to the enemy in the battle field. 
> I ^O W!9 — 2* Cowardly. 
<g^Q|Q— 51°. 9 . ( 51. 3. M. 9%+9l^ )— 699® S£>i9 

Drush^abada 9 aq% ^ ,Q ^ Wl ^'®W 9^1^^ 

The philosophical theory of admitting 

those matters only which are 

perceived by the senses. 

<§>%QQI8— SP. 9*«. ti. ( 9§?Jg> <?%+Q9« ) — 

Drushtarajah QQ^Qt; GOQ 91©9IQ ^ £I19G9GI§[— 

(«9%Q»»— ^Q^© 1 l Arrived at puberty; 

menstruated (girl). 

f I Q939S1 — 2. Just arrived at maturity 

(girl). 

-Drushtanta a^^Q Slt^Q GQWS J3§.GQ) — 
I I ft?jpi — 1. Model; pattern. 


9*%'$ cw' 


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9% «w 


-> I QQa'Q; - Q919Q3— 2 - An example; 

illustration^ instance. 
• I $Opl; Q ag l— 3 - Comparision. 

4. Enumeration; mention. 

5. An object of comparision. 
§ | (8BQ1Q 4111,) aQSQ ^Qutfwq] ^Q QgQ 

2. A simile (rhetorical figure). 

asas, aior **9|Q qq ; cqoiqo $q gs?q 939 Q$<g i 
[g— giaiQ^i a#9lQ$ qq ^£| bkiiqqs Q^a- 

gsoigq 9<%iq sjqqiq §4 1 qoflS). aaoriQ 
SQCf 41 1] 

S> I S1Q Pal — 7. A book of moral lessons; 

parable, 

r l q^— 8. Death. 

ti. I Oft — 9 Scripture. 

JDrushtSnta deba To exemplify; to illustrate. 

9*1^0—91- «. («. 9*9)— 9*9 (C9«) 

Diushtantara Diushtanta (See) 

<j>%l£i— a. q. ftrcfai, 91+ aa)— v i Qainq Qg— 

Drushtartha 1. An object of sight. 

y I SflWGQ flfijjh GSJCI 9Q9I 9§ — 
2. An object of one's enjoyment in the 

present life. 

W. <9§?1g)— * I ©3$ W 91 9l9iQ «e 

Q$l£liQ 2IK — 1- ( a word or sentence) Of 

which the meaning has been compre- 
hended, 

(a^ief— $>a3l©) > i <ao. -era ai9i fl$« Q€$ 

291QGQ ftQI G«fel8 £)©sg Qg Q| Q<3^Q 
GOia§< (S. €1Q$|€IQ)— 2. (a word ) The 
meaning of which can be comprehended 
by thinking of something seen or 
directly perceived by the senses. 

CCHW < <W G9ia ©SJ^egWip ©Q9, s|qm> 
qq ^toa G©I«a§ osypoia 9gQ gqi* s>g$ 01$ 


Diushtarthabada QgaiQ g$© 3G% GQI& ©G«fo 

9Q9h- The theory of the reality of 

what is cognisable by the senses, 
<g>^— a. s. (9a, -ai^+QQa Qj— ^ I Q€j8 — 

Drushti I. Eye. 

y I G^SfalQ 9^—2.' Bye-sight. 

* I ( + q9. Q) aQGQOTj 9&— 3. Seeing; 

observation; looking; beholding. 

* I Wl; 51QfflS3ia — 4. Attention. 

* I §§|Q — '5. Knowledge; notice. 
9 1 SIS 1 '— 6. Aim. 

9 \ 99m S»gQJ3 — 7. A scene; a prospect; a* 

sight; a view, 
r i a3 a©IQOI— 8. Glance. 

€Q. «>— «- 1 aQ ©9G$ sietsgo e^Tsia flii^ qi 

vflt; ftlJ sign 5Q1GQ SQfija 9<C; fliQ^S^ 9© 

gfe 39S 9^ ^- 1 • The casting of a longing 

and sinister glance on some food or 

other article intended for another. 

9*^i 9I9I§M" 9§ — 2 - Tne casting of 
sinister eye by a witch on delicate 

infants. 

O GQfi> ^l" QSJ 01% 

[ Q— 491 Gflif< €Qf«« QW G3 9191^11 A- 

Qi9i^toi€Q a©i 9^^ aicT aoca© ea^ siiQ^eQ 
esifija 9§ a^i§ 6 eg «iqi g^i^ G3 «tN oi?iq 

SQ% SIG« I OI9l«l«liro »qfl« flqflKW Q9GQ 
9% QQIQQQ G9«IG^ 9Q G9IQ "flft 9ia§ I 9IWl 

^9% » *9% . W9i €*©9%, wilT* 9 a '9^r 
«Q9^> 30939^ qq^iq 1 ] 

DiushtiS QiQidj QI9kd9 6(3^9^ 3^91 ©atf 
0191 P^IQ C9IQ9KI; ai§9^^— (food) 
Turned bad or unpalatable owing to 
having been looked on by sinister eyes* 

Dtushti kariba i. To see; to look at. 

(9^ GOT1 -S^H%a) > \ €9fal8 9§ gQ flG^l©3i^ 

^^1 Qft9lj Q»Q S99I— 2. To 

gfe^^IT ' ' attend to; ^to have an eye 


to* 


<$* 


^%'9iO 


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9«p Q«Q 


» I Wl«8 3^91 WQi SQ 3109^ a9|Q9l— 

S. To cast an evil eye upon (a food or 

an infant), 
v I qQOgq. n ® ?QQ9|— 
4. To cast one's look around. 

^Qio-e. o. (®wj>Q q«q aaqsi) -G9$ $$*%% 91 

Dzush$ kScha Q^qsj Q|© flSii GQQ G9&6R 
999g ©SSGQ 91 ©QS9$1 9g 9QG9* «^| 

SlWg ^9 91 99 9g qiQ G91Q W«iai«~ 

Lens. 

ess— a. 9— <2«jT0i© (G9«) 

Drushti kshepa Brush^i pata (See) 

i eaiOQ— a. 9<S- ($><|1 ©9; 9^ + CSIIOQ) — 
Drushti gochara «. j Q£jQGa|©Q ; ®$<$\q GQ3ISI3 
^Ql — I. Seen by the eyes; coming to 

view, 

> 1 n@q\q TOi CQ*i shqqigq— 

2. Perceptible to the eye; within the range 

of one's vision; visible 

:$, Which has come to one's notice. 

«j»|Q>IQ— 3. 9- ( 9$ ©© a%<8; 9lf+W )— 
Drushti dana ""< 1 q&>. G9$9I; OOQ 391Q91— 
1. Seeing; casting one's glance. 

^ owjaV gsrlo 1 

<$% GQQI— G9. -9 — V I G9§9I— 

Drushti deba 1. To see. 

$1 CW«« / 1 G9fel§ ^ 39 SGQIGSICI G99|— 

gfij ^sff 2. To give one's attention to 

something, 

3 i 6$?tf§ 9*<^Q ©l*TOia 91 2flQQtfl^9Q9l- 

3. To watch the movements or oonduct 

of a person. 

*w I G9ta§ 9^ 39 OT9I SJffQ9 Q$9I— 

4. To look upon a perton with favour. 
* 1 GQfel§ 9<*^Q 91 9<a^Q 3$ GG9I— 

5. To take care of a person or thing. 
<§>% ©GOO— «'. 9,-9^31© ( €9<5t ) 

Df ush$i nikshepa Drushti pata ( See ) 

<$% $QKG9)QQ\~ G9. •£—<?% 9$9I ( GQ« ) 
Drushti paka(ke)ibfi Drushti kariba ( See ) 

<$% gei— a, 9" . ( i>$ ©% 9^ +oei )— 

Drushti patha wm<% <$$ ea$ a&$ EJ9G* — 
Ken; range of one's vision. 


<$% qio— a. 9*. ( *m|1 00; 9<% +ai© )— 

Drushti pata ^ I G<?§9I; Sliq a©lQ9l— 

(9lT Ml©— *$iq.a) 1- A l°° k ; looking. 

/ I €jj9l«il— 2. A glance. 
<$% S@QI— GO. 9 — 9^ GCI|©9 G99I — 

Drushti pardiba Coming tq one's view or notice. 

§§ aeii^©— a. 9<s. ( ^1 ©© ; 95ft ©% 9%Q aaeQ 

Drushti patharQnjha a%jE> ) — 9% GSIIQ9 (G9«) 

Drushti gochara ( See ) 

§§9© — a. 9«s, ( *sji ©©^ <j^ + e©=aQ5) ) — 

Dxughti pata ^ | ©GS» CQ&9I ^IQ 1©— 

1. Known by personal observation. 

^ I G9fa§ 9m^Q 22§ Q99I ?IQ QMl9« — 

2.. Hallowed by being looked at by some 

person. 

* I 60891^99**— 

3. Pure in the eyes of a person. 

4. Whose sight makes one pure* 

<$% £TS>— a. 9 . < ^1 ©% 91? +» ) — 

Drushti phala (et^o GOhIQ^) QtS^GQ <I9 qSGQ 

£1^91 G9% «!§!© STffl— 
(Astrology) The result of a zodiacal sign 
seeing another, in a person's horoscope. 

§|Q®— 3. 9. ( 9i\ ©©J 9*% +9<9 ) — 

Drushti bandh a t \ 63Q ^0^91^9 «£sjl 9IQ G^I«? 

(§<^9^ff— «Qi%q) 9^9 91 Q}99 9^G9 gfl QQ$ m 

1. A magical appliance which brings 

illusion to one's vision. 
> I 9§Q39~2. Sleight of hand. 

<^Q©— a. 9 (9^g; 9§j+9<5j)-«!G9<»l© 

Drushti bandhu ( @. si^IQQ ) — Fire fly. 

<§§ QJQ— 3. 9*— q^ia919( €QGI ) _ 

Drushti bada D^ushtartha bada( See ) 

<$ QGQQ— a. 9 . ( ^<1 ©©J 9^+9G9a )— ; 

Drushti bikshepa <. I 9W q9l9; GftpQfiflj 9*IS- 
Q|© — 1. A leer; a side glance. 

-> I «Gtf G©G« a^ ^QQ9I — 

2. Moving the eyes about. 

* I «8^ Q9IQ9J — 3. Casting of one's eyes. 

q% 9@N-a. 9. iaieiqS© as>; aoee ac^ia ) — 

Drushti bijSana GSQMO ^1^1 '9%' 3^ 6 2«GQ9 
«H,«flq •«* Q9 ^<l; BBGQ9 Qla— 
Optics; the science of light. 


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Diushti bisha £gQSft; j;ai<9(Q 9TOGQ $ <3 OW — 
Having ajvenomous glance. 
9 — <1Q gQ|Q qg — A kind of serpent whose 

look is said to be fatal. 

[g — < qieiq 9^ tfgsiq era q^ioq wgq i] 

•§f€Q H©QI— to. ^— t l nS aeiGQ S99QI- 
Diusbtire asiba l.|To come to sight. 

<£lfc* ^TiTl J | Q93HQ9I — 2. To be seen. 

gfefc snsTT * I 0©Q S>glQa|©£Q QQQl— 

3. To be under one's care. 

4, To come under one's notice. 

<£§ qQqi— GO. .©— t I TOQ oqw— 

Diushti rakhiba 1 . To keep an eye upon. 
$£ 3N1 ) | ©§ 9i Qg GTO| — 

gfe *?95iT 2, To take care of, 

*» I *H<W|© GWi— 
3, To be careful about. 

^ GQU— «r\ tf. ( ?.%1 o© ; 9$ +Gqa )— 

Diushfirodha t | g^ a ^gQ 5>lai— 

1. Obstruction to one's eyesight. 

J I G«fa§ Qa^ Qg.Q 6 ©» siSq sag ais>GQ 
GSta§ aQGga© 9§ qqqi eaiq; Qefosj 

2. Obstruction to one's vision due to a 
thing intervening between the thing 

and one's eyes. 
m | Q«,9a|Q— 3 # Interposition; intervention, 
v | qqqi_ 4. Screen. 

" «§— a. §.— 99^ "(w«) 

Drushtisakti Diiik-sakti (See) 

§61 — TO. 4?. M. — (OT»I% snaps GMIGQ 8K?«J0)-- 
Dxushte i.r(«qj» Wil g§>) 9%" TOQ;'48'<atalGQ 
1. In view of; in these circumstances. 
* I (a«p) GiSlCi SlQ3%— 2. In considera- 
tion of; on account of. 
GO — 69. ©. (3. GW)— Qflflq €^ (oi^l SQQ) SM? 
Ee -QQfclWaS— Family-title of some SQdras in 
0* Bengal. 

^ TO. $\— (91 ai% ->q,9%<S f t .9QS>, aw»ea; 
*ft« QGft) ^21— (Thou) Do give (Imperative). 


TOa— TO/(fllCfo) $—{<% «SL«Gp J<q 9§? «W5>Q 
Dea *Qa J Q ©«^%a)— W (TOfl) • 

• Dia (See) 

cqs qiq a$<? e^'flw 1 9W>1» goto* 1 
G$as— to. (sicto) 4?. Wi. ai^'ao^a >q .q%a s>aQ 

De-asi giolo qg) — Q3 (GQ«) 
{Q3§— dta^q) Dia (See) 

afllq aaa sw Gsag" gw si t 

GQQ— GQ. a*(a. 9iq>— 1 1 9iq — 

Dei 1. By. 

*I?T^ » I (aqQfllO) 9IGt— 2. Via. 

fl3 Qlft 90C« GP1SQ S9 019 €9Q 1 

9091, Wfl qfliqfl 1 

GQO 20991— TO. «*.— GOfcffi OQia^ flM99% eQQ 

Dei asiba GQ?^1§ ^T^% TOQ GSO!^ GCTd «l99l — 

f^^ ^t*r| To return after giving a thing to a 

^ WOT person who is at some distance 

from the sender. 
€QQ 6TOI— G*9. 5.— G9?^5 QQld^ esfa? 9*i^% 
Dei deba ©QSIsjl QGQ G*<?QI — To give a thing 
fif<3 C«TS5l absolutely; to give away. 

€QQa§1 — to. ©. (a. TO9+alo)— w^w ai^^ioj^ 

Dei pindi ^g|qj G$I«GQ TOI*< fll? ^f>G9 3919^1^ 

©5& G9IQ a^i flits* G«Nt< f^ S^~ 
A small earthen mound containing 
Mahaprasad and erected in the north- 
east corner of a Sudra's kitchen. 
[%— 6$SIGQ ajJplGQ G9?liG»^ QIQSISIQ ^€Ji« 
G»I«GQ GCIIM <3^GQ QS1Q MQtaQr- WlflTO q.QQ 
G9 q^% GQIQ ©# QQGQ TOIM fl|«Q S Q ©flfl- 

06)^ 1 g^jo 919CQ aio G9QI a<a gaG^ <ogq 

g«a© G9IQ QGQ Sa)£iN l] 

TO§— G9. €>. %l (*. G9«)— < 19^^ 6 99«l <3QQ 

Dei q^9j ^1 ^ $G*|q|ff<JQ G>I9 QGQ q^ Q9W- 

Cf^t A title added to the names of wives and 

?$ girls in Kshatriya and Karana families 

of Orissa. 
^ 1-WGWI — 2. Daughter. 
* 1 WITOtife 9^)1—3. A Ranee. 


€96$ 


( * r ** ) 


€QQ€» 


* \ QQWQQfy q©S»Qil— 4. A Baja's 

daughter. 

* | Qgjdl— 5. Sister. 

G QQ— W. $ (*< W)-V 1 309?-— 1- Prince. 

Deu -M q_9q©-2. Crown-prince; heir , 

cm; & apparent. 

«t-qW 6 qWiWl««i *G«U»— Interjection 

used in addressing Rajas and princes. 

GQQBfiff ( Wfi^H-OT^iO CtffllQ (G9$) 

Deuan (etc) Dewan etc (See) 
€Q^20<a (QCNO)— GQtlfll Q9iH> (CT«) 

Deuanl (etc) Dewani etc (See) 

Deual (etc) Dewal etc (See) 

€Q^aiSl (QWIQ— GQ9I& Q**HQ (W*) 

Deuali(etc) Dewali etc (See) 

GQ ^0!«1— SQ. 9— ( €99+Q$|aa ) — 

De uthana *. I Q||Q <JQIQ€l1 (CQ3) 

1. Utthana ekadasl (See). 

2. Utthapana chaturddasi (See). 
£<$<S®® -flIW (?9S?) 9-qSI**— An enchanter; a 
Deunia person who is versed in the employ- 
ment of charms, 

Q®m— W- «— W$* (GQS)— Dehuri (See) 
Daarl cqqq csa ssq 6 oiWte q?> ^ i 

asia caw* am a . ao9& ' 

GQ^«\— 3159 (QJQ) 9— €QQ» (OT«) 
Deul Deula (See) 

G9<$Q— CQ. 9 ( «. G99l©Sfc CWqQ )— GW 3©Qj 
Deula c^r $m * GQWKJ" Tem P le ' 

w *^ saai — ^ \ «9qs~- <rai flwfc? W* 69QQ i 
, , § Qa _ <9l ^« eioq i « ia*Qa— «9t s?^ 

«9i «3 eifflS i sw^t- a,olQ 39 ft ' 

^ i qs q, • I aaai 9t mw, * i €9«i, * Qiaos, 
$ i 9«, ? I qfciaia, r i aoa W, « « ew aw, 
*• i $ aq eoi, ** i qvq 9og1, «*> » 9*«> 

v I zq£, * l Q9I9IQ I "G9$«Q ©* QIQ* < s$ei 
«€JQ G^^Cfil QQQ^ SW^ I 


* I €9QQ% q^jfiao S»q (9©q) Omi^j i 

^ I €Q^» 60ICOQGQ Old- QG9, «>QGQ 9I§SQ 
OTG^ 9l«lT as© I 

* I m QQ CQQQ S09l Q^iq I 

6QQQ QQfil— CQ. 9 — €QQQQ Qlds 6 §?1!9E19 ^91 
DeuU karana Q^q^-^A.n officerwho looks 

after the affairs of a temple, especially 

its accounts. 

qgi9^. aisfa Q§^ I ] 

GQ€l«€Q — 3IGQ (€l9)S>IO) Q <ow)— aoafo Q^I^Q 

Daulajhara ajjq^ 51^ 5llQQt <^QQQ ^91 G«I!?<1 

©S Q^^l""^ nofc s P r ' n g 2 miles off to 
the west of the capital of the Athmallickr 

State of Orissa. 

<iG9 c^t ©qet^ eai?< ^€asi!QQ fl^^a «»§«> 

G9Q?»S I ] ^ ■ 1 

SQQfiQISW)^ — W, 9—^ I €$fa§ €19© Q^R 9! 
Deula bachh(sa)nda qfl|©OjO 91 ^laqal 9^^ 9k 
( GQQ»TOI— «©n%a ) G^Q^GOtel^ fl§>QQ 9|[- 

QQQ) aCQfli GQ9Q«foia ^SiSi fl2J^ 391- 

9IQ* 21^9—1- An order of the authorities 

of a temple passed on an of ending or 

ostracised person or sebaka forbidding or 

restraining his entry into the temple. 

9Q91% ^G^a 9Q91Q QW G^9I 9!S(q)Q I ] 
6Q$fl6€1lU-69* 9. («. Q99%Q+G€»a9)— qal ^Q 
Deula sodha qS^j Wte 9€t*© ^a^9GQ 91 aQW- 
qQGQ Ol^QQ ^QGCt^GQ G9QQ 9Q 

G9QI% Qag €Q© 9I9IQ89I— 

Clearing a temple of all persons on 
the occasion of the visit of disting- 
uished guests and females or after 
the close of the day's rituals. 

GQQSSO— W. <fo. («• GWI^)— <> I QQQ® QQ «8^9- 
DeuliS 9§^ QS» 6 Wiea— 1. Having the 
C^Wl shape of a temple; gradually tapering 

to a point like a temple,. 

y I €9^ft «nv»1q— 

2. Pertaining to a temple. 





Q§> 



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m 


G9^«GQ 699ajEM 39 VQ SH9SI WI9 

$?Q^9I (9«i£i) — $• Earning livelihood 

by rendering servioe in a temple. 

fatnl; f^TTfom * | 690919; G99I£2J; 0$ %S9\Q 

%## — 4. Insolvent. 
* I 69Q9GQ 913 9^91 — 
5. Lining in temples. 

(aa— CQQoa aiq) 

9— 1 I G99ig£jQ G999 — 
1. Servant of a temple. 

? i <sr. ew») afii» «9 eiaq 9^9 SHj«i 

OIQQ a ©l9i^J — 2- A class of inferior 

Brahmanas serving as- Pandas in 

temples. 

[<$— 4SHTO «g©«3!£j SGflttlq 9^61 I G99G99| 

<wgsQ gy|Q gtf 1 a§l, W, a ©ig 5i§<aaiGg 
<raiw sgct og gtsiq i ^ai^. awra] 

9IG9 (9IGGW) « — gs& sioai— 

Small water-jug. 

G9€&£>ai 6IQI— giGQ ($3IS$L9) 9— C9€*9 2H9IQ9 «9I- 
Deulia gad* Temple-shaped heap. 

(9G$>Q 991 — 9030) 

GQftdQ 9IQ— G9. © — G9$ aiqgiGQ GQ$aQ G«ia 
Deulia par$ fl|QqrG9 91 €1©SQ 9*1 90. OW^ — 
(G9Q<& ai$— a9«i%a) Pigeons having their nests 

in the niches of a temple. 

gqqm H4— 69. 9— 09391Q QiciGerS]^ 4fa»^ as — 

Deulia sijhu A kind of cactus, Cerens Hexagonu 8 
CStffcl WTl; C^Ft&l %f N ; ftlWCWJp: (Haines) 

[g — <9| ^iqs^S^ oaoiq^ GQGTI 6 9^8 ) <19IQ 
99 QS> G9l§te» 91 # S$l <9 «9l9 941 aa* GSS I 
<19lQ ap oil 1] 
GQOSI (Q9hI9)— C9tf QOhIQ (G9<a)« 
De-ena (etc) Den etc (See) 

De-ena (etc) Dena etc (See) 

G3><q«t.~G9. 9 & 9<n— C98 (C9«) 

De-eni Deni (See) 

CQ<6Q®fiil — G9. 9« 6 9— (tf. 91 ai^)— 001391963 

De-edeunJ QQQ aft9 663991©^ G9fa9 «I9h 39ia 

(GQ<iG9$3a'-BQiq,a) agg9 <g^a 9aai«ijaciqQeg- 

Those to whom cakes are given gratis on 

festive occasions. 

giagft Q$ w<iwfi*fl1<i oca cas? co-qQ? 
siq «1§ a q sia^Kfl ©te q£t eg aq q\qv 

• W3. qia§a 9i$i 


GQ4RIIQ — 69. 9 — G9 319 (G9«) 
De-edhana De-dhana (See) 

GQ&— G99 (*.699) — S^q 6 qeWIWl QQIW«a- 

Deo Title amongst Rajas and Kshatriyas. 

eg^QQ — G9. 9 (9ifl)— si<S>l» gaqi a$og -9191 

Deoghara G99i9iaQr «^® 9CIQ — Deoghar, a. 

town in Santal Pergannas, the seat of 

the shrine Baba Baiclyanatha, 

GQdf -91. 9— ^QCai*— Both, 
Deoti ^Qqs« oiq €^6f ja^f qiq 

GQ^— G9. a (TOwqeTg)— v i gi9^ §:9aQ— 

Dekh 1. (Interjection) Take care; be careful.! 

cwfifo,; ^t (saai-G9« ! s^igq Gaaei gqi ggi^ 
^ (gq# — agqag %a) «g§i q sai<]— 

^ I G9 33IG9 GQg9l Qa^Q GQG9 ! G99, 
<9I G9G9 SQ^Q 91 9IWI9— :■ 

2. (Interjection); How funny | Lo ! 

Look ! Behold I 

* i Q^g gg i <gat^gj^%GQ ©cgggigg- 

3. (Interjection) Just see; think of the 

matter. 

€9. $—( G939I §^ig aga ^a**fl q%9 
c^ij ^t sgigqefg oggggsg ^ g^Gcr 9<«9$g 
«9lQ) (§) <^9l — (Thou) Do look. 
GgSjgGQ®— G9. «— G999I G9§ (€9«) 
Dekh-tadekhi Dekhiba dekhi (See) 

GQqgi— fflGQ wwgcsO ^ — G9^9i— 

Dakh-ba To see. 

GQfil^l -G9. 9 ( 3. 9« v ai%j Si. G9« ai% ) — €9^91^ 
DdkhanS 9^gCl9l — Seeing. 

GQei$ll$IQ— G9- ©— <> I 9TO— - 

Dekhanahari 1. Spectator. 

f?R?KT 5 f^TT: > | ai^| H9 GQ99I GQg— 

2, Sight-seer. 

A959I9IQT 03» 9Q 9flg COSflt^lQ ^QG9I« 0*JQ CQI90SO Qgi9e« f 

GQ€i^ — G9. 9— \ i ®g9ig ; 39«g ; <J% — 

Dekhanta 1/Cognisance; knowledge. 

( 381— Gfll G9«G)GQ 5f ag^l^ 9|& 9qQG99 
Qlfi I ) 

^ I Sigggigj ZQQ^ 2. Time; life-time. 


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( saai— *ra Qi8iQ G9«Q%«s mcq 8o*3* 

91$ I ) 
«<MI — 99; 9 W. 9^; gt. TO«. at$)— * i QflQ— 
Delete % 1. Seeing; look. 

CWI > I <5<^ — 2. Sight; view. 

%TO * | 3191991©$ qflOICj gQ M9Q 8095 G9%- 
2. Interview; visit; meeting of two 

persons. 

C960SJQ €^Q CQ«I Pl§* <3§ ! 

cagais ©§qq :s^> ^§— giols? qcrlo i 
v I qq£| — 4. Present. 

a^cqpB* •■«?««" vita* — o« i 

9*~ % i sa tog«; 9& - 

: 1. One who sees; seeing. 

9 I q% £1191 TOW3KI — ■" 
2. That which is seen; seen. 

£Q3K6«)Q 9Q9I— TO. $ — «. I QWjJlQ SflJIQQI — 
Dekha(khe)i kahiba 1. To illustrate; to support 

by citing similar oases 

^ * agSHS 91 acqeqecQ 9§Ql— 
2. To speak indirectly, 

« I ^9rG99*^3. ^Wft. ■- 

€Q€H(e«»0(— to. ^— v i (3. <$aat£ 3te 98«$)— 

DekbS(khe)iba G9$9I ■$ ^IQ $»$%S — 

C?*Tft 1- The oausative form of 'Dekhiba.' 

f^T*T, ^isfTSHT, f^renrr 9 I «IOi QH^q.TO^QlQ 

Wai 9qQ9i ; aQi 91$ eoqaiew QQ9Q9I— 

2. To enable another to see, to show; to 

cause another to see. 

3, To exhibit; to show in public. 

9Qi«w qa ©go, 

«ao r$ cqqi flco— eqolo i 

v | «QgjO €99*— '4. To be felt. 
(Q^l— GfllTO ©Q 9$hlG9f»^99 GQSIIQ& I ) 
* i £J9f9 9Q9I— 5. To publish. 

(sran-«Mi qqq ©9319 cod «dq QigGQ to*igi) 

$> f qqo 9§9i 5 §%9€t ft Q§ aeqs^QGQ 931 

9§9i 5 «39 'W^ Qftlfl G9Q «9<* s<a£[ 

9891; TO*!© - S31IQ 9§9»— 

6, To say any thing indirectly or by 

implication; to give a hint. 


. ft-To'fchow the; Way. '. 

( S3d|-T-G9l§l 89 TO3I9GR 9WHI9 QlS 319 
fi9 l) ...,;■-. 

r.|.OTQ€iQ9q as* 9«^ to§ QI99I 99 
©I9IQ 9% «GQ Qaai§© 9991— 
8. To exhibit one's body before another. 
{ aai— £ ,a£fta €9€9'9i$9$ Wis G99 

TO«IQ G9Q %9 G9IQ 3a §3 I ) 

<i | C99i Ql 9|^Q aqoi 9Q9I aicf G99Q 

G9ta§ acrq), ©I9W ©9&G9 Qagi§9 

9Q9I — 9. To let ( one's body ) to be 
examined by a doctor. 
( S35JI — 3$ 9QQS? 91® Ql $9 TOfllQGI I ) 

io i tohq g$ «gq $agi8Q 9qqi— 

10. To place before another. 
(Ml — 691910 GSI6© ai« Q99IQ «H TOfllQQ l) 
*<. I ciisiiognid ^iq gqiSo 9€W>I— 

11. To prove by visible or direct evidence 
GQ>eil(GGl)Q €i<3ll(G<3!)Q 9991— CQ. $— <J9 QGQ€<i%. 
Dekha(khe)i sikha(khe)i kahiba Qg^ gQ siQ«tQ 

981 QgQI; TOltfS 9i$Q 915^9 y© ZQ* 
S99IGQ G9g 9H^q, ta^M 9Q9I— 
To attack or rebuke a person indirect- 
ly or by implication without men- 
tioning his name. 
GQSIIvGSDQ G99I— TO. ■£— ©9Q 9l9i$Q, Q^QsSh, 
Dekha(khe)i heba aq^g^ §q$ &q $& q^ 

G33Q G9^G9 G3§3Q 9IS31 9QQI— 

To act with a view to show off one's 

excellence; to give one's self airs. 

< aai— §_gsi erciGQ ^99 a^i G9G9 G9«fiQ 
9Q8 si !)"■"■ ' 
69£iJ Q€J9I— TO. ■@ , — ^191©^ 9§9I — 

Dekha kariba To meet another; to pay a visit 
CW*(1^?rl to; to pay one's respects to. 

f^ns^aar (aai— qoi^mto 9?>8ff toq G9«ti 

" 9« I ) 

€Q«I q$- G9. 0. ( <9IQ9 ^999 €19 )— 
Dekha chihSB ' " e I G9«l 9TO-( G93 ) 
(GQSl^9l^aQMqg) 1. DekhS darisana ( See ) 
c^ri tfflsrl 5 I 9^ G99I— 2 A Care-taking- 
Jt'4#k|l9 9 ( qat— 9OTSCQ fl§)?ll9<J TOS! ^i 
^«*W 9Q9I^G9g ^99 9 QgGSl §9|q|G9 

,Q^9 snei§ I ) 


€9«l <HK? 


( •*"** ) 


owm 


3. Observation; seeing minutely. 

v I a^SI 9Q9I — *• Examining. - 

* I SftQ SIIQQ Q©^ Q&QI— 
5* Looking after a property. 

(aai— q* qgqsgq siqgqg® G9i ©§qi$$L gq«i 

•GQ3I Qfifo— W. 9 («P& 5190S})-^ I Oofa* €Q * ( 
Dekha darsana 8©9I — 1 . Sight . 

cwtMffc (aai— ea otto a^QS «g©G9» ai<f 

f^TTO 9QQI$1<TO G$W€1£> 0$ I > 

(GQ5II 919!©— «9l%a) ? t SISITOIQ— 

2. Interview. 

GQG1IGQ®— W. 9. (990Q3Q)— ^ ! aQ|Mlfll©j 9»G— 

Dekhadekhi 1- Interview; meeting each other-, 

' CWtCfPl seeing one another. 

2. Measuring of each other's strength. 
(sm— sue q$'$8cQ $SQ aqp asN GQ«ilcs>3 
gw i ) 

3, Seeing a thing carefully; examining. 
1. Meeting each other. 

^ i aiei^OT^i G^aiaiQ aiGQ 91 awiQ Q® 

©2D 31Q aiGQ—2, Which can be often 
seen or attended to. 

$ . Qtf— QdQQ Ql&% «^ g $~ 
Following another's action. 

-GQGI GTOl— €9.$— etffaS Q^^wstQQaQ GQQi- 
Dekha deba To grant an interview to another; 
C*r*ttflrefll to enable a person to see you. 

GQ€II Q§iQI— *G9. * — * I ^SG? a§>SI; 9i$jp 991— 
Dekha pardiba 1. To encounter; to come across. 

c*rW?t (aai— «a%a©0£ Q$ QriNQfl G^s^ags* 

^%*T 3TKIT G9Q 9I«£I G9WI Q^Q 1 

> I G9SI99I (G9fl)— 2. Dekha ]iba (See) 


Dekha paiba To be able to see; to have an 
C5NW«5l • ;infcerj?iew. 

Sfamt 
GQSilflfll— G9. 9 («. Q&+STO)— \ I 69f« a^ioj 
Dekhamana $Qflq&l e^«9i9«i§Oiq^3cWI — 
1, Taking a thing from another after 
minutely examining it* 
J I G93lfl«3l *»l (W«) 
2. Dekhamana* saBja ( See ) 

GO«l^l «I»I— W. «.— 901 aOQOGQ «K>I9 QQ99I 

a, 

Dekhamana saHja 6Q>ftiie ©§G9 sr3^ WfiJ© ^91- 
^ G9G« ©a^iQ 4 SOI QQ€^ Q§ ©9^L a ^ 
«f«it ©99IQ* 3©IQ G^S aea a|ff€i QQai ^ ^ 

•QQ9ljW %? ^ 9| — ^PP raiflement 
or valuation of the produce of a raiyati 
holding to fix the respective shares of 
the landlord and of the tenant therein; 
estimate' of the landlord's half of the 
produce of a Bhag holding while the 
crop is standing on a field. 
3 I £#GQ £W fl91 «WqW %?fiq £ Q €9*0" 
?19l 9«?IQ G^ ®W 5^1—2. Produce of 
a land payable by a raiyat to a land- 
lord on appraisement. 

Dekhamiliba aaGGi 0g>9|— To have an interview 
Cff^ttf^Tl °^i *° ^ f° un< ^i to t* 6 me ^ w ^b. 

^ — Qigi^lQ— later view. 

9oq Qift i) 
GQSii 9QI-GQ. ^- (W«PI 5q!Q 0*9101 %a)— 
Dekha jiba t \ 9§G€«0Q G99I — 

Cf^WWl 1- T° come t0 view; to be seen. 

> I S^lS© €99li S^lSo GWI; C«1I3§9I— 
2, To be known; to be inferred or 

concluded. 
(saai — WIQ GOG© 99 28© er»GQ 690199 I) 
GQ€1i»-G9. 9— ^ I Wq?» GQS- 
Dekhali 1- ^- n observer. 

<?Wt* -> 1 «^Q QftQI GQO— 2. A judge; one 

^%?IT who is proficient in judging. 


€9*I6WM 


( «***• ) 


G9# ai$9 


* I 699IQ9I GQ9— 3. A person who takes 
a: person round a place and shows things. 

€9«l««l— G9. 9<a. (3909 »)— «W9 flQeQMKi; 
DekhasikhS »q s q,^q QI&9Qia C93 G9 ©M 

CWClfWI «G9Qa 9GQ— Imitating another's 

actions; imitative. 

(KMH^AI— G9. 9. (9909 w) — 1 I G9S9I & q$9l— 
Dekasuna" 1. Seeing and hearing. 

CWWKl (gat — <Kl€l 9ei( 9 G9G9 GQOiqdl 9 

^ I €9^91 91 3919 9^91; «9 G99t— 
2 # jpnquiry; looking after any thing. 

* 1 ©9i aao^ acjiQ oaia aooq— 
3. Acquaintance. 

(Ml— G3I9 OIQQ G9«H 4£l Q & » 
v I 6WI Vj?i 9Q9I— 4- Tending. 
flfffiWI $3) — 33^9© — Well acquainted. 
(slfll-63 m<§ «G<a G9AWU 6Q9 I) 
6Q3l3iaiQ -G9. 9— G9«l9€te (W«) 
BekhSsakshat Dekhadarsana (See) 

69«H«| L fl9— G9. 93—69^91% *» «a© WW 91 
Dekhasundara ^q»o. 9lW*%Sa ©9*3 TO© QOQ 
CHC$ ^pfa ffftl — That which is beautiful to 

f^ftstTj f^sflret outward appearance but actually 

worthless or unsubstantial, 

CQSl^QQ 3Q£ %Q, 9\<Z q<1 01$ OP^Qfl^ft I 03 I 

6Q$iq,QQ 9«ii§?$— G9. 9. (eSqi sgsjiq, q«i%sq 

Dekhasundara kakharubardi §a© Q$ 9€i fl9t- 
WfaT €19)— 91919^ $a ©9$^ 2l£i© Q969 

ffjp 9§; 69qi9i% ®Q£* 9iQ$ «eio 

tiQl99l S<3Q— A thing or person of 
outward beauty but actually worthless. 

69611 G@QI — G9. $*— * I 3191© 9Q9I— 
Dekha heba^ 1. To visit. 

^@rr cot w 9- swqc. ?» i 

y I 9l§69 0991; 3191© Q9 6991; G93l9©9i- 
2. To encounter; to meet; to come across. 

€9®— 69. *i— G9§9!'69^ ( G9S ) 

Dekhi Defihiba dekhi ( See ) t 


flfflM , €9. a.-^l— 9€<*QQj 9€9 319, — 
^sfe Seeing; having seen. 

69® 3l$— 69. #. 9<3— V I 99 SIWITOI 91 39901 
Dekhi chahifi Q9QIGQ — 1- With a great care. 

-» i q©©gfe 99C90G»iajP9; ag a«i© q$ — 
2. With a good deal of consideration. 
69@©l 69®— G9. a— 69^91 G9§ ( G9fi( ), 
Dekhita dekhi Dekhiba dekhi ( See ) 

(G9&QI— dfift^Q) 69S0I CQS, G«lft ©€9QQ 0^*1 £14? I 

69§f9l®— €9. 5— fij^ci%jsa a^ai 9Q 5 ^ ^ 

Dekhidakhi aftG9a«aV9— 

(€9S^q— a^^a) After a thorough or careful 
Wt ^CT examination. 

^<eM TOt 5F< ( Ml— 99!9%69faf e9«l 9S9IGQG» 
^ G9^ Qiq[ 9ft GQ9i Q©© I ) 

69® 6991— G9. 4?— <. I aqgi ©Q9f— 
Dekhi neba 1, To test, 

(XW "Tejl ^ t 3QG€lia C99lj €191 G99I — 
^^5TT 2. To take revenge; to teach a lesson. 

69® QIQQI — 69.^ — t I (QSSia) G3Q 91 SliQQ Q©9I- 
Dekhi pSriba* 1. ( figurative ) To like to 

C?*Iff£ ^TfiTl Jove. 

[ g— wj©9 69^ SQ'S^fllGff 9crai *q^ 9191' 
6 *q$k ai4sji J w^ d^sflGQ '«» aiQ<?(' G9i^ 
a05>IQ SQ§ I fli4T <9i9 49 6$n g©€)6? f G9^ 
aiQQi' 6 f l$ aiQ9i J 1 

aai— qia^wl g^igo qq G9q[ ai9f) 1 C 9goq 
«tiQ9i^qQ w QN 1 ] 

? I G9fa§ 9^9 W 91 $M, «i^9^ 91 9%_ 
«J9 G9^_ q§% G99I— 

2. ( figurative ) To be pleased with the 
good or bad condition of another person. 

( saai— Ga G91 w G93 1 ai^ qi@" i ) 

* I G9§9l%gfla c G99I— 

3. To be able to see. 

v I 9^9% erM8 ^^9919 9Q9I— * 

4. To exercise one's eye-sight. 

( i3£J|— GG© ^9411 UQQI^QQI S0SG9 ^QQGQ 

caig G9® aiq^ ewe 1 ) 


wfitei 


( **$><■ 


G9qQ Qlfl 9Q9I 


5* To realise beforehand by experience. 

( aai— wis a$>i ©£r^q7G98 ai%s Ga, §^<i 

€<9®9I— GQ. $. ( «. 9© % ai§j gi— ot« *!§.)— 
Dekhiba v I W 9Q9I — 1. To see. 

■CWI eo&acf s?ie?i si? qpoeQ i 

^nrr qaiaia,- o$«i i 

(G9GttS9i— q£9Ig>i %q) -> I sis!© owi— 

(G9«lte«)Q9l-'-8©$ q9) 2. To meet; to visit. . 

* I SG99QI QQ9I; 9^9 9Q9lj ©$l 9Q9I— 

3. To think; to consider. 

* I G9I* 9§9lj Q©fl <?l$| 91^91— 

4. To feel; to perceive. 

* i qa<a$ 9©9ij sow 9$9i — 

5. To experience; to realise. 

9 I fllfitel — 1 • T° know; t0 oome to know. 

csqa ww, coi$© eio— sci i 
9 I QQ« 9Q9IJ SQQfiO 9Q9I — 

7. To examine; to inspect; to see criti- 

cally; to teat. 
( 381— Si^Q §GW 41191 G9e&fi) I ) 
r | «c«.m 9Q9I — 

8. To search after; to seek after. 

9IQ«M 909 © 9|fl 9Q9— QQ I 

* I TO8 SGsaiG 9Q9I— 9. To attend. 
*o i SGaiBQ Wl ( Sff,.)— 

10. To correct (proof). 

vt l $9si9 €99l } <ai9ai9G99i— 

11. To be careful; to beware. 

O I 3$> TOPI; 9®:9a!Q0 QQ9I— 

12. To take care; to manage, 

{ aai— 9G9al j»99iw ©891$% GflW©Q 9i$ 

G9*S) I ) 

e* I fllOQIj GSI9S99 €991; 9$G99I— 

13. To enquire. 

QQ\ QtfiQ <?€l G9IQ 

14. To infer or realise beforehand. 

(a&i— qqsj asQ qis1aiw*99ioQ©%£ G9«© 

- €9 9IM9WIQ 919 PQSte MIG9 


K* I ©9 9©9I ; SSI €991—15. To reduce to 
submission; to bring one under control; 
to teach a lesson. - 

(aai— m\, ^arai qq9iq 93,211, £ go 1 ® sg© 

GQq» ©3 ! ) 

£$> i gaia Qi Gsserfi^isi eta a!Q9i— 

16. To know by the result. 

Kp I ©QSGQ Qofe G99lj a9»9l— 

17. To reach. 

0"i€«l 9Q9I; StfSI Q$9l — 

18. To tend. 

^ | ©©$| 9Q9I— 19* To treat. 

(gar— 9i%G$r4Q 99qs> * 99 G9sa s$$ €9« 

eS§ I) 

>o i (jai <j$jj 9Q9r— 20. To cast a kind 
glance on; to be kind) to have a kind 

eye on, 
(9SI— 9$ G99G9 GSI ^Ml 99 I) 
^^ I 0&G9M 9Q9I — 

21, To observe*, to regard attentively. 
9 5 I 5GG»l©aiS! GQ9I — 

22. To mind; to attend to. 

[5— G9<f9i 4?qi geer a9©9 %ea «i§9i, 

^91 $ qjSIQ 9*«9$9 ^< I 

69^919 WfllSQI %Q ^Gfif, G99I, €991, Q9|Q9I Jl 
991^ «ft9i y Qia9l, 9391 Q9mIS> ^CjqiGJ 9H9§© 

gqQqigq®— to. «— ^ 1 «ei ! 5^199 i »ot. i gtqgq 

Dekhibadekbi ^iiQ|^^Ch*«l. ,> All ri^Lt ! let us 

C^W see. 

^#|f 9^(0 €9 Q^q* €9^9! €0^ I ©8.C9CQSW9SJIS I 

> 1 (9$iefa) WW ?— 

2. (question) Will you tell me ? 
GQQ9IGQ 20991— G9. 5 ( G9q9l9 9^9IOi )— 
Dekhibare asiba %. \ (J^GQIOQ €991— 1. To be 
(693IGQ 2i99l — 3Qs^p) seen. 

V$C$ '■flTl ^ I S^lfl9i — 2. To be known. 
^ftsnsft « I flc^o G99I— 

3. To be experienced. 
G98Q Old 9^91— G9. -? (©S% 919^ afl9lQ9! ®QG9 
Dekhila k5ma kariba gG^|13)-~*. t G9ftil9 9«*^% 
(€9®9I Old SWI— 39i%a) 39IQIG99}; 9^G99I— 
- 1. To punish or beat a person. 


€99 


'«q«a«W 


( *T^i ) 


G9$>L 


> I GQi$% ^Sft. ^*> W cj^qea Sai 

GQ9I — 2. To teach one a good lesson. 

•» I £1191 90% ^Q W 9391— 
3« To do anything one likes. 
( Ml— if «|<5_ 9IQ<W 3S>sf O^QTO Wl €9 
*t Wl§, <3« q GQqq 9ts QS*9 I) 
€Q9«3 ©l*lf— G9. 9<n— a^os 1 — • 

Dekhila nahiS Not seen before. 

9QQ|a. QSI9Q I 


-OT. a. ■$,.($?©€* ap)— aqjsQ G^& 6 qiqgq 
Dekhisuni q$. g^aqp aOQp *|iq QaQ<? oq— 
fffCT^W After personal experience. . 

3*itaw: ( sail— % < aai^ giq G94fqg q§i 

9iqi a© a$« G9Q§ i) 

SQsiSf-69. Mte. 9«©j gi.eQAQ)— QeiQj e^qpi— 

Dekhuni Seeing. 

TO cqicq €Qfl« etf CQflS aa — 05. evwaewoig i 

€Q«ftefl(af)— GQ. 93— GQ&9I 91§— 
Dekhunja(Sn) One who sees. 

9— qoiq? -wj, 9%Qei aqai 9Q9I ©ag$ 

%" ^ ©3SJ '$&*~&- B&^fknt whose duty is to 
examine the king's food by seeing it. 

WSlGQSj— GQ. -a— t* 1 q$ q$ ; ©9931% aftOQftfi.GQj 

Dekhudekhu e© as% gflqsQ— 1. Within a 

E*F*fa5 Wtt& very short time; t shortly- 

5 I G£fa§ 9i^Q SllgiQGQ 91 9^ ^3GQ— 

2. Before one's own eyes, 
(aai— 9IQI CT^LOT^^Cg G3IG© G^SIQQ «I9 
3IQGSI I ) 

€<3>gT G$QI - C9. -£-— G9iG!$[ G991 (GQ<S ) 

Degdhi heba Dogadhi heba ( See ) 

( GW'".W9I— «P"iqp ) 

SQoi— si. 9. q! (a^qr 9i9$© qsij*. 00*19 6 Swi) 
Detha (GQOai— aoi^q) 
6QOiQ 7«7 ££**1 9Wt — One's father's elder 
GQGO$ J %{ * brother. 

€OOIQ €11^— N.- $.*!(*. GOi<| 6 ^ )— ©OQ «q| 
Dethai sasu qi qjQ-q G9COQ — The elder pater- 
(GQGOQ Sli^L— aOtM) Dal flunt of one's husband 
(G9Q©i^l8 — 9!) ^ • or wjf e * 


6Q@€ii^— Gp. 9. $1 (3. CQ19 *d Mglqr eoiqi qqsi- 

Derdasasu One's wife's elder sister. 

(GQcJaiq— aoiqa) [©— agtar o©qi wnqi aial 
z&b ©9§ 1 aiol QS*fliQor s&igq ei|i 

^J*!** Q€l9ig ©G9; 95* 69Q€II^ 6 

(«5sj«1eoiQ*— QQ«teoicte gfto* woci^o i J 
GQe^Q— 69. «. 1° (3. eoii 6 «i€LQ)— giqlor G^ 

Derdasura 5101— One's husband's elder brother. 
[5—^91 G9€IGQ G5?9^QS? 3GCT 


G<?9^LQ 
GQ0J5S 

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<lfl^ « G99WQ 2iQOI$[ QQ 


giQ qQ^ «>aQ Q9§ 1 } 

GQ£— GQ 6 gt€Q (^QIQ) $— G9^ (GQffl) 
Derdi Der^i (See) 

SQ^OI- TO. 9. ^° («. G£>i<! ©I©)— 9©l£? €0«iq§IOI; 
Derduta GOi^ W; 969Q — Father's elder 

CW&\; ^WT brother. 

eQO^piqa qq-gq. 9. ^°— eoiq ©i©^ ^ wqi 

Derdutapuabhai G9lC 9$fdGQ aiatfSlQ QQ — 

(G<4>S>S)l3.a ^Q— aOi^J) One's cousin brother 

(G^9©lS^ ^«fl— %1) being the son of one's 

*~ elder paternal uncle. 

eQOiOiqsj— €q.9> (^.G©ii 6 ^qa^ss^^qQ— 

Derdutasura Father-in-law's elder brother. 

(GQOoiqS— a«*€|,a) [ eiqa«3r 9is> qQq. *9©isa 

(G^GO^ €t|€L — d) Q9§ l] 

GQQ— GQ. 9« 6 9 [3. SfelW- 31^ <3$ (Beams] — 

Derjba a^ a^o <%; <Q <<& aGa— 

C?S; %?, %«ft^f * One and a half. 

GQ©6G!lf2fl— W. W— <■ I 3I9IQ WIW GCII9 Ga&l— 
D'erjhagordia 1. Lame. 

^ I aeiQa|;a§Q aiQ — 2. Of unstable footinc. 

GQQ^QQQGQI^ G!fi— SIGQ (C19GIQ) Q— <g©%©QQI— 

DerdbiSurabhaibohu gaehha The Mimosa creeper. 

GQ®\— GQ. 9— GQa (GQ«I) 
Derjba Delphi (See) 

^T, %5flt5t I*. One and a half times as much* / 


'69© 


( >*rfm ) 


CQdtiMP 


G96QQ J **■ 2. Calculated at one and 

a half times. 

'€Q© — G9. ©— *. I 6999$ — 1* One and a half times. 

Degjhi p \ q$qq 99*99 si6a qqS© ^a 9»9! 

N* g9iG9 9ai99i ai9 si 3s?i9 q<a— 

2. A loan by which the annual interest 
is half the amount of the principal or 

50 percent. 

[§— < G9QG9 0JW alQ 699 3869 9Q9 9£fl 

giQ3Q <<* g$ 9<s9 giai ^9 asteaia 9 6969 

9191 a»G9 9WI 69'Q «€lisfl 9sifc ?? 5 ° $ s 69 

q$ q$$$ §3i9GQ 9G<ai$ . QQ SI931Q 1 9g 
sj© 9IQ 69a gqsgq sa ©ai 9 aiQ qiQ (sqsi) 
695G9 as9 9Q9 mi giqae i ©«* ©$$$> aeii 

W G91Q 918* I] 

-> I 992)9$ €I$99I 91 «9 *° 69*69 ."-ML 

Q9I gy — Interest calculated at 50 % 

* - . 

per cent, per annum. 
* I Ga§>- 9$99l99Ga<a— 3. A kind of 

ear-ring. 

3IG9 (SM.99Q) 9 — SSSIlCtQQj SIO— Bed sheet. 

€9©a©|Q — G9.9<3 — <- I 219919 — 1- Unequaljuneven 

Derflhi ardhai J I 3191 <9 aiflKj^ ®Q® ai< — 

^itST 2. Aslant; leaning. 

* I G9Q 9$9 2099 WI9 $8C9 ^9^969 

9G3 9|§ — 3, That whose legs do not 

sit evenly on the ground. 

9.— «miq ai969a99% <9gQ!Q 991 — 

A kind of dance with unequal foot- 
steps. 

a.— ($919 9Q9^©i9)— as?i9» 6 013331 

6 941$ 319^99— Uneven, sloping 
and narrow road. 
GQ©® -69. 94. 6 a— 69© 2191Q (G9<a) 
Der4hia Derjhi arjhai (See) 

3169. (99919) 9. — ^i«fi9 9ifl9' GCUQftQ «9 
Q9IQ 699, (4 CQ9 G969 699 99CQ 
6919 99 QISI&) — A kind of .fatal cattle 

disease. 

*€Q© 819— 69. 9,-699 <la69 993 92«89l aj9— 
PePJhi dhana Paddy advanced with interest at 

50 per cent per annum. 


69®QS!i(69)Q9l— 69. -3.-V I ai9%aWS* 91^9 *° 

Derjjhi laga(ge)iba ^a §91969 $199^999 6991- 

To advance paddy at interest at 50 

. per cent per annum. 

J I ©<?% W9 a|9 flQQ SJtf €991— 

2. To advance paddy loan on some' 

fixed interest. 

69© QS19I— G9. 9.— $3% fla6Q ; ai0 990 920991—' 
Denjhi lagiba Investment of paddy at 50 per 

cent interest. 

G9§ $U— 69. 9. — 9©991 9I«9 **° 69*69 «L*— 
Derjhi sudha Interest at 50 pet cent per annum. 

696©Q ©91— 69. 5* ■-<■ I ®Q 69IQ 969 *69 991— 
Der<Jhei jiba 1. To go or proceed sideways. 

(69G9Q9I— aOt^a) J t 69QCT 991; B^SIOO' 
g^l — 2. To become warped or bent_ 

69fl — G9. 9. (9Q€ia) (a. 91 ai^ ; 919, 69^)— 
Den ^ i €fcfl— 1. Debt, 

(69<l«— a9i%fl) -^ I G99I— 2" Giving, 
C«R;C^t «n t 69^J a9Sil9 ©SI 6991— 3. Debiting. 
^5f if j G9SJ a9— 4. Amount payable. 

* 1 99© 99, — 5* Any thing given away. 
961— 69£J— Payable. 

69«9IQ— 69. 9«. (9©9^i «. 919 + ffl. S9iq 9I§)- 
Dendar €}tf!9g — Indebted; involved in debts. 

afJTt?m 9- — <■ I ^l©^; aaflj— 1. Debtor. 

69«l9J9,-69<l*ai9,;-;* tt * a 010—2 J^dg- 

69^9IQtl J * ment-debtor. 

GQfiQIQ— 69. 9. (905^ a. 9J9+ETI. QOm^ 91Q) — 
Dendari q^igg, a9gl"^Indebtedness; state of 
CWftfl ^T^td being involved in debt. 

(G9<^19IQ, 69S119I9 — *!9H§q) 
G9ffl69^— 69. 9. (9©Q«0)— (9QQl9ia. 9909 99; 3. 9| 
Den nen a|^ 4 ©"ai^>— ^ I 211919 3919; G99| 
CWW4 G99I — 1. G-iving and taking. 

^•IqM ? l 9I99IQ — 2. Transaction. 

69<a^l 69<^1, \ 

G^<3^Il 69<ti»,l «t 1 8<a<f^9«*Qq|9C? 99^^ — 

€9d ©W, / 3, Exchange of commodities. 

G9<31 69^1, J 

69till €9«l ' 


€9«tt 


( «*>* > 


6999 


v I $$M9 3*169 SI99 WI9Q *W— 
4 The relationship of . creditor and 
debtor between two persons. 

* I 991991 919919 — 5. Loan transaction 

between two persons. 

€9611 (QQsl9)— 69.9- 6 W— ' WAQW9 (69*) 
Dena (etc) Den etc (See) 

6901 9Q9I— 69. i— q« 9S19I— To borrow; to 
DenS kariba enter into debt. 

«9Si 9i9fli— w. 9 (990Q as; a. 69£j 4 aia-i)— 

Denapaupa t I cqj^j <$ gia H «a— 

C*R1 *iT®Hrt; 1. Money payable and receivable. 
^TT qRT ^ | ^Q9«P9T 9*W6Q §319 ©9$ — 

2. Settlement of accounts between two 

persons. 

€9€!I€9§^91— 69. 3 — $99169 9$ Qg9lj QQ€«i|a 

Denare burgiba QQ9I9 Sfl9l^ 999IQ SQflia 

(Wfa ^ 9ft a$9l — To be over head and ears 

f*ft£«RT in debt. 

€98— 69. M— («. 69^; 9I«I£})— *> I 69£J— 

Deni 1. Payable. 

C*Rl; 3*lt > I «9€HG9q — 2. Unavoidably payable 

(69<i3— noiqp) Oaai— - jai§>! 69<8?iq, ®§ flGQ 

«W«J! G9« 09Q) 

69. 9 — 69^j «$— I. Dues* money payable by 

a person. 

SI69 (9I69*.Q)S> (<?©&«)—* I 69*1919 «i99— 

1. Debtor. 

> I ^919969 6S§£ 41199 Q369 991999 99l 
69IQW — 2. Judgment- debtor. 

GQSQiSI— 3169 (4«V%LQ) 9<3— * I 9l9al9— 

Denadani 1. Liberal; open-handed. 

) I (9<<cr) — «IQ $a<S — % Very miserly. 

6991®— 69. M (£f|) QWq^l— («|60g)— t I G99l£j; 
Dedar asnWj «9 — 1. Excessive-, too much. 
CTfhl > | g©9 — 2, Plentiful; copious; abundant. 

q$3mr; %srr • i a#igg sa6ei^— 

(69d!Q — SK^qp) 3. Enough;more than sufficient. 

4. Numberless; illimitable, countless 
SQOiefiai© — ?. M ( Qia ai5-»q§? aiQ9l+a©€i^i6a 
DedipyamSna ggi G93Gh ai ^ + ^( aw ) g| ff — 

(69W9"9I— $1) fit^Qfli©} «©i^ 0139^3 ©9- 
QQgfl — Dazzling; refulgent; resplendent; 

glittering. 


696Q— G9.a— (6991^19 «OIQqrfo 908|%S '69*9 9$) 
Dede £ | 9« Q2I— -1. Give give. 

Tl* Wt« (901— 696© i 69 69 9$S19 ?) 

<f «f -> I (699 4?£[| gsg 2*9199 §q) 69Q? q,£— 
2. Look you . 

69difi>— 69. 9 — * I ( SN 699819** ) a— 5191 91 «8Q 

Dedhana a|©<, Q|gi^ q^ gg <$ q§Tq OTi 5 ^9 — 

£?*ffa 1- Broom corn; Sorghun Sacharatum; 

^rct Andropogen saccharatus. 

> I $39910; CjJIQ— 2. Millet. 

[g— C"§9i9 ^©6Q <9I 9lOO, flMQ 9«q €W* 

6Q§9 9ft 6«ej 6 alooiao, aqsi, %a, ««a6- 
6^,99199 I ^Q©9 Q^9 a^q «I1S»69 <9IQ 

600 — flIGQ- (dHAW) 0—69^ ( 69« ) 

Den De^i ( See ) 

6Q«QI§— 3169 (QHQQS) ©— 69«I9IQ— 

Dendar Debtor. 

6Q^eW(e9)Q— 6"§69. Q. (m. 69^6fll9®)— Q919 

Denmeha^he)r g9q6Q qg^9|Q gfl|©69 lisfl ^1^. 

CR Carter Wi» x QQ^16aiga ©36^ 6991 6^f%9— 

^TO^C (Mahomedan Law) A present given at 

the time of marriage by the husband 

for her future maintenance in case the 

marriage be dissolved. 

ft^g© dff 91 3^ $43 96}§ ^ Q^^QCQ Q9I9 
9$Q gQ 696Q aQ iq d a9ff^l6aitfl1 69IQ 
©99 Q9«6&I9S1Q 9^ ©S»|9 9Q 3IQ69 
91% 69^651599 C9IQJ3M I <9\ S 9919 S]2Ji— 
^. 3191 9919 ^69 <fl^ ad« 9Q&IK 6 ^. QI9I 
99!99^Q 6§90 gfl^SQ tf^ Qfi^MIO G99IQIO 
Q4l« 91 «ICTl919 99^ l] 

6Q^ N 6Q9— fll69. (^9^.9) ©.— 69e!6Q^l (69«) 
Denlen Denanena (See) 

(69QI«6»I— «Oi%q) 

6969^!fia-gi69 (^^L9) W- 9.° (%©- g. 696fft!^) 
Denewala QiqIj ^j^g^i — Liberal-handed. 

6999—69. 9 (W <@ Q9)— 919 9Q9I ©?!6^ QQ% 
Depada Qa69€l — Request made to another 

person to give charity. 

GQQ QtlQS 1 69 GO 69|(S|9, O^a ^?.€Q €€«aff «^Q9 I 


^901 


( *&9+ ) 


wwks* 


Depa G9$]ai99$q3Q(8lQ 3§g QIS— Name 

by which the DebtpSdahara tank 

is called locally at Bhubaneswara 

GQ9QI-PG9 ( S^LQ ) 9— 9WG9WQ SS§ 9I?9 

DepGja AG9I39GQ GQG9 919^91 QQI 91 G9IQh 

(G99Q09I — TO«i%a) gift 90 oa§)— The annual 

festival held before a village^Goddess 

in which victims are offered. 

[ 9— «§ Q£L9$l C9^ S^l 91 9G&Q 99$ I ] 

6QQ— 3. 9. g? (99,ai^=#3iQQ9l + 9$.3 i G9 9W 
Deba ^91 Q| ©qqs qq^j. §«. «§ tggfcs 

(G9«-$1) GET*— GQQGt; g^-G9ft*lt; €9^™ 

G©Q©I© ; Ci^lQ^j — 69QSI; «at9--G9Q&fS; 

»tfl»— GQQG©©* ^a«l^-G999; Q°$© 

— COQSli m— 9l9$=$a.Q} ^GOQ,) — 

* I fi)«lQ— 1- God. 

> I GQ9SI; WIQl— 

2. Deity; Heavenly Being; Divinity. 
[ g— 69991 9G» G9I& G93 I ] 
•11 1 9igj^i — 3. A Brahmana. 

•* l G99s£l; S^^Qsjal^ (<3gai$jq!aiQ<g©8 
9i§<ao> gw aGQqg$«, aeii-fiift^ 
GQ9) — 4. A title of Brahmanas. 
* I q©i-5 A king. 

9 1 GQ<$i $»i« qm— 

6. Title of kings. 
9 \ S^j Wfl — 7 - Lord ; master, 
r I (Q§ 6 3W$199) G9S9IS m 0G* 9i§j 
qa$ft— 8. One's elder; a revered man 
(e. g, one's preceptor) 
(Setf— q&GWj §©G99 I) 
c J qjg — 9. Brightness, 

to I €IIQQ ; alQ! — 1°- Mercury^ 

It I G999; 93Q— 

11. Husband's younger .brother. 

~ 12. The clouds deified. - 

9«n— 1*1 gatQ..Gflq— 1. Chief; principal. 
> I OS*— 2. Revered, 
to 1 ©SOlS— 3. Desirous of conquering. 

-* iwl 9t g^sr gi© awiQowi— 

4. Occupying the position of lord or 

master. 


t* 1 flap 9m^. Gsg 9«*§(«QaaGQ «Q* 

«9 3GGT gqg $4 I gal— 99G99 ) — 
13. Principal; the head; ohief person. 

< v I ( + 99*». a )— QfcJEj ( g$Q9J9) — 

li. Organ of sense, 
ft* I ( +Q9. a )— -81911; 9919— 
15, PJay; sport. 
GQQS*a1— G9. 93. (9?. 6 3?) (3. G99 + 2i°Q) — 
Deba-amsi <. | G99QI* 9»l 9M 9Q©I© (9i^> — 
c*T<i*K^ 1. (a person) Born with some divine 

fW© elements. 

-> I G99SIQ 1 «9S>i9 99<a9|<31 (9i^)— 
2. (a person) Assuming the incarnation 

of a Deity* 
GWSOft — G9. 9. (?. G99 + aaq) — * 

Deba-ala l | G99l»^j G9QO— 

QRfa\ 1. The temple of a Deity. 

> I 999IQEJ7-2. Church. 
^QQ^OIfil — G9. 9- (3. G99 + Q£|a9 i G9G9I9I9) — 
Deba uthana <■ | Q9|aQ «9l9al (G93) 
(G9 QOI^l— 8K>i%Q) 1. Uthapana ekadagi (See) f 
t^tH -? 1 Q©t9Q O^lQ^l (G9a) 

2. Uthapana chaturddasi (See) 

GQ€> Q€l— S. 9— awi 83IQG9 ©^99^ QQ91 GQiq! 

Deba runa ©1919 6999IQT g© 9^9h ©tffll©— 

Acts which a man should perform as- 
due to the Gods. 

G<?9Q -3. 9. (WO (99 aiSL+9|. ^IS 1 )— 
Debaka 1 | ^|9ffffl G99«£? 8oi— ; * 

1. Name of the father of Debaki. 
[9— <fi^jWl ?lGfii i <19IW ^19 9ffi[fi^< 
9^S99£^99I9 GQQ^GQ I Q9SSI9 <<${% 9^ ^Q 
— §. QfiMiaQ I ] 

-^ I GQ9 (@. «93I€IQ) — 2. Deity. 

* I «iwi <9 i* (g. a9gi«9) 

H. Name of a son of Judhishthira. 
3. 9<a — «l99> 9l9IQiq — Playing; sporting. 
GQQ991I— «. 9. HiaW" 1 * Tne Heavenly 
Deba kanya nymphs of the Hindu mythologies,. 

(G99 9Qt9l— «CH%q) J I G9S1 (f. «99|6IQ) — 

2. Goddess. 


«#>9 


<€W$QG 


( * r 99 ) 


€W«# 


«eo©ow— *..*. (a. a. gq; cwcsi«h o& %«s 

Debakarddama OQlrf)— OQP, fKQ, 9BQ 6 %$# 

£}£© qei$ W» — A scent compounded 

of sandal, aloeswood, camphor etc. 

««9Q1«Q— 3. ©. (A. 9. G<3; W9l«f 63131 SW) — 

DebakafTchana <$gQ|Q Q%9 SJR — 

A kind of flower. 

Deba karjya e I GQWICJ $S> Q# — ' 
(GW $#— TOi%a) 1 - An aotf of God. 

©a, sHt, f gtt, sja wi sq $3— 

2. Beligious rites; the worship of the 

Deities. 

* I (S. a. GQ) G9Q«W glQ ©9G9 $© Q# — 

3, An act done to please the Gods. 
■WQQiq— 3. S— <K>3QIQ GWQI%«IQ — 

Deba kashtha A kind of fir tree. 

€QG>©Q1— a. ©—gate <?isai9Q as>GQ eaa SSQQ <k? 

Deba kirl Q#»| ; <3Q$iteGS1§ —One of the secon^ 

dary airs in Hindu music. 

GWS1- 3. 9. 4). (€W9 + aa«hi6a a+%1+Q)-~ 
Debaki 3l$f? OW— Mother of Srlkxushn.a. 

Oi%*iQGi© .G91Q GW«1 SWW^ QtqciiQGQ 
qq| QQ Qq[ GQQGIST Cl^©|Q 9G0|f t[q$S_TOilOQ I 
«l%d CIQGQ 31$S oio €9GQ 6 caias^i Q&GQ 

tost qshi aeaiw otiggq q3 aeswior oqoioi 
QI&9l%Q°9 a§ $«k§>91 G96» gs (Ita. %3 a ia«l 

G«ta4QG9 9$G« 1] 
G<q>. $. *1-*GG»fli«^ 9«i99l ow — 
Name given to females. 

Debaki nandana Srikjuskjia. 

<W«l©, W« 4p- «s*%a) 

Debakiya QQ^)-G99 QH,fi>lq (g. €WI«Q) — 

■•' Relating to the Deity. 

€W> %$-<*. S- W. a- Gdi GW$® q$)~~ 

Deba kupda 'GQQOlie (G<Wl) 

Deba khSta (See) 


Dehakula 1. Temple. 

[q— TOQ%«Q 9« «<^ fiWifiqflWQ ?IQ «Gaai 
Sift— g wcuw 1 ] 
j I VS^- 2 ' Family, 
m | gq<gi — 3. Collection, 
v 1 Q^aei-r-4. A number of Deities. 

DebakulyS ' l f The Ganges. 

2. Name of a daughter of Sage Maricbi. 
GQQ^ga—?, 9.— (3. 0. GQ; GQ^^-GQQ©! GS1ICI4 + 

De,ba kusuma %^a=-Ep)— RW— Cloves. 
GW*Ot-*"^- .9- — tl CW9lej) — 1* Illnsion created 

Deba kata by the Gods, , 

-> I wwqsois <*S<%M sratag aa r 9Ga«— 

2. Name o(„a holy place. 

3. Name of one of the eight sods of Kubera^ 
[^ — Ifo Q»i QIQ* GG>SJ2PI QQM1% *?^l% 

Sl^ 9^ ©^ 69IQ G53la QQ QQ ij 

Deba kesara ai^lQ)— ^OaQIQ; Q|€! G99Q — 

Mesua Ferra (flower ) t 

Deba khata ^99^ 3191% fl^ €«l© G> Sl<3) — 

A lake; a natural reservoir of water^ 

e^^Gl©— G9. ^. (fflfl)— 6§)9fQ G19S?IO 9199 ^£HQ 
Debagarda ^©^191 — The capital of Bamra Stat© 
(69609 — aff^Oiq) in Orissa. 

«9l90JiieP aapo GWG19 ©Qta 0W) G9IR §Q 

QQaasj 1 ] 

GQQGIgl— «. Q. i,9%\ ©% GQ9 + €t«)— <. I GQ9S5J9 — 

Debagana ]. The Godst 

> \ (COilOQI) €Q9 S$©GQ »<ft G9W9i§- 

2. (Astrology) A person born with , the 

nature of the Gods, 
• I G99W W 9«T— 3. A group of Deities. 
[^~<3 GQ9©I9IQ^ <3<SIG<5»Q©I €9I0SI|<I 1 
«ti]Q99®l ^C» €£M^ GQ$ l] 


■wisfitei 


(■■**>* ) 


GW$ 


swfa, GQ9G), W«il, qitt, Q% 9M*i 

m$ui, qaKq 4 fl9«H a$&> a%§ (g. s)- 

4. (astrology; A group of constellations 

consisting of the 1st. 27th, 8th, 15th, 

13th, 7th, 17th, 5th. and 22nd 

asterisms. 

* i roW? cwowr «s©q (8- waws) 

5. An attendant of a Deity. 
e 99 9fi©| — $. ^ r - *W— The heavenly nymphs 
Deba ganika of the Hindu mythology. 

Deba gati 1. The attainment of heaven after 

one's death- 

2. Birth amongst the Gods after death. 

Deba garjjana Peal of thunder, . - 

■GQQGwf- *• 9«.— CSIQ 9GW GQfel9 CQQOWf «tfi% 

Debagarbha q^Q $«tg) (SJ2II— SJ&ST «*% W 

Q|),,*-(a-pers0n) Sald4o be begotton by 

. ■ ' : a Deity. 

Dehagandhara ^CCI^ — Name of a Hindu musical 


air. 


[ § -<$QQ. S§Q, €&9e 6 G9ISHS 3Q Q€9j 

<3Q tosisi « s a a © si 1 ] 
Gwaisiq— *. $— Site 33$ «?© *^s?qoi^ a$q$> 

DebagandharJ a$i$ qqsj giqaQ q$i| q©a|§G£IS— 
Name of a secondary tune in 
Hindu music 
GQQ QtqO— g, «-QW < »« ■) 
Deba gSyaka Gandharba ( See ) 

( CWQsqc?— SKM^p ) 
.6QQQ§— GQ. 9. ( g^1 o^- <gQ^'9GQ 9$ 6Q9V§5TO 
Debagiri qqiG9€l €9% «Q Qlfl }— <■ 1 «MJ»g«a| 

1. Deoghar; a town in the Santal Per- 
gannahs; the seat of BabaBgidyanatha. 

J I CtelQQW&Q W$i® OT©j QI«91SQT 
Gflq<3>© 9§s> qflflQ — 

2. Name of a range of bills in Central India, 

9SWM qlqp as I ] 


* I Q&II9HQ <GQQ ©IW 01919^- 

3. The EllorS hills in South India. 

* I-9ICQ4QQ «€t«g.Q «©8©djl flW^ — 

4. Name of a hill in the district of 

Balasore. 

* I QisWi 69€fGQ ©»ifl 3W a$«® gtol© 

Q<?§ I <9\ J3IOQ qOWWQ 9§©!Q 

0*9 qoaicji go— s$©ai$ )— 

5. Name of an ancient tow* and. fort in. 
Southern India; them odern Daulatabad. 

f 1 SBJ3W 6§9©© £W©j 3jiQ ai«i9 — 
( 8. waieiQ ) — 

6. The Girnar hills in the Gujarata. * - 

GQQq©— 91W. ( SHS9S ) § — GQ9I«^ G9$«— 
Debaguldi Temple of a Deity. 

GQ© q&— 2. 9. ( 9$ Wj ew+q%)— 

Deba guru ?. | ^99Q- gg^—1. Biuhaspati; the 
spiritual precepter of the Gods. 

> I (TOtortfllWf 801) ^«q§ (8. t «MWQ) — 
2 The sage Kasyapa. 

eQQ^9-a- ^. ( 9$ si©* G^9+q? )— « i GWiasj— 

Debagiuha 1. Temple. 

J I 9191 GTOHOia'atflj GQS^^ — 

2. Bab5 Baiiyanatha; Deoghara. 
* 1 ^ifl«lffl> 6 OQag» g^Q ( §$Q9I<* )— 
'6. The solar and the lunar orbs. 

qqq ©(Shi— a. 0— ^ 1 sw 001 ( CQ« ) 

Deba charjya Deba pujS ( See ) 

J I 699 9$© — 2. The story of a God, 

Deba^chikitsakft <. ( a^fiKjfliQ ^q— 

1. The twin sons of Aswini said to be 

the physicians of the God s 

5 I aff $q ( GQ« )— 

2. Dhanwantari ( See ) 

6Q9 fid — «T. 9— ©IM ( €Q« ) 

Debajagdha * Katruna ( See ) 

G<3>9 9© — a. 9 — GW$«a 9i^— 

Deba jana 1. A man of saintly nature. 

-> I q©i— 2. Eng. 

m 1 q^^> — 3. A class of divine charisters 
according to Hindu mythology, 

6Q9S— ( 09. ai^. «l9» ©Q«+©4' ®t )—Hi 
Debata ff^W— Artist. 


€99 9% 


( *r^r ) 


€999^' 


6Q9 ©$— 3. 9—^ I QIQOIO ^a— 

Deba tarn* 1. The ParijSta tree. 

^. > I S^9 ^g— 2, A tree of the heaven. 
•> : l • I GGjQ Q9ilQG9 %Q\ *GCII? %ty $g — 

3, Five mythological trees said to belong 
to the garden of Indra in Heaven. 

( a*G99 9q ; sal— wi«, QIqqi©, gqys, qs^s 

4 90QW I ) 

v t ei^QCIQ — 4. The holy fig tree. 

€90 ©aV- 9. 9. ( 0*1 99> G99+903 )— 9§l, 0^, 
Deba tarapana 3G9S.9 «89© Olfl QSdSlTO GS9IQQT 
QCOQ'CQ SfilS© 919— Oblations 
of water offered to the Deities 

W9i^». ( €99+wef «i 5 «<U C99— ^91 + 
Debats ocjai'^ospo Q€t9i+Q<§. a+$|, anj 

GS^GIGO 9191 QglQ QQ|) 91 99IQ 9€% 

QQ. Q°. GQQSlj €3°. G©QG*> G§. GQQ- 

©!% Q. GOQSI^ 0*5. G9QG©©; Oaoq. 

G09«hHIG9Q)— O/q0;€99; ^Q— Deity. 

[Q— qGCQCQ QQ, a? , oqp, 2190, 913, goi- 
Q©, QQ, 9$, S9£>l 3QQ «w G99©lQ€) Qlfl ag I 
«Qi G99GQ W €S«HW 9151 2i© 1 aa? G99GQ 
M R %% 910 9Q9 «9i G9G99 C999UJ9 oia 

gai— t-Ggtsicr gooqi, aeft© caQflioor s^si 9|oi 
eei Ggip aio 993X5 «o j-aicira* cwoi adi© 

GaQWC? QGQ€IHGQ Q9I9 2il§0 gQIff QQ£H4 I 
QfldGQ G99©lfll9$r Mil ** 691% G9lQ g§<3> I 
<iqiGQ 19G9 31*1 1 QQ, G99©I9I9S qaiGQ q»i] 
€9. 9— aaast §i§<aqis>$r 96siara— 

family title of vegetable-growing 

Brahmanas. 

oiwi qy 3@Qai qisgq as§ i ^suooMoat oo gs 

Jqqsji C99©i" 1 ai§Q fly gQi9 as G9 ^WIGQ'Q 
QJP 9€laQSlGtf 2HGCI QQ SOQ eq^cQ i gswgo 
'€9— 991' GQIQ Q§ ^9I^GS3IO$Q Q9i$I G99©| 

G9iQ saiQ»s 1 ] 

GQQOi©— sr. ©— 1 1 q$"fl9 — 

Deba tarda 1, The ascending node. 


3 I 9IQ QQ€« <aQ ( g. QOTICIQ ) — 

2, Agave. 
* I CTQ (9909)9)— S-. Cloud, 
v I G999l»1 ( C9« ) — 4 Debadail ( See ) 

«I8J^ (3909I9)— 5. Fire. 

QQ99\ <$% — a. 9— aew 9% — 

DebatS d^ushti Winkless eye. 

€990| <$f CQ 0|« *jf «q 1 wV ^IQQO. 9S? I 
GQQQI ^Q— GQ. 9. ( «. G99QIQ1 )— 

Debata bruksha G^99l«>1 (G9«) (9GQ$S 99^W)- 

Debadall ( See ) 
e^QQIfl©— «. 9. (G99i«)— ?)9IGfl9l ( G9« ) 
DebatSmani MahamedS ( See ) 

6WS1— 3. 9. 41. ( «T- GQQ^i )— G9SI— 
Debati Goddess. 

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©QQQia'— e. ©-<- 1 G99e»iaiQ* Qaqg ggcj (§ a.)— 

Debatirtha 1. Proper time for worshipping a 

Deity. 

2. The ends of a]] the fingers except 

the thumb p 
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Debatta Debadatta ( See ) 

SQQ^Q (QOiiO)— 69.M. G9G91QQ Q0hI9 ( G9« ) 

Debattara (etc) Debottara etc. ( See ) 

SQQ§— ^. 9. ( G9Q + QC9. SI ) — 

Debatwa ^ | G99Q9^ — 1. Divine nature 
> I G99QIQ *uf» — 2. Divinity. 
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Dedicated to the service of Gods. 
GQQ$q1— a. 9 ( C99+fl^T)— 00 999SIC S9I9IQ 
Debatrayi ( 9§l, 9f^ 6 §9 ) — The Hindu 

Trinity # 

SQQQS*— «. 9« (699 + 9^) — 1 I (•"qi oo) G^9*JQr 
Debadatta aCQ9Q Sl^ — 1. Given by the 

Gods. 

. / I ( *#1 OO )— G999IS5T QG9€t<Q g9^ — 
2. Given or dedicated to the Gods. 

i3. Name of Arjuna'l coneh. 


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4 One of the vital airs of the body. 
* 1 a^o Qtewiasr sa$. <]© — 

5. Name of one of the eight mythological 
serpents of the quarters of the globe 

9 1 $$g©©^ «g?iw Q© 99491© — 

6. Name of a prince, cousin of the 

Buddha. 

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Debadarsana ^ | QQ9 9& G©3t©i — 

1. A visit to the image of a Deity. 
J I (G©©-|>9^ ai$_+©§. «©)— G©© ©«© — 
2. One who goes to visit a Deity. 

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Debada^ana 1- Name of Indrajita's car. 

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y I CQ9Q2I (G©3)— 2. Debiratha (See) 

GQ©Qi«l— 2- 9—9? G©l©9» (§. filOTl©©)— 
Debadani A big variety of Luff a. 

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Debadaru 3©I9 £§<§> q© ^g — The 

S. ©I©©©* ©i©, Deodar; the Cedar; Gedrus 

G0WI1, ©l$?j Deodara; Pinua Deodara; 

qjQiq, 438,0991^ Gnateria Longifolia; the 

flg,Qi%, ol9<?l%. Mast tree; Pinus Longifolia 

3 SQS, ©©S, ««IQa, < Haines ); Pinus Deodara 

g©©q©, q©», q©©iqi, or Oedrus Lebani/Polyanthea 

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3. A lamp lighted in honour of a Deity. 
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Deba dundubhi 1. The drums sounded by the 

Gods in Heaven. 
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The red variety of the Holy Basil plant. 

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Deba durllabha Q^QQ — 1. Unavailable even to 

the Gods. 
* I 21Q ^JlJOt — 2. Very rare. 

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Deba datl the Hindu mythology, 

J I «Q3QIQ CQS^( §. 39S13Q ) — 
2. A kind of orange. 
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Deba deba * | 99iG99 ; H9 — 1- God Siba. 

> I $| —2. Bishnu. 
m | gg| — 3. Brahma 

v | gaifl G99SI — 4 The God of Gods. 

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Deba druma 1. Debadaru ( See ) 

1 I C99Q% { GQ« )— 2. Debataru ( See ) 
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Deba dhanya ; Dedbana ( See ) 

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Deba-dhenu Kamadhenu ( See ) 

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v ) ^Jfflj €319 — 4. Grief; sorrow, 

* I G9€l— 5, Pain. 

' $> | Qi99|Q— <6. Conduct; treatment. 
9 I £>£[ Q&lj ©CffcH — 7. A desire to win. 

8. A pleasure-garden. 

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10. The game of dice. 
t£ I QQ— 11. Lotus. 
<>-M «•© ( Q. aOTWQ )— 12. Motion. 

Deba nadi 1. The Ganges river, 

* J ag©! - 2. The JamunS river, 

* I 9Q3G1—3. The Saraswati river. 

* I 93CGI —4, The Dxushadbati river. 

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5. The river flowing near fche mountain 

Subaja in Ceylon. 

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A gate-keeper of Ind^a, 
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Debana ?. | ^]q|— 1. Play; pastime. 
J I GWI— 2. Worship; tending. 
m I aiGSa —3. Regret. 
v I ?aia — 4. Lamentation. 
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The Sanskrit character or alphabets. 

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l.-A gathering of Gods, 
t I %4— 2. Heaven 

G99@?T9I— 3. 9. (G9Q«i9)— ■ 4p« ( 60S ) 

Debanirmita Gulancha ( See ) ' 

GQ9©$-G9. 9. q?. ( 9$9l8; G9$+9gi ) — 
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(GQ9S>1I— fjl) 1* Devoted to the God or Gods. 
9 I ai?*9j 8#9^— 2. Pious; religious. 

€99 00 —3. .9. ( 9$ 99* C99+Q9 ) "99, — 
Deba pati Indra, the king of the Gods. 

€99 aei— 3. 9. ( ?<$! 99, GW+00 ) — 
Deba patha t I S89ia OS — 1- The sky. 
J I gt. aa— 2. The way to Heaven. 
* i a^I 00 — 3. The milky way. 
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Q$$"1$9 aq„ — 1. A beast dedicated for 
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> I G9Q9K? §819$ ( g. aWIOQ.)— 
2i The worshipper of a Deity. 

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Debapala 1. Indra, the protector of the Gods, 
aw QI913 sjfcai§ tQ^aiQ 1 9^3*9. fl^iQQi) n$p\m 1 

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2. Name of a mountain of the mythologi- 
cal Saka island. 

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(a country) Depending upon rain water 
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Deba puri G999|S!!9qr OflCfc QgQSb ^fl$9SI — 
(G999& — EO'iOP) Amarabati, the capital where 
the Deities hold their court; Indra's court. 

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Deba pujaka Worshipping a Deity. 

§ — a 919^ — "Worshipper of a- Deity 

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Debapuja qgi9 3 G99I0*9I — divine service; 

(G99099— «9h%Q) t worship of a Deity. 

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Deba"praylga Name of a small town. 


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§j?1qq GK" — -A-n oracle; divination. 

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Deba priya 1. A kind of plant. 

2. Sesbania Grandifloria (tree). 

^a— G^QSiqiG© sai^l^ G^9 ffQ§ — Beloved 

'of the Gods. 

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(OTW1TO— OOiqpj ■ Pire ' 

GQ9 ©TO — (^1 ^)-W^I — 

Deba barddhaki A name of the divine architect 

of the Hindus. 

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Debabartma Debapatha (See) 

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Debabarmma A. title of the Kshatriyas. 

Debabala Trayamana. 

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Deb^i ballabha 1. God Indra, 

2. Alexandrian Laurelj Mesua Fefra 3 . 

Deba ba£i 1- The Sanskrit language. 

^ I «5^h© qi^m— 2, An oracle, 

* ! GWQWQ 38GQS1 — . 

3. A divine order. 

v I GQWltii); €191991^ qGWIOTfl'— 
4^ A voice from the heavens. 
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Deba biuksha Debataru ( See ) 

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Dibabrata Bhishma, 

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Oeba bhabana Temple 

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Deba bhaga 1. ( Astrology ) Northern celestial 

hemisphere. 

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Q|$ OWN* (fj. a.)— 2,- A specific part 
of a thing kept apart for a Deity. 

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Deba bhashita Deb a b an i (See) 

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Deba bhfisha The Sanskrit language. 

GQQ^— fl. Q — t. I €99©1 — 

Debabhl 1. A Deity, 

j I $d — 2. Heaven. 

6QQ$9— 3. 9— <. 1 aqimi 91 sogga — 

Deba bhuti 1. The celestial Ganges, 

2, The divine qualities of the Gods. 

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GQ. q— "aa»«j — 

The state of having winkless eyes. 

e<q»Q^3— z. e. (fl. a. gqj etfai; ewa'q^a)— 

Deba bhami ^ | %& — 1. The Heaven % 
j I 09IOQ — 2. The Himalayas. 

GOQ^q— a. 0. (€Q9 + ^ ai%+a) — gq©^— 

De ba bhuya Divinity. 

GQQ flS— «. Q— * I eWOW 9H9$© flfi — 
Deba mani 1. Jewel used by a Deity. 

9 I ^Sj* 9<t9§© GQ?g$ 3§t— 
2. The jewel worn by Bishnu. 

• I §Q (fl^WW)— 3 * Siba. 

v 1 WQ GftG^aeQ GSjfll9»1$© 2119$ — 
4» A whorl of furs on the neck of a horse. 

* I %ft (§. QOTICIQ) — 5. The sun. 
9 I WIG^QI (g. SOTtCIQ) (€9«) 

6, Mahameda (See) 
GQQ SftQ — «. 0. (?ql OOj GQ9 + 9&Q) — 
Deba mandira GQ9l»£jj G^ft — Temple. 

Debamata ^diti, the»mother of the Deities; 

wife' of Kasyapa. 


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Debamatiuka GW+fll© + Q) — Q%©OGQ QW 

(CTWIWI— *1) OTsi^iq EI|Q© (GQS)— (a country) 

Fertilised by showers of rain (and not 

artificially irrigated) . 

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Deba maya v | GQ9SIS* 9©© V^ 91 q$e — 

1 Illusion created by the (rods. 

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2. Human illusion which is of God's 

creation- 
GQQfllS— «. 9. (G99— ^Iq+flW)— 
Debamaaa v 1 §«Q fllwaQGQ Q§9IQ a^q flig — 
1, "The eighth month of the foetus in the 

womb. 
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equal to 30 years in human calculation. 

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Deba muni Sage Narada. 

6QQ 09Q -tt. Q. ( eQ©+ao«»«-ej?i5 ^1 ©©^) — 
Deba jajana G09i©'oi; GQ9Q&1 — 

Worship of the Gods. 

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Debajaji 9^. Q)— W999Q — 

Worshiper of a Deity, 

Debajajna Oblations to fire which a Hindu 

householder should perform daily. 

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Deba jatra Q£iQ|Q QGQSl^QQ <3|^]) — G5»9OI0r ©9t% 

CtTO- qef 3|^| — Pilgrimage to holy 

shrines. 
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Debajana « | G9Q M ^I^ISIsGQ GQ9©I$!.G©- 
5J9IQGQ W«l «Q§; G^lfliaiQ- 
i. The celestial cars used by the Gods. 

q&QQ Q^Q QGl^L ^© 91 Gffl^iqo) — ■ 
2. (Astrology) The period of the year in 
which the sun is in the region bet- 
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The daughter of Sukracharjya 
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2, IJeinga of divine origin, 

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Husband^ younger brother. 


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Debaraugi A species of paddy. 

Debaratha 1. Debajana 1 ( See) 

J I ^iQT Qa — 2 - The chariot of the Sun -god* 
SQ©q»(Q^— ff. 9. q. — ( £11 «©; CT9+qoi; GW+ 
Debaraja(j) qg ^1%+*^: ^q )— Q^ — 
Indra; the king oE the Gods. 

GQQqoi— gq. 9. (a. ewqe)— cwqe (gq«i) ; 

Debaraja Debaraja (See) 

699 q«— a- v. (GW+q, ai%— 919 9Q9i+9^. $>, 
Oebarata ^ j aqg^ «»Qff Gal^— ■ 

1. Parikshita, the grandson of Arjuna. 

2. Name of a son of Bis wamitra. 

* I <19£|9I$ giQg asl~3. A kind of crane. 
$fl. — V I 9999^ — 1. Given by the Gods. 

-> I G99QQ95 G9QQI?l|Qff fiq Q§©- 
2. Protected by the gods. 
SQ9q«l— fliGQ. (9§9) 9. — $1.— (%a <8TOe9 g.<a 
Debarani ^q») — q|<^ gtigfl — The wife of one's (a 
woman's) husband's younger brother* 
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Ddbarshi 3^QQ^% q© — 1- A divine sage. 
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2. The sage Narda. 
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Debala ^ 63 6999lff^ 091 9Q 9IQ9I 9S?I9 
9GQ)— «. I 6QQ«>Sfl; 09191^— , 
1. One whose occupation is the worship 

of Deities. 

.> i siq G&alsj 3^«j ag*— 

2. An inferior class of Brahma^ias. 
9.— ^ I qflS; Q99IO^—l. Temple. ; 

2. The sage Ashtabakra. 


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Deba lata Nabamallika (See) 

Debaloka alfl;^$GCQ©— 1. Paradise; Heaven; 

the abode of the Gods* 

) 1 §;Q!9 qgwas— 

2. The seven upper worlds of the Hindus, 
€Q. 9.—* GQ99I3IGQ — The Gods/ 
CQ9 CQ^esj «yw, ass sh^oti^ giq wj, 

§fifl Ql9_ Wlft S°9I V ©€t 

Deba sarmS ^ | gi^gia^ ■fijSfel— 

1. A title of the BrShmanas. 

> I frGff© ^S — 2. Name of a sage. 

3. Name of a Brahmana versed in the 

Bedas, 

Deba sruta 1. God. 

5 I m — 2 * Scriptu r e. 
«i 1 Q|Q<#j$ — 3, Sage Narada. 
■w ! ©ff§G€lS — 4. -A- class of Jaina saints. 

5>-Nam£ ef a son of $ukraeharjya, 

Debasabha 1 . The assembly of the Crods,- 

> I Q6^9j— 2. The court of a king. 

€Q9 Wl— «T. S>( GW—^lGI + WI ) — S. I 9C5Q, <£<9- 
Deba sabhya gqQ ays — 1. The master of 

gambling. 

2. A member of a Debasabha . 

WQQIO-«. a .(.CQQ+ GQ^ICS. 9% <jp. 9g«Oj h 
*DebasatL - en^Si© )— «. I G9991^ OT£j— 

l.Due to the Gods. 

> I GQQialQj CWiqQ— 

2. Under the disposal of the Gods. 
m I GWSl9 v $© ( GQ3 ) . 
: 3. Debasat-kruta ( See ). 

Debasat-kiuta Dedioajted to a Deity. 

J I GQ9CCL91G& «Sq*«— 

2, Endowed for the. service of a Deity. 


Deba sabarnni The thirteenth M anu, 

GQQfliqCN— *- ^ ( £$1 ©©5 GQ9+3iqp<i )— 

Deba sajujya * | GQ99!$f 919GH& — 

1, Vicinity of or interview with the 

Deity. 

* \ GW^l — 2 - Divinity. 

m j gQ^ q|Q€h — 3 « Similarity to the G-ods. 

6W €J£|— tt. S ( G99i9 ) < w qi Wj GQ9+ SJJl )— 
Deba srusbta q^q. q$ — Wine. 

GQOGdOI-tf. Q. ( 9$ OO. GQ9 + GTOI ) — 

Deba senS «> | GQQSifllWQ figcw— 1. Army of the 

Godsv 

2. The wife of Karttikeya and the 
daughter of Brahma* 

€9 (MQ S9§S^ QO QIGfl «CQ— $839 fl§l««© *^ I 

SqfllffW qS^I;<39I^3GQ GQfll <?l^^ $Q«3 «Q 
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gqs> €S«ia® -s- © ( ^lw; ew+^ffw- ) — 

Deba senSpati Qi^'G®^— Kfcttifeey*, the 

* commander of the hosts of the Gods. 
[ <2„< GW©WN*W W^W^G 3 ©IQOMQ% 

9« 9Q?lGfii I ] 

SQQ GQOl— 3. 0— GQ9QQI {GQ«0 
Debaseba Deba puja (See) 

Debasthana 1. Temple. - t - 

9 I (©IS!)— 9WITOIQGQ fllfJWIMr^ QaGQ€! 
GQQH9J ©G^I q€— 2. Name of a sage. 

giGQ ( o»iq ) 9— wwragS" MM— 

A religious endowment. 

6Q9§i«> o3f — sieo ( cwm ) «— aiaissi g^g^iqq 

Debasthana kami^i qj^Q 9^ GOTiaioT 9Gi9IQ^r 

( G99aioq q9? — HGiqp ) 9^£r% Mr ©s>Qgig 

©go Q^f — ^ n endowment-committee; 
a committee appointed by the District 
Judge to look after a public religious 

endowment. 


€99$ 


( •<"** ) 




Debaswa aG> — 1. Property of an Idol. 

y I G99€S9ia Q$al$© ap — 2. Property 

dedicated to or endowed for the service 

of a Deity. 

• I flftdlo Qh^q as ( §. &raia$ )— 
3. The property of a person engaged in 

performing vedic rites. 
-GQWJ9— «. 9. %1— WqsjJ? q©9 9ffi|— 

Debahuti Name of a daughter of Swayambhuba 

Manu. 

[ g—<i QQ r q 9|M> Qg1 6 9§« q@«5r fllQI 
qfSSk I ] 

GQO€@©^— a. 9 (€99+€9&Q=aaqa )— €99©iq- 

Debahelana ©$£CQ ejej^ja — Guilt committed 

in the eyes of a Deity. 

6QQI— Sf. q ( a. €9$ 39; 99 a|§_ 4»l9l Qft9l+€* 

Deba %^q£ )— ^ l-GWI; 9aQ — 

1. Husband's younger brother. 

* I QglfiQ; qgl <lQ flfllj Oisjl — 

2. THe husband of a remarried widow. 

a. $.'*fl— «. ! aaq&<al ( g$$9i9 ) — 

1. Name of a plant. 

> I aeiQagl ( g^ow )— 

2. Name of a plant. 
€9. Q ( 2. €99 )— i I €9901 — 1. Deity. 

> I ( 3. €99 flOQ 1SII 9$9QQ €9918 ) — 

€99©IGl€S>— 2. The Gods. 

€9. •9'— ( 9°. 91 £1^3 6. €9 ai^) — «. l QQ9IQ 
C^eSTl; $ifT qqq[_1. To present. 

(6991— Q3S19) ^ t gQlS> Q$9I; 9K? QQ9I — 
(€?2fiQ9l — 61©S)) 2, To give; to donate. 

ccv qhiq? gqoq e^iQ? t oqea o$ift cilo i 

3, To grant (time or opportunity or 

leave or permission,) 
v I ao«)Q 9g€Q aa c <a 9Q9I — 

4. To hand over; to make over. 

■* I €S3t«jQQI — 5. To ^Upply. 


9 I WIOIGQ ^Q ^ M 9 «l9H-6- To entrust 
something to somebody. 

GQ GQQ QQ91C0 OWQCGi Oft 21*1 CQ£> I 

9 I C9tei3 qi& QeiQKjLflcwq, saef 9Q9I— 

7. To make or allow a person to do 

something. 
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§<aaico ceiioqiQ 9q €fli€s> q£Q €9C«* o»g* 1) 

r ( (flJJSWCQ 91 aCT€Q 91 9g€G>) 5106900 
9G)9l; 3!QQ 9^91—8, To pjaee; to put. 
[saai— «te9€9 €99€Q fijflll 9a]: 

<! I (&SWI9) 90IQ9I; G§Qei QQ9I— 
9. To send (invitation, letters, news). 

^o I «|Q9li Wfi>50 9qQ9l} G9!«l 9^Q9I — 
10 . To cause; to cause to experience; to 

cause to undergo. 

tt i ^IQO Q€i9l— 11. To produce. 

0191Q get qgaiQ 1 990 ag^GQa »a 1 swia. qq^o i 

^^ 1 (tom ^s^q aq«i99i qa ^gct qg nosO 

aW ^RJ 9Q9I — l 2 To do a certain 
act (indicated by the verb used before 

it). 

(saai— e^S 1 ewj; ©8^915 <3§SQ9i) 

^*» I (QQft. <5>|Q) 9Q QQ91— 13. To shut 

(the door) 

(aai— ^BIQ OT9I; Q9IQS5GQ 6§ 6991) 

^v 1 (ai3)fl9OT9l— I 4 * Todisoharge(wafeer). 

(goi-« C^IOtQ SQ fllS G96JS) 

*'*'| (B<?V€i^>9GQQ»Q aQ)54fillQ9l^ €91091— 

15. To apply; to besmear; to anoint. 

(saal— net 3Qq_9»Q <?$§) 

K9 I ( 9IM §Q^]l 9$* ) Qlff «gQ9l— 

16. To give a suckling (to a child). 

(3211 — flM 8«a^ ^a 9Q2^1 
^9 I (aQi^LflWr*) 9^91— 

17. To administer (blows, rebuke),to deal. 

(jaai— «I9 GWi, ai© gwi) 

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Qg© dfiGQ QS ^CJ€ja€Q €©l@ (emphasise, §£j(Q 
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OIQ qiWIj §Q 6Q9l = ai9 9ISi €9«a 95191; 
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* 10991 £$9 aot^a f G9* W f Q«g' I 9§{9 
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«qq«ii& 9^9§© §0 i gai — 9a, 9a, on eua 

9©Q%99! I] 
9 I <I8 ^Q aqfl|B9iq3 360" 991991, €991 

€9Q16aQ— 3. 9. ( 9$9l8 i $ 699 + ai«il9=- $1991 )— 
Debajiba €99309; 0019101 9l8«a — ^ professional 
( 699IW1— aOM^p ) worshipper or priest of 

Deities. 

€Q€>Kai — «* W. ( 9$§1^ 699+a^G )— 

Debatma ^ | €999136)3-1. Like a God; God-like. 

> i 699 §$im§%— 

2. Of divine or godLy nature, 
$— a«iQ$sa — The Eicus Eeligiosa ( tree ). 

6QQI6W1— 69. 9. ( 9§9l§; 3. €9Q+€9S1 )— 2199 
Debadebi <§ afl^- €9961*3 <£ 69<5ICteI— 

The Gods and Goddesses. 

gist ©q.afli«i^» » 

6TOI$— 69. 9—(a°. 6991*1699)— V I gaiff €99©t— 
DebSdhi 1« The chief of the Deities. 

> I 6Q9Q G>13— 

2. A name given to males. 
GQGiyeW— 3% 9. (pql 99; €99 +^€99}— 
DebSSdbideba ^ | 519(699 — 
(699flp— a©i^,Q) 1. Siba. 

9 I Qfl'— -2/Indra. 

• l ga'i© C990I— 

3. The chief of all the Deities. 
€99ltt (Q«N9)— €9919 flQ'Ktf €93 )*- 
Deban'(etc) Dewan etc (Sse> 


ewie^Wfl qq— 69. 9. (Qifl)-S99§iaicw 

DebSn haribamsa raya qq$q «h|©9lS| €9919— 

Name of a minister of the Marhattas. 

[ 9— < flQ9|l QOfiR €9ISQff 33969 6$€1I9 

G99KB 99 9IQ^6fi* I q$W9 €3 6SJQ fliefl 

6sfaaw^wa tsri €9? GQQ$q, ea ©i% 699i<^ 

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51163 ^Q flW Q6Q aiQ 06^1 girfl TOf GffQ 3$KQ 
Op» €<39^ 699l«l 90Q 9^q t 9Q9€1 Q^ 

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696SII 9Q9°€1 q^ 6^ €<3l91€QQC^ai9^q9 QQ 

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€QlQIQaQ2l9^q9 9ft 999IQ m <§ 653, €Sf 

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QOIQ69 £ WIST,. G9q_ aiftQ I 6Q*SQ <?IGQ qf| 

G9tQ ®IQT^696«9 9«a 5^6^ flt^l gQQ €9€fii I 

Debanampriya 1. Beloved of the Gods, 

(699iffi g^—«iQt^a) 2 I a€ai9<?Q q\q ajf€Q 

£I€€II9 fiiQIQ^I 96€igei— 2. An epithet 
which king Asoka prefixed to his name. 

[9— <iqQ QIQ Q^IQ ai9JQ f €99l9l 8a , I a6€!l9QT 

&Q|Q§fll <?«CQ a6€l|9Qr 9.|q QS»69 €99l9J°ga 

9ei99 (3. g^9a1) 9€€i«g^i qci giQ^j© 1 ] 

g°. ©— ^ I 99Q; 6S» (§. «OTI€IQ)— 1, Goat. 
J I ^ 9H^ (g. aspqiQQ)— 
2. An illiterate person. 
€9. 0— q©l a€€tl9— King Asoka. 
6Q3K3 (Q91I9)— 69fl«SlQ©si9 (€9«) 

DebSnl (etc) Dewani etc (See) 

SQQIOQQ -q° r 9 ( 9%] 90j 699 + Slff9Q ) — 

Debanuchara ^ [ e99©!Qf QOi— 1. An attendant 

of a Deity. . 
[ 9— 9$1 6 Q%? S9^6i 09 €1%9 0|^Q 
ac>oQ a%§j I ] 

-> I ^a699©ii Q9iia9 ? Qg, €i^€p (§ ^^q^ — 

2. i)emi-gods- 
6991^9-^°. '9—Qfll^9ib qgg gQ96€l<3— 

Debantaka Name of a demon described in 

the R&mayana*. 


G99I Q9 


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€9$ 


S9QI 9Q— G9. ^-^ I 'GWl* «§ ae> — 

Deba pada 1. The word <Give\ 

9 I Q|©g-— 2. Liberality. 

gwioo gag <asQ w flffi— $$ J9» fl9i««>©. to i 
SQ9I3— s. 9. ( ©is )— WW© wsugq W ai^fijfJ 

Debapi §jQ — Name o! a brother of king 

Santanu. 

SQOiQlSt— *. 9. ( 9*$ ®9j GQ9 + 21913 ) — 
Debabasa *. | G99ia£[ — 1. Temple. 

9 I afl,©^ — 2. The peepal tree. 

m | y& — 3. Heaven. 

■tf | qgqaa^Q — 4. The Sumeru mountain. 

GQQIGQS1— ST*. 9. ( 9$ »©i 699 + 2HS9CI )-flG,W- 

Debabesa O16Q Q99QIQ 1 2DqlQ 2B9^l9j Oiq$dl 

QQ9I; Oi%q«1 $q G99I— -The possession 

of a human being by a Deity, 

Debayatana Temple. 

69QIS|tt— 9°. 9. ( f><$ ©©; WQ+«p ) - 
Debayudha ^ I C99WQ Sl^, €1^, — 

1. The weapons of the Gods. 

[ £— uQQiq, awueQ era &Q G99©i$q cw 

QQ 21$ «8 I 301— i. 9$ SQ *I9€IS> Q$ 6 €191, 

9. S«iQ QQ^ 6 «^icr, **. 9%.«RQ aia, w. 

QGtiaQft Ql€t 6 *^€l, *- Q^W 9Gj, £- S«Q 

Qg 6 aia l ] 

J> I Ci^ftj QQ^Q— 2. Rainbow. 

GQ9IQUG— 3°. 9. ( CT9+aqaG* ^l "©^)— €W©W 
Debaradhana gjaiTOI 91 ep|-Worahip of a Deity. 

( 6WW9I— «Gn%g ) 
€Q9I©9— £1°. 9. ( 9$ ®% W9+«tf© )— S9G91- 
Debarchchana aftQI— Worship of a Deity. 

0Q fc q__ qcwiQQQ TO!G$*G9©9 sknoqw giq- 

The daily rite of worship performed 
by a Raja after bath. 

%9i§ftQ cQ9i©» saqeci 

GWH ( Q©tW )— «tlfi^ft©W ( 693 ) 

Debal ( eta ) Defwal etc ( See ) 

6W!fi>— G9. 9- < «*• OT9lfl>q ) -«. I 699l»£j— 
Debala 1. Temple, 

3*35 2. Illusion created by the Gods. 


699IG>q — S% 0- ( £%1 ©9i OT9 + «IOq > — 
Debalaya * | G9SJS; G99SQG(— 1. Temple. 
^ I %q — 2. Heaven. 

6QQI3, $r\ Q. ( 9^1©©;GW+W )— QQJZ «* 
Debaswa ©GfifiKM — Uchchaihsraba, the horse 

of Indra. 

GTOIQ ( QOiW )— G9f>IQ Q©h^ ( ew ) 

Debali ( etc ) Dewali etc ( See } 

SQQI@IQ~^°. Q. ( 9%\ ©©; €99+»W )— aq©— 
Debahara Ambrosia; nectar, 

GQ$QI-9°. 9—^ I ( G9<W ) aiSfl ( SQS ) 

Debika Dhatura ( See ) 

^ I Qiq$ QQ ( g- 9S?giGiQ ) — 
2. The river Ghagara. 

a — 

Debika tirtha 1 . A sacred place of Hindus; a place 

of Hindu pilgrimage. 

€Q5>91 <aa$? 9©$? C1« — ^93 9, ASIQQQ. 9C I 

/ I QQa PQl ( §$©9IQ ) — 
2. The river Sara]u. 
SQQ»— Sl°- M- ^L°- ( GW+QO )-^ I CQ93?iq«— 
Debila 1. God-fearing; saintly. 

(6W»l-ti) ? I 9Q«»a|?9— 2. Pious. 

eQQa-q°. 9. 41 . ( W9 + tf. <Q )-^ I ^1 S99QI— 
Debl 1* Goddess. 

9 I «9ia^; <3H— 2- The Goddess Durga. 

* I aitq«1; q»5ie<al— ». The chief queen. 
tt | 9iafiil — 4. A Brahmani woman. 

* I QOil. 91 SHQil H— 5 - A ^apected female. 

<?9$9IQ G9«13I<3 I J 

^ i ( cwis ) aiaaffl ( 693i ) 

6. Sllaparnni ( See ) 

p I ( G99i9 ) §9CT ( €9« ) 

7. Pil^anga ( See ) 

r l (€§9h©) ^i (W«)— 8- Marbba(See) 
(S I ( G9QM9 ) SJ9IQ a ( 693 ) 
9. Ashardhua { See ) 

10. Idityabhaktff ( See ) 


*9« 


C*5I'^IQ 


{ «f~5>r ; 


G969I$Q 


n I qdloi £ S9iq#«ai <1 ( §. assists* )-* 

11. A virtuous woman. 

w I Gftcwgdi ( fi. sQSiciQ )— 

12. The big variety of grass-root 

!•» ! 9QQI ( §, SfiKHOQ ) —13. Myrobalan. 
<v 1 ©§ ( g. £l93[gQ )— 14. Linseed. 

** I SN13I aol ( £.SIQSiaQ) — 
15. A kind of myna bird. 

69. «. $1— q©iaiw?Q aitqste 391 3Qi 

qsfalW QCII3 - The title of the Eanees 

other than the principal Ranee. 

GWa^lQ— G9. 9— t 1 W ©««* ©9B9I q©nQ 9$sfa 

Debldwara a<5»IQqi QIQQ^I aiQ^GaS — 

1. Name of a place on the shore of the 

Maha~uadi in the Dompara estate. 

S§> GQSi 9IQ Otf 91 9Cff sf«J 9.36Q ! 

2. Name of a range of hills in 

the Dompara estate. 
ateQ G^Si <ftQ GQ « 4 ccr 00 I qais>ia. ff©G9$,q I 
€<q"3l 9*31— G9. 0. (OKI)— A9IWSIQ aifllCKaQGOT — 
Debi nadl Name of a branch of the 

Mahanadi river. 


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Debipadahara Name of a sacred tank in 

Bhubaneswara. 

6QQI qja«l— «*. ^— 69S1 $1(914*1 ( GQfll ) 

Debl purana Debl mahatmya (See) 

€Q<3I $J€1Q«>-S .9. (909GI G9«£ aQCtfP QQ €3^ 98 
Debl bhagabafca $39 GQIQ^&j SI- a. G<31 )— 

3©» «ii9iqi q4©w qawGas— 

A mythological work on Durga. 

[ 9— G9Q €9@ «9I$L 99* ^ 69§ 69@ Q9- 

494 99§).l ^^ ^ Q9Q aQ ^ w * ^ r 9s,lQ 
G£19 Slg* I 6901 §l«i9©6Q 91^9 Q9Q gQQQl 

m® $o 1 <^G€i 9a9Ci? qaitoi 6 olostiQQr 

, Debi mahatmya Q<gsj 9g9l$9 SS?5 OfJI 9$? — 

Al mythological work on the acts done 

by Durga. 


6QSI Q«— 69 
Dobi ratha 


[9- 
€<M QGI— 3° 
Debi lata 


6991 9$— 3°. 
Debi sukta 


Debejya. 


9. (ora)— %9S« oao ©1a— 

The name of the car in which the 
Goddess Subhadra-is drawn during 
the car festival of Puri. 
<9I9 ®Qh 9 IS 699 QOft I ] 
. 9, ( 9°. 0$1 )— 

l^iiGQ 9hQ§© ttQI^G^^a ( 9GQ^f 
QQ^qsSI )— Name of a medicinal 

creeper. 
«P. ( 9». a. 6*% G^^Q QaflQiGQ 9^9f© 

^QQQQT Qg— Title of a vedic hymn, 
q. ( GW+QCM=S©M i ^Sh )— 
TO9% Q98Q-BTuhaspati, the pre- 
ceptor of the Gods. 


696QSI— ^°. 9. 4!. ( ^ql; 699+fija ) - 
Debesa t, | g$'G<$Q — 1. God Siba. 
(G9G9€d— W^a) > t 0|^^— 2. God Bisb^u. 
« I GQG^Q— 3 - God. 
* I Q^ — *. Indra. 
qQGQ^'-^. 9. ( *qi 9«y C99+QH ) — 

Debeshta t | e999lf ©— 1* Desired by the 

Gods. 

j 1 gww £^ — 

2. Beloved of the Gods. 
©— t I qQft— 1- Bdellium. 

^ 1 919160191 — 2. A medicinal plant. 
S^GQI^Q— S°- *?«!. ( G99+6JQQ-GaiQ )— 
Debottara t I 699 G99I aift Qfl^ 9^Q— 

1. ( property) Dedicated to the worship of 

an idol. 

) I G9 GSQiGQ ©G£|©© W$r*)— I 
2. (property) Applied to the worship of 

an idol. 

69. !>— G99 GS19I QIQ* QQ « 9^ — j 
Endowment; endowed property* 
[ Q— <Q 9Q 3G§I^Q, 86Q^€l €l©9lff 

6<q»eQI@JQ 2QQ9— G9. Q— flO 6 699 G39ia€^G9 aift* 
Debottara ain «fi| QftQQ Q®l9dlSJ« ^^6^ 9fii9i^ 
9M9I SOCl^ — The Endowment Act. 
[ ^_«9( Q§gfi 9IQ© a ^ ^r^» qiqq >o aQQ 
«iG*i] 


€9GQI<$G} 


( *rs>t> ) 


G©W '3ISJ 


*S9GQI®Q 9a$1 — GQ. 9— S9S9IQQ Q#$Q aQ^ftGia 

Debottara kamiti 99^IG996? gig ©qg 3§Q — 

' Endowment-committee appointed by 

the District Judge. 

Debottara ghena^ia madhyaswatwadhikari satvea 

qy^_A kind of religious endowment 
undertenure in the district of Cuttack. 

Q6QISJQ €»^Q— G9. Q-W Wl aiQ* Qfl^ GSq" 
Debottara nishkara qQq £§9iQ a0$| ©£!§} Qi§- 

Eent-free Debottar land. 

■696QIGJQ QIOTQ— W. § — GW G9QI aicf Qfl <) 
Debottara bajyapti G3gJ »9q 9W3 9H€§ Q°Q9 
93W flG^ISSW Sfllfl © Q!OTI% ©§GQ 
9Q ai£i W€i 2I2§J— -Resumed revenue- 
free endowed land. 

€QGQi§}Q G>IG®%- 6Q. «?-€W GTOI -atf.^* £?$. 

Debottara bahel q3q QW9 Q°qe ^QQlQ fllST.GQQ 

gj^gj — Confirmed Lakharaj dedicated to 

an idol. 

GQGQI^Q QGIQGJ;— GQ. §— ©QQia qgg sisr aiQ^Qi 
Debottara lakharaj GQGQl^Q Q§ — Revenue-free 

land dedicated to an idol, 

*GQ6Ql$l»— «• 9. (?<?1 W; €W + Q«I9)— 
Debotthana \ | Q©|Q ^QIQSl (G9«) 

(G9GW&Q— a©i%a) 1- Utthana ekadasi (See) 

J I $©ia© Q$po\ (GQS) — 
2. Utthapana chaturddas* (See) 

■€QGQW~a. ©— <K?g$iQ ^w egci— 

DebonmSda Beligious mania. 

g. SQSIQQ I) 

Debajaka %Gfl^ a^SJ-The mythological Sumeru 

mountain. 

Demak (etc) ; Dimak etc {See) 

Demaki Dimaki (See) 

^qj^epi— fliw. («tfXLQ) $— <> I WSJJI (G9«) 
Demulipuja 1, Depttja (See) 

2. The seat of a vfl&ge-Deity. 


Deya ' ^ \ Q|Q QQQIQ Q a 3^~~ 
(goqi— ^|) 1. Fit to be given away. 

-> I SIQI CQQKJi GWi 3191 GQQI Q©©~ 
2. Which must be given; payable. 

Q — €9^ aa 91 9g-^ 

A thing or money payable. 
Deradun qcil qfllGQ q W GQ«)-— 

(Gsqop— afliqo) Q^Q a^fl 9G9a 3$d© G«i?<i 

©Q 6 019IQ g©ai<a I— Name of a 

district and town in the North-western 

Provinces of India, 

GQ§— G9G<3>. (ffl. G^9)— G9Qi QIO QQq,— Delay. 
Deri gi. a— GQGQ (GQ«) 

Wllitt Dere(See) 

eQSQ— gi. a (Q©^ w?s>) ( «. q<}a)— a«i— 

Dere Like. 

GOQ ^ ^ 

-qI, I 9© *9 «e ^1^1 q? SQ QSwlqa i 

GQGSJQI J 

Dewan Minister; the chief executive officer of 

a abate; Dewan. 

[5 <i awl as? 69a 6 Q°q«iGGi o»q3] 

Dowan bahadur ^©s? Qai^6«g — An honorary 
title given by the India Government. 

6Qtlfl— 6§N, 9 Gn)-?©WKiW? a^— The post of 
Dewani a Dewan. 

Qtf— VJiq$ $®Sp ^Q ^QISiQ ^Ap- 
pertaining to the civil court; civil. 

Q9<$m aQifij^— €§6Q. s> GW-easj ^»qq»^GQ 

Dewani adalat ^^1^^ 6 ^g^l^lQ 3^G^ ^q,Q 

Q^QI-C — Chil court. 

gq<$\® ®n— gqgo. q (eri. gwiqI eif)— soi«i QQg$. 

Dewani am gggj" Q©gQG€! QOIQ Q% «GQ ^q,Q- 

fliefl G9IQ «iaiQ« GQGG 1 QQ§© G9IQ 

fllQg} — A king's court where_the king 

ia accessible to every suitor. 

Dew am khas ^Ol^rQ ^5 a^Q^ qq — 

Privy council. 


C^JMQI €TIW 


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€9«Qt»SW 


Dewani phataka GGX^SlQIGQ ©glQl§<? %<?! 9QG€lia 
C WflMfc? ; **rifcG* ff QQQl «l©QaiQ<?^ QQ1 

(G9*!G> ETISQ — ^Qh^J) Qft Q«|sa|<|— Debtors' 

prison; civil prison. 

[g— eaqf cq*qiqq qa aetata qsiqi flflQi 
sg$ ©titeio^ gs a©Gaia o qgq, $»gtow si*Jq* 

6 SQCjjCQOiqLQQI 3QS5GQ CT#1«I ETI&QGQ qq| 

qq q«wi<i] 

G9§I^-S9G9. 9 (ffl;) — t 1 Qlfi— L "Wall. 
Dewal > | gio^ aiGQSI — Compound wall. 

GG<§!«S€}— G§GQ.9 (ffl.)— QlffGQ flqflQi 2qraQG3«a— 
Dewalgiri Wall lamp. 

( CQ<§ IRG § — «Oi ^p) 

€Q<§1^— GQ. © ( 3 . <WQ| )— Qtf^Q 9IS1Q qaiQ&1 

Dewali ggiQigni — The new moon of the month 

£*Rt^t; %zr& of Karttika. 

6Q«l«l20 — OT- © — Q* QQGaia QQQI% 219?) — 

Dewalia Insolvent; head over ears in debt; 

cmlfiw l faWfirl; f*WTOT indebted. 

GQ€I— 3. O (^ a^«-«?8QI+Q^. '« )— * I W«Q 

Desa a°a9G€l«3 flWj giff— I- A part of the 

earth; a tract of country; place; region. 

/ I «Q ©ISiq 91 <5?gQI 9hQ9ISI Qi^flKWQ 

§>Q% Ql9§|ft — 2. A country belonging 

to one nation. 

* I 99169$$ 2l°€! — 3. Country; one of the 

component parts of a continent, 

4. A country of one's birth; mother country. 

* I qci — 5, Quarter of the globe; point of 

the compass. 

9 i GQ9Q «cr fl«wcr 91 a o a qi §ja } sq^q — 

6. A part or limb of the body. 
(Ml- W9S, S$G9a QQilO I) 

S> I GQfa§ QQiaQ SP9 — 

7. Part of a thing. 

Ameses e*i caitw 9i5)p— q«« 9- flQWO. a© i 
r | q<j. qoi- <q arcMtilQ ««»— 

8. Kingdom; state. 

g<$. q— M Qsqi «N|0— 1.' A particular tract of 

a country; locality. 


y\ Qlfl; QOTQ; flEW — 

2. Mofassal; the country side. 

* I 9I$MIWQ 9CKI ^ ©Qrfl QIQS!«SIGP- 

3. All the castemen of a caste-guild 

inhabiting different places. 

* | 9i*ag|QeQ QIQ2«<S 3$— 4. An assem- 
blage or meeting of a caste-guild represen- 
ting a large number of villages. 

(Ml— 3 ©SIOSI GQ€I Q3IQ $3 ©QI I) 

* I gimitil 91 OT*iaiQ«— 

5. The public or village community. 

9 i qe^Q fl$i w — 6 - The whole bod 7 of 

the subjects of a State. 
(Ml— GQ€I 91QCQ g^iQ QQISJ Q<S1 ?) 
[ Q— BGQSW3 G99GQ GGIIM WIG9Q $<3 1 
G<3€IQ 8Q a°€t?IIQQr Olfl 3G^9j 3GQS1Q S 9 

9Q«i; 05!siQ «ra ©fti; ©^IQ «i o €1 Q^asx? I ] 
G<m>€I9- ». ^. qr ( 90 at^=^ii QWi+94. s* ) — 

Desaka ^ | QQQQa9 ; «£!£— 1. A preceptor; 

(G9S9I— S$) teacher. 

-> I aiSOQSi — 2. A governor. 

€Q^IQ— 3. ©— GQ€1I9 ( GQ3 ) 

Desakari Desaksha ( Sea ) 

(G^aaiffll— aQifiw) [ 5 — G^aQal, G9a9i9, gq^i- 

d»IQ # OT«I«1, eWflftlQ, QQWW, QQ®\Q\, GQ€1- 

€ii<s>!q smsgq siqm G^coggxi qo«1 aft 1 < g^ 

GCi^ I] 

GQ€IQK3@— 3. W- q? (G9a+QIO+S- aiq. 9(|. a) — 

Desakalajna i | GSS5* GQ© G^3lq,Q6 Q©Q gsiq; 

(TOTOIfia— 4) 3Q Qfli Q§ QI* QGQ— 1- One. 

(GQSQIftt'SI — 9) who acts properly, keeping in 

(G9Cl^lft^^ — W*i%a> vie ^ tne manners and 

customs prevalent in a country and the 

proper time for action. 

J I NQ QI& CQQ* GQSIGQ 6 GQQ - QI»GQ 

qgs G^iQffl^ ew^aa^^iT q^g^ 

QI* QGQ — 2. One who adopts himself 
to his present surroundings or circum- 
stances. 

GQ€i Ott aie—^. © (9«,; GQ9+-Qi»+ai^)— Gof«3 

Desa k51a patra Q\& «Q9I€J Qaqg Qlff, QQqjJ ; 
q?l^ 6 9|qk3 QQq§ ^H^— The proper 
place, time and person with reference - 


CMPJOQ© 


( *rrK ) 


ewn 


to an abt; the proper place, tim# SaAffl 
object of an act? the surroundings; 
all the circumstances connected with 

an action. 

DesakSJabit GW9lfflf te^s) — 

Desakajajfia (See) 

««*©l©7-fllG9. (TO) $.— WW^aG© agi«j[Mfl #?l 

Desa kali aicT- saitfl aa gq GQq[ G$Q SNQflQI 

fctyiQ a$q|g|-*The sum of money for 

which a pilgrim executes a bond in 

favour of his PaiidS at a holy place, 

when he has not sufficient money 

to clear the Panda's dues. 

G9€ie9— G<J. 21.—*. I G«l?<l GQ9G$ — 

Desake . 1. In one country- 

J I £)GGW GQQGQ- 2. In every country. 

* i era $3 «h©gq — 

3. In different localities. 
Desaja ~- '' Produced in a country. 

G9.w.(«a©« sqbiqqiqsiw w$a q<ai)— gs$ 
€tQ?A© e%© 291 *Gi QQOq «M%a3 

GQISSg — Words current in a language 
which have been borrowed from any 
Indian language other than Sanscrit. 

1V- G$a$ %$i as «* © awiMfQ Gfltee %a q8sis 
6 G3$ SQflitf «4^I'«g» qd«j-fij«wi©Q^ asii 

qfinflioff^aaowsiiQ^ gsq awrow oa e>f» 
gqiq aid «fft CTflio^'OT«fl? «i«wi Qa siQsg 1] 

€Q€l«Q€»e©— GQ. a.— ©IGI GQSIGQ; 9$© G93GQ; 
L Desa desake " GQaG<?€ll$QGQ— In different 

countries. 

qp qg« $&« s&q, cQeie^as* 9G9a ^a I 

6Q€l€Q€li— TO. &-HMa©G9«GQ Ql QQ QQ GQSGQ 

Desadesa Q^Q q«|SI.9— Various languages 

spoken in different countries. 


... ^9©;G9fla»l^0 I," ; 

6Q>€i fci3— 9.£>, (£%1«®i GWH$H- ;: ;: ^ 

Desadharma? q$s go»$ Bfle^ Q*»99IG* WS50 <3IQ- 

The usages of a country; customs and 

manners^ of a country* 

G<3>€1 GffQQI-GQ. &-^€W€WQ -.a**Q. «8»r?V'? 
Desa pheriba To travel in different countries* 

(G9W»9$1— $1) ( a person) Resident in a country. 
GQ3! G>l@iQ— GQ. Q. (9. G9«+9fiTO)— «a«fl ^9SL 
Desa bahara G^9I$Q$ ©9 GWI €j0 QBQSfc 
CSr*ff^3 ©SW — Transportation; driving away 
^frTf TOW T of an offend or from a country; 

banishment. 

Banished; exiled* 
GQ€l 9HIQ-— 9. 9- (pgl O^i GQ€l+OaiQ)— 
Desa bidhana QQ® X$ (G9«l) 
(GWQ*^a©iSa) Desa dharma (See) 

GQ€I ©GQ€I— 9- 9.— «MI G9a <S 3Q G9Q — 

Desabidesa One's own country and abroad. 

GQGqSI-9- 9.— GQfal8.C0aGQ ©§^' W $?I3I€J- 

Desabhasha g^| Q<3l — The spoken language of 

a country; the vernacular of a 

- - °^ u ntry ? 

Desa mukha Q| gQQiQ Q^QiQ —The landlord of 
>v-: ~ *-"■ -4 Pergaunah in ancient Orissa^ 

GQ€! %9-r9- «.— * I GWI^— 

uesarapa 1. Justice, p 

3 I §199^—2. Propriety. 
• l 3€l°§€> GQ^t— 3 - A S ood country. 

GQai^Q-W. 0. .(«. WWW)— ^3 ®«>«— 
Desaura A messenger. 

gQaisjst sq^ Qsoa wvq ^^Q » 6 Q g^aiff— gioVgc^j «awfli-r"' 

GQ€iiQ— 9. Q— q3dlQca«— 

v Desaksha Name of a secondary musical air 

(GQQi<a1— toh%q) - [ §-<i9i cww4«i- 

■ 9. wgiciQ 1 ] 


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qq4 9Q$ 


Desfibfctra GQfl atf (cQ«t)-Desadharma ( See ) 

€0«IS$— 2. • ("HI ®®J €<?a+afcs> )— tfW9«^ 
BefMtfaaa Oft CM GQ9 $WI— 

* 3 * a **°' 1 acwaa Trarellin £ in different lands - 

De&Sdhipfc 1-King. 

( «flMOQ— «OM%a ) ^ V«WQ SJ3S»Q$ — 

2. Ruler of a country. 

Des3nta*a ast©ai® ) — \ I «G«i CQ3— 

1. Another place; 

2. A. foreign oountry- 

3. Banishment; deportation. 

(geography) Longitude. 

Deiantara kariba To send a person to exile'; 

to deport < 

Desantarita Banished . \ 

€Q€II^Q— €<?. Gfl W. G9SI9Q©)— Wlfoj qQWQ 
Desantarl «©*i G^S^, CSft© ( aaqal )— 

Deported; banished. 

aql 9iqg99 Cfcest wais < 3— ' qa'wa. fffccsns ' 

€Q«J$qq— a. w ( coai^Q+QQi^GQ «q ) — 

Desantarlya i I OGQeil^j QGQQCQ ©I© 91. 6JW— 

1. Foreign; produced in a foreign 

country. 

j I mo* wwral— 

2. Residing in a foreign country. 

3, Relating to another country. 


Desia QCOj SSI—SCrCOU^ OlOGQSa) — 

* I GOSl^— 1- Pertaining to a country. 

j i geraftW; fltfta— - 

2. Eesident of a village; rural. 

fliw ( 9^aa ) §— $£> «£««©«*— 

A low caste of Sadrae living in 

Jayapura. 

G0?0— tf. Q— ^ l ( €9e+a©i€& QS )— 
Desika a^j 9l€*ia— Traveller. 

2. Preceptor; teacher. 

1. Index finger; forefinger. 
/ I %01 (t- €l©ai«Q); «*— 2. Needle 

Desi t I G9%- 1- Pertaining to a 

country, 

' I ^699)^ SC9« ©IS>; «69€J fl§©— 
2 Country-made; pertaining to, made 

in or born in one's native country. 

( saat — G^«1 «JfiU> G9Ql ©©, €9Stl 9IOT, OT9l 

GQl^l Q9MQ t ) 

• i (9OTIWT ■ togs) aa^ q«Q q&ij q«V 

** ^S«« — 3, Fame of a secondary 

musical ah\ 
[ q— <i^CQaw W»l|i Sfl^»aQ «I«GQ 

4, One of the 2 varieties of music. 

5. A kind of male dance* 

DesIjhSuB Casurina Muricata. 

e<5€fl Q%9— €9. «• (3. 9^«;WQ)— <3 &&G§ CMO 
Deal babur Q^ ©IfflSj €|Q— Acacia Arabica 

^, (Kirtikar). 


€9d1 91919 


( mrVm ) 


Q®*ZW 


•€9«1 QJQIfl — GQ. 9.— QIQITOIO^ $fl$>GeiS— 
Desi bjJdama Indian Almond tree . 

De&Jya ^«]a — 1- Pertaining to a country, 

(Walqi— <fl) -M SSOas&o— 

, 2. Swadeshi* eonBtry-WACfe' 

* I gGQdla — 3» Local; indigenous. 

^ * I 693 I3©®9 — 4. Prevalent in a country, 

a FflWGfc "fllfln— 5. Provincial rural 
S.J& §9«t£| (««*» €19 S€G£q§> Up- 
standing in ot occupying the position of. 

(gbii— »C«Q:fft GQdlq as§ I) 
GQ. §<3.— €93© (69«) — Desaja (See) 

^Q^p — W- W. U°. 6991^) — flOT«»;fll$<R (GfiW) — 
jJeiuS . * Kustic (person}.' 

' {q<jQ«— -§8019) W>1*?) ^WMWI" 

Desya A- thesis; the major proposition in a 

«S9«N-^1) -; syllogism 

9d.— (OTa+a«W!&a. 3)— GQeflq (GQfil) 

Desiya (See) 

g^q— a. §a.-"q° (9l9 + TO9qi62L Qf>— «©6^ ««©& 
Deshtba «Q n $ 9iff€ilQ— Very liberal-, bountiful. 

gq^— a. $xa. (qi aiq+aloica- Q§ # . Ql^)' - 
Deshnu v i Qioeflft— 1. Bountiful; liberal. 
J I 9Q*5I— 2. Unruly. 
9. — U £8191 — 1- "Washerman. 
3 I 90, — 2. The moon, 
.gQg— 9. 9. (W ai^— CQOQ 9Q9I; <9§> Q$9|-f9# 
Deha a) — «. I OT9; 00—1. Body, 

2 t Anointing; plastering; smearing,. 
. • I aCT S9*CF— 3. Limbs, 
v |«||W> — 4. Life. 

* I 9§b % a ~ 5 - Ima s e ; form - 

* # [ Q— G99 9ft 3919; GS3I@Q 6 3631$©; GSt©9 
€^9 ^^a-b?q^ 6 «$© I »G£H0» €99 — 
*6W©, $& «.> ©«© * SOOT €996Q 09% I 

<19! 391^03 95$® 38 €$>9<tel flfi I G99 

9ftrQiero g^« 9GQ 1 s* asanas] 
G«?. ©— ^ * W& $1° — L Lifetime. 
( sal— «f QIQW GQ99GQ <Ja§ QMI Qf '© 


} l.fllgi — 2. Health. j Y -}-. 

teal— ow G99 «qa G9IQ«© 1) 
€99 (qsn») — 99 QoW (£9«) * . ; - w 

Deha (etc) Diha^etc (See) 

€99 Q^-a. ©. (Qaa$; C99+9& <ak w)— 

DehakarttS «. | q^9i!9 fl^ w l- The 5 prime 

elements of* Nature. 
> I QS,Q-God, + 1 3& — The sun. 

69960—69. £. 9d-«li99 9|Q S&iGQ— 
Deha&e B During the lifetime of . : 

Deha kosha ^ | ©4j OSI^t — !• The skin covering 

* the body. 
^ I 8^—2. The wings, - 

GQ@Q^— «. 9. (*<|1 OQ; G^-H^) — 
Dehakshaya 5 | gl^O^H^ ^Gl— *1. De*ath. 

9 I QQtQQ ©GHfl — 2- Deejay of the body. 

* i QQQ —'3. Sickness; disease. 

€99 0©9I— OT. * l — qSLftQ^'j ?1Q9I— :: 
Deha chhSrdibS To die- 

eQ90-e- M. (W9+©ff ai^+©(|. «i)— 

Dehaja Qt?9^ sjqq — Born of the body. 

(GW&I— <l) p. C— qjj-Son. ■ 
eQ90©9l— W. ^—^ I «wq 6«iaQ q^ €9^1— 

Deha jaliba 1. Becoming angry or enraged. 

^Tt ^Tl a^>s«i flea c»iey gi<i eQ^ 1 oq i 

> I Of ao$0 €991 — ^2. Suffering of pain. 

* I GQI^QI— 3- Burning. 

v I €K»6Q €?IOI QW €991— 
4, Burning sensation in the botjy. 

€Q9 ^ia— go. §— aiqw 9Q } 95191 — 

Deha |aaa Bodily strength; physical power," 

€Q9 d^— «P. 9. ( £%1 99^3 699 +*§ )— 

Deha dharma €1^099 g$Q 91 ^ — 

The attribute of the body. . 

«5 » aifi^.tt ©:§! 09^ a^t* 

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€99 *IQ9 


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€99%99IQOT9* 


€99 aiQ9— s°. 9. ( 699+^— aQ9i+'9<$. s»p )— . 

Deha dharaka a^j <f |^j — Bone, 

y. 93 — «!QlQaiq — Corporeal, • 

€99aiQ«- «P. S. < P<§19% C99+ai9«a )— 

Deha dharatia t | €iqQQ Qgi. «nW Qfll; 9|"€jfi9f- 
1. Living; subsistence, 
* > I W — 2. Birth. 
* I W*qg %a £93 9Q9! — 2. Assumption 
of a oorporeal body or form. 

€Q9UiQ-s°. w. £°. (699+ a ai^aa9i+9|". qo? 

Deha'dharJ *fl|. <.9 ) — <. | sai^jQ aqjj ag* €W1— 
(€99a!Qtf1— $1) . 1, Oorporeal; in flesh and blood; 

haying- a body. 
J I SRWaiSli 0)9© — 2, Living. 
€99 9 $991— 69. £—99 Q a§9l~ ( 693 ) 
Deha na sahiba Diha na sahiba ( See > - 

11 •Tl 1$J * 6* qffl gfl^Q $Q£Q Q|«Q 

€99 Ql« — q. Q -9(*w%1 Q9i699 + 9ia)^-C999ilQ ( 693 ) 
Deha nasa Deha tyaga ( See ) 

€99 319—3°. 9— €99©Hiei (€93) 
Deha pata Deha tyaga (See) 

€99 q$9Q— S*. W. (^1 W; €99 + 9499)— £1191 
Deha£ushtikara €99$[ s^i 91 S19Q 9q<I — 

Nourishing. 
€99 9$ - s.,9. ( aaj»Q aiciq€9 w )— 

Dehatattwa £ I a^Q 9^o— 1. Physiology, 

' > I aQLQQ 9©9"a°€l 9$| €11^—2. Anatomy. 
€990Hia— a. 9. ( 2«|1 9© ; 699+OT3)— 
Deha tyaga sjq. gyg] q h |q— Death. 

€999—3. S>. (699 +91 ai$+98. a ) — 

Dehada 0IQ9- QIQ— Quick-silver; mercury. 

€99919— 69. 9. ( $1 8969 3%3% )— ^QQ 919— 
Delia dana ( a woman's ) Letting one's self to be 
• copulated by a man. 

. _ cgnqq cq^qis ©a ecu qv© t ^asFfc; flsiQQO <u$ i 

Sacrificing or offering of one's body for 

a certain purpose, 

€99 \# €991 .—.69. Q— 99 fliqa G9QI ( 693 ) 

Delia, dukha heba .. Diha kharapa heba (See) 
€99*6991— G^.^ — Ctf flfl€Q) qjqpQ Stfsl fl919 
- Deha deba, .* qqqi— (. a female) Tp allow one's self 
;:> to be copulated by a male. 


, <i«isi cotaqi oietis q92^ 

■ « $ec S09 sos« 99 oi a5w i $339, flWQQ. ae t- 
€99 U€}9I— 69. 9\ ( 9°. 699 ,aiM )- 

Deha dhariba t, | £3$, 3Q9I; TOSji Sq!99l— 
C^«^1 1. To have patience. 

? I 9*91™ & To live 

6999^(^0—69. W ( 3°. 6999© )— eigQai^;. 

Dehabanta(nta) 699ai i 3] — 

cw^^l Having a body; corporeal. 

$41*1 $3i qvo Qoifli^ g°giess eaeQ €09^91— 

9i«l fleeii?3. cgasi^ ^ctei 1 
€99919—3, 9«. ^°— 699ai^*€l^ [ 31-— 

Dehaban Corporeal . 

( 69999-«J ) 3. 9. q.*—«fl9— 

Animal; living being. 
€99919—69. 9(3 G99+9W9>-9«'9I fij.91— * 

Dehabasa The cloth which^a man puts on. 

€99 Q%— 9169. ( finQQfi ) ©«— 696^.9% ( 69« ) 
Deha bharun Dehe bharufi ( See ) 

€99%©— «• 9. ( 699+^ al^t+9^. 9 8)-l I $19- 
Dehabhrut 1. Aminal. 

j> itatfi— ?• Soul 

*. §>a— 699al^l ( 69« )— Dehadharl ( See ) 
€99 flWI— V. 9. ( ^^1 OOj €99 + SMI ) — 

Dehajatra 1 | a^Qg^l- 019910^193 W«eQI«l«— 
1. Subsistence; living; support of life; 

livelihood. 
* I $pi$ flQ^l — Death. 

€99 931 -69 9. ( 9%i W,; G99+Q9I )— 

Deha raksha ^ G99sai§)l (69«)^ Dehajatra [Bee) 

€99 Q@9I— 69. «*— ( 69g9, SltfSflQ ) ?15l9j - 

Deha rakhiba To die ( said of anchorite^). 

CW^ WT$3l €09% q^ otf a* ^% aia— giQl. aqgQ^ciiai 1 

€99^a@l(6@;Q €991— €9.^—^ i «iaeii.Qa^69fa§ 
Dcharu cbhar^a(rde)i deba 9I& 91691^ 9191^^, 
(699%S9tQ9i — aQiqa) <aSl|Q6991— 1. To dis-^ 
own any responsibility or guilt. 
> I ©90iq» aaa.9#^5»JQj399l.r- . 
2. To cut off all connection. 
©aso & ci4fq eg 5^9^ • ■ 


€09 Ml 


( *rr# ) 


G9$Q 


GQ©QQI— GO. 9<a (e. 609+^)— Q9WH ( 60S ) 
Deha laga Diha laga ( See ) 

gq <*?ti«ia p^>a°at, $aQ.Go$Qai oral-*- qpo. carom q© \ 
J I G09GQ QQ— 
2. Absorbed in the body of. 

G^IQffl^QIQ 9^0 €OV««l I 9W9- TOW©' "*«> I 

GWOI— e- 9 ( G09+Q ai^-B«WW QQOI, 6SI<3<a 
Dehal* QWI+Q(|. a-|-2l)— SOm; 30^ — "Wine. 

€0®Ql-«. ( 609+Q ai^Q9<a «ftQi+Q<|. a+%1 

Deball § )-* I OQQIOQ OOQ Qiq 4$ — 

(G090 -aQ^Qa) 1- Threshold; the lower log in 

a door-frame. 

<so wiq gs*a C990I 90iq€Q— on* egflqat©^ 1 

2, The raised terrace in front of a door. 
Deha sanku Stone pillar. 

6Q9 qpi— €9. §a— 99 qoi (GO*) 

Deha suia Diha sUlS (See) 

Deha samohari^i Daughter. 

QQ@ €1IQ— tt. $ (£<$1 9©j G99+9I®)— G09Q QIQ 

Dehasara QQiefj flg|. ag 6 9l°3fct flaiH GfOgOi- 

§£3<g — Marrow; the essence of the 

body. 

M (0$« «)— 31910 699 flip aoS« sis- 
Having the body only in existence* 

6Qg $91901 — GO. 4? (ff.CW+TO;»SL)— Wf«8 M^ 
Deha sublJibS GSfat Q^Q 39<»G9QI — To be 
699GQ 391901 1 _. Q „ bearable, 

699GO 9391 J aQH ^ « ™««" ° ro * ^ ^ 

6091©— CCgq. QiGQ (swws 6 9'9$?) 0. ftn.GOOio 
Dehat =gia. $o. «§ aefco s* <i£ afi?)-qer3Q— 

Moffassal; the country-side. 
G0$1©— GO* 9 ( 9-\ GOOI^)— WO ©IO — 
Dehati .- Lifetime. 

6?60. ai69 (;§°9§a ) Q*— ♦ seraa**; giflt— 

Rural. 

GO. a— GOjJ (G9«a)-I>ehi (See) , 
GQ9IS0IQ— GO. 9 (*KJGK> gG^l«)— 699| «W a€& 
DehStmabSda <0^p . 9Q— Materialism; the 
doctrine that the soul is identical with 

the body. 

*9* 


G9$I$J— 69. 9d— 699*19; G99W0G1— 
Dehadhi * One having the body; corporeal. 

gq9W w gs 9«fl— as«i9§. egflQ§ ^siloi 1 

Dehanta Death. 

60$I$Q— «• 9- ( aOH-h699; otfai. qgh— a$Q» 
Dehantara 8Q0als> ) — ^ | asw ^gQ— 

1. Another body. 

-> 1 a^ s^gq «a^Q 919 nq qq\$< q^q — 

2. Another embodied state accordipg to 
the doctrine of transmigration. 
* I ( G99 + a$3 ) q^ — 3. Death. 

GQ§— GO, 9- ( Wi ) ( «. GQ9 )— G99> a^Q— 
Dehi Body/ 

a»©GQ agQ GQGfii SIS' GQ^-^a^. 991SJQO 99 I 

GO. a— 91Q— By- 

G0§9— GO, a— G0§ ( G0« ) 

Dehiti Dehi ( See ) 

gcg9 es©« e^© ai» p*o $091 cow sssq 

GQ<3! -tt. m. 9f. ( 609+ «S aefeQ Q»^ tfli ^9 ) — 
Dehi ggg^ sgi9lQ G09 ag— Corporeal; living. 

( GOg^ — d ) 9— t I SMl—1. Animal; living 

being, 
^ I ^jqj_2. The soul. 

GO- $. ( 90m )— G09i €igQ— Body. 

G90 G©0 qQ Q^aSSJ GQ31 — $89°9« «9ICJQS>. 9».* 

€0§^— GO. 9. ( 3- GO90 )— ""t I ?991Q^* V 
Dehuidi 1. Lion's gate. 

C*Wfc C^ft / ' ^OQ OQ©tj 9l5Syi« — 
%^^ ; ^41^ 2. The sudder door of a house. 
* I <3Q%9QIQ 01$ SftQ— 

3. Gate; portico; vestibule, 
v I g9Q g^lff JKTO.fllQ— 

4. The main gate of a house. 

GQ§§> tlOl — 60. Q— q©l^ QQ^qpO Oi^% 
Dehurgi mana q»IG0€l^G3 q»9lQ%si9Qiq[_ 

CTfW <PT 5?qi3QI ©G'Sa— Refusal of 

%3T$t ^^ admission to a RSjS's palace 

( GOSQ a^O — S)£>iQ3 ) issued to an offending 

person. 

6Q§Q— GO. §— Q9Q>9I Qa^Offi}? «a(ai»G«w— ^ 
DeHuri Family title of Sabara people. 


tfti&CPl 


( *«T9 ) 


QQQQ 


giw« (-09010 ) Q. {a. gqq ).— 

■ft 1. W 6WO* Q|-«0» GQQQ1Q 0» Q9Q— 

1. A priest of a forest Deity. 

2. The servant of a village Deity*. 

gi6Q. ( §*9§a ) ©— si9i9l oi^q^lfe S3 

TOfifa G3W — The non-aryun sebakaa 
of the PahSicli Goddess of Singhbhum. 

€Qss> ^91— gi€Q, ( ^ai^sA.) ■£— toq« ewi— 

Dene' thiba . — _ To be pregnant; to conceive. 
( "GOTO QgQI— BC*qa ) 

€fi?6*Qft— fl<w. ( wwa ) ©«— «wa— 

Dehe bharun - Pregnant. 

^QGS'Q— flIW. ( ««5»lo ) ^-^©I^GOS— 

Dahera ' A class of Sudras. 

Deheri G9&Q~A servant of a Deity. 

€9-».«vftlvQ«.)-4»^— ■■■■- 

## Curd, 

«3Q1 ( QQW )-9Q©i QW( GQ«f) 

Daita ( etc ) Daita etc ( See) 

«§9IQ -69. 9— ©3©i« ( G9S ) 

Daitari Daityari ( See ) 

Daiteya Demon. 

^ 1 q© — 2. The Ascending Node, 

CW-q°. c>. 4 fl . (■«KH-«a©iiGa a )— 

Difitya t I GQ6S% qaa— 1. Deinon. 

> I ©^^Qfi— 2. Thorny plant. 

€§©M 8 q$— Q°. Q. ( £$Ta©j G§&+^ )-SiqQS|QS 
Dadtya guru flflfiU^ qSICjJi— Sukf ficharjya; the 
(^S^G*'*©** — a©iQ.a ) preceptor of the Demons. 

6^1$^^*. S. ( 9$ to- G?«i + ©+^J?*IIStr 
D^yaiiJ^ana $»y $$91+$$. w )— Q% — 

A name of BftKpu 

T^tyajguru ( Se% V 


Daitya Juga G#?©Mfl|QQ? CTOI aoaiGQ <Q qPj 
* 6Q90KIKW Gt^QIGQ QiQ- 9©IQ 9QS 

An aeon or age according to the calcu- 
lation of the Demons which is equal to 
the 4 aeons in human calculation. ' 

Da^bya sena 1. An army of- the demons. 

-> I (0|fl) g©IQ©« QQhIj GQQGWI9 Qfi^ 6 

GQSil eQSWQ ^1— Wife of the demon 

_ Kesi, 

6QQHJ— s. Q. 5,1. ( gcq«<+^. a )— 

D^tya .«. | a^tift I. Demoness. 

) I OQi— 2. Wine, 

3. Fame of a soetotfed hertr. 
g3>OSI€J— ^. ^. l f>%] ©©^ G<$©i + gQ ) — <(|^- 
Daityari , A mrm of Bwftau. 

A name given to males, 

Daidhishabya fa g ^ ^ (S f| 9 gj Qg q^ |0 ( e . a )_ 
(G^^hf— ^) A son born of a remarried widows 

Dgina Poverty; wretchedness. 

©« ( W+q^lGef a )— G^ft©— 

Daily; diurnal. 

Da|nandina e | fl Q W wqflQ|. 3©w31sjj gfcigQ- 
CG?^°^Q— SQm^Q) 1. Daily; diurnal* 

* I 3«W <3WI— 2. Occuring daily. 
«^ ^ S«— «. i g^QQ ( §. €lQq|gQ ) - 

1. Every day; daily. 

y I tt^QQ— 2. From day to day. 
fiS©— «i Q; ( «. fiSw )-^QQ6> ( €Q« ) 

Dfilni Dakii (See-) 

€§©Q— 9. 9*. ( W+Wl€rf. QQ )— 

Dlinika* fttpgNtaQQ -*ii- Daily. 

^ IS3K?IQ<?i qciGQ OGi — 

2. Happening in the daytime. 

• I WU e «IW^2, Per tainlng^to tfife '^j;' 

* i m\<$ 4Mec^4N G9iQ ai€€i— 

4. Whiah can be done in a' day. 


&30QI 


( +rr9 ) 


W«a 


* l S3I91 9QW. g&lSQ $4.(-W9l ) — 

0. ( newspaper ) Published every day. 
-e§TOI~«. Q. ('W+QQ+31 )— QQ flSjQ- SQ- 

* Dainika Daily wages. 

ew-a. q. ( w+39. g )— 

D §l n J a ^ I QQ9I; 9lQ£i-l. Poverty; 

wretchedness. 
y \ WQ9I — 2. Distress. 

* I 2J©€i£| qMII9ai— 

3. Pitiable condition; misery. 
"* I 3$ia — 4- Affliction; distress. 

* I GGQI^Sa — 5. Dejection. 

9 i «iw e^q $j9eGa<a, sum aio, S9« 91 

1, Pathos ( in literature ); pathetic 

feeling. 
GO. 9— QQ9i WQ ai&Qj— Doleful prayer. 

«9i« es cos* gsjgQ Qefi i q$. cgflqaiey i 
-€§©—«. W- ( 6W + 9W.I6& »■>—;■ 
Daiba t I G99S>! «ft^eSWftO-*- 
{GQ^ — %1) 1. Divine; relating to God. 

2. Providential. 

* 1 www ataxias— 

3, Pleasing to God. 

5- Natural; not artificial. 

9—^ I 8Q A €UG9f$ «9 QS13 $919 — 

1. A form of marriage according to the 

Hindu Sastras. 
[ g— < 99I9GQ QOW^T ~9€i^ 0<A«r 9& 

? I «9%j ^€H; 9#—2. Destiny; fate. 

3. Providence; the Creator; God. 
v I CWOI— 4- Deity- 

* 1 ©ai©w oq9$ 0^1 §aiO— 
5. Divine dispensation. 

? I QSWil©© S»S? — 6. The result enjoyed 

by a person due to his acts in a previ- 

\ ous existence. 

9 1 «cr©''0$^ G$9 «i — 

7. The tips of 'the fingers. 
.$^9— 3°. 9. ( 6$9+«a. © 
Dajbaka GW'SI — Deity. 


5>SG$ 


GWQSt— «»• 0. ( $&aij G<$9+$tf )— 

Daiba karma G99©|9IQ<? Sgqi ©Q9i 

(G§9 Ol& — «fOi%$) SIQ^S) £W ©# — 

Religious rite; an act performed to 
1, propitiate the Gods. 

[3— s@, G9©s>a<a, qq, wifl, 091, aqasi 209^ 

GQ9 9^ q9iai<l I] 
Daibaki DkoaKI (See) 

eoQ 3sg— gq. §. «d— GSQicaieo (to*) 

Daiba krame Daiba joge (See) 

6§q Gi^-Hy.9.($><%1 ©©jGW + QQ)— V I G-39Q 9<$9 
Daiba gati stoSICQ 0*01 QtQJj tflfeaiQ— 

1. Providence. 
? I 2BQ?9> Q$9l — 2. Accidental happening. 

GQQGIOII— «. «; (C§9Q© «Q QCiqi 99§«99Q0)— 
Daibagatya * | GWCtQ4?Gfl — 1- Accidentally. 

5 I eiQSlifc; G?9I9~2. Unexpectedly. 
* t 93 ©W 3^363 — J. Providentially. 

Daiba ghatana eSvft G*?9 %,Q)— ^ I SiSSjWS* 9HQIQ- 

«©9© d*91 — 1* Accident; unexpected 

occurrence 

> I QCWQ «© — 2. The course of fate; 

providence. 

Daiba gharia , The worshipper of a lieity. 


DaibajfTa al4+«^- «) 


q^I©— 1. Fortune- 
teller. 

2. Astrologer. 

C)G€I<3— 3. A caste of ptofessional astro- 
logers. 

Daibak 1- Dei'y- 


G*W <a?i?— 


2. The Gods. 


Pertaining to the Godd 

Daioa tirtha «ig^S— Tne tips of tne fingers of 

the hand* 


€<§$<5$ 


( *rcr ) 


qgq& 


[5— <(-9l€t €9Q©lfll£>£? W C « 9€tQI g^GQ 

GQQ Q^-^a. (Qtfai; cSQ+og)— 

Dajba dan<Ja 90!0^ QfQi ^feffi — Divine visita- 
tion; providential calamity; divine 

judgment. 

GQQ <3IG— 3. © ( Qtfa ! i €^Q+QQ )— 2J9; 068— 
Daiba dlpa The eye. 

Daiba durghatana Dajba durbipaka (See) 

Daiba.. durbipaka ljtfishap, 

} I Q<$)C|y — 2, Misfortune; an evil turn of 
fate; adverse circumstances. 
* I Q$? §« «KtfUGQ Q«QI §SQ— 

3, Pre-ordained misfortune; affliction pro- 

ceeding from G-od; divine visitation. 

4, Cruelty of Fate. 

Daiba durjoga $$qiq (n«) 

(S$te e9W*-«Qi%3} Daiba durbipaka (See) 

Daiba nisbtba $QS<i© aiQ*G§9QQGQ $QQ 9€Q> 
GWQQ l«©ioa ^WW— Absolutely depend- 
e^QQQ^ J ^- ing upon Eatei fatalist. 

(e5wti-%l) I 

Daiba prasna SING'S ©jgjq|— A question about 

the future. 
6W 9«— «, f>«. — fi^Qiate (G9«) 

Daiba basa Daibadhina (See) 

Daiba basataft Daibagatyg (See) 

G^Q Q£I$-~GQ. $\ W.— («. W MIO) 
Daiba basaru G^te GS3IGQ (GQ«) 
fo^tf* " Daiba joge (See) 

Daiba bani 1, jfvoice from Heaven; a 

revelation. 


J i $*q€Q8 — 2. Divine ^command. 

* I $Q<3h q$CQ SQlS© GQQOW %$?— 

*^ 3. Oracle. 

4. The Sanscrit language. 
[5 — <Krl WOWiW Wg© WH 391 8^. 

sigq wra QQ§ 1] 

Daiba birdambana G^^aiQ (G9«) 

Daiba durbipaka (See) 

G§Q GOIQ— 3. ^-— * I G^Q «3WI— 

Daiba joga 1. Accident. 

2. A concatenation of accidents. 
G<fo 6<ai€€l-C9. 3. •*.— 9G»j SWIQj <3>0|Q— 

Daiba ]oge Accidentally- by ohance;, 

fr^WlE^t providentially. 

GQQ GRGI9— 3. 9 — «WQ (§. SI)— 

Daiba lekhaka A fortune-teller. 

Kapalalekhana (See) 
GQ9I9 — a. a. (e^5> €1©Q *«B. ^9.)— v. I awi; 90|€h 
Daibat 1. Unexpectedly; accidentally. 

> I 2TO*© q$6Q— 2. By chance, 
m I epiQ? Q©l$6^— 3 - Providentially. 
GW!GQ€I— ^. Q. (9*1; GW + aS9«)— S^99i«)l;. 
Daibadesa ^q^— Revelation; divine 

commandment. 
GSQIftflO— «. W. ^1 «3j G?9 + aa|©) - 
Daibadhina ^ | «G^f©0— 1. Supernatural. 

* I 3W€)Qj «J^qqQ— 2. Divine; in the 

hands of Providence. 

3. Subject to Divine Dispensation. 
GQQiq§— tt. WL (^^1 9©: G^9+.aq^)— 

Daibayatta g^^ialQ (G9«) 

Daibadhina (See) 

6TO1C9— flicQ. (Q«was)) '9.,(©©q» *q*ai)— »«wiro i 

Daibasiddha qqq — A decree in a Vase. 

Daibika ^ IG99 S^sl^ ^<WlO— 

3. Divine; peculiar to the Gods^ 

^ I (+Q9ICS C . Q5?) GQ9Q19— 

2. Providential. 


C9SI 


( *rrt ) 


6QI69- 


* 1. Divine; providential. 

y I q6ft SW#1$J — 2, Relating to fate. 

3. 9.— * 1 eeaiscOT ©ag" ©931GQ ww*? 

3. A kind of treatment; faith cure. 
GQ. ©. — * I 63© ©$©l — 1 - Accident. 
> I $cfe©l — 2. Mishap- 
m ) £<!©©|&*i — 3. Religious rites; acta per- 
formed to propitiate the Gods. 

6©. § . $$ (*. 63©»©)— * I €§©l©j g3©©S©I" 
pffcj x $QS — 1. Providentially - 

GQS1 C*QI— «■ e i«*»b6Ssi+©&©l -6^9 QSffl (G9<S) 
Daibi ghatana Da iba ghatana ( See ) 

GW1 Q0— 69. 9 («. GW$)— GWJ ( G©fl .) 

Daibi danda Daibadanda ( See) 

GQGQigi -«- «• ( «*»j G<S©+G$$I9 ) — 

Daibotpata G^©^ ( 6©« )- Daibadanda (See) 

GQG©I9$©— *. 9* i»qi©%G«to + QS©© ='<*») — 
Caibopahata «, | S)^a|Q6Q ©Q9©— *• Struck 
by fate; undergoing divine punishment. 
J 1 <3>©q€t**— 2. Ill-fated; unfortunate. 

s"3ch— a. § Wi«a+Q€©. a)— <a«foi— 

Dairghya Length; longitude. 

e o§o— a. q« (6©a+9*wics r . q$)— ^ 1 gqciI— 

Da_is ika !• ^ ative ; belonging to the country. 

<H 40 «ra ©I <© e^a swi^— 

2. Relating to a part of or to one country. 
* I GQC1© (G9«)— 3. Desaja ( See ) 
GQ@9— 3. ©«l 6©9 + SWGa. 09 )— 3WQ©* 6©9- 
Daibika q^]^— Bodily; corporal. 

gq§$ ^qiqi» — ^* $— *> 1 ( w©«© aftq«i )— 

Daihika upadana «n©Q GQ9 €3$ QgflP^IWq 

QQIQI^GQ aQo— 1. Body-tissue. 

J I €RQQ $01 ©I©— 

2. The ingredients of the body. 

(aai— ©§» fli% e«K?, «*», «a i ©# i) 

Do aai— G©iQSi, G©i©9Q, €©!©§>, wi«SD— SiR— 
^? sig© i«9©i©) ©— g©iq ( «©« ) 

Dou ( See ) 


D-oarasala* 1. Bastard* 

otWwi - y 1 " 9«j ©a© ©iciq «nwr sicrfl%6^— 

CTH351, ^TC^T 2. Mongrel; hybrid; half-bred. 

G9IMQ J ^ S. Of mixed descent. 

GQferai— N. ©a ( s. <? 6 ia°a )— v 1 gqwi (flit)/ 

Do-amsa GSQ* q^QIGQ Wi« 6 9!«l 93ai<l~ 

Wl^Stf 7 1" ^^ niixed grain; (soil) 

G^I2I°Q2JI J ff,, ^r mixed with clay and sand. 

OTFbFH ^ I G3Q* W©IGQ J1 3°a Ql atQ €ll<3 — 

^ftrt 2. (a hinge) Having two edges; double- 
sided. 

GQ12IQQ Qlft— W. ^> ( ST. 9S9Q+CIIG )— ^SP 3 ©31© 
Doakshari gali n§ QI05? «§|Q TO51lff«J 9«tQ9IQ- 
G^l^sei i q§ 611ft— Abuse ^vith the 

€Ql^aQ2il6llQ> aQ^^a uses of obscene and 

Q2Jfi€l2I] 611ft J filthy words # 

gqi^1— w. © ("«• ^ 6 to©)— $q «<ii <jasi ^31— 

Do-ani A two-anna-bit; a coin worth two 

(TCI&fl— «IGH %p) annaa. 

l^M^t, Wfl#t 9IGQ (CJICSLQ) Q (*. GQIW)— aiQ^9l 
gsi^ft GOft^A narrow-mouthed small pit- 

cher used during milking, 

GQI20O — 69. ©— 9«© (€9« ) 
Do-ata Duata ( See ) 

Do-ab 9GQS! — A. doab; country between two^ 

C(fW^ rivers- 

^sitsr, **mr> mri^ 

D01 rani Qgl9 ^9lg©l Q«|, ©agj* qd|« q©i G9^ 

(OTMJ — 3C 1 t%9) 3IQSJ fti§ <S 4f[<aS Gd Q§© ^8«l 

CHfttft GQ6I QQSJ — The title or name of the 

neglected or disliked first married 

Ranee of a Raja having two Ranees, 

in the folktales* 

[ §— 9GQ G9£2 ^^I9®I ^1*v ' W ^^ ^^ 

ai9f) <S W ^a€) ©W ©w gsi$ q«1 1 ] 
€QI^— gtG9 ( «9©i« ) « ( *. w) — qet 6 qeu9 

Do*u qGHI a< ^3 G^Q — A wor( ^ use< ^ * n addressing 

Rajas and princes. 

Do-em Doyam (See). 

Do-oida fillQ^I — 1. Twice ploughed up (land). 


«$>» 


£$>[<$9as 


( **-*!• ) 


OT»»I §£ 


2. Ploughed for the second time. 
C?fa3 * I ^QOQg QCN9IQ3191 — 

^fcfTfc ^K 3. Double folded. 

v i ^QsiQ 9! £oqas 9qfl9i— 

4. Done twice or for the second time. 
§. $3— ^ l$QaQ— 1. Twice. 
3 | ^GiqaQ — 2. Second time. 
§ — 1_ | g gqaQ — 1. A second time, 
> I ^QSQ — 2. Two times. 
€Q|6®98 OQ— TO. § 6 Q«— TOtG9Q93 (TO*) 
Do-ordapaksha bara Dobei bara (See). 

€Qi&© 9i€>— siG9 (09910) §— spQ ai© (to«i) 

Do-orga p*li Duara pa\li (See) 

€Q|6® GQRSI— TO. $ — ^ l 9IQQ aioq, g «1^2IQ 

* Do-orjla beushg G96JStf 9^991—1. Second 

(TOlfo 6QQM— a9"iqp) Peddling of winter- 
paddy. 

[ g- 2JGQ G9QS3 G9IQ fllOTI QGQ aKPflQfllff 

qd flrcw G£>^9«%aiSt «£«©* »Q aGQ VR6$ 
qiS 39I& TOQ^o wqjawj «i% G9i<$9TOQ«i 

G9iQ3l<l 1 ] 

TOI&© 3Q— GQ. Q— TOI&9G9QSI 9GQ aiO ©CJGQ 

Do-orga mai Q«fl99i SQ— A ladder drawn over 

the paddy plants after the second 

puddling, 

£QI$© Plftl— TO. ©— ^OflQIQOQ^IQCPOQ SlO^G; 
Do-orda munda CQQ fiWfiM$i $1^1 <9 &<$ Qfi 

CTiQflQi ©8% ^ «igaifii ( G9i*9 ■) «(a 

9^9 W — A kind of plough whose blade 

is wide and w hich is used in tilling 

a field (. already once tilled ) for the 

second time. 

[ §— .a^ta s>5q. gaGfl qp 9Q9I aitf Ga§ 

^cr«<jjli 9i9f o $<i ©§Q stoSja 91 as ©§913 

GQ|6©I— TO.. 9— aaq$GQ 9$}99i G$j9S> ; Q9SQ 
Do-orda $ S)£J GQ&ff — Afternoon meal; ltinch; 

the second meal of the day. 

§<!!-$£$$ gsr 9qaiQ$N (qai, 9i«»)— . 

Folded double. 


€Ql6©l(G@)Q©i— TO. £— < i €«T«l9 QQIS^l ( ^i 
Da-orda(r4e)iba WJl) 9R QCf3^ $W — 

^tct 1. To fold a thing double. 

2, To plough twice. 

• ! <39 Q|&$_$Q0Q 9$9I — 

3, To do a thing twice; to go •oyer 

twice, 

*> [ cotefi 9^ §®S aQ Q99| 3 9PW* 9WI- 
3. To do a thing for the second time. 

v ! 9 qq$ QQ9lj 99W* 9891— 

4, To repeat a matter. 

TOI&Q—9I (Q»S) ©• Q ^- * 5- W— Wl*9 (W«) 
Do-ora Do-orda (See). 

e«i©o atQ6« wt^Q ©g^-*-oa i 

GQI8— 3. Q— GQIS (Q?«) 
Doh Dos (See). 

Dokachha Gfi^Q^IQ aa^GQ ^I^IGQ 93 €J3GQ 

G9i9g(@)j ^ A mode of tucking down 

a ( <ftfa the front portion of the cloth 

and doubling it back to the 

waist. 

GQIQQ1— 3IGQ. ^> (9IGWQ)— flSpl Ofll^a^— 
Dokata Dried tobacco leaves; dry tobacco leaves, 

(G9lgi— «JQ^%a) Apiece wKa§>wt9< *&&* as * 

GQI90I— TO. 9 (e. ^+9^)— «. 1 49g91Q fl^— 
Dokana 1 . A kind of forked weapon. 

(G9IG9QI— 2IQh%3) J I 4g QiQGQ qp «ll«l ^1 3^- 
Ci f l W4^ < 2 - A forked stick. 

€19Q Qjft «p«% 9I9GQ GaiQ MIQ9I OIQ* <®\ 
9f9f © §< l] 

3. A forked torch. 
$>a— ^Q. ai«|©a^— Forked; biforked. 

6QIQQI CSj-GQ. ^— <»9 i9IQ %> %^ €,1<ai ^' 
Dokana stjbu %rf g.91 <l9a9» S^flfi— 

3.-taS 99 Euphorbia Antiquorum. 

90 9«i9 (Kirtikar) 


OS 


( «""*< > 


GOIOIff 63QQOI 


JGQIQ©— GO. $— $Q$ qao QQQ qQQ ©G« fl«3[l 
Dokandi ©9-G1511 GCII§ — -A narrow space between 
^arf^rfSr two adjoining houses,built separate from 
(GOiOO, GOIOQ— aOi^?) each other 

-€QI9Q— €9. a— <■ I $G 30 — 1. Double; twice. 
Dokara j | 9 QCjaO— 2 For the second time 

*€OIQfi3— go. w. ( a. ?Mj SL°- 9 - * Qa 3 *■ ^3 = 
Uokaia <3qiq )— sm steer cjciq o*§ aw — 

^p^rl Having a second person in company 

?%&T accompanied by another person 

•€OI9l— GO. 9. (3-9 )— 

Doka OiS G«»GQ ^Q QQ^qsJ Oie— 

(G©iQI-«Qiq,a) A card having two points or 

*GOIQIS— GO. Q«— <> » ( aifi», ©««, «« «0 fl S ) aSQ 
Dokata Qtl G99I 9GQ qH %*■' OtOiStGSi filQ 

^*fe, OTW& ^GO 0*1 §01 ( OQ )— 

ZttZt *• ^ ut * or ^e secon< * tiinG - 

,> i £Q ao osi 991 ( -aio cia )— 

2. Cut twice. 

Q9t q„^ I a|Q^ Qfli«^«o«_«a aioo 919 $QaQ 

Qyfloi— 1. Cutting of a plant (e. g. paddy) 

twice- 

j I 00»1 OI^GQ 3^3 aQ GQGG>0 3QGQ G9$i 
8$ qiQOI Q€Q «0i osflioorco <? sig ao 
GflSlI 9$9l— The coming out o£ bun- 
ches of plantain from the trunks of 
some other plantain trees after some 
trees have borne fruits. 

-691010*0— €9. ©-0QIOBI ( GOT > 

Dokafchia Dikathia ( See ) 

-GQI0I9— GOGO. 0. ( ffl. W)-* l a^M— 

Dokana 1- Sho P^ sta11 

CTWl; ^*t=C > I WOflHW— 2 - Workshop. 
gem " 1 gs^oigo wigotf'O «JS9 ^ ?o— 

3. Retail-shop, 
[ g— CflQOlGO QdhgOISHO Q§ QMWGQ 

(CeilOGQ) ^ $« ®'SL GQ1Q19 "5 ' ^ 
491910 QOI(eO)QQI-GQ. $-<> I CQWIOQ G0©0 
Dokana utha(the)iba QIQQIQ G€tS£90l 3GQ G9I0I© 
«*ft&ft 00 0OTI~1- To olose a shop after 

jgem asm the d ^' 8 busine f - 

j| OiOSiq OQ 0$0t G9I< G010IQ0 otf a«Q 
QQ5M-- 2. To close down a shop; to dis- 
continue business. 


GQIQIO GGIlSlOl— GO* ^— £ I GOlOlO G3QQ0I (G9«l) 
Dokana kholiba 1. Dokana melaiba ( See ) 

[G9IOIO 3*i(GS)Q9I— aGiqfl) ■> I 6%0 OlOOIOeflO^ 

75H3 ^I5RT 2. To open the doors of a shop for 
G9IW QO|{GO)Q9lY ^ ne da y' s sale - 

3. To start or open a new shop. 

Dokanadar v | GQIOIOQ SWlj GOlSSSl— 
Ctfl -^H'ri^ t ^tf^ 1- Tiie ownep of a sil0 P* 

5^T^lt ^ I G3^ O^^ GOI^Iff^Q 0§ OOlOtfl 

gGGj — 2. Shopkeeper. 

G9I9K>QIQ-G§60. ^. { 31. ^QlffOiq )— 

DokSnadari t. 1 GQIWQ OiQ^ISJ — 

OTt ^l*tWl( % 1- T ne profession of shopkeeping; trading. 
^W ^ R -> I GQIW9IQ aa OQOIflGQ Wfll© OQOI— 
2. Higgling and haggling. 
•* I 3$ wqCQ ( GQIQ1Q0I® m ) QQ 3© 9^ 
Q<*pi_3. An eye to getting a profit in 
every matter ( like a shopkeeper. ) 
v 1 39hS3!Q GW$L G9«IQ0I £I|Q" GflQQ 
QaQ|— 4* A show; exhibition. 

1. Relating to a shopkeeper, 

> 1 Got wqiqq ©awn 01 q©o ( «^ >~ 

2. ( act ) Befitting a shopkeeper. 

GQ10K*9K#I— W. : 0«— <■ * GOiQiOOIQ «w1q— 
DokSndSriS 1. Relating to a shop-keeping. 

»a^T§ 2. (act) Befitting a shopkeeper. 

GQIQIGQ1C1 OCII— GO. ©— GOIOIOTIOQrO SaiOI^I— 
Dokanadari katha A shopkeeper's talk. 

GQI9IO m -GO. 0. (©OaO 90OQ 9 «^ » )-* 
Dokana patra v I GOIQl^ — *- Shop, 

cm^mtfe > 1 Goroioo aeiso^— 

^t^MMcr l^ 2* Commodities of & shop. 

< goio'io ait— «oi%q ) m I ^ $>$$— 

3. Transactions made in a shop. 
6QI9I9 C«»(€Q>aOI— GO. *— t. I a^ OO^Iff^ 
Dokana mela(le)iba QQs$$ 9&P 051 0^01 - 


€9!9lS> 


( * r <> ; 


€QK31Q* 


G9l9IQGfl€*9l 
C9I9I9 S£9l 
G9J9IQ ©fll(Gfl)Q9l 
G9IW ^GIl(G9;Q9l 


1. To set up or 

exhibit the oon- 

. fl9iqa tents of a shop; 

to hold a shop; 

to exhibit the articles in a shop. 

> 1 G9I9I9SIQC* 3Q ©»* Q9SJ98 9flQ 


9qj9l— 2* To scatter about things as in 

a shop. 

(saai— a 9 iqq* a©9i 98siq gqiw gsgrq© i) 

G9M&~G9G9. 9. (ffl)— V I G9I9IOTI® { €9<S ) 
Dokani 1. Dokanadar ( See ) 

( G9M©*»— «^qq ) -M G9Q 9*»§ GWI96Q 
fll QQ 9$i*. 9GQ — 2. The keeper of a 

retail -shop, 

roiqa a — G9. $$— Gagj ais> qsq aQ% ai9G9giai9 

Dokhuntia q$i G9IQQ9I 8G9 9»q^ €j<^ 9|Q^91 

(69i«M»l — ao^qp) S3 9SI §<! — (. paddy plants ) 

From whioh the stems are out 

separately (for the purpose of straw) 
after the sheaves of corn are cut 

away, 

GQIGIgeO— OT.Stf— GSl€jfal*€Q 91 aWQ%Qt«iaaQW 

Dogachhia <jqg C9lQaM — ( a crossroad or road) 

Having two trees standing together. 

[ q_< QtgQQ q©GQ <9I91 991 ©€"9 I 9IQtf 

OBQ S9G9 $91 92QQG9 ^Q fll< G9IQ GQ9- 

si9s?9 ©«uq i ] 

6QIGIU©— 91. 94. ( '«. W91Gj 9 a» )—K I »9I©— 
Dogadhani 1, Swayed by doubts; doubtful. 

ffi$\ > I 9°9^W9©j <1MI 999, 9 GSQeil 9Q9, 
^H ' <<$\ ga 39 96* 3IGQ fll§— ^ 
G9l%i© j 2* Puzzled; vacillating. 

69l§© > a©i%a * l 9<sfl swshicq a©9— 
G91S1 9 J 3. Between the two horns of a 

dilemma^ between Scylla and Charybdis. 
9 — * I gG<39 — 1. Doubt, 

? I 9<a9 qqqii — 2. Dilemma. 

• I G91G9iai«— 3, Hesitancy, 

€9IGUI— 91- 9 («. ?ai)— t I 3GG9— 
Dogadha . 1. Doubt. 

(G9ISLai-a9iq,a) 9 I tiQI; 9S9 q«Nhl-2. Dilemma. 

• t$Q 9g 91 9«3£j WQ 9i9l^ GQ9i^9i 

«9fiW© QQ9MJL G99 < a^G$ a©^j 

99Q 38*991; 3199m 9QQ|. GQIGQian— ' 

3. Unsettled condition of the mind as to 

■ accept which one* of the two things 


present before a person; wavering state 
of mind; vacillation; hesitancy. 
•* I 28QSN — 4. Apprehension. 
WlW ©*—* l«lCQ9qSj— 1. Doubtful. 
gnsrr, §TOT J i OTICQiart— 2- Hesitating. 

€9!Gi$ 6§QI — G9. £— a<39 G99lj $Q? 99^9 9ai9f 
Dogadhi heba qi$ qa^G9$ 9ai 91 9^ 9991^ 
OTHWB1 G99 9191 S 9 99 9 81$ 36Q9CQ 

^.jyi**;;^ <3i«a G99I — To hover between \h& 

(G9IQ8IGQ 3991 — SK?f^a) two horns of a di- 
lemma; to vacillate; to waver. 
GQI9S— 6§69. 9«fl ( m. G9I€1R9 V — g- «W« )— 
Dogala ^ 1 9§SlQrQ — 1 . Of mixed descent. 

(Nlgl — «W%a) > I PIQ9— 2. Bastard. 

wt^fi»rt •» 1 ^q 9C^ eioiq «n9^r «icrfl%€^|9— 

Ct^IStt 3, Mongrel; hybrid 

v I G9Q* 91^Q SO €01?^ 01*GQ <9I9 

G9IQ QG9 9|§- 4. Absent-minded; 

unable to concentrate attention to one 

matter^only at a time,. 

WI9I— «. 9. q? (99 v ai^+9(|. 9; 6918 aQ W|. ^9) 
Dogdha t 1 £sa ^G9 — 1. One who milks; a 
(GQIfJ— tf) milker. 

> I 9511; 9l§q— 2. Calf. 

• I 6Q1QI9; 9Q9— 3 - Milkman, 
v I 99—4. Poet. 
9tf— ^§91 9i<^; ^919 — Milking. 
9. 6 9^!— G9l9a| ( G93 ) — Dogadha ( See ) 
€<3>lfjl — 3.9<S. il. (^+9$. £+^l 4) — G9l99fita— 
Dogdhri Given to milking (female). 

9. qj— £ I §$9S! 91*^ — 1. A milch-cow. 
-> I «!4i ^9IOl $1—2. A woman who milks. 
*> I Qgj9 till — 3. A milkmaid. 
€QI9<a— 09. 9. ( 3, 9 (§ ^9 )— ^ I -<39gi9G9 9R- 
Doghara q9 a|Q 1^1 si9^IQG9 9^991 ^9|^. 
9igq9 — 1. Additional residential 
quarters raised at a second site. 

> I ^£1 QI9G9 9^991 919^9— 
2. Double residential quarters, 

90 9 9CQ Q AIQ3 »Q 

go 9 9Qe«i ewa ©q — oq i 
GQIQI16Q)Q — W. ©— \ 1 9*afl gasiMlj G99ai; a^l — 
Dogha(ghe)i 1. Dilemma^ 


G9WIQGQ 


( •■"«• ) 


G9IQ& 


^fa 3. The crossing of two streams (Howells)t 

* I $Q Q9 S&IGQ §919 — 3 - Contention or 

disputation between two parties 

(Howells). 

?&$' G9IGQQ — Remarried ( widower ). 
€QNIQ6Q 9©QI— 69. ^ — GQlCl^ C99I ( G93 ) 

Doghaire pargiba Dogadhi heba ( See ) 

CQiqq— G9. ©. 9?. («• *?©§; §q£l)— raajQIQqqga- 
Dochari An adulterer. 

[ g— <j§ as? qy qfecrGQ W?9 OTlQdM I ] 

€9iq$(gjdl— 69. 9. $1. (a. ^fipd)— sl°*'5 «dl — 
Dochari(ru)ni Adulteress. 

CQiqa(S))— G9. ©— ^Q ^o'eaqi Q3 — 

Dochaia(li) A bouse having the tbatch sloping 

CWt&M 3te|JT on both sides, 

( CQi^oa— «ic*qq ■) 

$QI€>$! — G9. $— 9«T fi» «?«• MfgQi Qi^q. asQ 

DochihnS ©Q Q SIQ9I — Failure to identify a 

( G9I G9I ©91 — W^a ) person who was once 

known to you. 

q«Q9 sqio^i *Q q« q* a^Q 

Q^ejeQ flieq w sin <^q— giQl. »o©q© 1 

GQ!©ffi(Q , 1)— 69. m. ( 5i°. 9+eri. ecri )-w©a 

Dochuiiga(ngi) (.9$ $) — Double-barrelled (gun). 

€QISS(<g)— 69. ^ — CQgJ aiQSQ 9M Pis QQSQ^ 
Dochhaki(kki) Q[$aN — A crossing place of two 

3W8T roads 

€91©^— 6969. '9. (ffi)— qjKWiO* 9S>GQ qq aGQ 
Dojakh q|q| 9i§«^6SI€j*Oi« 9§©«<1;^WM? 
0?rt^^ ffG}$ — The hell of the Mahomedans. 

6QIQ QQ— 3169. 9. ( 9IGW9 )-G9IGQQ ( G93 ) 
Doja bara Dobei ( See ) 

i«|5l OS €$sf C^G? 9QQ <T£|g 6^IQ OOffl OCJfll, 

ecu _a»s^ eq$ €qi»?q <S gs>&?q vqq 9iO<i— 
€9if-fli. ( Q©9 ) 9. 6$di. ( aQqefe )— $m (69*) 

Doti Duiti ( See ) 

( G9l6t- W«t%a ) 

(*)Q%\, 9Q*i— «©i9qaiM 
€Qi@ 6Q©Vi--giG9. ( <369Q»ai ) 9. ( eeaco J— 

Doi^a rejish^ara GSJq" GQQ^QGQ 951G> 6 6©l$a 


Eegister of process-serving peons. 

eQI9Qffl— €§W. W ( 9©OT*) (ffl)— 9WI 6 fl99NI 
Dotarapha $Q^$r QQ^OGQ O^Q QQsaiQ^Ql 
C?faWi ( 631393! )— ( case ) Decided after 

qfeWK T hearing both sides-, two-sided; disposed 

( <l©©Q£r| — §£3S1S> ) of after contest. 

€9191® 9^-69. S>«n— 9S>SQ aifl 69Q ©ai'eQ ff§IQ9l 

Dotar band G9G» 9t6Q Q^ ai9^Qi>lQGiSl qq^9|Q 

^5fti ^? aa ^QS flip aiQ gqi§i a§>9i aQgt ^ 

TcITT V^ aid — Having a thickened condition 

i, said of boiled syrup while it descends 

from the ladle in two lines ). 

6QI©iq—W. Q— $06311 OI^Sli ^I9iia%— A tw:> 
Dotara stringed musical instrument. 

S^ffl fam Sidl.— ^QOIQqg— To^stringed. 

G9I9I€J— G9. Q«l — V I QZfym fl9«iQSj_C)S €S5«I<3" 
Dotari 910 -awg) ^tfll giQai<i — 

^®tft 1- ( a mat ) Having two reeds woven 
ptft a together. 

' I GQ^ fi^llGQ $Qf GQ«l<i S 5pl <9^ $tf|| 
<aiQaj< — 2- Double-threaded or woven 

( cloth )- 

* I G9ISI® 9G; ( G9S ) 
3. Dotar band (See) 

Dotala ^ 1 «^QO©|f^| - 1- Double storied; two* 

itftesrt, CTWn storied. 

^tagT JP I ( a. «} +OftO ) G53SJ* GQNQQ *B <3Q 

2J|< GQ 019! 9Q 3Q OqQiCi ^Q £)£$ — 
2. ( a lock > Locking double; double-leve- 
red flock). 

• I G9$* <3Q 91 8«96Q 9Q« WRa a§>ea<3- 

3 ( a house or box ) Under double lock; 

double-locked. 

Upper storey. 

eQiaS— 69. ^— €>^9\ ^9G€l ^91 <Q 9^19 ^IS — 
Dothan^i A kind of fish found in the Chilka 

lake. 

GOI«ft(S)— 69. M (*. ^+«»- ^) — 

DodiIi(lli) Ga^ Qi^Q SQ GQIf-4 9I&6Q ^^IQ O 

(G9IQRSH — a9i^.a) ( a person ) Who cannot 

concentrate his attention to one 

matter; with divided attention. 


tiPtr 


€QI$fWiG> 


( *r<<>r ) 


GQISQ 


DodulyamSna «£GQ £3$^$ QQIQQtt ai§=* 

Oscillating; swinging. 

€91691©$! - 69. 9— cQieai ( W« ) 

Dodochibna Dochibna ( See ) 

eoieQiciia— w- m— »f«8 qi* qw\ «■ o ©as* 

DodopaEcha < sq^GQ- a© G99I — 

(GQI69IQ1I-- SiSW^a) Wavering; undecided; 

vacillating. 

9— G$fo§ ©l& Q$9I O QftQi 9<*,€<s? 3GG9 Ql 

SI|JQ$|— Uncertainty s wavering; want of 

decision; vacillation. 

Dodhuyamana zdo& TO % «JQ$ OTiafl 81%+ 

liGQiafipww— tf) Qft*. ag ) — qgw ggn q^aiq^- 

Quaking or shivering; vibrating 

Don-jami QG<3I9§GQ &9Q $q WGQSj G3l6q ©3— 
Land into which the rain-water of a 
village flows down. 
6QI©Qr*C9.' M. ( SP. ^H-494 )— 

Donari ^ SQa (-^WM^ 

^ft Two-stringed ^ necklace ). 

€9I»«— GQ. ^«. ( S°. 9* +GO ) — 

Donali G9Q 9SJTO $Q$ 9ft ai<l — 

Tjpfffl Double-barrelled (gun). 

$&£t (TOi©oa- ataqp) 

SQKMK1— G9. §— 6Qlffl°SI<a ( GQ3 ) 

Donasala Do-amsal» ( See) 

(GQIGOISQ — aGiqp) 

€Qlffl$@i— GQ. Oo. ( 9°. $ & QIQ ) — 

Donabuicia t \ Qagoalq] <jq 9GMGQ GGII9 GQQ 

GOIWSI J 6ei G9IQ^9I <9ij§l)— 

GQIW^aS Slffi^a 1. (a person) Who has his 
-GWIQjjaJ ; two feet on two boats pro- 

5^IOT ceeding in opposite directions. 

-M. ( W$\£ ) ««? ~2. ( figurative ) 
Vacillating; sitting on the fence. 

■• 1 (OMid} QQiQQaa qq^ as% sado $%- 

3191 (9h&) — 3. (figurative) Siding with 
two opposite factions. 


GQ!QI$$I Q©— G9. 9. (S*. 9 6 ©IQ + SW) — 

DonSbuida riti gjQ^ 09^ QWlfo QOTI W3 390" 
f^fsOTCT <5>Q SOGQ 9|Q 9QIQ9I ©fif — 

Double dealing; two-faced dealing. 

GGIQQ9!(§)— G9. 9— aa «wil 91 $Q aQ&l SQQ ©i«j 
DopaisS(si) qQl — Double pice; a copper coin 
3*t?Wl STO *Nn worth half ansa. 

GQiasi— gq. WL ( g°. § 4 awO-^Q iai^Sgi— 

Dopakha Two-sided. 

GQIQQI ©§1— OT- 9—©aQ ©Si Q9GQ 09 ^SGJ $Q* 

Dopakha chulll ^|^ ^9 atGQ— 

^^Wtg^Tt inoyen having two holes for put- 

^T?Tr^^?T ting two pots on them, simultane- 

ously. 

Dopata 1. Folded doublej; A double, 

^<# -» 1 ^pq^i aQ^O— 2. 5*w!toe'as much. 

UTT Q— ©O-IQ ftp 9§l% Q3 QQ Q^i <s*iq q°q§ 

€991 $Q a|<3Q fijq, Q^| — Two long planks 

joined to the main plank of a boat. 

GQiasi— gq. q. ( «r\ g 6 a| )— 

Dopata <5Q «5§ «W, ©9QsjQil GSII91 e9IQ^9l 

GQ10|I ^ Double cloth; a wrapper o* 

GQia? laffi^a sheet iiaring two breadths; a 
GQtai* J wrapper sewo twke, length- 

wise; two breadths of -^slo^u 

gQIQtl (QBhIQ) — fll, (6§W) Q— G©qi1 QQilQ (GQ«l) 
Dopati (etc) Deputi etc (See). 

SQIQQO— 91. 6 9«— GQI9Q3 (GQ*a) 
Doparata Doparaata (See) 

(SQI8Q9I— «Qi^g) 

GQIQQg.— W. 9. (a. 9 6 fl§)— ^ft « QQSnQ q9l 
Doparasta qo* — Two folds, 

GQiQQgi i w— r ^q qcr eq qiqq^Ij $q 

GQtaQg > aWHqai qcrJJa— folded" double; dou- 
GQiaGjgsdJ bled; with two thicknesses, 

GQI9€}-GQ. « 6 9tf!— GQiq^l (GQ«) 
Dopari Dopuri (See) 

GOIQQ QCQ Cl§* QStT 


^TOiaa 


( ««■*** ) 


cQKRi 


Dopagi (SJ®©!) — (fried corn) Seasoned twice 

CW1331 with sugar or molasaes. 

-TOI9IS— TO. W. (9? 6 9,1)— TOHS 6 GOCrfe ?%- 

Dopata gsj 6 69CPI (9H§p — 

Robust and tall (person). 
GQiai§20— 69. ©— <Wg9IQ sio^ 9I9hj towiiui 

Dopatia 91©!— A kind of two-faced drum. 

■TOiqs! (QOiW)— TO1*1 QMQ (TO«) 
Doputi (etc) Deputi etc (See) 

•TOiqQ— TO. M— «JQ 2Q Qtl TOIQ519I (9OT)— 
Dopura (Turmeric) Pestled twice. 

(TOig$Qtl— aQs^a) ^9t?Rlfel 

€9iq§— to. wi-* » ©asj* sg^q agQQ qoq (-ag 6 

Dopuri S|°g) GSIfcfllS; ^qq- Of a firm build; 

strong and robust. 
^ 1 G^iaQJ — 2. Folded double 

q— n\ <3S} («$16Q ^Q^S «t a W%) — 
A double-roofed bouse. 

«Oiq€)€iq0l — TO- Q— TOIQ© QfflQI— Fried corn 
Dopuri ukburdS seasoned twice with sugar. 

■TOISrSM— TO..©— * ITOItfTO (TOfl) 
Dophala 1. Dophaaali (See) 

■OTt^il ' 1 ©asjT CtQCQ Q&Q <$QeiQ to asQ— 
■ jfelH 2. (tree) Bearing fruit twice a yeer. 

SQlffQ—TO. M— TOQ* %%& SJQf £TQQ £!!<] — 
Dophala Two-bladed (knife). 

.TOlfffifl— 69. $$—** I ©agfal SLQ0Q Alp $$i^ 9W 

Dopball QQ3S — 1 (a woman) "Who has borne 

.■Cfffasfl two children only. 

qqq — 2. (tree) Growing fruits twice in 

the year. 

(sal— GWfti ^n €12 1) 

■€QI£T3Ha-TO. M. («- 9 +«.OTfi^)— <■ I 62165* £>9€Q 
Dophasali 9I9 gfcJ6Q t ^QG€llt OTQ G^IQ© $<l — 
^3^ 1. (land) Growing two crops in the year. 

Dophanka ^ I erif QQ ^Q Sj« C9IQ?[9I — 
(TO'£N§*i — TOiqq) 1. Split into two. 

C*fW^; $*Ffa -> I 49 QQ\% g^6$ ^QQO TOIQ^9I- 
2. Divided *into two fractions. 


* I QQ8Q SJ6^« €9IQ?}9i — 3. Disfi&n&Mafc. 

Difference between the two versions t>i two 

persona, 

Dobandh^ A meeting place of two embankments 

GQiQiq -to. w. (a. 9 +9iQ)— 93 aq sqQQi- 

Dobara Done twice. 

^^ 69. ?1— ^Q 6IQ — Two times. 

g<q>l§20€fl—€Q. M— TOKTCiK (OT«J 

Dobisni Dophall 1 (See) 

6QWI— 6*9. §tfl. (6!|©6Q 9i9§©)— V I CWSQ— 

Dobija ' 1. Mongrel. 

> I £>IQS?^2. Bastard. 

TOI^I—TO. © — TOWai (€Q«) 

Dobidha DogadhS (^See) 

GQIWI— TO. 9— Wfl «SWit-- 

Dobindha A dilemma, 

GQI§Q— TO. M. (a.QTO)— «. I ^Q— 

Dobula; 1. "Weak. 

(TOWK3— afiwqp) > I al|Qfq— 2. Emaciated. 

TO1491-TO. w-ea <q Qiq^^QaQ qgq^ ©^a— 

UobuhS Stupid; foolish. 

GQIGQ— 69. ^— <$G9Q (TO*) 
Dobe Dubei (See) 

TOI6QQ-6Q. $ffl. q?- (ff. ^ 6 QQIgQ)— ^agjte (9Q- 
l^^be] aip). gc]£j ag qq— Widower (bride- 
Ctft^ groom); married for the 2nd time (said of 
^T^T a remarried widower), 

(TOI€Q§— ao*q,a) 9.— v 1 ^^ aq qpiqq 

* qOQiQ qj^a — 1. A remarried widower 

? I ^69Q (69<a) —Dubei (See) 
TOITOQ 9Q— TO. 0. — 3>SI£j aQ 99fgS> qQ9IQ— 
Dobei bara A remarried widower. 

eQIQOI— TO. M.— («• 9+QSb)— $Q £JQ Qffl -toiq 
Dobhaja ^ — Baked or fried twice. 

sN^i (aai-TOioei oq i) 

TOIQQP-69. M. 4 ^.—691^^1 (TO«t) 
Dobbaki Dobhashl (See) 

fi^iQ!? 91^ C9ida 999a qie99« ow^ gsq ggisio 


e^Kpeia 


( «m? > 


gqiqct 


GQiQfijSaKsB')— g^. 9**-— ^Ras ©sj©i 6<?iQ^9i— 

DobLanguiua(aS) Folded double; doubled up- 

GQN3I— g<p. 96i. (e. $ qsl)— t 1 gsi 99? qsiGQ g^i 

Dobhashr £>§ Q1GQ— ■! - Speaking two languages; 
t**M^l able to talk in two languages. 

^tffltftaT > l 8a<ri9Kflj $a G<aif« 9a| 9§ acQ 

9191 99QI4- GQIWal— 

2. Untruthful; perjuring. 

* I $Qf fipl Vlrt}— 3. Bilingual. 

v I 93Q 98S9'$Qt $31 9i9$9 GW»l«— 
4. (a book) Written in two languages, 

9.— caQ e<a9 «9 q^iGQ 9^qw^«9i 
qslGQ awiQ 9Q 9G9 — 

An interpreter, 
€9lfl§fit— €9 961. 6 9.— (fl. ? 6 ffl. WO— 
Domahala <£*$» (G9«) 

^tr%5*T W|v»MI Dwitala (See) 

eQIftlff— TO. 9. («;§flW)— flO 313; fl^SIIQ 99 6 
DomSsi G3fo$1IG> Q«f SMCQ Si^ £ 9G> QGQ9 ^91% 

^rt^t gi^| g© • q€ sgq gs$ gciik wi «k*?/ 

"'flt9 9119 GQIfil $$afi Q9£[Qq§C1S> qjffi $$| 
Q^3M; 3%iSl[9 — An intercalary month. 
961 — G^lfll^SB (GQS)— Domasia (See) 

GQfllCSD— G9- 961— S. I $Q flW 9^— 

Domasia 1. Aged two months. 

"srrfirei / i G3Q stfcQ »s)w aw— 

2. (a year) In which an intercalary 

month occurs. 

GQiffai— to- 96i. <«, ^+3?©)— ^ ! gg w ^ M 

Domisa Qg 91 q&iqiq 9$q G9ICW — 

1. Consisting of or a mixture of two 
things or ingredients. 
? I GQISISH (G9«)— 2. Dobija(See) 

GQi&ff 2B--G9. 9. <«. § 6 qs) — ^* S9IQ sq, gia - 

DomuBdia A kind of small serpent; 

CWt^JI 1M Amphisbaena, 

^tg^f sfa [ 5- 091Q q9 ai<si 6 gcnji ai« «9ia$ 
G9fil| 991% GQG© <<5>IQ $Q* qg a© 691$ 

91© 9 aw I J 


9flr-*( M61ia ) GflQ* GQ9 QG!iQ9a9 QQSp' 
3STGQ 9$ al< — Espousing the cause of 
two opposite sides. 

GQI fljl— €Q* W. 4° (a. <? 4 qja) — ^ I SII9IQ 9Qf * 

Dorouhan q<$ — 1. Two-faced, 

<flW 9 | (fll|©G9 9l9g©)— ^19^ Qg| £$ §G9 

?tg^f ft|§— 2. Fickle. 

(wiqjf — 41) * i cs etMiQ qofaifto qgq qi§— 

3. One who is not true to his promise; 

one who is not a man of his words. 

v I 3©|Q9; 9CII9I9 — 4. Deceitful, 

* I GSJ Qfr^ aa% ggao qgq— 

* 5. Espousing both the opposite sides. 
9 I ©ail — 0. Hypocritical, 

CQlfltf— GQ. a .— («. ^ 6 q«1)— «3gsiQ ge- Q.<a- 

Domuhifi q a * (gqq qqq ^qj ^q ^qq GOfeHWGfl 

99iaiQ£JN GQ ©G6I aja^9 9 01© G3 OGQ a9 

aiGSQI§)-A house with a two intricate 

doors which puzzle strangers, 

€Qiqa v — GWW>6i(a"i) — < i §^qs>i g^G<» ^q^cmIq 

Doyam \qQ) — 1, (land) Of the second class a&- 
Cfft?R regards productiveness. 

^mt [ q— <irv5 3MQ 6931 QOS 9SQI9g S^GQ 

q<?g;oi sc^igq ©95iiQ^ GSI611 Q3«i ©qgiQ qq- 

Gfltfll— ^IQ^QO^W I ] 

? I ^SIQ — 2. Second (in position), 

GQIQ -91. 9— OTiqp ( G^«l ) 

Dora Dorua ( See ) 

G9iQ9i(fli)— gSot. ^6i (eri. G9I%«H)-^Q §36Q 09 
DorakS(kha) QG>fl £TSl 9N $611 G9!Q?l9l (9^)>- 

G^IQ^I jf fflQt , Qg G9^ fij«l9 ^Q flOTfll 9 ai<— 
GQ,QOt J ^ { a cloth ) Having the same 
WlWW de sign on both sides, 

$®m (S3ffl|— G9I99I Slid I) 

GQIQSPCQ 1 !)— GQ. S>61 (ff. ^ 6 QCT)—^ I £9$9f?%- 
Doranga(nga) 1. Two coloured; piebald. 

C^iQsrtll J i 2. Having two opposite col- 

CTfWl ours or pictures; presenting < 

^T^tj $Kft two different pictures. 

9.^a GQtoa - oa 1 


69IQ9I 


( ««"*$> ) 


G9*9«f 


/ €9iQ$l -€9-W(*. §+©«©)—%& 89 §S> G9iQ^l — 
Dorandha" Twice boiled. 

spTfti (sal— G9iQ$i Q© i ) 

69199$— G9G9. 4 s . W ( 1 L WlWiJ— * I G<Si& 
Dorabast a %<$\— 1 - Entirely; wholly. 

(G9ICq<?3— «»iQ,Q) > I W^S? 9- 2 * Tota11 ^ 
C^t* •» I ©91© — 3 * Completely; wholly. 

$>S— <. I €fl«lQg»— 1. Entire; whole. 
J I 9^91^— 2 - Al1 * 

GQI«WI— G9. ^(3.9 6Qq)-^i W«°ai ( flt* )^ 
Dorasa sagj fllfGR 91ft 4 ©l^a 3310 ffll<— 
W^f"!, WfiWl 1. ( soil ) Having sand and clay 
^ftsr, ^5 in e( l uat proportions; loamy (soil); 

of mixed grain. 

> 1 PJGa $3 SIQ319I — 

2. Half putrid (Ho wells), 
GQIQ& -C$G9. W.'&l.^Sj""^ * SO v / 69.019^- 
Dorasta 1 Set right; set in order. 

SH^S > i 3©<$H G?IQ^9I— 

5^3 2. Fully repaired. 

-#TO^r-3* Strong, 
v I q£i|§<E>-— 4. Brought, under control; 

regulated; controlled. 
* I ©Q99; 3fl©S>1$9- 5- Levelled up. 
f I qfligb -6. Well refined; well repaired, 

5> I Qaff© QGQQs ©SGS} 360^— 

7. Sufficient for the present purpose. 
r | asj©9— 8. Subdued, 

9: FlWlgs^ftultlefls. 

< ^ t WiQ^fl aQfllCQ SIS— 

10. Which is in good order. 
tv f'a&ieTi g^jO— 11. Right* correct. 
■ * 'Kb I Q©©; qq©^— 12. Proper- 

Dorasta.kariba, 1. To repair; to set right; to 

^3liW*a*^ renovate- 

(saal— 9©^ wra$ ©©9a) , 

-> I 'qsfi© Wij ©9© ©Ml; W ©©91— 
2. To bring under control^ , , 

(aai— ,©s©^9S^ wrfa,)©^. <89©* 


» I WJ«€pi 9©9I— 3. To make a thin S 

free from defects. 
v | q»$ GQQi -4. To punish. 

6«>r9$— G9G9. ©. tm. ^§) (©©©a)-*- I *«©; 
Dorasti acaWO— 1- Correction. 

^pf% J I ©ai©l©l— 2. Fitness. 

Wfeel * I Q^flSl— 3. Goodness, 

6q7q— 6§G9 (G€W) SIG9 (*W ^>— <■ i «£ ©I©" 
Dora to«Q Q8'*— 1- family-title of certain 

Sudras iriJ&ft&iam. 

-> I 9©£l^ 9!S** ©fcysiQCsra— 

2. Name of a village revenue-officer. 

G9G9- ©— («) 9§q (C9e) 
Daura (See) 

sigq (©9©!©, ©qq.©, ©aw) ©— ©§iG9ig (€©«> 

Kapdadora (See) . 

6©l©»l— €9. (a©i) W 6 $— G9IG99I <€©«) 
Doriha Doreha (See) 

ftcf flG« q?Q CQ.ga eg f si^^fl^iQQO- <?qs i 
GQI^i— G9. © (e* 99)— v I waft W— 
£) orua 1. Juice of sugarcane. 

?Rj tl^ y\ €ISQ ©l©Q« 8«Q%©4.91 59IQH9I 93— 
2. Juice impressed from plants, leaves etc, 
e9>l^t— G9G9. ©tf—€QIQ«l (G9®)— Dorakha (See) 

Dorukha (69l%3— »©iq.Q) 
6916991— G9 (Q9i) ©^ - («- S^lSa)-^ I 5?C9|^- 

BorehS 1- Rebellious; contumacious. 

C9IGQ§ V 
S9IGQ9I L 


gHO! q&aca s?o etff Q? i 


I J | ^3)Q- 2 , Ungrateful, 

* I 091^1; aaqal -Guilty; offending. 
^ — gci9 — Rebellion. 

QIGQGQICQ9I »Q«f 

Sqiq^— a. ©. (qpo^aiQ^". C9i8-=9i§+93=^^)— 

Do^dda^dsL <. t «j[©95i 9g fl© aqssqsj 9I§— 

1. Powerful pr strong arm ( strong- 

and long as a staff); a high hand; a 

strong hand.. 

s/The nrqwess 9^ a strong arm. 


<!9* 


_ < 


G9IQ § a$j#S! 


( ^tr ) 


QQIftQ 


Dorddanda parakrama G9IQ $ 3®i9 (G9fl)- 

DorddanoVpratapa (See) 

Dorddanda parak rami G9IQ SJ S9I&1 (€0*9) 

Dordanda pratapi (See). 
€<q>IQ§€19ia— a. 9 (^ql ©©; WIQ r 9+flOia)— 
Dorddanda pratapa 9l$a$!$% G99Q G9IQ— 

High-handedness; strength of arm, 

6QK&1 goial— a. 9<a (eQiQ f <9+goia+fiv? ten. w)— 

Dorddanda pratapi $693 9l§aq$gg|Gl — 

Very powerful- 
€Q|flfc-»tt.-9 (?%] Q© vi GQI8 + 9«)— 91^90. 913 — 

Dormula Arm-pit. 

€Qiq/9— s. 9 ( ^1 Q9- GQ|g-|.g$ )— t i 9193$; 

Dorjuddha ^LSl^C — *• Duel. 

j i aqa% 9gi9§— 

2 Hand to hand fight. 

€9IQ— *. 9 (c9io ai$+9$. a)— t. 1 <|Q— 

Doja 1, A cradle; a rocking chair; a swing 

CQIfii 7 aq>t) Q Q > I 9IGQM; «W— 

GQIGil j" " 2. A sedan chair 

m I filR^l; «4j8j Q© QS^SBfl GQI99IG9G0 

©191 OGQQ9 9 9$ G9I& QCi a<3GQ 

9§>l89l ©1$ — 3. A basket of network 

which is attached to a pole used "while 

plucking mangoes from high trees, so 

that the fruits do not fall down on the 

ground, but are deposited in the pocket 

or pouch of the basket* 

* I GQIQj UIQ Q#9IQ G9I9G9Q — 

4. A large basket for storing paddy, 

* I (+q9. 3) G9IG9IQQQI— 

5. Causing another to swing; rocking. 
9 I CTICTIQ9I— 6, Oscillation; swinging, 

9 1 GQia gas— 

7. The Doia jatra" festival 

GQIQQ10 Q&; 9Q0K1 OIO— QVO& I 

r 1 ( sa§G9 9§ 91 3191$, WW«l ^ ) 
OKJQQf 9319 — 8. A covered chair for 

carrying idols* 

(aai— era «ya* €flQ9%rs C9i» <j 9^ aS^GS 1) 

€9. 9— €9I©€«II9QS 8©qa9 919919— 

A name for calling Dolagobinda, 


GQt©€&£(8)$— G9. 9— G9!» £Hpi-(GQei) 

Dola utsa(chha)ba Doja jatrS (See). 

GQIfii>9— a. 9 ( GQIQ ai§+9$. "TO; £1191 8$0N >— 

Dolaka G9l«9SJ (G9«)— Doladanda (See). 

GQI6>G€li9Q -G9. 9—* I G9IMI31 aS£jG9 G3I9 

Dolagobinda qqqq\ gQIGQ 33 9 d$f? Q99 — 

1, An idol of Srikxushna arryed for 

swinging during the Dolajatra. 

Ctqfl AI9GQ GQiceai©SQ 

cqi© 639819 aQqwc© — cs* sia^cs— sws vrewraMo 1 
^ I GQ©ai9S^9ai99! 913— 
2. A name given to males. 
691<S» QQ>— G9. 9 («. G9I»6 Qf) — WI06M19Q W%— 
Doja gharri The season of Dola festival. 

€WM4 QI©QI— G9. 9 ( ©tty flG^lfil; G9l»«IG9 <Hk 
Dolaghanta bSjiba B19 9I©9I^_)— G9ltt 3399 
' S9q QQ3*G> G99I— The arrival of the 
time of Doia festival. 
GQiaSt— €9. 9 («. G9I«9) — G9IQ9 (G9«) . 

Dolani Dolana (See). 

Q9Q acf qoo sfiiqjC9**loo fig q ntf flg o qcq cqiq*i i 

£QIQQ§— %. 9 (G9IO+9§)— 9<JHGQ <£Q9I GO^Qfl 

Doladanda 9| ^e Sj^lQGQ 9<?) GQlOl^fllQ QQ ^g — 

Pendulum of a clock or some 

heavy thing suspended by a 

slender thread* 

G9I»QC— W. 9 ( 99«J €19 )— WGQ 8^91 ^9IQ 

Dola dartdi a©SNQ9€93 — A gold ring for 

the nose* 

GQI® Q«9Q— CQ. 9 (399Q €19)— 9«9 ^JslGQ §Qj3 

Doladasahara ^QGdlt gai9 00? (aai— CTiqgQGQ 

GQIO 9Sq 1 GQKMI9I6 W0G9 

€9io $$091 J * sl<S a A »i ) - 

C^l^f WWl The two chief festivals of the Hindus 

in a year, viz, Dojajatra and 

Durgapuja. 

woa ^i^deic^ 6 qoiI9q; qmsfl wa sjai m§ i] 

eQIfiJft— «. 9 ( GQI© aifc+Q9. ?I9 )— 1 1 99-9; 
Dolana £Q9I— 1. Oscillating. 

^ I fljQGWM— 2. Swinging^ suspending. 
€9. 9— G<MO|~ A swing. 

CGOie «aQ) 9IQC96Q C«Q 

CQiww gqi»9 <ig 9QW oogg 1 gyisia, fl^wm 1 


<G9I» a® a 


( •»"<*« ) 


€91© 39*i 


\ __ 

Dola puman 


| b^aw^ji giS)| _ T}ie Dolajatra festi- 


I. 9— G9l«>8§fll ( €9*1 ) 

Dolapurnnima ( See ) 

(GQiatGQCf, G9i»aGa] > wioajdl— «ioiq,a) 

£QIQ Qfffll— tt. 9- £PI« 9 etol— 

' Dola purnnima The full moon of the 

month of Falguna. 

[ 5— c sisfcjGQ qaiQt ©99% G9i9sgaGQ 

9SlftGQ fqSN I ] 

*69» flfta — 9. 9 (siaa9€Qfl1j G9i»-t-9§a)— 

Dola mandapa G9l»*SGgQ( G^3 ) 

Dola mundei (See) 

*Q1GC€$q— C9.9 (3- G9i«9§a)— G3Q agaGQq*ii$§$r 

Dola mundei 999 G9IMWI Slfl^GQ G9I« G<a»SJ— 

(GQIG)9G£JQ — SIQH^a) A raised platform on 

which the idols of Radha and Krushna 
are rocked during the Dolajatra festival. 

^Qi®<ai$i— 3. 9 (+G9i» 6 w\ )— g9i»q$i9; o%9 
' Dola jstrs qiq q$aa 9aslloi% a|fii a&$ w<$ 9 

G9|QG)l9q 

tfffafew, CStft val in the bright fortnight 

|?Kt of Falguna. 

[ 9— 90 , G99GQ $6e£iaQ <§9€!IGQ G9I»SI§>I 

GQiOj ^icrqsQflloi^agfli a&$ §<ii;i as^io 
trqsa ajsuoiq^ g©3 ^|aw! 0*9 §<i 1 $\<$%q 

999%, G9Q G9|figgaG9 GQG9 €91© G4ffl§ 6 
21ia^|qil6Q 2I9Q G9MG9I9 6 §Q9jQJ 9$SQ $9§J 
6 9Qh«(1®I9€9 Q«§ ' <$? 9 K9 G9l6s8 6 QjQQ^JIQ 
^*Qfl!GW G9lflO|^ €^9SL9 9% ^|Q 99$ I <J9I fl# 
ClQQt^l^QQ 3*19 Q£9 1 «Q©S|G9 Qi$ai9S 

QlGaiQ qttf 9Q1§ 6 G9£i G9!Q 9Q$ G«»£J 6 fl|9 
G9!S^ I ] 

4BQIOI— 9. 9 (G9l9+qJ.a)— * I «t*s 9ie9WjSwi- 
Dola 9G33 — 1- Sedan chair. 

. ) 1 «|Ol> ©$G9lft> W\Q — 
2. A carrying chair. 

* I Sj©9l 9^ — 3. A swinging device; 

a swing. 

v I <SI«aa ( Q. aQSICIQ )— 4. Indigo plant. 

€9. 9 ( B9l9qa*") €91»G9l9<39 ©19 913— 

Name for calling Dolagobinda. 

««?IOl(W»)Q9r— G9* $ (9. GQIO 81^)— G9I» EieWQplj 

DoiaQe)ib5 ^Q9lj 31N99 99Q91— To cause 

#Tf*rtt to awing; to rock to and fro. 


69IQiqai9— 9. 94. q? (G9IO|q 9|fl d|^ 9l|. 39) - 
Dolayamana ^. | g^|Q9| — 1. Rocking to and fro; 
te9l»iqfl|9| - H) oscillating. 

> I Q9§98 gmOO— 2. Rocked to and fro. 

3. (figurative) Vacillating; wavering. 
GQIffliq©— «. W. qf ( G9IOI^ 9W ai^-f-Q^'. 9 )— 
Dolayita e9|©|£jfl|9 ( G9« ) 

(69191^91 — q]) Dolayamana ( See ) 

9. 9. (+Q|9. ©)— G9IQQ— Swinging. 
69KSiq9— «. Q— GS3Q q^GQ ^Q M9Q OTIoqCQ 
Dolajuddha 9IQ ©3 QClaiO — 

A battle in which the parties win and 
are defeated by turns. 

G9IGH3, — 9. Q-©£$l (9GG^| 99i90) ( G95| ) 
Dolaswa Chalana ( See ) 

Do li (rook) ff£|Q9l —To suspend; to cause to 
^ swing. 

6QIQ— S9. 9. ( 9°. G9WI )— V I G9I»I— 

Doli 1. Swinging chair; a swing. 

^ I (a9qa) e9i»G«H99Q 919 9ia— 

2, A. name for calling Dolagobinda. 

G9ifi)ai— G9. 9. (aowqeO) — €9i© > ( G9a ) 

Dolia Doli 2 ( See ) 

AIC9- WI99.9) 9— *9 6^— 

A jar in which toddy is collected. 

G9iaQ|-q d . 9. $ ( G9to+9 + «il. a ) — 
Dolika i | GS% G9IQI— 1- A small swing. 
9 \ 9IGQIGI — 2. A sedan chair. 
€91© e«!»— €9. 9— fi»Q9l 9^1^169 G«©9I 09 99IQ 

Dolikhela G^» — Sporting by swinging in a 

swing. 

€Q1© COCO QO 99 aCTCil i 909C«IIQ I qtqfrW 1 

GQ!£> G««)9i— C9. S-— aGa G9I9IGQ ^R9I— 

Doli khelibai To svfing in a swing. 

oaev gqio c«9 ara i eo«c«UQ. 5>4q«1 i 
GQI6 9991— G9. 9.— G9I0IG9 $6KN 5^— 
Do^i pahancha Act of swinging. 
(G9IO QW, G9I9 a$W, G9I9 39«— »ffi%a) 


G9t9 MWQ9I 


( •*•* ) 


OTB Ql^?r 


gqigj a@si(eii)Q9i— 69. £.— as* «i^«jl g^qigq 

Doli pahaBoha(H3lie)iba g>QQ91 — To rook an- 
wHH ," " other person in a swing: 

Dolipahanchiheba Doj[i kheliba (See) 

(6QI9 WWI, €010 aWQCOTl— acwqa) 
'tQJdQl— GQ. <£.— t I GWGQ ^ftWI>..W»ft9t-— 
Dojiba 1. To swing to and fro; to oscillate. 

J I $6t9l — 2.*Tb rock; to shake. 

ff as* QQ9 a$« i Qfliq- oteQ^q i 
8WIK3H— C9. ft«. (*. flaWI)— %Qt «« SlfillQlfy— 
Dosakha" Having two branches only; bi-forked. 

GQI31Q— G9G9. f>. (0*1. 9€lfl; $Q. S. sF + atifl) — 
Dosala <q$ ©3I©| G9iQ^9l $Q «l§ SIS*— 

(GWKg— aGW^Q) A. pair of shawls put together 

flMW [^ — ai$ 3Q sgct <@ «to 99QQ%ca 

ate OWN? U -^v 

GQl€lifii>1— G9. Q.— w^iQiatai^Qia ^QQq. QOIqqi 
Dosall ,qkS W$Q^Q? 6CWH9I SIQ— 

Two separate baling arrangements don§ 

in the case of lifting water from a deep 

G9lSi«2fl — agiqp) place. 

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S3IQ GQIM 4KKQ S??li Qqaw 6 q3 G9 «ifitq> 

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6QI8 3. 9— GW v (69«) 
Dosh Dos (See) 

Dosha ^ 1 aia — 3. Sin. 

(SL«— OTqQ) > 1 ®oqy — 2. Crime; guilt. 

V I gs>«t|£| — 4. Injustice. 

* I a©%; aa$|Q— 5. Mischief; injury, 
9 I %9$ — 6., Erilaefc. 

S> I '£JaW?<— 7.IBlame; bad same. 
r l ©Q|-8^ ; Sp9rtaii. 

* I QQQf — 9. Blemish; taint. 


^ » I §> iH-10. Fault; defect. 

<A I ffHQ©| — 11. Deficiency. 

K* I TOmI^Q— 12. Oppression, 

K m I SQ — 13.i Loss. 

%* ( QQ a$gi — 14. Diseased condition, 

o 1 €QQfl 910, 8^, qstq gcw Ql 

gj^l — 15. Disorder or morbidity of 

the three humours of the boiy (viz 

phlegm, bile and -wind.) 

<9 I W» 91 GMQ QOQI G^IS — 
16-, Fault in a composition or speech. 

[ g— am Q9Q aaQQP, aalo^aQjq Q9 3Q^- 

qWI §< 9191^ GOI^^QS} I 9lg©iGQ <g GOI^^I^ 
G9IS, * I 9ISH" ww # *.i aa wi«, * 1 ^ wi« 1] 
17. Evil passions. 

[ 9— g^is as? asw G9G©9 w aGQ w^o 
^ aai-otfeoiia, -«jfiii€9ffl, ots^w, «tcpwia, 
qoiq« CQia, swi^cw, ^eiG^i^ Qo«<i«? 1 ] 

(g. ^fiJ>qiaQ)^18. The name of one of 

the Basu Deities, 
, U I fiGQNUfii »9W€l)^-!l9- Night. 

Dqshaka OaH. 

Dosha kata("te)iblfc Dosha khandaiba (See) 

GQIS «§©I-GQ. 9— GQ1« «|Q (GQ3) 

Dosha katiba Dosha khandana (See) ■ 

Doshakara. ^ [ ©a aaqa OGQ— !• Offending. 

(gqisqo, wraora— aoiqjj) J 1 a©^o©9— 

(roiaeiq, Wiaftl«V<l— *D 2- Injurious; hurtful... 
Dosha kariba 1. To commit an offence. 

^IT^rtfT 2. To offend' a person. 

GQI9 9I§«>I— GQ. ft— ■«. i QQl$% 9g 91 WqGQ fl9l- 

: Dosha kanjhiba . - : w €9!^% WMQ «Q9|-^ 

CfW^lf^^ilt. l>Se^fi*wi out the fault in a-, 

^7fi9fn«cVT matter or thing- 


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Qfal SfcdlQQI — 2. To trace out a fault 

or defect. 
> 1 TOiQ GQI<3^ SiaiQ^GQ QQISI Q&QI— 
3. To publish the guilt or defect of a 

person. 

G9IQ «!$$>— 3. 9. ( ?ll ooo Wi-a+fl^Q )— 

Dosha khantjana t I $S> adqaQ fl|«folj €QI9$ aqi 

1. Forgiving of a guilt. 

2. Expiation for one's sins. 

W^flfll8©Q€lQI— 3. Proving of one's 
innocence; defence of oneself. 

Dosha khan<Ja(nde)iba CTW^ aea 39 S99IQ 
[G9IS <JII(€l)a9l— a^Hqq) Q9l$j 9SJ9I - 
Cfft *teft 1. To wipe out a blot from one's self; 
^3T «sfe T «t T to repel an accuaation. 

j I aftiQ aaqa 91 Mis 9fli «Wi — 

2. To forgive another's fault, 

€<5>i<a Sq(€Q)QQI— OT-- £— G^IS 6WI ( CQ* ) 
Dosha gira(re)iba Dosha deba ( See) 

GQI3 q$r— $. Q. WQq«IS9j ?9# CQW+SW)— 

Dosha guna ^|«a 6 q$|— Faults and meritSf bad 

and good qualities. 

Doshagrahi- t I GSQ* 60© QQQ q^i 9 69^ GOT» • 

(q^M- W©) wra WW; Wl^al — 

<G9I«9I8«1— $) 1* Fault-finding; censorious (Apte). 
* I fijsfa — B. Malicious; malignant (Apte). 

eQiQ gqi@i(s©)qqi— w. ^— * i «g* sdqgq &qq 

Dosha ghor£a(rge)ib5 ^*| qi GQIS^ qqQQI — 
CWft «]4M 1- To try to conceal one's faults or 

c[FT fe*TW blemishes from the eyes of another. 

'j i 2iqh$s> wisq, gidiQtfor 9^% eaiaft 

Qq|9l — 2. To conceai the fault of another 
from the eyes of the public. 


Doshaghna §|ga qi ©$$!$> $13 ^08 Q?® w , 
(WISGl — tf) §§ 6 QffQ GQIS 9IQ §<— (medicinal 
treatment) Which counteracts the morbid- 
ity of the humours of 5 the system* 
GQIS QQQ— *- W- ( W;«+OS> al§_+Q®\ «J^ .) — 
Dosha janaka «. I eQl9gg5 313^— 1. Faulty; 

defective; sinful. 

2. Injurious; mischievous. 

Dosha jna q^€«> «Q@ — 1. Experienced in finding 

(OTNW— *)) out faults ' 

(GQl<a@S>l— 9) > l ^3^—2. Learned; sagacious 

1. An expert physician. 
5 I a§£> 9*iQ —2. A learned person. 
* I ^91 Qna — 3. A wise man. 
v t €<?Qij ©«4« t " 4, • A. physician (Apte). 

6QISS - «. Q. ( ?« yiSL+51^- aft )— 

Doshana t. | ^QmOIGQ CQI^IM"" 1 - Lavin g tiie 

blame on another; blaming another^ 

) I ^IQC^I^i — 2. Charge; accusation (Apte). 

6QI3 ©OTQ^— €9CQ- 9- (^90^€is? ; «. €Qi<3> 6 ffl." 
Dosha takasir 0^9$) — W$ «3Qa 9J P^— 
C?T^ ^^ W ?R^rta AU the faults or blemishes. 
(G9I<3 Q^ CQI^ oe«US— aQtq3) 

Doshatraya ^>^q — The morbidity or vitiation of 

the three humours of the body (e.g. 

wind, bile and phlegm ). 

DoshadarsI ©a QQ9 6^19 G'SIS 1 §G% €91^919 — 

feQWQ'nl — ^1) ^ ne wn0 ^ 3 0n ^^ 6 l°°k ou * i ^ or 

Wi^QOI 7 tke faults of others; fault-finding; 

GQi<gQaft J censoriou?. 

Dosha dushta G9I^1^ (6Q«l) 

Doshakranta (See) 


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Dosha diushti TOI3QG1 (TO*)— Doshadarsi (See) 

€QI€I SQ«K6«)QQI— TO. £.— QQQ GQSq, SQIQ 
Dosha dekha(khe)iba q$q|_To point out 

Cm WSfo fa fitfelH T another's fault. 

€QI$ GTO1— TO. 3.— <* I BQOIGQ 'QfiH? 9! 9QI TO« 
Dosha deba ©$9| — 1. To lay the blame on 

tffta Ctf^3l another; to blame, 

^*t, ^rai y \ G0te3 91^ TOrfl 319*13 qq?i- 

2. To adjudicate a person guilty. 

•» 1 g$?«§ 9i$ 9%STO aQGSIQ wi- 
3. To accuse a person; to charge a person. 

Dosha dhariba To find out the fault of 

tfrfa <3l another. 

ft* tocti (gqis qispi— acn^a) 

TOISG— TO. 9. («. 6Ql9«l)— GQWtfl (TOfl) 

Doshana Offal ^t^f Doshana (See) 

TOIWBq— TO. W. (*. ^«tf|sJQ «qs» 9t09IQ)— 
Doshaniya <£i<a4%$ G9l<aiGqa©ai€h — 

To be found fault with; faulty; blameable. 

€QI$G«QI— GQ.§— TOIS 9[§IQ91 (TO«0 
Dosha neba Dosha mundaibS ( See) 

€Q19j€J«— «. 9. W. Q. CQ; G9IS QGftWR M) — 

Dosha patra aaqal^ SiaqdQ 99QS! G3Q QlQ&GQ 

TOWWfal \ a ^ fta GQ«2iiai< — A writing describ- 

TOI3GQ3 J ^- ing the details of an offence 

or defect; a written declaration of an 

# offence; a charge sheet. 

DoshabhSk <.si|. «.9) — V I aaqal — 

2. Guilty; offending. 

Dosha magi neba To beg excuse for a fault 

committed, by praying sincerely. 

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Dosha munda(iide)iba 2ia$i| Q8GQ ©C?i 91 Ql^ 

gQQI — 1. To take the blame for some 

fault on one's own shoulders. 

j 1 as^si siaqa qiq* qis|9 99<a «^9i — 
2. To take 'the responsibility of another's 

guilt on oneself. 


Dosha mentana(na) Dosha khandana (See) 

Doshala 1 1 GQI^qfi — 1- Faulty; defective. 

(GQI3QI— ^1) ' I dial — 2. Sinful (Apte). 
GQIS Q€1I (GS!)QQi — G<5> . £— G9fel3 WWQ 9iqSl €©7^9 

Dosha lagS(ge)iba 9s^OIGQ ^Cqa^l «€19I— 

C^rlWffift To lay the blame on some one; 

^t^ ^ H R T to attribute a fault to some one- 

GQI^Q©G>I— GQ. «(QhCT)— G9I^ GWI (CQa) 

Dosha ladiba Dosha deba (See) 

GQIQQQQI — TO- *— ^ 1 GV?tfl9 9t^Q a^Q gqq 
Dosha lagiba (©g^ 9IQ?fiQ)GQ q^^tGQ asTa^Q 

f?p?3*i5Tt ©I9iq ^qi^ Qp Gg©% 91 saaQc^ 

«fr89« ^Q9I — 1. The influence of a 
person's dying in an inauspicious time 
affecting his passing soul or ghost or 

his relatives. 

j 1 9iwiQ ®%$ eiftCQ gaa QG&radfo g^g^ 

a^«l%« 9QQ a^qiGQegQ QQ 3^9 QI91Q 

^©gi© «n99%«fl«a^i 9Q9I wq ««flo 

G99I — 2, The ascertainment of the bad 

effects of a girl having her first menses 

on an astrologically inauspicious day. 

* I GClWfll 91 G31QSQQ 9J&% GC»I%Q sjaqci 

G9G«l a^ai^, ?J©GQ 9^S>9 C9|S| gpfjp- 

OlGQ 91 MftOlGQ SIG^S© G99I— 

3. The attribution of the guilt for the 

unnatural death of a cow to the owner 

or to the cowherd, according to the 

dictates of Hindu scriptures. 

v 1 qq\$$ qq eitf»eeQ a&qa 91 aia G9fa§ 

9h^O|GQ nQ<$t<5t €991— 4. The assign- 
ment of the guilt or sin for a bad act 

on some person. 

Dosha «+rfl. a) — q^—1,. Night 

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* I «l$QIQ — 3. Darkness (Apte). 
v I Mil (g. SOTICISI)— *. Evening. 

-gqisuqq— e. €>- (?^1 «©5 G9i<a+TOQ)— 

Doshakara ^ | fl9iaia1— 1. Very sinful. 

> i «aqa1— 2.Guilty. 

* I GS§ GQGOIGQ GQISQ 0|pi 8§ a*©-*- 

3. Full of faults. 

v i (QQi<ai=»q$P+$ aiSL+SKg.a^Hj GQi^lGQ 

4, The moon (lit. the night-maker or 

emitting rays in the night), 

6QI<aiSI$-£. M. (OTl^l »©j G9l9-h2J$l$) - 

Doshakranta SQj^iqjj — Faulty; labouring under 

a defect 
6QISISQ— a. $— a€g8© aaqaj 3QG3IQ (e.as?gi€na)- 
Doshaksbara Charge; accusation. 

GQt^l©^ — ^. 9. (€Ql<ai=~Qp +®$<vl ace?- ®Q; 90 
Dosbatana SIQITO, Bi£Q|©ff) — q^GMSfe — 

Nightly, nocturnal, 

Dosha ti laka gojg — Lamp, 

GQIQIGQI9— St- Q. (eaoioiefo tooq €is>j ^9jG9i9 + 
Doshadosha agqjq)— ^ I Wig (S qfl — 

1. Faults and good parts (of a man), 

2. The good and the bad of a matter. 

.€<3>i$i©S>-a. Q4. (gjaa^ qq ; GQi$ + sn9Q=Ga 9w 

Doshabaha 9GQ)— ^ | CQWTOO— 1. Faulty. 
J i £l|a£>QQ— 2. Sinful. 

* I G3»IS0$— 3. Full of blemishesor defects. 

€QisiGqa-a. 9. V%1 ©©; GQis+sicqa)— 

Dosharopa «©■» qh^ qqgq cokfl GQISQ 3a$G£Iia— 
(GQl^lG^atfl — ?IQ«(%a) Accusation; charge; laying 

the blame on another. 

<6Qisigi— a. 9. (gqisi— q^+wi^q^ q? q 351 

Doshasya SI%Q) — €91^1 QQQ (GQ«) 

Dosha tilaka (See) 

■Gwte~a. 9. (cpra+og)— gqq; 0)91 — 

£>oahika Disease; illness. 

«t. $>tf— GW 91 «1 qg— 
Faulty; defective (Apte). 
€QI§«fl— 2* ©«!. $|, (GQl€Q + ^l. Q)— GQISlQ %1«CP— 

Doshini The feminine of Doshl. 

€Qi§QJ-GQ« (OQi) $. (S. ^jsaifc) — 
Doshiba GWIG^a flOTIj 9Q1 SQ9I — 


^1 To blame; to attribute blame to 

3TW; l^fT; ^HT some one, 

WQ «$c« €Qi€ Qi§a ege 1 qaieia. 9910191 < 

GQiSl— ff. QtiL 9! ( G9lS + a© «dGQ QQ, WI.W ) — 
Doshl «. |-«aqal — 1. Guilty; criminal, 
(GQlJMI— *l) * f a|dl—2- Sinful. 

* I OOQ — 3. Ungrateful. 

**■ I GQI«qg ( 9. €IMlaa>r*-4; Faulty 

defective. 

DoshaikadarsI QGJj KQ\. £9) — q$ © GQ<£ G9 

GQIG^OQaflJ 7 ftl GS9» «ll« C9I<3 GQGfl— 
G9I6§W99I J Fault-iinding; censorious. 

GQ]g~~ tt. 9 ( Q^aifc— OTK? 0WI+QQG4. 69)— 
Dos U?SJ» 91 Q^q© Gfl^Q Qi^— 

(SQ|«S — siQh^Q) 1, The sides or arms of a 

triangle or quadrangle. 
j 1 9>|gj-— 2. The arm. 

* I 9*1; W — 3. The band. 
GQIflfl«— G?G9. Q* (eTI)— ^eflff (W«) 

Dos-man Dus-man ( See) 

GQISfl© — QQQQ- © (ffl)— S[Q?© ( G9«! ) 

Dos-mani Dus-mani (Soej 

GQI Q@ s $— GQ. ^-^Q? q»ae)Q 9«9 go — 

Do sald^iki Meeting place of two roads; 

(GWW— «!9H%a) bifurcation :of a road. 

GQie©l— GO- Q— GQIGQI9I ( SQ« ) 

Dtisarda Dospjga ( See ) 

GQ19©— 9IG0 (aiOlQ)© "" <3$$ GQWQ— Ttie narrow 

Dosandi open space between two separte houses. 
GQ. ^— SQI3£> ( GQ« )— Dosandhi ( See ) 

6Q\m— GO. (*. 9 6 TO) — * I ^ 9 S qyG ^ «1<N 
Dosandhi 9®— 1. Interstice; creviee- 

^Fl^ ^ ! ^Q q|qi 9flG« ?[QI eri^f— 2. The space 

j^rar between two boundaries. 

3. (figurative) Dilemma. 

0§QQ GQI9S>SSi a© 8*9* WlCi 05Q3 

GQigai©-GO. 9 ( «. ? 6 QkU )— ^ I ^Q C^f©lQ 91 
Dosamali ^Qd§ ©ajlQ 82191 $Q qO«iQ OTQ^l 
(WflfllO^Wiqp) 4511— 1- The boundary be- 
CHI^U t tween two lands or villages or 

flUjUHf estates or States. 


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5 I glSlGQSII — 2. Boundary line. 

$>$ — <$Q »9Q 91 9ISQ QlfllCQ 39^©— 

Situate on the boundary line of two lands 

or villages. 

GQIQ8IO 99Q-— TO. $— G£IS| Q3Q ^Q SQ&tQ «|fl|- 
Dosamali pathara ©ctfai^ gaiOi G9IQSK1 — 
CWStoffl *fW3 Boundary stone set up on the 

<$?£NlHT q*j* boundary line of two villages. 

(saai— ogdQ toitoio «#i, GQisai© «£, tokcuo 
ai<s*i, wwflio . fta, * wiswio 9% toissiqSs*-. 

SQiW— to. 9 (a. #+§ aiqi; 9. $qQ>— acfl- 

Dosara A companion, 

a— q^|. ^Gl^SQ — Again; for the second time. 

0191 91*1 9 C9G» €fll$Q 933 
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$1tf S>. flMQS. 99 \ 

TO. W— < I g Q^ — 1- Second. 

-> I Wm — -2. Another. ? — - 
CQi9© 9 a/QQ *§ I assise . C39q§ ciloi 1 
TOISQ--TO. §«M^:£-+a*H%i g.^q)— -1 I <?Gl£j- 
Dosara 1 Second- 

C^rfRd} ^*kr <> I aQi — 2. Another. 
(TO(§I — W%9) * I 3©^j*iW; O^ — 3. Separate, 
v I GSH^Ij qci — 4. In pairs, 

5. Dosaria (See) 

Q— V I 9I3Q $Cfc OIQ3 — i» The second day of 

the month. 
J I Wl^p Q<^ — 2. Assistant; colleague. 

GQK3QS0— GQ. W— 9.Q €9| 3 ^ 9Q ?(9! (eiQ)- 
Dosaria Two-stringed (necklace). 

SQIQQ SflGJO— GQ. 9— ©19IQI «CT_8 (TO«) 
Dosari anguthi Bahaiga anguthi (See) 

TOlMl-sTO.*©— Wfc9Ga<Sj $P* fl€»3% G9I9«I^I — 
Dosari A musical instrument; a fiute which 

produces two tunes simultaneously. 

^«— WW€ja (GQ«l)— DosariS (See) 


TOIflQ SKt— TO- $— <K?S> ©QlQ© G99I ^Gfcf Sfif— 
Dosari sankha Two conches blown simultane- 
CBFt^tTN' ouslyjby one person. 

GQiaiQ(%l)(ti)— GQ.9 («r.9Wial—9IQaio)— *i »^ao> 
Dosada(dha)(dhu) QQQQfll Sat^> Qtffipi — 

tfffatW; WH 1. Head of the Police; Police 

Superintendent. 

«3©q wiq 99 si* $gQ9i 1 9^ftia. 909<gfl|iq« 1 

> I 9101; 'JIQaiO — 2. Porter; door-keeper. 
GQIfllQ— GVGQ. W (ffli SLO-4Q9IQ, QSJiq, QaQIQ) — 
DosSla i I ^qqq aiQ ©$£j( — 1. Limited for two 

(^WsTt; ^jRT^T years. 

(aai— GQisiq m) 

y I 9Q 9*39^ — 2, Aged two years, 

• 1 9ft 9*9 si$GQ «3fQ| — 3'. Happening at 

intervals of two years. 

(saat— G9I3IG1 96QI9§) 

* I $Q SQ al€1 G9!Q§(9I ( QflJJil ) — 

4. Twice seasoned with sugar (fried corn)- 
Q$Q®. ^— G9I3IQ (G^)— Dosala (See) 

GQI4I4 QG»t©a— GQ. $— G3^ 9GQ199.GQ . aifliWQI 
DosalS bandobasta ©q| ^Q Q<a QIqT QQQS^ QG9 — 
^>rW <W f <^ ; Biennial settlement of rent, 

Dosalia Dosala (See) 

[ Sfal— €9Wft» ©1*51 ] 
GQl€'ai' B — OT- M— (3.^+3?©) — 4Q% 3qQ G9!Q?19( 
Dosiafi (QQ 0^ 9^)— ( Two pieces of cloth) 

Sewn together. 
6QIQS1— TO. M. ( «. ^ 6 «p )— 09Q^GQS^I- 
Dosuti G9IQ%9I; Gflltl ( SJ«I )— Woven with 
g-^^ double thread; thick- woven ( cloth ). 

A double-woven cloth. 

TOI6fli®l— TO. Q— ^ I Q^^i 8IS9I— ll A scarf or 

Dosarda sheet for covering the upper part of 

yptf$\ the body. 

SJtEtf ) I TOia*l.€pQ— 2. A sheet consisting of 

two breadths sewn together^ 

90? asawlC9i9i— Q»^i*MWi9ft ' 


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Dost 1, Friend. 

OTte 90* SQig 6 g<» wjai wiq cw§i *i« sosi - 

^fc?f tfSIQCqSC. &fl|A 303& i 

-> I %<$<$ a^QGr 9^—2. Bosom friend. 
• I SICT^S — 3_ Companion. 

GQI&qiq— g"?gq. ( m. )— qiccm — 

Dost-dSr Companion. 

GQI3,QI€}— G^GQ. $- ( £H )— 9« Ql— 
Dost-dari Friendship. 

eQia v fl9fl(tt^— €§cq. ©. «pw)— 91909 ©e^i wilo- 

Dost mahama(mma)d Name of an Amir oE Kabul, 

qQ| gqejGQ ( so. trw^rwj ) ^fa qi$q qjgs 
§)€}©$[ €I$M Q39IQ ai€IQi QQ9G1 G99l$ Q?\ 

acQ^wis^ ww ^gct Spot q$o QQQiq, gg'$> 

Ol^ 6€€lt9Q «SI 89IQ 2*3 «l<^ GQGQ G3 QW 
WW 3§> G9GS> 1 oaw «?^»^<3I^L ^1§© 
G9IQ GQ|§ V «I9W^ 09 3191 qSM«£_ SN$QQ «fllQ 
QQQiq, sacs, «g OTig^flM© Wl TOI<£. 9Q9 
QQ €>G£> afllQ G9GQ I 9GQ Qsf a^Qf^ SJQ©% 
G^QI QOIQ GQIS^ 0WK§L aq§ 9Q 3191 TOIS^ 
©1§QGQ asflQ «G«j 6 GQI§ v WWr^QQl QQ 21)3 
«qq©igq €}§€« i <I9I geifl «ier«l9 q$ ( <J"«- j) 

qgq 9i9i wi w«kw q^io^ vwi^ 

. £W$1 CN&* G9Q0R S*3f <GQ€9q Q|$Q «U[9IQ 
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69I§-G9G9. 9. ( *» )— * l W oi— 

Dosfci 1. Friendship. 

OT*ft -> I g«£j— 2. Love. 

tftSt * I Q©1©l — 3. Attachment. 

4 Illicit; love. 

6Q|$ — a. 9. ( ^? a|^+q9. 21 )— <» I G9I§QI — 
Doha 1. Milking, 

J I ( + w$<a. a ) G9I9Q aitf— 

2. Milking pot. 
« I QG$>I9— 3 - Gonteatmeiit. 
*l (+Q#. a ) SS-4. Milk. 


€QIS>0— *.'M. q?. C^v al SL+ W( §- a« )"G9I9G>S'I < 315 
Dohaka £3 $69— Milkin S- 

( G9lgQI— $ ) 

Dohaja Milk, 

e. ©^— €Qi9Q©IO— & ot "by milking. 

eQi@(G@i)®— «• ©— t- 1 gsi^ aQ 9» q^i; gq 69^ 

Doha(ho)rda 1. Tilling for the second time. 

> I G^l%a ( G9« ) — Dorua { See ) 

©a— G9i<$9$ SjQ eiQ q^ oqaio^l ( ©^ ) — 

( a plot of land ) Tilled twice. 

GQI©(G®!)@GQQ— GQ. W. q!— GQIGTO ( GQ« ) 
Doha(ho)^abei Bobei ( See ) 

€QI9(S9D©I ( C«iW ) — GQ1691 Q^iQ ( GQ<a ) 

Doha(ho}r^S (etc) Do-or^a etc ( See) 

GQI@9— G9. S>— GQI^S ( GQS) ) 

Dohani Dohuni ( See ) 

€QI@Q— a. Q. ( Wi9—«lG9ra+^i ai^+9^. a ) — 

Dohada t 1 |9I- Q®l — 1- Desire; wish. 

j I qq%\ — 2. Violent desire; hankering. 

3. The longing of a pregnant woman. 

* I ©©—4. Sign. 

*■ I ®^y — 5- Medicine. 

9 1 ( ^p+$9^=©aw ) «QQja^ — 

6. Signs of pregnancy- 
5> I €!^I9§I -^- Pregnancy; pregnant state/ 
r 1 a< — S. Womb, 
c 1 $si9Q GQi^9 Si^a 9i gG*p— 

9, Applications for nourishing trees. 
GQI$<m> QIO— 3- ©.— (f^l ©Oj GQI9Q+Qlff) — 
Dohada dan a filSd^ 3^9^11^ 9g CliQPl^ GWI S fill» 
*32IQ9|— Offering of desired things to 
a longing pregnant woman. 

GQI9WGI— 3. 9. $1. (G9I99+90 + & *)— <a| ^'*" 
Dohada bati Q64S<a 3Q S9i9Sl QCMI — A longing 

pregnant woman* 

GQI9Q Qfla-3. Q. (9$ ©£; GQI99+fi*a«)— UQ$t 
. Dohada lakshana fi»a«— 1- Signs of pregnancy. 
J I S£j firfa S*- 2 foetus. 

* I 9^83$ (9^©9|Q) — 3 - Transition from 

childhood to youth; the prime of life. 

Dohadanwita «) — «W9— Pregnant. 


<L99 


€9iwn 


( **•$ ) 


€9(91 


■roi9©8-*..0. $ (G9199*ciefeilQ qsi+qr+s)— 
DobadinJ G9I999SI (G9 a) — Dohadabati (See) 

6Q1$<m1— 3. $0, q? (€9199+*® SISGQ Qtfjtfll. W ) — 
Dohadl $isfl (£)QQQI9) — Lustful; amorous. 

Dohana q$V— 1, Act of milking 

-M 991 OTGQga G9Q31QI-2. Yielding milk. 

*> I $99 QQ9I — 3. Collecting; compiling. 
v | (-faa. «g) G9I9Q ai$— 4. A pail or pot 
into which milk is milked. 

€<3>l9<3h- 9. ©. — (WlW+il. «)— ^ I 6919ft Qt§l— 
Dohani 1. Milking pot, 

5 1 G9I9G* Q# (8. »9l«Kl)— 
2 The act of milking- 
€Q!@Q— G9. W.-€QI«9 * (G9«) 
Dobara Do-arjia (See) 

VSQft Sflifel Q92I f£GI|Q SQl^Q 98«% 

€91 §Q€fl— G9. *«. ( e* *f -i-9ff x )— «. 1 9ft 3^1© 
Doharapi 93IS3QSQ CfiW "WiQ^I (««) 
^ ^jft 1. (a writing) Written in two kinds 

5 g*ift of; handwriting. 

-5 f^Q £|SIQ 9§IS$ Gftq. ©I&. %9* tt*§) — 

2. (a person) Knowing to write two 

kinds of handwriting. 

€Q!@Q fl^l— W. ©.— GQI&9 q§l (GQ«) 
Dohara munda Do-orcla munda (See) 

GQI§Q[ (Q€HW)— €9I€9« QOT9 (69fl> 

Dohara (etc) Dohora etc (See) 

€9!$€j (QOflQ)— G9IG9ISJ QW (CQfl) 

Dobari etc Dohori etc (See) 

GQIQQ— 9- $. (G9i9=StG$l9 + Ga ai^=»g9tf 9Q9I+ 
Dohala Q(§. 2j)-» QS!j?tQ»|g— Desire. 

g!G9_ (SI9©IS> 6 &1MS) $• ■<*• OT9fi»— 9»9li 
agCT— ^Varanda; portico. 

Dohala(Ia) 1, Oscillation, 

f5WF £t@RT 2. Vasillating. 

[69igto(»)— asw%a] *> | *«i-&q— 

3^Dragging £o"a»d ix£>. 
.■* I «KJCM»— 4. Agitation. 


* \ W WI9 — 

5. Mutual recrimination; wordy fight. 

€91 §Q£fl— G9- ©a. (St. $ +^.'W N )- Gsa F 2IG$ 90S 

Do halapi Q§ Qg^QI $01^ <} ©£[ aQ 9R9 QQ 

Oft ^P^t ©QIGQQl G9Q GQGO «CW SQIQ QQ. 

5 55P|t . QG9 — '■ Speaking two different ver- 

sions on oath; making contradictory 

statements-on oath. 

G9I90QQ— 9. §3. $1 — CQIOOTO (Q. 3.) ~-(G9tt) 
Dohalabati Dohadabati tSee) 

€9I@Q— 69. Q.— (tt. §» ai$)— * I G9l9Q9lj QQSJSS 
Dohala q&q__1 . Oscillation. 

(G9IG9IQ— SQH%a) 9 \ G9I9QQ9I — 2. Rooking. 

GQi@Q(GQ)Q^I— G9. §. (*. ^tt v ai^ 3©^) — 
Dohala(le)iba ^ i G9I9^9I §^IQ 0S% %a— 
[69IG9M (SQ)Q9I— «CH%q] 

1. The cansative form of Dohaliba. 
CfftMT^ ) I tfOQPI— 2. To rock up. 

TtaffT v I ff(JIQ9l — 3. To slacken; to loosen. 
591 <aq€iQtf»aoffioaQ 

v| QQgQS' Q9IOO 9QQI — 

4, To wave; to move to and fro. 

GQI@fiJ 6Q19Q— G9. 9— «■ l-OflQIQ €919^91^- 
Dohala dohali 1 . Repeated oeeillation. 

(59IG9IQ G91G9I^— «ffn%a) -> l9$9l€WS>tM»9l— 
2. Eocking a thing repeatedly. 

GQISWI— G9. $ (a. ^ ai^) — e I 9^91— 

Dohaliba 1. To oscillate. 

(G9IG91W1— a©i%3) y I ^Q9I— 2- To swing. 

(KM • I Q93Q8 qQ© G99I — 

^t^5(T 3, To move to and fro. 

gqsi 9ICG oeii GQi^Q GQi9a— qyiffia- QQ^ia 1 
GQI$Q1— 3. ©. |] (G9l9» + «^lG€f. ^)— 3G€II9 €13— 
Dohali Janesia Asoca (tree). 

(G9I9Q— «^%9) 

GQi^i— G9G9. 9 (a. .9)— «. 1 ©9i; @Qlq<aiQ aQigq§ 
Doha ©Q— 1 . Hindustanee doggerel. 

CTW ^ I ^Ql fll^lfiGQlQG^g— 

^T 2. A sort of Hindi metre. 

[ 2— <^gq €^Q oq« aw 1 <9!Q seis ^Sl^ 

QQ^l <39 dl$GQ 6 Wl^ Q^ef OQ« <1« al^GQ 
€Q«wai4 i <9IQ flfi»--6 x«Jjaq«Q«GQ A» GQ«N" 


«*19iQ 


( -*A»9 ) 


G^iGfltfc 


2Jl<3 I ffflq 6 ©§a ©Q«Q gss asQ gpiflQ 

$« 1 ] 
■€Q!$IQ— G^ $ (§+^io) — 1 1 aaaj q<a— 

Dohai 1. Oath. 

cntefe y \ iQqje G9fa§ g<w>i 9! qeiQ <w aei 

Tftnf 3 V Q gi^fol QQQI— 2. A call for justice 

in the name of a king or Deity; repeatedly 
invoking the name of God or king for 

justice. 

GQQae flg 6Q191Q e>ift o^§ ffira - fl^joo- Qeoi i 

■GQi§ia»q— a. Q ( GW+aia+si ai§+Q#. a )— 

Dohapanaya g§| (§. q.) — Milk. 

£Ql§— GQ. § — GWIQ (G9«l) 

Dohi Dohai (See). 

Q«?,9?^ ^ eQ $ ieo $° a5J 0,(SQ C«f<5j« C9IQ 

$flO$ sis1, 9 ate 05* qo ciccrsi.Q cqi§ i 

■GQl$QI— GQ. ^— $§9l (W«) 

DohiSba DuhiSba (See). 

-fiQISOI-gi. ©- ti (e. $@©l)— ^§©1 (WO 

Dohita . Duhita (See). 

Dohiti Duhita (See). 

oi^eQ qsq 9Qi 991 aq s© — 9 as 9. a^iaQO. s^w 1 
■€QI8*(«1)— GQ. ©« ($. G9f@^©)— G9f§9 9- 

Dohitra(tri) Inherited by a daughter's son. 

■€QI<a Q«ll— GQ. Q— CQI«q«1 (69«l) 

Dohi rani Dot ranL(See). 

[Q— 9GQ Wlgfcl GSQ q*1«^qoi-«9, G^aisjg 

6 %« $«§ ®tfr »is GaiS] q*1 I ] 

■■■GQigtffl— CQ. (.9. GQI9Q )— QQj 3$ giGQI^J 3!§% 

Dohuni ^QiGQGO Qi ag ecil9%'€filQ QS^GQSQS} 

A cord to the hind legs of a -vicious cow 

while she is being milked,, 

SQI€@-GQ. OT— 9G9 (GQ«i) 
Dohen Duhen (See). 

GQIGQI® QMS)— GQIQQ QMS (GQ«) 
Dohorda (etc) Dohartla etc (See\ 

■€QiG@i®i— aiG9 (saiags) §— sqi6qi «&«) 

Dohorda Do-orcla.(See). 

Dohora H J. A kind of drum. 

<> I («. 919; W) «cf.~2. Fire. 


I 


e$l€9IQ AflQ a*© afllQ* TOW aW* A A . : . - 

* 1 Gsagj* ©9gq giaQ assGaiQ ai^l qgci; GaitSg- 

3. A land where the rain water from a 
village ac^mmulatas. 

qBfilM 6 «^« OTI ^<-r*- -The refuse 

matters that are carried away by rain 

water and deposited elsewhere, 

v I (a. $) 9<3£jQlQ — 4 Second time. 

* I GQ1691 (GQ«0 — Do-orga (See) 

sa (a. f )— v 1 gsisj— 

1, Second. 
Oft^W 3 i a€fe$}-2. Additional. 

^T T (J321|-GQlG9iq QQ ) 

m I ^Q 2iQ ^Q99(—3 Done twice. 
'* I <pq$G>— 4 - Double. 

* 1 ^si^eiQ «q99i — 

5. Done for the second time. 
9 I a p®\% — {1 - Fat i corpulent. 
9 I $Q Q[Sr Qty&Q. H9I— 7. Folded double. 
a— *fl$Q 2JGQ^ «NPIQ— Once over again. 

itfWl G$G9. «>— G9f^ (G^«) 

^1 DaarS (See) 

SQlG@iq(€Q)QQI— GQ. -9 — GQI691Q9I ( GQ« ) 
Dohopa(rfi)iba Do-qr^aibS ( See ) 

GQIG@IQ QQ— G9- §i— G9IQQ ( G9« )— 

Dohora ghara Doghara ( See ) 

GQ!G$tQ QS^IQ— G9G9. ^. ( a. eofqWST) — 
Dohora samproda Q^q ^QQ ( GQ« ) 
irfafal ^f Daura supardda ( See ) 

g^ GQIG9IQ ^(G^I)Q J ^ a»W ' 

eQIG9IQ— GQ. ©«. ( 3. f 9IQ )— f qgo— 

Dohori Doubled; fewofoJd. 

5?T^, ^fr a— t l <£Q 2JQ— 1- Twice. 
> I JMSQ aCQ — 2. Once over again, 
* I'^QIQ 21$ — **• Second time, 
6QIGSIQ ©Qa— G9. W -?Qf ft»^9l ( 9§? )— 
Dohori nalig A double-barelled ( gun ). 


C9IG9IQ 8QSU 


( *«» r ) 


Gofefatft 


D§flkula 


GQiGjMQ 9Q<ai— TO. S— G9iaQ§ ( G93 ) 

Dohori paislt Dopaisi ( See ) 

gqiGSiogqq— w. e. 6 ea— gqigsq ( w« ) 

Dohojabei Dobei ( See ) 

€QIGS»l*a ( QOW ) - GWQ QS«dS ( GW ) 
Dohola ( etc ) Dohala etc ( See ) 

Dohya J.. Fit to be milked, 

> I GaqT areroi^ $a $$i sin ( gal— aiftj 

qfijol, ea»| ) — 2. Milked; giving milk, 

* I OEWl" Qi§OI^ a© 2(10 09Mg QW 
Qg£ji<] — 3 t (a person) From whom 

money is extorted. 

( gwii— %1 ) v. $— <* i 99 («. wwrc* )— 

1. Milk. 

^IQ gqQ ( Q2IIQ ) — Covered with silk 

cloth. 

gqFsgiqi§— g§gq. ( %« w )— %<8*iq *wia1 wq- 

DaqkhebSr $G£$ — The Daukhebars; a class of 
• ' . - -• people of Russia, 

[g— cgig^ fl^ioa gqiqIgq q$ GWi^agteiQ 

V«N% ^ftd €l«$Gfl« qci% 3i® 901$ G«aw^ 

©9 gqqsigs* i egoi^saia «qico q^$ ogtoqi 

- QIGG^I QO^Q Gff*^ S9QQ >° fllQ^ 0JTCQ 
QQ©G9S gi£»Q OGQ I <«K?9 ^€iaQ3IGQ GSOIGQ 
*IS^ I ««!«> WW OT§? »9« $Stfl QQ£) OI§ 

6 cqw* §<*?$ ^i§ i <wig» %€q «4i W 4 m«» 

$!Q<* V %^%< ( Count Tolstoy ) q. qQ|9Q<l 6 
4&WQW; <KHGG> aiSW&JL qiQgj Q|§ 6 
TOOIQQ W61I ^afj OI§ I <lCHGO aqi9lQl "6 §3- 
€ll£p I <WGQ %sq9l W9IS QQ$ I ] 

GQT©(Cl© e *l^) — QQ9 Q«hlQ (CW) 

Daurda (etc) Daurtia etc (See) 

GQI9I (Q©il<?)— ^Q9I QOW ( 69«i ) 

Daurda (etc) Daurda etc (See) 

GO?© (QiSHW)— 9Q§> (QQMO) ( GQ« ) 

Dauidi (etc) Daurdi etc (See) 

€0?©** — 3, $ ($a+QG9. S3)— V I $©Q QST 91 q9Q — 

Dautya 1 The service, or post p£ .an ambas- 

* „ sador or messenger, 

> I 9fci§©j~ 2.Umpireship; intermediation. 


GQtei€>o-^s. §. q? (9iQ+©qgic£ qq, ©qito) - 

Dajjbarika I \ <g|q — 1. A door keeper; porter. 

(G0tolQ9l— 3D > I 9lQai» : — 2 - A S uard at to* 

gate. 

6QTq (QOilQ)— 9QQ (QOiW) ( GQ« ) 

Daura (etc) DaurS etc (See) 

GQTqqi— a. ^ (^q©o+QG9. a)— v i aotiq^Q— 

Dauratmya 1, Oppression. 

-» IQQQQ— 2. Outrage. 

* i ^<^ a©iiq Q9gGsjta— 

3. Violence; illegal use of force. 
■* I $% QQl— 4. Cruelty. 

G$TQe— 9. © ( < 3Q©+a)— sq 3 919 ( §. QQgiciQ ) — 

Daurita Injury; loss. 

GQlQ— 2. §efl — ^ I ($o+«) StB qfllfflq— 

^aurga 1. Eelating to a fort. 

> I (901+ a) 90*1 «t«w1^|— 
2. Eelating to Durga. 

G^TWOI— «.,€> (^ttb + SR. a) — ^ I 9IQ9S — 

Daargatya 1. Poverty; wretchedness. 

9 I 9QQ31 — 2. Misery. 

* I SQQQI — 3. Dirtiness, 
GQTo&I— ST. © ($G9 + QQ. a) — si<S» qgoi— 

Daurgandhya Foetidness. 

Daurjjanya 1. Wickedness. 

(GQT^Qh— COTH^q) > I 9JftWiQ — 

2. Vile treatment. 
GQ?^«1— «. ^ (SJ.VO + SICT. a)—* I 3*»©|— 
Daurbbalya 1. Weakness. 

(GQT^Qi— «ffi^a) ^ I flltflOi — 2. Slenderness; 

emaciation. 

(aai— 81% Gate's! 1) 
GOT^SGQq— «• 9- « (?«5ai+aaoilGa''<iqj ©a(©o)- 
D^irbhagineya QCl^QI Q| ^a^gi qjlQ q^Q^- 
(G^Q^GQ^I— ^1) The son of an unfortunate 

(G€q«GOq — QS^IO) or deserted woman». 

GQlQ^i-a. $ (.SLq'ai+qw. a )— ^sfa»; wqa^ - 

Dafirbhagya Misfortune; bad luck. 

6Qfflw«— S. ^. ( $#P«-f*S!G9, a )— 
D^jrmanasya t. | Q6Qa—l. Anxiety^ ; 

(GSf^Q^r— ©Q«0) ->l<3$% ^q Wl -2. Evil 

thoughts 

* I ^8« ©9^Q ©^Q «99l<? — 
3, Dejected spirit. 


•GQl3M 


{ *«°t! ; 


fft» 


v I ^jW-^4. Grief, 

GQf&t— a. 9. ( <5Q + q9. si )— ■ 

Dafirjya <$Q^ (§. Qfi?giQQ) — Distance. 
GQTGdiilHU©— a. 0. (^GiiaO+GfllpV^plGS. Q) — 
Daurjyodhani ^eftfeiOQ' CQI£)CQ Q%q* 9i^— 
A person born in the family of 

- Durjyodbana. 
6QT$I<J— 9". -9. ( ^>$Vf;$p. a ) — 

Daurharda *. | G9Q— 1* Enmity. 

2. Wicked disposition. 
€<5f$Q— q°. 9. ( ^+$9=a<3J89Q«+'a5 ©ai©Q ) — 
Lajirhjuda GQ|<ftQ 5 «<3il9 95^1 9§GQ i*l — 
(G9FjO — aOH^J) 1. The longing of a pregnant 

woman. 
> I Q&iQa— 2. Pregnancy (Apte). 
<* 1 q§ — 3. Womb (Apte). 
v l Qtf— 4, Embryo. 

5. Egil disposition ol mind (Apte). 

Dafilata 1. Eiches. 

^tg53 2. Affluence; prosperity. 

/ crsiacfli^ff. asia, aoq& i£g 
• I 2fl©?l% tftoaao— 3- Grandeur, \ \ . ; .^J 

GQta© «l9i— CSW. 9. (£TI)— « I MQ a|IO©|— 
Daulata khana 1. A rich m^n's palace. 

C^STB^TI $ I MQ-aQlCllCl'— 

^MWIM t 2. The treasury of a richjman. 

w I 919^9 — 3. Residence. 

GQlWQI®— €<69. M. (ffl. 6^«©TO)— 3W&ai»1— 
Daulatadar Very rich; wealthy; prosperous, 

(G9fiW>%, G<SM99 — TO"i%a) 
(g^qwi^ .GQlQ09§— ©) 

GOta®— G9G0. ©«: (ETI)— G^WQIS-(W«) 
Paulati Daulatadar (See) 

GGtefi^— a. 9. (^»1^©?s1+«a^Ka «q)— r ^ 
D§flleya. 99a; tioTfi -Tortoise, 


soT^oq— er. 9<a. qj. ($*Q+aa©*iG^<iq)— 

Daushkuleya q©^& ©|« — Base-born; born o£ a 
(GQf\C«qi —3,1 ) low family. 

Dauscharmya q$# GW9 39gl (§. CKTOIQQ) 

The state of a male being devoid of the 

foreskin. 

GQtefiK®) — a. 9. (q>«g+aa©iic«f a. a) — 

Daushmanta(nti) \ | qg| ^8§<J q^_ " 

1. Son of king Dushmanta. 

9 1 9SSW q?C!io— 

2. Born in the family of Dushmanta. 
G^l^ff— a. 0. q? (^9©+aa©ii6a. a) — 
Dauhitra <. j $eiQ qp. #|q~ 

(G9l§p1 — $1) 1- Daughter's son. 

5 I «^ (9. §£?qiQQ) — 2. Sword. 
« I QQ (§. 9©QI€I9) — 3. Sesaamnm. 
v I qj»3a; Q9iQ© (§. aOTWQ)— 

4. Ghee from cow's milk, 

Gq7$?q— a. w. (gq?8*+Q9)— * 1 03^ Qfl^^qo 

Dauhitrika 9^9 Q<$Q§ Qq<3\ QQQ — 

1. (property) Inherited by a daughter's 

son. 

' 1 (%s©+QO) ©aa' ^^q, ^9® Qe *9^ 

2. (property) Inberited by the daughter 

of a sonless deceased. 

* 1 GQfe$ qwlq— 

3. Relating to the daughter's son. 
GQf^tfl— GQ W. («• G<tf@§)» ) - 

Dauhitrl <. | G9?8S>19 ^ ( W«l ) 

Cfff^ft 1. Dauhitrika 1 ( See ) 

2. Daughter's daughter. 

[3 — goaNk o€j«wcq aqgo 9t^Q ©Mg Q#Q 

019IQ QCWI 6 CfiHIfil qp«IG« Q^q«|9IQ%Ga 

si9 9Ȥ 1 ] 

GQ?§Q«— a'. Q. %1. ( £-r$9 + Qff + $ ) — 
Daahiudint Q&>® %] ( g.'wqiQQ )— 

A pregnant woman. 

-9QO — fit. (Wl) M— G*f © I CQ« ) 

Dwaita 1 Dw^ta ( See ) 


*9r 


9Q9 99 


( •<&• ) 


$9^9 


9Q0 QO-^-gi. (QQm) 9 — C§© W ( CO* ) 
Dvtaitabana Dwaifca bana ( See ) 

flQM*-fll. (a9i) 9— G^a ( wai ) 

Dwaidha DwiMdha ( See ) 

f QttlfcQ— £L (Wh) 9 6 M-6iffll$Q ( S9« ) 
Dwaimatura Dw-gimatura ( See ) 

©*J 9SSQ 33QQ 9Q 8§SQ t Qfr CgSltyalftl I 

^QQa q<5> — si. (aoi) 0— cf cw qs ( gq« ) 

Dwairatha juddha Dwairathafluddha ( See ) 

9»— s. 9- ( 9+9, TOKWf^ ©ai«o )— 

Dwanda ^ | 99 ( G9<* ) — L Dwandwa (See) 

esia 9Q eqs*i cqggi ss S9IQ » 

-> 1 qqq eiStei sicf 919a Q9! <km — 
2. A gong on which hours are struck. 

[ 5— aeg 6 §. 4is?qiciQ goes «9i e$© a$ 1 ] 

<ji©Q|Q— ct. 9— $39; 3^91— Quarrel; enmity. 
Dwandabada 

9©0I— 69. 3. ( *. 9$ )— 99I9 W?l— 
Dwandiba* To dispute. 

9®1q— s. 9«— 99ioq— 

D wandiya Disputed . 

99—3- 9. (.9 +£; a9iQ9i^ ; G97-K9? ( Apte 
Dwandwa 9819© ) — 

v 1 41 flft«ii 8a»; qfl»i fl« *$% M191— 

1. Husband and wife; a couple; a brace; a 

male and female together. 
J I qjaj Sff^-2. Any two things taken 

together; a pair. 

• t v <^s^_, qa e?^ 39 aoiQ9$ft 39- 

^a—3. Two opposite feelings or 

sensations. 

4 Relative or contradictory terms, things 

or qualities. 


* i $919 — 5. Strife; dispute, 
91 qs»— 6. Fight. 

9 I 99 q<9; ^Q &£I? fl8GG* 6991 q^— 

7. Duel, 
r 1 «ft9— 8. Quarrel, 
$ I Q9Sh^ — 9- Mystery; secret. 

gflWGQ q^ aw »aQ fliaitfi Q€9 )— 

10. A grammatical compound word consis- 
ting of two gramatically similar nouns 
joined together by the copulative con- 
junction 'and' 

*.t I Gqa^Gei^— 11. A kind of disease. 

\S I 9GQ9 — 12. Doubt. 

t« 1 3^-^13. Fortress; stronghold. 

14- The sign Gemini of the zodiac. 

Dwandwachara Q3 €3191 GSJI9) €9IQ 9©Q«) QQ§)- 
0^9iQ 9aff; ©qiSO 069^— The Buddy 
Goose ( which always live and move 
about in couples ); Anas Casarea. 

s<a— oa 03191 6SI191 €9iQ 90s) — 

Living and moving about in couples 

or pairs. 

9© QQ— *• 6 ^«— 9<3©Q ( €^« ) 

Dwandwachftri Dwandwachara ( See ) 

9«? H #^s. 9fl ( 9# H +6*i ai%+9<S. « )— * I 41 4^ 

Dwandwaja QQ^fiJOl^PlO — 1. Bom of a couple. 
> I £)Q!Q£> QfigQ — 2. Produced from a quar- 
rel; resulting from a dispute. 

(^019— aowqp) * i 41 9%a Q^q* e9i«% ei$ 

(^1^) — 3* (disease) Resulting from the 

faults of both the husband and the 

wife, 

v 1 9i*a, §Q 6 eer ^% ^qi ai^Q g€9ia^ 

ffl^ (9*i|^) — 4. ( disease ) Due to the 

morbidity or derangement of two of 
the bodily humours. 

Dwandwa bhaba Antagonism; discord. 

9994— «• 9—41 9^«i **V« *fiWI G99I— 

Dwanda vinna . Separation of the sexes (Apte) . 
9»$9— «. W-* t I 4J %$? €S)(91 6910^91-^- 


Dwandwa bhata 


1. Forming a couple. 


*99C3I9 


( «m ) 


$I$> P €I*S« 


> t SGG9SW— 

2. Doubtful; uncertain (Apte). 
9<5€fll®— «. § ( flaiTOeqalj 9<«p$© C5II9 ) — fl€Q9^ 
Dwandwa moh a Q|© QSjj — Trouble caused by 

doubt (Apte) 

Dwandwa Juddha Duel; single Combat- 

ed 3Q S°«h fl^lQ^O^i 

9© q$ a<a^ sgq 9Qg<i i 93*9. ovisac, ^a i 
-<J#€!S— 3. 21 (9<3 +«)— €9191 CSI1QI 69IQ— 

Dwandwasab Two by two; in pairs or couples, 

Dwandwa 1. Opposed to one another; contra- 
dictory 
y I §0§9I — 2 Quarrelsome; contentions. 
'(flQfl! — 41) * I 99WI-3. Disputant. 

v I flWqQI^— 4-- Litigious. 
Sj>G,1q|©— «. M (90 t| + »^0 9QIGS ©+$©)— 

Dwandibhnta x \ £g 9Qq$CQ Q«5ai4— Engag- 
(9Q1<§Q — a©«i%El) ed in a single combat or duel 

(Apte\ 

<jq - a. © (f + wMpucrf/ aty - « i 9Q km 

Dwaya 1. Two. 

-> i CaiQIj q5> — 2. Pair; couple; brace. 

* I €$Q9— "3. Both. 

v | tfWM$9a ^©--4. Duplicity (Apte). 

* I aqQiOl — 5. Untruthfulness (Apte).' 

6. The masculine and the feminine gender 

in grammar. 
;[ ^— 491 8Q1 SO QGQ ^Qq Q| 99 Slffl CQ 

^t^S® §^ sa^i— €Wj>£b QQgq ; ©s^ qchiq i ] 

OS^I— %D §«— *> I §Giq— 1. Second. 

> I 99 S«h»9— 2. Numbering two. 

^qora— ff. w. 1° ( 9q+9i9«& <si. u?. )— m<s& ; 

DwayabSdi ^ ( 691?$— 1. "Double-tongued; 
(<j*jQ|«Sl- H) insincere. 

(f^QTOQI^- §) > I €9|9G*eil (C9«) 

J 2. Dohalapi (See) 

-9qi©€i— a. q*. g!, ( 9^+a©+siG ai^+s^. a) — 

Dwayatiga * | Q£* £ qsk <&«»%C3 a©$q 9Q a®— 

(.^©OH—^!) 1- O ne whose mind is freed from 

the influence of the two gross 

worldly attributes, Rajas and Tamas. 

J I 91£-2. Saintly; virtuous. 


DwayStmaka Of a twofold nature; comprising 
(9^91 — qj) two opposite attributes. 

-9q<t89-~ s. ©.— (9iiqq«) q.Qacr— - 

Dwaya hina (grammar) The neuter gender. 

9q1— «. ©. 6 «w— 9^ (S9«) 

Dwayi - Dwaya (See) 

$18 —a. $.a1 [9 a^+aQ+aSi^A-pte)— 919 305 tfli. 
Dwak ^p.) — v I <j>IQ — 1. Do^r; -gateway. 

J I Qdj gGQSI aa — 2. Entrance; ingress. 
•> t gjaiQ— 3, Means; expedient. 

91*3— a. m. g?. (9»— 9W+»- ai9+ a)— <$<s$— 

Dwahstha Situated at the door; posted at the 

(9.839— ao^^a) ^ dcor. 

Porter; door-keeper; gate-keeper. 

D^acbatwarimsa sqq* — For'cy second. 

9i©S>l€} # €!© N — a°. 9.— (9 +O^IQ°TO v )— ^Qag. a^Q 
Dwachatwarimsat 9Q g°«l^. v>j qaioq — 
( 9 OglQ ^©^— aP^Q ) 42; fortytwo 

9*.— » ?s^IQ9 9°«i«» — Numbering fortytwo. 

Dwatrirasa 1. Thirtysecond. 

2. Consisting of or numbering 32. 
9l3°€l^— ^°. 9.-<9 +? *«^)— m *& ^?a— 

Dwatrimsat 32; Tnirtytwo. 

(9 5 l °ao— aoi%a) m.— 99 «i g°«i©— 

Numbering thirtytwo. 
9l«€!°G-3°. ©. — ^«9Q gfll9IQ-"-An aggregate or 
Dwatrimsati collection of thirty two, 

(9ip°aooi, 91? a©oi, ^if °«©8Qi-a«»^a) 

Dwatrhnsallaksha^a Cf9IQ.^acil99 CQ9SQ ^91 

(9«°asg«— afti^p > *^ eaif osa« 91. gs ©®— 

Thirtytwo specially auspicious marks 
found on the body of great men- 

<9l« Q «fca«1 — aj) «P.9fl. V. ($$«8)— 6SJQ Wl- 

q%<W S99€Q *> f 4$) -M fli^-(a person) 

Having thirtytwo auspicious marks 

on the body. 


9W °a*M9 


( "«o } 


<§&&& 


9t«°asaQQ - q°. 9<a. «. - -fl9QQ.<aRMWi9 (aqp ^ 

Dwatrimsallakshapika (a person) Bearing 32 

(91-9 °€lts3QI — -$J) conspicuous and auspicious 
(99°a«fl8Q--aQiq9) marks on the body; bear- 
ing the signs of a great man on the 

body. 

$IQ€I - fc°. 9. ($ +9S9) - QQ% $Q W SMhl* 9IQ— 
Dwadasa 12; twelve, 

(g 9€1 _ 39*3,0) 9<S.— 919 Mi© - 
(9l9€l1 — ^1) 1« Numbering twelve. 

5 I Q|9 gl9q_2. Twelfth. 

919a «QQ — w. 9. (e* -9i9aifl9)--6*9€fli qqog© 

Dwadasa akshara 9iqGQ9IQ <i@ 3$ — A formula 

for worshipping Bishnu. 

<ia§- 9loa asa 

Dwadasa kara ^ I $|9SI°€l_ (G9«) — 

1. Dwadasamsu (See) 

J I Qi§G9£l— 2. A name of Karttikeya 

(Apte). 

9193 €€1!9I»— 3. 9 — 9IQ 1© (GQS) 
DwSdasa gopala Bara suta (See) ' 

giQQQQ— 3- 9— SR$|Sr t>6«l$ £1*19 S39lftl£>S>— 
Dwadasa bana TJie twelve woods where 

Srikrushna disported. 
[ 9— sia, ©10, «fcq9, 9$oi, 9Kfy «99 f $91, 
Q 2» ^ ^*5l9, qste 6 wi99 919a 99 
ae* i ] 

9l9€l9l§fo— '«'• M. (9l9a+9«+ Q9)— 
Dwadasa barshika v | 9IQ999SJ3 — 

1. Twehe years old. 

? I 91Q93 9IQ Qildl — 
2, Lasting for 12 years (Apte). 
'9l9€lfl9H — 3°. 9-0 39IQ3 99* — 

Dwadasamadya Twelve kinds of wine. 

[ 9— £1199, 919, 511*9, 319*9,' ©l», * 4KS9, 

31*9, 499, tfwiS^, g~?gqsj, ttiQ€©»e 6 %i 
<si9^ 9199991 %9iai< 1 ] 

<J|Q€1fl©^-a> 9^6999 £> D9I9Q 9QQ— 

Dwadasa mala The twelve kinds of execrations 

of human body. 
[9-9*1, qj^ W, <W, <gv 911, Qfl, : 
9$ifi, .€o«i, *§, GGpwa 8 w <K«9fi^ 919339 
%4Waw 1 J 


9IO€l (3WI— ff. 9 — 953 fill WW 3919^99 QIQQSIIt 

Dwadasa jatra £jai9 ag> — The twelve chief 

festiVals of the Deity JagannStha at Furi, 

[ o— ©£&<£© aifliaicx^ 919a am 99&14; 
aai— e. 6?eii<a q$ t«i^i-agq ©aqi 1 ->. govs, 
sJfai-GC9ai£> 1 ««i© ^S9*siqi-fiflSL9ci, Qaaiflt 1 

v. 2BSIS) $9 <J9l9a1-9Q9q9 I *. SI9« 3$l$ — 

oitfiqo tf$i§} 1 ?. 99 q$ <©i9a1—ai4 r a99$© 1 
r. 9i§9 ao 49loal— C9G9ici&Q 1 r. flicfate 
45 «<1— g»Q4 <sqh d. Gofg afffli— WiiQe«o 1 
*° 1 flic 3-9ISJ— aqq si 9i£j 1 1^. erl^ agfli — 
GQ1Q&H9I 1 t>. go^ qs O^jftl— QTOO oqtfaT' 
91 QaeiG^ i ] 

fllQfl GQQQ— 3°. 9. 9°. (_9$9l8; gi^a+GQOff )-— 
Dwadasa lochana g^iggj Qi§G©^ — 
( gi^SIS— aQ**QQ ) A name of KSrttikeya. 

9I99I°4-3 B . 9. ( 9$51@; 9199 + Si ^)— ^919 99- 
Dwadasamsu Bxuhaspati; Jupitor. 

9IQ€IIQ-9°Q. (9§§1g)— ^. | # (9IQ€l + «9) 9l§5G©q— 
Dwadasaksha 1. A name of Karttikeya.. 

> I ( 9I9SI + SI9 ) SJ.9— 
2. The Buddha (Apte ). 

9JQS11GW&— g°. 9— <9 ct«g— 

Dwadasanguja A span; a measure of 12 fingers.. 

^IQaiWi — 51°. 9— q,&9Q aiwlb 91^9^1 qa 91 
Dwadasaditya qi^ —The 12 names of the Sun- 

( 9i9aiqi— TO^a ) go^- 

[ g 919, sDqQ v , ^9^io tJ a*fl|, ssi, g%i, 
WO I, QQ, .^lOI, 9*1101, Q%€il9§> 6 gj^-9^ <§ 
m csilf ^h99 Olfl .ac* I ] 

9l9«IWiqJ— «. 9. (9l9€l+Miq+99j V«l- *9 3 <i?[GGi 

Dwadasadhyayi ^^ Qdlt ei&|£[ ?(9!q)— GQ9^Q9 

qlgjogj — The name of Jajmini's 

Mimamsa in 12 chapters* 

9I9€I«|«— S°. 9. ( 9§91@ ; 9lQ€l = ^ 9<s+aQ«l^ 
Dwadasayuh ai9l9)-r€J^9 — Dog* 

9IQ€tl©8— 3°* 9. ( 9§§t@j 9199 + aft j 191. ^9 )— 
Dwadasarcchi 91991°^ ( 69«( ) 

Dwadasamsu ( See) 

9i9aig-s°. 9, (<?9Sl8i 9ioa+ag )— 9i9€aif ^© 

Dwadasasra ^9f G9^- -A dodecagon. 

9IQ3I9— a°. 9. <9ifta+a99)—- 1 1 919 999^ia1 qaq- 
DwadasSha 1. r A period of ^12 days. 


gtQsfl 


( " »« t* ) 


9W 


* I 9IQ9GS> «flfeK»q SltQGSIS — 
2. A sacrifice completed in 12 days f Apte), 

9iQ€(l-ia ( ». o. q). ( giQ€i+$. §)— asQ gi^a ©a— 

DwadasI The twelfth day of the lunar fortnight- 

( §9a1 — *K?i%a ) 

[ 5— ©96iSq giQslsia §<a sioto galQ as> 
aGS; saat — v. q%q giQal— SQ^^giQal — 
©SicrQ^tq Qi^api ( si$!3 §9iG9i$^ ), ;• qito 
oq— qg 4^iQa1--©| to qito asoiQ wq, 
*. eiq$ giQal-oi^ ^giQal,*. W!9"9i9ei1-- 
si<a qs^wal — $i^TO ^§9 ^toiq tosl *. 
eaiw giQai— wswqg sria? i^iQ-al i ] 

9lQ€fl fllQfll— 3°. 9. ( «. 3. G=3; 9IQal+9IQ«ll ) — 
DwadasI parana 0QiQ€l1 9Q QEIW TO 9&319I 

qi^aigto 9i9dl w gas'cge© w— 

The breaking of fast after the Ekadaei 
on the morning of DwadasL 

OIQQ©— 51°. 9«. ( 9 +OTQ + a )— 9ffW ( GQa ) 
Dwanabata Dwinabata ( See ) 

( $OQG>, 9IW©Q3 - acwqjl ) 
^|Q0©—fl?.9 6 W- (§-fQ9Q) -9SJIQ6Q; S>£9% ^ 
Dwanabati W ^M— Ninetytwo 

( $ ©QQ — Sl$t€p ) 

9iaai€i-a°. m. ( g+^w + 8Q«ief. a )— 

DwSpatichasa *9 glfiiq— Fifty second. 

( £a«a— sraiqp ) 

Dwapanchasat <£& W q»«M— Fifty two. 

( $ eraias>— sia^ei ) 

Dwapara Wf 6 S£)S>I qci Q€Q AG© ) — 

K I SGJKW 9®G$ s^sj <£>Q£j qp— 
1. The third Puranic age or aeon of the 
"World according to the Hindus, 

ifl$i 6 6<?te WOlQ^q qgqiGft SIQSlg G9IC«LCQj 

^ 6 ata saia q<a, sqaiQ GQ9Q aswia 9 91© 
6 aQfll^o© 9S?i$ ^9« I 9nC$ 9' a $ 9$$ 69« 
qoi HG« I 3 

J I 36*39 — 2. Doubt; suspicion, 

w | qsimoq Gaq qi«gq ^Qf $g? A ©sT© 

G9IQ21K1 - 3. ^^ e s ^ e °^ a ^* e mar ^ed 
with two points ( Apte ). 


-v I 2JM£j — 4. Uncertainty ( Apte ). 

9WS— «r\ -M— 91QS flKiiq— 

Dwabimsa Twenty second. 

9l€>°«©— «. $. ( 9+#°«©j *? a^i9 9°a© )*-wi9<^ 
Dwabimsati «Gasl ^Q a^Q a«il; »j ^>IQ9^ 

22; Twenty two. 
W— QIQff «|»ShP— Numbering. 22. 

Dwara cqa QQffl+^Q«). a ) — 

1. Door; entrance; door- way; ingress. 

©$QtO, <^0«, QQQ» 3*1, 991*, ©UJ*G 9^1*, 
qiq9<59, «»dl, Q^©, Qfleil, W9f, a^sl, a^q§ 
( cay ), qggi 6 ^9 1 ] 

^ I fil51Q!6iq^ei 91*— 2. Fasssge, way. 

on 1 g^gia — 3. Means. ■«• | q^ $) — 4. Front. 

* I GtffaS ai^GQ G?iq ^9i si'Sj GS9; S^— 

5 Opening ( Apte ); hole. 
9 1 3l9i9iq GP?^l3 Q$ WQO ?<i P^- 

6. Medium; expedient ( Apte ). 
9 1 £W3 Qt3G6l!f ©^ — 7. The nine aper- 
tures of the human body ( Apte ).- 
GQ. 9 — »QIQ« — ^°°t cause. 

Dwara kantaka 1. Door. 

? i $Q$f|-— 2. The bolt of a door. 

9IQ QQ!*-^. Q. (^1 ©^ '9!Q+QaiS)-Q0fe — 
Dwara kapata The leaf or panel of a door. 

giQQi— q°. Q. (9IQ— qS9iQ+©+4. a )— dj^fcsr 
Dwaraka qs>aKH— The capital where Srikrushna 
(^15*91 — Slffi^p) was holding his court. 

[q _<9i 9^iq q9q*Q q^gq 2IqC©> ^§ 
^i^|^ qaaisi qqo a&Q gs G9lQ^S GW 

«^Q I <OIGQ Q^fll© 9IGQI§«1 OI«JQ aa§J I <9I 
fi«JTO Gfllf<3 <Siaai» I <l9l'9^SHft QGg9l^9ig©) 

a-^QSi I AQQWI9©- «a9OT <] 

A name gi?en to males. 


t9i 


91091 9» 


( *«v* ) 


9IQ3 


Dwaraka dasa Name of a classical Ordia poet. 

[9— :< 6?«iiQ qsi essispi g§Q swot g©? 

©IffiCQ (<.***— ***<! g[f jq) qrqq ^G«a i « 
Wi«il89iQ acfli© oqai« i f cgfl€)« oofif & 

0IQ«1. QQQQie^Q QQW ij 

CIQQj Ola— 9°. Q. (£# ©©5 §IQ9I+G>ia)— 31$§— 
Dwaraka nStha Sriktushna* 

■^iwiaoi [ 5 — 91301c ia owe Qfjswor 

9 ! $ a I qQOGfllTO. Qif^io i] 

G9. 9. af^CQQQT ©Ifl— 

c^ A name given to males. 

9IQ6GII9— a-Q (W + q^aiSL— Q9I OOTl+0<|. a)— 
Dwaragopa . ^|Qa|© (GQ«)— Dwarapala (See) 

9Iqqi^— a. $ ( g€q<« Mi $Sw oiap siwjoi- 

Dwaradaru QS£|g— L A kind of medicinal herb. 
a. $8TO, W9I%, Q— <3<5>| stewA 6 Q§8% 

«Q89 SSI90 3£$ I ] 

3<ai > 1 qiquaio sio— 

v.;,,; ^2; T^Etk-wo^d ( Apfce ). 

Dwara desa _ Doorj entrance; passage to a 

house. 
9IQ ©§afi— €9. §— 9t$QflQQ 0^ — 

Dwara nirtipana The post of a door-keer. 

91Q as -a. § ( ^1 o© ; 9iQ+a| >— ^ t W $ Q gs , 

Dwara patta Q| ehq— 1. The panel of a door 

( Apte ). 
> l <f»QGQ 9a9s>i a$9i — 

2. The Qurtain of a door ( Apte ). 
giQQtfi— «. © ( ^IQ+aia ai^+Q<§. a )—k I G3 
Dwarapala 9IQ &GO; 9%5JQ ; etfOITO- 

^ a !ao<Qa L Porter; S atekee P er ; 

9IQQITO J XV * H doorkeeper. 

J I GQOIQqfllfl? $]Q69€IGQ ' 3I§© ©§©_ 
WW sraaiSHff 9§— 2/ The images 
of the Deity's doorkeepers placed 
at the entrance of a temple. 


9IQ QlOqOl— 9. Q— COOOWIW qgi BV%flS>QQ 9IQ- 

Dwara palapuja G93GQ SIQg© 9IQQIQ 999- 

aiQQTQ a©! — The worship of the 

gatekeeper-deities before the worship 

of the main Deity* 

91Q %1 - a. 9 ( ?<3l qo > 9« +§ffl )-n oqqioq 

Dwara pindl q4& 8*00 — 1. Lintel of a door- 
frame. 
y I «q$ 09— 2. Threshold. 

g|Q9&IQ-a. 9 (i>q1 OO5 9IQ + 8ai0)— OQIM 00«1; 
Dwara pidhana as» — The bolt of a door 

( Apte ) # 

91QQSI— a- i^iQ-q^aa+oo+*l. Q)-giQQi (€Q«) 
Dwarabatt Dwaraka (See), 

(giq^si— aon^a) 

9IQQ© — G9. ^— ^ I G)^©IO — 

Dwara bandha 1. Door-frame. 

efe^ > I <lft$te$— 2. The bottom-piece of the 
^ te? door frame; threshold. 

9IQ Q©^— «• © ( giQ+^^+^R ai^_+Q^. « H a v 
Dwara balibhuk ^IQW^9j *9f. V^ > — 

?. [ qa 9 919 — 1. Crow (Apte). 
> I QQOfeii OGQQj OS9 — 
2 Sparrow ( Apte ) . 

9iQ<?i^-a. 9. q? ( glQ-r-Q©; tfll. ^Q ) — 
Dwaraban ^iQQIfl (GQ«) — Dwarapaia (See). 

91Q ©19—^. % ( $*s1 o©i'9iQ+^9 )— OQ^io— 

Dwara bahu Door post; jamb. 

Dwarabiutta Black pepper (Apte). 

9IQ G^IQO~e. Q ( Pfll SO; ^IQ+GfllOQ) — 

Dwara moehana 9IG^§I^Q ( G9<a ) 

Dwarodghatana (See). 

glQ.CW— «. 9 («• a. G<3; ^IQWOIfl 9i9g0 «^)— 
Dwara jantra ^ | Q9|^a — 1. Lockj padlock* 

? I ©Qdll — 2. Bolt. 

9IQQ9Q— 2. 9 (9%1 OO ; 9«+QflO)— 9IQ0IO (w«) 
Dwara rakshaka Dwarapaja (See) 

(flIQQfll— «oiq,a) 

91Q «i«i— a. (^^1 ©o^ ; 9!Q+qi«i)— wi$q a*i— 

Dwara sakha ;The leaf of a door. 

9IQg-a. 90. q? ( 9IQ+QI «ISL+ SI ) — 

Dwarastha 1 \ G3 9IQG9€1GQ a^fllO 9GQ— 

(^IQSI — §1) 1. Standing at the door. 


-9W 


( •tie* ) 


.9* 


J l €191 ®%Q<$ 9IQGQ QQa© — 

2. Arrived at the door of a person for 

begging. 

• i ( oswia ) eiQtfia©— 

3 (figurative) Coming to one's door for 
shelter, soliciting shelter. 

3. ^-giQ; ^IQQIO- Doorkeeper (Apte). 

oiq - a. «.—[«•. 9 18 (=9is) wq eeiqi w$=-9i3 

DwarS G9Q) — * I ©§©j SI9KHGQ— I- By; with; 
(fliq<— €Q«© %?) by means of (Apte). 

-> J ©QaCQ-^. Through; per r (Apte). 

* I W%%— 3 - B J reason of. 

-* I QlQdlQ— 4. On account of; owing to. 

Qiq&is— sr. «>.— (?^1 W; 9iQ+sraa) — 9i$ a ' g tew 

Dwaradbyaksha Dwarapala (See) 

Dwarapurl Dwaraka (See) 

H Dwarabati Dwaraka (See) 

" Dwari (root) To cover. 

^Dwarika . Dwarapala (See) 

©i€}QI (aOilO)- *•• $>• (9lW+*»— 9IQQI QQmIQ— 
H Dwarika (etc) Dwaraka etc (See) 

M Dwarika chhapa Qfli^Q— A brass or copper seal 
(oi&QI aa|— slftiQEI) containing the _letters of 

the name of Srikjushna. 

[2-9lWI6Q€3|WlWr GWGQ < CfllTO^L 

69 QgSli<l I ] 

jQIQ — g°. Q. (giQ + Qff; a .fll- w.)— V 1 ^SJ WjaQj 

11 Dwari gi^QIS) — 1. Door-keeper; porter, 

J I qSOT^ST 9$$Q ©qjao— 2. Gate-keeper 

of Rajas etc. 

The jester or buffoon in the country 

pantomines. 

•QIQ QOI - GQ. $. - Wl SOI (€Q«) 

Dwari pOja Duari puja (bee) 

QI6Q -G9. 3. -(*K?i «I9 *G£r 9i9$% 9P. 913) - 
DwSre V I <?IQ 9IGfc— 1. By the door of. 
> I 91$! — 2. By; by means of-, with. 


* I <«F. 9IS «QQ 9fl1 W. 9IQ)— 
giQGQOGQ; 9IQ ©Q&GQ— 3 ' At fche door * 

<yH6Q 9IGQ— W. 3. W. (SP. 9IQ+9IQ) — 
Dware dware ^ 1 siq^ 91Q3 3© 9IQGQ — 

(91Q91Q — asuqp) *■ At everv door - 

«H! gr 2. From door to door. 

Dwarodghatana ^Q|^ CTtlQQl— 
(giQGga»— OQQO) Opening of the door. 

giaeaifciQ— gq. w. W*. 91a GQiao)— qjc« ^>QQ «rf- 

Dwarthabodhaka GQI^^ 1 — Equivocal. 

91^ - 51°. ©a. (9 +^ +£p«ia a)— 

Dwashashta ^iSUgOQ G€<9; 9WO giflig — 
(9^1% ^ig^Ofl-aQt^aj Sixty second. 

Dwashashti ^lO^^^Q Sl^Q SPShlj 9^jQI*a6 — 

(9 ^qT— »fiw%a) 62 ; Sixt y tw0 - 

9I€I9©— £1°. W. (9W9Q+Q3^IGa. a) — 

Dwasaptata Ql^gQQ OQ^— Seventy second, 

(999©, gragQsa — aoiqp) 

Dwasaptati • 72; Seventytwo. 

(9*39©— «Q«»%a) 

Dwastha Dwafesfcha (See) 

(9130— a«wqp) 

9IQ— GQ. 9— GQI9IQ (GQa) 
Dwahi Dohai (See) 

§ 9°. ©a. (SL« en- Wii «jfo v ©H6)— 

Dwi e. I q»_Qj ^Q S1°<s1hQ— Two in number; 

numbering two, 
/ 1 CJ^q* ^G'S^-S. Both. 

* ! <jQaQ-3- Twice - 

v 1 ^Q g^lQQ— 4. Of two kinds. 

^8 «5<i aeji— 9+aa9G>=9qsiTO^ 9 1 a«iQ=- 
^^qsiff 1 <§ -a© «»*« ap 0W «iflWGQ q§ §<i 
saai— 991^,9 oa, 9 ®^ Q QHl ^ ' 3 

Dwika <- I OI«i %*— 1 - Crow " < A P te ) 

v ' * 2. The Buddy Goose (Apte), 


%<Xft 


( **e? ) 


9© 


a. $*!—<* I 9$ Qftg*«i— ;1. Two fold (Apte). 
/ \ ^>Q WhQ — 2. Consisting of two (Apte). 
* I ? W9 — **• Second (Apte). 

4. Happening for the second time (Apte). 

"" * I oroq 9Q SSWCQ — 

5. Two per cent (Apte), 

6. Increased by two (Apte). 
9©^5>— «. Q ( 9SWA 4^+oqQ )— r^Qt-^oQqg ) 

Dwikakud &<* — Camel 

Dwikara Two bands. 

Having two bands; bimanous 

" O W6Q <?9€€t $l9Q 3Q Q$$« Qfiis^t OT9CQ 

§9flh~*. M ( ^ + 9Q+Qff; Wl. ^9 )— <f 930§% 
Dwikari («f|9) — ( animal ) Having two hands; 

bimanous. 

§<M&9— e,Q«—(6«Q 3qiQ) qpX «tf SIN — ■ 

Dwi karmaka (a verb) Governing two objects 

Eiwigarbha Marsupial; having a pouch under the 
(S?CIW— «©i%9) belly. 

©SGSJ Ga$©GQ Q9Q GQI£<1 qSJ ai« I ] 

Dwigu GQI^EJg — 1- ( a person ) Owing two 

cows^ 

> I 9QS G«l% Q©«q€Q 9191 9QOI fillQas— - 
2. Bartered or exchanged for two cows 

A class of compounds indicating a col- 
lection or number in which the first 
member is a numeral. 

affl - agsucataqOi j i ggisiQ aeii - $^w, 
sgsig, §qqq1 1 * 1 ©§©ica'aai— y«©, a^s 


§qfl— s. e«— 9 $3© ( gqs ) 

Dwiguna Dwigunita (See) 

9qgf© -a. o« (9 +q3o) - «* j ^Q?iq q3© - 

Dwigunita 1. Multiplied by two, 

2. Rouble. 

* \ $> SQ© - 3. Twofold; folded double. 

4. Intensified; redoubled. 

* 1 qQae^ 21^9 — 5. Enveloped. 

6. Doubled; doubly increased, 

Dwigunikiuta *. | $5i|(§^| G9lQ^9l — 
1. Folded double. 
-» I aoaqq^gig— 2. Redoubled; intensified. 

* 1 $Q%] ©gS3iQ?19l— 
3. Doubled; augmented. 

QG£l§ €i-a. §tf( gQ^lQ^S+qQtfld. Si)— 9qi©3 
Dwichatwarimsa gisia — Forty second. 

©0§!€J°€1®— 3. Q 6 QQ (fl. a. GQ; f m® OSJIQ ^1Q;- 
Dwichatwariiiisat ^gg sea S | j-b^q 9^1. y^ 
Q^|»3 - 42; Forty two. 

Dwicharinl G^^aHlQ^Q ®gi g^l 2116}— 
.( a woman ) Having two lovers. 
Q©— sr. O. q?. ( 9 +©^ anj+O^. « )— 

(9 91 — *l) Safl Q©€JO Q|— 1. The twice^born 
castes ( BrShmaaa, Kshatriya and 
Baisya ) amongst the Hindus. 

Qawqftqp g°^iQ giq ^q aeQ q^qiq q^q 

-* I SI§<1 — 2. A Brahmana. 

ffi 1 eig© c»9 ( ag|, gQsa so§ ) — 

3. Oviparous animals ( birds, snakes, 

reptiles and fishes ) . 

v I Q$— i. Tooth, 

[ 9— MSGQ S^LQ -«?I9 QGO 6 S§90 3G^ 
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$&9IS 


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9«a— €9 "5Q€JQ ©$99« 9GQ— Twioe-born. 
Q99ISI— 3. 9- (?%1 0© ; 9©+9IS) — €19- 
Dwijadasa A StLdra. 

(tf 96OT9 - «9i%a) 

9 9<fti— a. 9. (955% ^+©$9^ vai. £9)— 

Dwijanma g© (G93) — Dwija (See) 

*. M — ^ I $M 9Cftl a^Q^Sf - 

1. Having two different natures (Apte), 

2« Regenerated (Apte), 

<5© s®-a. «. (f e+o©-Gfl%)— q$% ?i^— 

Dwija pati 1. A Brahmana of superior order, 

(<jj-©Q©— BGi^la) 

> > QSlq©; flq^-2. Garur^a. 

* 1 «teqo } ®Qfyi srasa— . 

3, The mythological king of serpents. 
v 1 QQ " — 4*' The moon. 
[ $—99, QQ§», ®$ 6 QQI9 qOHGQ $$i o«L«^ 

q©i%ca ^ci€§ 9Q$iG£t 1 ] 

* I 90*9 — 5. Camphor (Apte). 

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q Dwija prapa «$l%©9ai9 999!$)— V I aasjBQ 

sj&aiesi aiS aitf 9q99i aoij eii99i©— 

1. A trench or basin round the root of 
a tree for holding water (Apte). 

j 1 9a 9QSGQ aqpsl ^W ©a §QQi aicf 

©?9 Q§ — 2. A trough near a well for 
watering birds, cattle etc (Apte). 

Q©§qi— 3. 9. (CQWh SW9©I— 

q - Dwijapriya The Moon-plant. 

9© o©j~a. v— <. I ©M efl^llQ 9i§a— 

Dwija bandhu 1. A Brahmana of a lower order. 
9 I €W#; QS€8Q— 2. Astrologers etc. 

* I 9©QCr1 (G94l)— 3- Dwijalingi .(Sea) 

©tf 9€Q 9l§— 4. A person who is 

Brahmana by name and birth only 

but not by acta, 

9 9 90 — e. ©—§9 S^q (Wfil) 

M Dwija bara Dwija sattama (See) 

9© qi®q— a. §. (9$<lfc" 9 ©="«€£? 9a 1 «S* QIW 
M Dwija bahana $319199)— ^1* _ 

An epithet of Bishnu. 


9©q© — -a. 9 (<f©+q©9)— £©a9 (eo«) 

Dwijaraja Dwijapati (See) 

^©^CPl-a. Q. ($©+M;+Q9 ; Wl. 19) — 

Dwijalingi «. i a» 51^; qi^<| G9€iai<3} ?2I§I§<3— 

(§©§ 9 — aQi^a) 1. One disguised as a 

Brahmana; one who pretends to be a 

Brahmana; a pseudo Brahmana. 

3 I gjpg — 2, A Kshatriya (Apte). 

<?© Q§*fl — a. 9- (^ ©-r-S^fl)— Q8)GMl9 <?!§«— 
Dwija sattama A Br&hmana of Superior order. 
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Dwija L The second asterism. 

-> I (e'99i9) €9^91 9199 W® Q9h - 
2. Piper Aurantiacum. 

Q ©I© - 3°. 9. W$5l8j $ +TO> - 9 9 (69«) 
Dwijati Dwija (See) 

Q©IGiq— 5 . 0«. (^+»1Q+$$-* I ^p. 99199— 
Dwijatiya 1. Of two kinds. 

j I 99 ^91,919— 2. Belating td the twice- 
born castes, 

* I G9I^«| — 3 - Mongrel; hybrid. 
9 — «QQ5 afl,©9— Mule, 

Dwijihwa 1. Two-tongued; having a forked 

tongue. 
-> I QI9IQ *aiQ 6© 9 ai<l — 
2, Double-tongued; insincere. 

* I «t© — 3. Wicked. 

4j. Slanderous; gossiping. 
^ — ^ I qg— 1. Serpent (haying forked 

tongue)* 

[g— qaai9i*9 ©^Q sigqa <paiq 1 q9l^996Q 
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Q€Q 9I9C9 C«WIWQ ©Q QQ G^IQQQ I J 

^ [ oqft»i $OSfl 9m^— 2. An informer; a 
tale bearer; a slanderer; a gossip. 

* I €519— -3« ^ thief. 

v I 3© 9i^ — 4 A wicked person* 

9*69— £9. a -V I $£9 ( €93 ) 
Dwije 1, Duje ( See ) 


<r« 


9 ceo. 


( *t*r ) 


9«SP 


> I %. ($ ft S1QQ 6§>2i 9$9©Q> 

9 ©flIOTj §I^«ICQ— 
2. (plural) Brahmanas. 

Dwijendra $ ©Q© ( GQd ) 

($G©a — afihqp) Dwijaraja ( See) 

9GSI^« — «• 9 (WlWj ?S?+^)-?W (€9«l ) 
Dwijottama Dwijabara ( See ) 

9 s ^-«. 9. (^s'ai^+©dj 9*« siqq uii. \9)— 

Dwit a$ — Enemy. 

W— $Gqal; s^MStw^ Ggssisi— 

Inimical; spiteful; malicious*, hostile. 

Dwitha g^ 8 ) — $%Q — 

The sign J3isarga in the Sanscrit and 
Other Aryan vernaculars (Apte). 

«©q— •?. ©. ( <jp +©Sj )— 

Dwitaya v 1 qg — 1. Pair; couple, 

? I 9Q Mil— 2. Two. 
m I 9Q fl$R — 3- ^ w0 kinds. 
$<!-* I Q9Q — ■!• Double. 

* I ^Q S9IQQ— 2i Of ,twp Jcinds. - 
•" I 99 W©— 3. Numbering- two. 

"* I ^^©i WiaQ^I- - *• Twofold (Apte). 

5, Divided into two (Apte). : 

$©&— a. o. ( 9§§1% §+©£> ) — sQia^Q— 

Dwitala Two-storied. 

^— WIOIQ QQQ qi9!Qi <Q 9I9IQ Q9GQ $%> 
Q9 — Second storey. 

©siq— 3. Qd. Q! ( $ H +astfiiea. si^ )— 

. Dwitiya 1 ! ^qq qQQj ^Q giSISj — 

(§> SI^JI— *4D !• Second. 

(>q— 31GQQQ ^3) 5 ( S»— 2. Another. 
Q. SL° — t I 9j? — 1. Son. 

* 1 90*1 — 2. Companion ^Apte). 

* | q§_3. Friend (Apte). 

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S9ra«.Qa«Kj *%&«% aa geaiQQQGQ 1 asi— 

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v.| «,«!£[ 9%58 (€Q« ) : 
x 4. Dwitiya purusha ( See ) 

* I «w»a— 5. The haft (Apte). 


©aq©— sr $><a. ( 9<aq+Q )— 

Dwitiyaka v | 9 g^ ( G9« ) 

(^CiqQ— aOiq.9) 1 - -Dwitiya ( See ) 

2. Happening a second time (Apte). 
* I GSSjT S|Q 0G©iQ $»Q£j W aQCtel ©GQj 
<GQIQ ( ©Q )— ^ (fever) Returning 
every second day (Apte). 

Wiq 9 m Q\— G9. ©— OT^aQ a*a$eaq — 

Dwitiya jamgha Name of a particular part of 

a temple. 
(GQQ© ©G© TOI^TOfll I ) 

Wjq©8 -q\ $\ 941. ( S l «^+«^)— 

Dwitiyatab gas ^gq EjGQ 9$© G99I S©IGQ — 

secondly; in the second place. 

©Siq qg€l-a. Q. ( 9si©qs )— qaifl ^ ( ^, ^sq» 
Dwitiya purusha n®e\ aQfllff ) — 

(grammar) The second person. 
Wiq QQfifl— G9. 9— OTCJO^ «i°a^G€ig— 

Dwitiya barancji Name of a particular part 

of a temple. 
©Siq Qq8— 9°. M- ( ^9Sl§; Q£l£j + 9£|8 ■)— 
Dwitiya baya^i ^ | Q^iflfll 9^^— 

: 1 . Having arrived at the second stage 

of life (Apte). 
QQiq Q$— ^°. 9- (©rfaij %£]^+Q§ )— 

Dwitiya barnna t | g^9!!ffQr ^GQ S$^©10 — 
1. The Kshatriya caste amongst the 

Hindus. 

2. ( grammar ) The second of a class 
of consonant letters* 
©<3iqQlQ-tf\ S. ( «K3£j+9^ Wl. V9. ) — 
Dwitiyaban q^ ^| ggfl qg_ 

Having a companion or helper. 

WJ9I& $« silo eow flco 

©Qiqi— g°. m. *1. ( Q H ^+^I. so )— ^ci^q %|^cr— 

Dwitiya Eeminine of Dwitiya. 

9°. 9. 41 ( 9,oq+tfl. n ) — 
I I Q§1j qtftl— 1. "Wife. 
> I 99QSIj q«1— 2- Female companion. 

QH — 3. The second day of a lunar fort- 
night. 


9 fflSN© 


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; I ©i€fa 43 ggsji-aaq© gciqi-aio ao9 
s>Gsa I • I Qi§jQ q$ 9 oqi 9i %© 9 ^ a &cr- 
q© GQ9$r$ ai«i i 

D witijakiuta ^91 - Twice tilled (field). 

-§Qiqitf|fl— e. 9 ( s&ij 931*1 +a#i )-®»Q v ssilf 

DwitlySsrama «q 3^ 5?Q^ ?lflfl; q^giflSlj 

(©OSjltffl— M. V) dl^— The second sta ^ e of 

a Hindu's life viz that of a married 

householder; family life. 

Dwitwa H q q*^— 1. Reduplication? duality. 

2. Repetition. 
* I qa. qeiQj gaiqti — 

3 A pair; couple (Apte). 
■* I COtf-Sil— 4. The number two (Apte). 

4 Dwitra Two or three (Apte). 

^•ei-a. m— 9i^°a ( gq« ) 

H Dwitrirhsa Dwatritisa ( See ) 

^witrimsat Dwatrimsat ( See ) 

H Dwidat 9GQWJ — ^^5 SP ^ *S%9£- 
(^91—^1) Ql^ -Having two teeth or tusks. 

H Dwi dala 9S«jr-l. Two-petalled; bipetalous. 
j l g_Q ffiQ§8<ji (a$)j SP a^93^~ 

2. Two leafed;bilobate;two-bladed(leaf). 

[ g— «w 6 «"*ia Wl £W>3 a S> 9»M- 

$3^ 3G3 \ ] 
— 91ft — Pulse. 
.^ Q€| -3, 9 6 $0 («- Q. GQ> § aW Q€l)— 9IQ€lj9IQj 
H Dwidasa O— Twelve. 

■4>WW— «. « ( 9ty 9 =9^+9'^ )— <»° 
H I)widwadasa GOTQS) 99I9GQ ©€§ 9Q99il<*rQ 

( astrology ) A particular comparative 
position of the zodioical signs in the 


horoscopes of the bride and bridegroom, 
which is deemed very inauspicious. 

[§— GSG9 Q9M!Q ©SftO 9QQ SWiGQ 9GI3 

§0, aai©«9Q a«M cmqigq 9QQ ewg qqhIQ 

QCtQ 91QS1 $4 GQG9 <1® GClICi QGfc I 9QSQilST 
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aq<) 6 < Gaia^f 9^©RQ 9999 TO® GM93 

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Dwideha ^ S99 ff$ CQWa ^91%)— «Ma— 

God Ganesa. 

Qii-3. Q« (Q H +iii ai^+stf. a)— ^ I ^Q«§1 91 
H Dwidha qaGQ 9Q§ — 1- Divided into two parts. 

j i ^£ieri» G91Q ©q aiQ?l9i — 

2. Split asunder, 

H Dwidha " 1. Twice. 

-» l$Q*» — 2 - Doubly. 

•» i ^q sigGQ— 3 . In tw0 ; infco tw0 - 

* I 9Q g^lQGQ — 4. In two ways. 

* » ^Q QOGQ" 5 - In tw0 directions. 
5> I 9Q qctGQ— 6 In two parts. 

Qti. ^ { Q s a + Sfl.) — 1 I 9$ g«iQQ— !• 0£ tw0 

kinds; of two sorts, 

-> I 99fij> Q q8o—2. Twofold; double, 
fwl GQ. 9 (9^1 Q9) Gai9J;^lGOT— Hesitation; 
^grgx doubt; vacillation; misgiving. 

Qfcll QQ€l-3. 9— ^Q 9^S(G$ 9S!ei09ti!- 
H Dwidha kar ana Dividing into two; splitting up^ 

QUI Q€J9I— GQ. $.— ^ I «Q«I^ G991; G9IGQI0HIG99I 
M Dwidha kariba 1- To hesitate. 

ft*ri^i > i 9p«g «»Q9i — 

2. To split up; to divide into two. 
Qfcll $j)Q*-S - M.— $Q a°€!GQ ^Qg— Divided into 
H Dwidha kxuta two; split into two parts 

ffwi'.a©— *. W. (^§SL@i 9^1+^1©)^^ I Q^s»9— 
S Dwidha gati !• :Amphibious. 

^ 1 %Q Q9IQ €IQ9S«% — 

2. Having two kinds of motion, 
Q.— t | qsjQ— 1. A crocodile. 

> I QQqOQ ©^ — 

2. An amphibious animal. 

* I Qfi?9t — 3. A crab (Apte). 


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Dwidha lekhya Hintaia (See) 

9009— «.«.«— (^+s»a+Q)—oaQ 9^q «©, 

Dwinagnaka G^IQ^S — A circumcised person. 

§©$$-«. cwi.— ( ^TOo+aoaiea. a ) — 9spG9 

Dwinabata gy^ t > q 8S }Q — 

"(9 WQOfl — a^^g) Ninetysecond. 

Dwinabati 92^ ninptytwo. 

Q9— *°. Q. (^ +Q/. 31^+0$. 2l)-t I 9^> €lfi— 
Dwipa 1. Elephant. 

[g— 9g) ai€Q «je« 6 ass g&Q, <3QQ $q 

-> I Q|Q; sd — 2. Serpent. 

* I QIQ9«IQ QQ — 3. Mesua Ferra (tree). 

©Gila— sp* M. ("jaiiac+QQtfueT. a) — Q\no a°chiQ 
5 Dwipanchasa qqs ; *> grcns— Fiftysecond. 

^Q^i€i€^— q°. $>. 6 9«a— (<f w awa©; a. a gq;)~ 

Dwipanchasat 9|«|Qj */— 52; fiffcytwo. 

ctaei— *•« 9. (9^L8; f +03^)— G88J01CQ $q? 

Dwipatha qgt g$© C9iQat<i SS>— A meeting 
plaoe of two roads* a ogop&sway. 
QQQ— q»..M (9$%$; $+39) — V I QI9IQ $£ft 319 
Dwipada tag, $Q8l9q&— •!■ Biped; two-legged. 

2. (stanza) Having two feet. 
m I 9Q W (TO) q$ (Q!9t — 

3. (a sentence) Having two words. 
$.— t I <$Gl QQtfq§ 2Q8 — 1. A couplet. 
9 I SKjwai— 2. Man. 
m 1 asal— 3. Bird, 

* 1 (^i$Q<a) «qjg 91 3$ gaicci <£Q «W 

99I9IQ — 4. (grammar) A combination of 

two words. 

* I Q$g— 5. Demon. 
£ I GQ9SI - 6- Deity. 

J> i (€©iiqs) 9s9, $qi, qfl6 ©Qii qQ- 

7. The astrological signs of the twins 

(Gemini), the scales (Libra), the pitcher 

(Aquarius), and the virgin(Virgo) 

f" I <6OT§<a) a«> $QQ gqro—8. The prior 

half of the. astrological sign the 
archer or Sagittarius. 


« l^QCaifMS Sfl9 - 9- A biped, 
Dwipadifea 1. A kind of Prakruta metre ( 

> 1 9*g.« sp 9i as - 

2. Double amount (M. W) 
<?a<3) - SP. 9. - $ a9QI (OT«) 

Dwipadi Dwipadika (See) 

93. 6 §. - 9 a^ (S93I) — Dwipada (See) 

Q" aiQ - sr. $>«. 60- $Q9 (GQ«) 

Dwipada Dwipada (See) 

($ aiQj <ja^ -^Qs%o) 

Dwipadya Double penalty. 

5*aiq1-«. 0. ( 9 +au at^+os|. Qff ; <fll. W )— 
DwipayJ 9gl — Elephant. 

<?qjfr ©ai*— «• ^J— 3I€J« 99»— A door-frame . 

Dwipu^a kapata having two door-leaves. 

§qgQQ9>1 — tt. M. ( «TiQ ©(HP ai^S^? W ) ( ^ + 

Dwipurodanti fteq^J+Q©. KQ\. W )— GS]^* 

-'f otaikT oiiqi Qi^ ai<i ( 99i, %© 

9*31 QS>*iJQ )— Bodent; (animals) having 
two large incisor teeth in each jaw, 
distant from the molar teeth f e. g. 

mouse; squirrel ). 

Dwibachana ( grammar ) The dual number. 

[ §— 39Q6Q OWQQ, 9 900 6 9^9Qff SJg; 

aGQ qq, <$si, 9p aiQ GSliCI ©qw I ] 

qqSqi— tt. ©. %l ( ^Qf+QO+ai ) -9Q 9Q 1 
Dwibarshika 93^,1 511^ 91^ — A female calf 2 
( J*9€|— aoi%.a ) years old. 

QQI«9— <*. Qtii. ( ^+9«a+Q^ )-U^Q 9^9^— 
Dwibarshika 1. Aged, two years. 

( 9 9I&I — aoi^g ) 9 I %Q 9SGQ fffiJQI — 
( g9l^fe?I — 9il ) 2. Bipening in two years. 

* I 3Q 9^ Of 91— 
3 Happening at the end of two years. 

Dwibahika $QCI€9 QTO QQ«i<l ) — 

V \ GQM — 1. A swing. 
J I 9IG3IBI; flW— 2. Sedan chair. 


$ 91$ 


( *«n ) 


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Dwibahu Dwibhuja ( See ) 

OV<St— fl°. W~^l©*€l ( G9« ) 

Dwibimsa Dw&bimsa ( Sea ) 

§©•«©— «P. 0. 6 M — $i$°sq ( G93 ) 

Dwibimsati Dwabirhsati ( See ) 

Dwibida ©SgTOIQ <W 69QIQQ ^GSi)— Name of 
monkey, doorkeeper of Sugriba. 

mqq 9<?q ffifica »o 9tesi— Qgu e?CQ?iaoQ!9 i 

Dwibidha ' QQ3Q — Of two kinds. 

( 9 $ai— *1 ) 
Qq®-w. 9—99? QG^eqi 9& ego— 

Dwibindu The aspirate Bisarga. 

Q§$-~^- 9— SSjTO ( W« ) (96Q$f £91*1 ) 
Dwibiunta Manjuati ( See ) 

QGQQ— $P. 9#. SL°. ( Q§Sl@; <J4-W )— $Qt £9Q 
Dwibeda zwp ^€l^l ( 9<i§ )— ( a person ) 

Versed in two Bedas. 

qG$>S1— $1°. W. 9?" ( ^+699+0^ Wl. *9. ) — 

g GQQ ( GQ3 ) — Dwibeda ( See ) 

A family-title of certain Brahmanas. 

*. I ($4) SjQ 9IQ— 

1, Two hands* 
> \ (9§5l§) GQlSI — 2. An angle. 
9«a— $G 9lWe% — Having two hands; 
/ q qqi a| ) bimanous; two-armed. 

4 Dwimatjuka Gffll^Q (GQGI)-Dwaimatura (See) 

f q«— «p. 9<a. «. ( <?$$1fc 9 +9* )— 

" Dwimukha * | $Qtfll$ qao'S^— 1. Two-faced, 

9^1 J 2 - Having two P nases - 

* i fam\i) GQiq.91; Q19IQ mi 99GQ — 

3. ( figurative ) Fickle of promise. 
q — e9lq§2fl^ia— A. kind of snake having 
its tail resembling the head. 

<5q$3l-*r\ 9. ( <&«+» )-G»l9 — 

V Dwimukha Aleeoh. 

§4«fl— tf . 9ti. til. ( £*$+« 1—9^?^ &&- 


Dwibedi 

S°. 9- 


O^Q- 


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Dwimukhi 


Feminine of Dwimukha. 


go^ ^ — gqQ QQ$[9I G!|§ — A cow while it is 

giving birth to a calf. 

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GQlSi ^Qal^lQQGQ $99^] G9IQ3© I ] 

Dwirada 1. Elephant, 

> I <3>G$W5 , Q 49 Ql&— 
2. Name of a brother of Durjyodhana. 

Q QQ QQ— «P. Q- (9$ S>®; $Q<3+99 ) — 91GI 91$— 
Dwirada rada Ivory. 

Q QQI$9— 3°. 9. ( ?<$1 9©| <f QQ+21$9 )— §°Q— 

Dwiradantaka Lion, 

<cTq€1Q— a°. 9. ( 9 +«€1Q ) — ( §q.) Q^G^ ^Q2JQ 
Dwirasana G^jPP — Two meals during a day. 

S*l— (9^Sl8) 69 QffGQ $Q0Q G^9ff «?GQ — 
Taking two meals a day. 

QQ€1Q— ST. © (9§5l8i «? + QWI+^)' < ?©^> %$- 
Dwirasana Serpent 

Dwiragamana ^g^lQ QQ q9^j. 2DGTO- qsflS«3Si> 
Q@Sl£11ft — ^ ne advent of a bride to 
her husband's house after attaining 

puberty. 

J I 9«IQQie ( G9^ 2 

2. Duarapali ( See ). 

Dwirapa Elephant. 

gg§^— a, q (^H-a^) - e * G ^^ wq^L 3P a€ * 
Dwirabiutti ao*Q| — 1. Reading a thing 

twice. 

2. Revision. 

H DwirasI V^l.^9.)— G3 ^>ffSQ ^Q 6JQ S|<] — 

(§q3fll— ^1) Taking 2 meals a day. 


Dwirukta 


Twice told; uttered twice; 

repeated. 

M Dwirukti . 1. Saying a thing twice; 

repetition. 

) \ Q99IQ QCfl 91 WI«l9Ga«j Mlf <■ Vai^ 

9Q aQ QGS«^Q«i— 2 - A defect ia 
composition; tautology. 


Dwirukti jamaka 


A kind q£ alliteration. 


<rt. 


9%€>l 


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<3^ QW 


[ 9— wag*? ^ae^i^Q egaqo ««n? 

g S^Cjqff 3I€% I Ml— £WQ 3M9I ow ©s*©s 

Q^©l a. Q«. C ( § + 6®l —Wig©) — SJGI£| 3Q ©TO 
Dwirtttgha ffQ^Qi ( QHQl ); qs?^ — 

Remarried ( widow ). 

l)wirupa Two forms. 

1. Of two different forms; biform. 

* 1 qstft^a^S^— 

2, Having a double form. 

* 1 sm ^q sustogQ efira atQ qigq— 

3. Written' in two ways* 

Dwiretah Bogala-(See). 

QGQff— 3. $ ( 5>§gl§5 9191 196Q $Qf S€*£T m M 

Dwirepha a|«. ^qj gagj SQGQ 9Q? V «K3Q 

* I Q3Q — 1. A bee; black bee. 
J I WQ ( §. SlfiWIdQ ) ( CQ$ ) 
2. Barbara ( See ). 

Dwisah 1. Twice. 

J I 6QI9 ©a* G9IQ; $Q $Ct G91Q— 
2. Two by two; in pairs. 
g§©— a. 9. -6 $<a— ^qm* joo_ ' 

Dwisata 200; two hundred. 

<^€ier— a. §>a ( Qf^ss ^+aa i =«q ) — 

Dwisapha saiSIQ «J^ $Q qctGQ ©Qg— 

Two-hoofed; cloven-footed; having 

cloven hoofs. 

( sen— Qi$, caa, Q$% 8 a ' ) 
^sfte— a. $ (9fe1ft5 £+al«)— ao 1 — 
Dwislrsha An epithet of the Fire-god. 

(?Sq»— TOiqjO a. w— ai9R $Q 9$ «S— 

Two-headed, 
QS^)— a.— v 1 G?<3 Oqqi- 
Dwish (root) 1. To envy. 

> I OTQIOQfl Q$9I — 

2. To act inimically. 

f <*1— a. « ( #« aiSL-i-w^. ©a J— as> — 
Dwish Enemy. 


Dwishat ' Enemy; foe. 

( 9 «i— «1 ) w.- <l°— g^sisi— 

N ' Spiteful; envious 

Dwishantapa +$$. a) — G3 M %efoi P< — 

Distressing an enemy 5 oppressor 

of a foe. 
$— ©5\l — Copper. 

<?S«j,~S°. Qd ^^ + fl Q*IM. «) — ?ra«|t (W«l) 
Dwishashta Dwashashta (See). 

£>GI§ — q°. Q. 6 $s— <$l<a<% (G9<3) 

Dwishashti Dwashashti (See), 

^%— *.W- ($\ai^f<?&©)— «■ I SI9I SQ «$©IGQ<S| 
Dwishta Qq saiQ gi|<i — 1. Envied. 

(^-^,1 — ((J) > | q3© — 2. Hated; disliked* 

Oq— Of. ©4.— (<f+SI ai^+©4- ®)""^ ' esa 9Q««G9 
Dwishtha e\\^. QQ^ 219^0—1. Siding with 

opposite sides. 

9 I 9Q $IQGQ & ® — 2 - Placed or put on 

both sides or at both places. 

Dwisapta Fourteen. 

Q«l9«i— ff- M.— 91^9© IGQei) 

Dwisaptata Dwasaptata (See) 

<?39$— «r. w.— Qwg© (G9«) 


Dwisaptati 


Dwasaptati (See) 


D wisaptaha Fortnight. 

9Qfi— a. 9«. (9^§1gj ^+g«)— 9Q sap qo ,§9%- 

Dwisama Having two equal parts. 
<5q9 «^©— a. 9.— 9a<?9l§ ^€J[0"- 

Dwisama tribhuja An isosceles triangle* 

Q €(95— 3°. 9. 6 Q«l — <*•••$ 9Q 90R— * 

Dwisahasra 2000; two thousand. 

0^10*1 — 9°. 0<a.— Q 9«5 (€9«)' 

Dwisitya Dwihalya (See) 

(qsIgki— %1) 

Dwis-swinnSona Bioe from paddy which has 

been vapoured. 


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Dwihalya gfo. GQI69 q<3 C9IQ %9\— Twice 
(<c*TOi— %1)- tilled; twice ploughed. 

Dwihayana 93. ^q 9^jj ; QQiqiaa— 
(^9l£jffl— $1) ^ ged two years, 

■f 9iq«l— «. 5. 4- ( ^91^ + ^1. « )-§>a r «?£|$! q|$ 
Dwihayani $>|§q — A female calf two years old. 

The feminine of OwihSyana. 

Dwihiaa qj^cr ff69) — 91°^ QGT— 

Neuter gender. 
§d.— ©9?3$ — Eunoch; hermaphrodite. 

: €>$Qqi— «. $a. 4I ( 9$^fb 9Qf §<?£[ as ai9iQ; 

Dwihiudaya fcllQSllQ G«l^<3 6 Q <3Q GQltO — 

a€fei] — Pregnant (woman). 

,439— $r. q ( f*+ai ai$+a )— 1 1 siij o^ciCQOQ- 

Dwipa S9%*© $ja§J — 1. Island ( surrounded by 

water on all sides)- 
[5— fiO^IWT W« 3©CQ «L«W C*I%QV©^ 

GQ§3iQi 31© aqg qqo gq% © gioeais ^laGQ 
«!« 6 W I ] 

* I 9iig 9$f — 2. Tiger skin. 
€9. § (3. ^a)—$gl— Elephant. 

^OQCLQG— *. Q ( G9<W )— «S f Q; ©Q(©a Q— 
"^ _ **■ *. 

Dwipakarpuraja Chinese camphor. 

Dwipa natha l. King. 

2. A lordly or stately elephant. 

wasq stoiea oca as^Q— og, ew^asora 1 

Dwipaban 1. Studded with isles; abounding 

in islands* 


j 1 sa§cQ sigqp <aa «$— 

2. Having many islands. 

> I «*» — 2. A big and shallow river. 

<HTO€I— Sr\$. H (^18 + W+fJ Q)— «. 1 gqi— 
Dwipabati 1, River. 

9 I ^9—2 The earth. 

Dwipa sfeambha Light hotise. 

qjai^Q— q». s» («fti+^a)— aiQ esti^o sag— 

Dwipantara Another island. 

GQ!?<3 Ql^q. SOIQQiqEl Q€J— Transporta - 

tion of an offender, 

Dwipantara baoha OTSja^l%) - 6Qia©S> (e^fll) 

Topachini ( See ) 

Dwipika Asparagus. 

Ql€fl— e. L ^>. ( ^la + CW^ ^fl|. ^V ; <19l G996Q fid 3Q 

Dwi P* 6ei|fiftGCIlS5 99 391%) — 

^ I ©SilQlO — 1- Leopard. 

> \ QQQ qp-2. Leadwort, 

©la— a. 9«. ( s>95l8: $+m ) — 

Dwisa t. 1 g ^189. J3J9IQ ^q m g^ Q , fl, ftQ _ 
(9lar — Sfl) 1. Having two masters. 

2. Having ownership in two. 

• 1 99 gqq«»i« aid QQ^ ( 0%)— 

3. (oblation) Intended for two Deities. 
3. %\ V - 1 I 9Q 4lQ ^wT— 

1. Husband of two wives. 
^ I 9SI«I| Qs3«-2. The 16th asterism. 

Dwesha ..■„«.! G?Q5 Sp^OI— 1. Enmity 
^ I C^| — 2. Aversion; hatred 
•» I t°ai; fi^il — 3, Malice; spite; malignity. 
» I GSia— 4 t Apger. 

* I 9Q8°9I— 5-.Kevenge. 

# I ^Q% ©Q—6. Displeasure. 

Dweshwia V 1 GmK)9i & 9 «IOQ«— L -Enmity* 


C9*1- 


( ***** ) 


G?a 


-* I 3®§ 9 9l €991 ~ 2. Taking revenge. 

• ! 0^-3. Enemy. 

6Q#| — q». 9d. G° ( G9<a+QGi i«ll. 19 )- 
Dwesbi v | gQ@°gi aqqtf— 1. Revengeful. 

2. Spiteful; malignant. 
m I «$q9iaqr-~3. iDimical, 

$ — €W —Enemy; foe. 
g^V — «. 93. V. (f ^ y|§ + 9 5 ^. ^)r- 
Dweshta e ( q§) s>i©Qei©|31™i, Inimical, 

(G9J1— %1) * I G3 § SI9€©5 §•§— 

2. Revengeful; malicious. 

• I QffllQig— Hating. 

9— V I SM?;— *• Enemy. . " 
? I 9Gqa|— 2. Adversary; rival, 
G9W— g. ©«l q?. ($*« aio+Q^. 9)— ©«f*tfj d^H- 

Dweshya Hateful; detestable; odious. 

(€9OT— 31) 9^-* » g^q aw— 

1. An object of hatred. 
S I 6?^Q"\" 2. Enemy; foe, 

Dwaiguriika «$9 q$ ©< — Usurious. 

6^9jfin-« .©■. (^^^r 069. s)~~£<j«a aew<a— 

Dwaigunya I)6ufofe amount. 

go 1 ©— «. ©. .(f l +ao = «tfo+®)- 

Dw^ta e. j ^q «effl& -tijfa - 

1. Existence of two things. 
> I ^ €a§; 9^—2. Duality of things. 

• 1 OSfcSI ©Q«$ 9^9QS- 3. Duplication, 

3fl»$ QI3Q — 4, Association of spirit 

and matter, 

99QG€1$ - -"5. Name of a forest in an- 
cient India. 
9 I 9Q — 6. Forest. 

9 I qg; qso (9. eiOTIM)— 7, Couple. 
r i G99 q9j«a<si9 6 a99 qyG9 g w 39- 

jg. a9S)£!9) —Distinction between 
what is one's own and what is not. 
ti I 2I@|Q (§. a)— 9. Ignorance, 
1° I C^foW (§. a) (€9*> * * 

10. Dwmtabada (See) 
'■.$&{~-\ I ©3^^91*31— J # D«alistic (philosophy). 


, > I (? +«) $Q S*V$% qjj— 2. Dual. 
GQ© 8©— «r\ 9 — G<f 9919 (G9<S) 
Dwaita jflana Dwaitabada (See) 

63© 99— SP- "9 (913) — ai$J9tfl69 aeilG<3l9G9 91$ 
Dwaita bana QQfaqiQ q§Q qQgs] 9^ g|Qg ©g^ 

99G9 J3iQ QiQ N 9€iacQ — Name of a 
forest where the Pandabas lived during 

their exile. 

e?©9iQ— e. 9— §Q^9«9€ii^Q toocm* Qiqi6$© 

Dwaita bada qa$ 2IGS G9IQ ©a$* 39— 

( aCf , ©9l9-*9.qQ19 ) Belief in Dualism; the 

duatistic doctrine of Hindu philosophy; 

the doctrine of the existence of spirit 

and matter as distinct from each other^ 

[9-4 as <jiq 443401^ e^ 9g qg^ ^^ 

scfo «)«iq ( QQ^iqi ) 6 9^*1 ( S89igi ) aQiQoi^ 

qa9, <3@9Q ^9^ S-f ©919 S9IQSKI I G? 9919 

99G9 asiQOi^ m\ qa9, 1 ] 

6<^09N-Sr\-M. 1° ( €9©9I9+Qff ; \fl(. t9.)-€a^ 

Dwaitabadi q>^ €^99196^ WW 9§§- 

(€^9919^1 ~^D.' A Dualisfcio philosopher; a Dualist 

(G^SI— 89iqa) in Philosophy-, a believer in the 

Dualistic system of Hindu philosophy. 

€9 fi* fl©— 3- 9— G<f 9 919 ( G9«! ) 

Dwaitamata Dw^tabada ( See ) 

G<f © «i9«'-r€9. 9. (tl»©© Q©<si99 aQq^i)— 

Dwaita SSsana qqskj q© ^ G095J9 QQ^ W 

A dual system of Government. 
[9-<g €11^9 StflftlGQ G9G99 Mq q©i 91- 
qeQtfqqqr W a^lG9 6 G9S99 9^^ GQ9- 
3Q9«965r 5I9G9 HQ^09 $<H J 
G9 © S»°g— fllG9. (^?9^fl) 9— Q6S9QI ^6?9Q9IQ9 
Daita hamsa ©gag 6 ^QflQifliGQ B§© *^Qf 9°9Q 
^■^9 91 (9®) — The device of a pair of 
awans drawn on official papers of the 
Seraikella State of Orissa. 
[ 9 — ^999919 SQI qQ^Q WiIQh o|oa©fllW" 
9l«ea^GQ GQIt<3 <3|p 9°9Q ©-9 9«t99lQ 99S) I I 

G<fu— q. 9. ( <£at+a )— 

Dw^na 1 1 $9 fl^W' -1. Two kinds; 
J I: ? at G99I 3931—2. Duality. 
* I wsq©— 3. Conflict; contradiction. 


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■* I 3€H& §GQ<3>— 4. Doubt; hesitation. 

* t QGQQj Qi^Oi— 5. Difference 

i> i to GW: a© aiefoi — 

6, Difference of opinion. 
9 I 3Q8Q QGQa— 7. Mutual opposition. 

qg q^ atoi Q6OS1 s$i« ©qoiq $#— 

8. Policy; duplicity (in politics). 
W — ^ I SLQ VKS ©Q§— l - divided. 
,> I §qfl\ — 2. Double; two fold. 

G^rfotM— *. «. (e-ja+a^ooaiw €> m +qqsi)— 

Dwaidhikarana $q gg.Qi ^ciSQ QQ^ QQ«a— 
(C^alS®— M) Dividing into two. 

G^fcJlQS— 3. ©. ( «f a+a^s»OQiw ©,, + W )— 
Dwaidhibhaba t i fl^QQ ^9 G«W ^3 q*€Q 
«0i ^9 £}9ia Wl-l. Hypooricy, 
^ I 9GQ9 — 2. Hesitation 

* I Q^9i 91 a©Q ag Q«i— 3. VaeilUtioa. 
v | ©Ottefc€t— 4. Duplicity. 

- ^KQM$§>2i] QQ— 5. Double dealing. 

Dvraipa ': Vl <j1a svwlq- X * rertainin S t0 an 

island] insular. 

> I Qiig ofl©V9 -2. Made of tiger skin. 

Dwaipa sagara G9ift«ll«— An archipelago. 

Dwajpayana t I WW© g|G«oi QhISI G99 — 
1. Byasa, the author oi J^ahabhSrata. 

f g— ^ie-Q qq gqoi oca ct^s glaee* g$iq 

! 3 I $09131 9^~ 2 - Aq islander. 

2. Q«. q? — t I tfla^l* — 2. Inhabitant of an 

island. 

^ I <5ta€Q W>-2. Born in an island. 

G$ Gaq—a. $fi. { <$%+<% )— 

Dwaipeya <> I ?la ©I©— 1. Born or produced in 

an island. 

■?. (G3QiO'-}0£i?3 GQ«— - 

Oil of Kajupati; Eucalyptus oil. 

GQQIQQ— G^. M- (*.'<?OI«OQ a«9 ae^) — 
' Dwaibarshika . §91* (^693 ) 

Dwibarshika ( See ) 


Dwaibidhya * | ^QTOj ^^ag— 1- Duality. 
> I GQlGQiam— "2. Hesitation. 
G^fllftQ-** €5«:^L*.^ + aiQ+siaMG£ a)— 
DwaimStura <. ' r©a£j* q$IQQ q»Q? CIIOI — 
(GQfal^q— %1) 1; ^Having two mothers ( one 

giving birth and pther bringing him up) 

> 1 ssa^ 9$i» saws* 8?»i <o,©$ flioi qa9r 

2, (brothers) Of the same father but of 
different mothers; half brothers. 
$— V I aG«9— 1- & od G- a nesa 

[© — $Q 9fl« flG«aagcQ gqsi «s W 

9GQ^ Q!99 q©K3T0. Wl Qlfll q^l^ €l4^ «l^^l «f 
' ®§ $!3R I ©^ <^(^ GW "6 a<jOGd ^O WtQ 

a^ia gqg«4 I €^oi% m q©c? %l ^a9qai «o9 
09!^ ai«GW 1 <S ^iq^i^ ^WSQ GSffllSLQ ©19 

^ I QQ99 — ^ Jarasandha. 
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6*31^ 6991% <J9I G«l«<» %3 SW I ] 

Dw^matiuka 9<3I 00 6 GSl OO flQ Gflgj" G^QSQ 
OTW S^IQ© ^<1> q^T OO 6 §9 0» <5»IQ 
GOQ <««C0 Q^l 9GS>— ( a country 1 
Growing crops with the help of rain 
water and artificial irrigation? 

G9^«iqa -*. 9. V— «N»w gsl * al5ag 9wQ 

Dwaimushyayana <Qq|^ gj^gwiQl-A kind of 

• adopted son who inherits the properties 

of his natural and adoptive fathers. 

H Dwgiyahnika <. i $Q QQSQ QQ4^— 

1. Performable in 2 days. 

-^ I 3I9IQ 9^ <5QQQ ^19— 2 - A S ed 2da ? s onl ^- 

^Dwairatha ]uddha <5Qf ^^s? ^ICQ <$$ ^sL^— 

A duel between two charioteers. 

S Dwairatrika ^*q§ qa«% 9R ^® €Q 3 0- 

Pertaining to two nights; performed in 
the course of two nights. 


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QIQQ— 3. 9. ($+389; 995I9)— 

Dwyakshara 1 | <£$ agQ qg-M 91 9$— 

1. Diphthong; compound letter. 
3 I $Q aSQ9l}^ QQ 91 39 — 
2 "Word consisting of 2 letters; dissyllable. 

ro. Q_-9i^iaQiQ©G9 , a— 

Dwyakshari An artistic composition in which 
two letters are repeated in a line. 

Q«lQ $*IQ aiQ aQ *iq aa 
aq aq siq alo aq aa aid I ] 

qhgjo— a. q<i, ftp+acj»:— ^q «tq a§§©— 

Dwyaflgula Measured by two fingers. 

9—$Q 8tQp ©Wi— 

A length of two fingers. 

Ohio— a. 9a. (9§§]$; fl +a»©) - 3p «»j& ae$©— 

DwyaBjala Measured by the two palms o£ 

the hand, made into a cup; ' two 

handfuls of p 

^40— «- ©3. (9 4**KL4-e)— $q crcwi^a sa%€9 

Dwyariuka ct6© — ConsistiB^MI&wp atoms. 

9— $.£121$$ 39I9IQ— An aggregate of two 

atoms; diad (molecule). 

Gti4^9^.\f+*0)-i I <9 9g 91 3QQ $Q v£~ 
Dwyartha 1. Two meanings of one word; 

ambiguity of meaning. 

2, Two aims or motives of the same act. 

9— <§W 691*9 (69$)— 

Dwyartha bodhaka (See) 

Qia 6QW9— «. w— a$% $Qt as ssiaw; $Qt as- 

Dwyartha bodhaka 9§<|| — Ambiguous; equivocal; 
(9«ia9 — WtQEI) having two different meanings 

Wfo— 3. 90— ?ldte©fl (e^fll) 
Dwyasita Dwyasltifcama (See) 

Q<i€f1©~a, 9 6 w. (a a. GQ; 9 a$9 aal©)— 
Dwyaslti 9£}iasl — 82; Eightytwo. 

WefteOSI-^*. 9*1— O glSl£j — 

Dwyasititama Eightysecond. 
^1%— 3. 9— ©l$$ ©51,1 (§. €IS?qiQQ) — 

D wyashta Cop per. 

W9— a. 9. (£+«wJ — ^Q^o ©i« — 


Dwyaha 


A period of twojlaye. 


QH§9 — a. Q3. (^9+Q©)— « I 99^99 — 

Dwyahika 1. Taking two days to finish; 

. produced iu 2 days. 
J I %Q 99 S9I 9^91 (fgq) — 
2. Tertian (fever); (fever) occurring at 
intervals of two days. 

Dwyatmaka $q «qi 91 ^^a^K^j — 
(^j^l-qj) Having a double nature. 

s°. s>'-lGS>i!Q , a) §39, wii, ac^6 site ^3 

(§. 99QIQQ) — (Astrology) The zodiacal 

signs of Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius and 

Piscufl. 

Q^liqQIQ— 9°. 9 ^§+^^+^)— ^©919 (W«) 
Dwyatmabada Dwaitabada (See) 

QH|qQ|«a - 9°. 93 — £<<f©9iq» (G93) 
Dwyatmabadi Dwaitabadi (See) 

Dwyamushyayana Dwaimushyayana (See) 
WI89— 3»: Qei. ftfW + Q©) — 9i§© (C9«l) 

Dwyahika Dwyahika (See) 

W© W. (fllolQ Q^» Sqi— (W9I -$^19 9§fll9 QiO 

Dyanti *sj qj^a 9§9Q9 91 fl|Q<f|a r -399Q9; 93£$9 
€£Q|S>Gj)— gQlff OQSJ— (he or they) Give, 

<5H$ -to. (aiote a^i) £—(6* 9i esrairo) oag— 

Dyantu Let (them or him) give ( imperative 

mood). 

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QMIQQI—SQ. (OQi) i*— («• Ql ai%QS(&gj€99l «^IQ 

Dyaiba gG^)©9 q^) — t i 0«IQ9I— 1. To cause 

?t^ri to give. 

2. To induce a person to give. 

G99 Q-.IQS €9QQ Wlft* 

o^a ^ea Gciia® qqq9 1 o^oaa^i olo 1 

OTIO (QMS)— €QW? QMQ ( GQfl ) 

Dyan (etc) Dewan eto (See) 

QSlQigfll— 3. 9— 9nl9l4a« ( G9* ) 
. Dyabakshama DyabSp^uthibi (See) 

QHl9ig$q|-a. 9 (^p— aQWl+qw)— v 1 qg« i 
Dyabapiuthibi eiMQQ 92J9^1 aiffj aQ**^ «I^QS» 
(SWI$9— aoiqp) 1- The space between the 

earth and the sky"", 
J \%Q 6 9^m— -2. Heaven and earth. 


VC«SL> 


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Dyu (root) To go before. 

$*i— 3°. (%m ai$+«) — l I %£— 

Dyu 1, Heaven, 

-> t SUQia-2. Sky, 

an | zS— 3. Fire. 

v | ^ — 4. The sun. 

* I W% SO— 5. Day. 

£> I 2fl§l — 0. Glow, 

9 j qtfiCQO — 

7. The imaginary world of fche Sun-god, 

Dyuga ^QQglQISJ — Moving in the sky. 

(tyQ\ — $1) q°. Q-ag1— Bird, 
<p©Q-!-$r\ Qfl. 4 ft — «K?ia©Qj GS&Q— 

Dyuchara Moving in the sky. 

(^©q-il) « . §- * I Qsal-1- Bird. 
J I g<S> — 2, Planet. 

Dyut (root) To shine; to glitter. 

Dyut . Say. c 

i «jhq— a°. 9« ft£ ai§+$$. o) -gojaQicj- 

Dyuta Shining. 

Dyuti q9. Q) - qig — 1- Lustre; brilliance; 

radiance. 
> I €QQ8 — 2 - Splendour; glamour; dignity. 

* I tllGQQ - 3 - Light. 

* I Slgfc €€1101; G€?Q& -4. Beauty; grace. 

gi>scr 9cr 9©, ©ffi as? ib <^© - s^aV ecfliq©*j. Q. oto i 

* i «Q<2l — 5. Bay. 

Dyutikara 1. Producing grace, 

2, Brilliant; shining illuminating. 

* I ^3Q — 3. Bright; resplendent. 
§> — ^ [ jiQQiq — L The polar star. 

-> I WOiq-2. The morning star. 

Dyutita 'Shining. 

Dyutidhara „ Shining; bright, 

3. $— $1 — A name of Bisbnu. 


Dyutiman g©. t^l, t.9) — qgdlft — Dazzling; 

(^Q^SI — ^ brilliant-, resplendent. 

a°. § - v j .gispq^ fl< ??^ <Q W - 

1. Name of a son of SwSyambhuba Manu. 

-? I ~99WG«i$ «iqfiQ3Q q»i— 2. Name of 

a king of 8alwa country. 

* I QfJlQGtfi^ g^^oqew gp— 3. A son of 

*~ King, Priyabrata. 

<3*0— 3°. $ (6SM©«) — $«$ qg«l §IO ^(Astrology) 
Dyuna The seventh place counted from one's 

(WS>— aQi%a) natal eign- 

Dyunisa Day and night. 

Dyupati V | G<Wq$ } QQ— 1. Indra. 

J I ^—2. The sun, 
^MQa -~ q°. 9 (^i + a^oj — 28©ia aa — 

Dyupatha The aerial Way 

Dyumani 1. The sun. 

> I TOIQ (8. a«WQ)3 ^ — 2 j Calotropis 

Gigantea, 

* I GS1I3S> 9|?1— (g. a) — 3. Refined copper. 

Dyumat-sena ^q^. gQ«*^lff^ §OI — The father of 

Satyaban. 

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DyumSn Shining; lustrous. 

Dyumna v I iK? — 1. Riches; wealth. 

« I 8lflrf«i s QU^—3. Power; strength, 
v 1 am ( g. a$3l£iQ ) — 4* Food. 

* I al© ( 8. M9ICICI )— 5 > Paddy. 
Dyuloka The heaven; celestial world^ 

Dyushat L Deity. 

( TOiWfc— a©t%Q ) ^ I ^ — !• Star - 

« I Q9 — 3. Planet. 

Dyu S 1 ^^ — G-ambler; a gamester. 


^1© 


( **JT ) 


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^s©— e. ©. (©^ai^-S^i QWi+o )— - . 
DyOta <-i ^ 6$©-- 1. Gambling? hazard. 

^ I Q§ f G®© — 2. The game at dice. 

^cioqq— a. q (<§h©4-^ ai^+si)~^oQ; 3MI9© — 

DytUakara Gambler; a gamester. 

( <^©©lQ~«©«t%EI ) 
^9 «1^i| — «. 9— $1© ( GQ«i ) 

Djflta krlrcla DvUta ( See ) 

yiWTO— 9°. ©. ( .-«• 9- G<3; $<»©+W )~ $« G«©$Q 
t , .DyuladSsa ©©9! QS$. 9«^S>t OTh— 

A slave w$n by gambling. 

^10 agai-s. *-*i.\*fi(<*sdQii} c©»«is a§&— 
Dvuta ttSr&aimlS 1- The full-moon of the month 

J ,,^1 ofKarfcfcika. 

; I «rf ^ aj&i 5 %ai© sfsi - . 

2. The full moon of the month of Aswina. 
<%SQ Q©9Q(QI)— a. 9-«#? «$ SWI— The first 
j>vata pratipad(d5) , day of the moon's increase 
'in the month of Karttika. 

Dyuta phai&ka Gambling board. 

©H©^-^ §^(^W&£Q qai GSMSKi ) ©QS>— 
Dyutablja ^^^B^f^js^^»^: 

<$h© $S^r. w. ( ©f^te ^»©+$§ )~&**% Gsa 

Dyutabxutti ©J31 €«©€$£ €9!W — 

Given to gambling as a profession. 
9 _(q0 9 ) q® G«IWIW©I~ The pro^ssiou 

of a gamester. 

GQil— q», ©. ( $^al%+W©6a. 6 )— < I V>~ 
D yo % 1. Heaven. 

-> i «©ia— 2 - Sk y* 

» I ( GQQ1 §!<3©© 9©G© ) n%\w aa% <©©a 

( g. SIQSLiaQ ) — 
f 3. One of the eight Baan Deities, 

Dyukara Mason. 

GQMIO— 3°. © ( 9?© ai^+a ) — t iae»^ 
Djota . ^ 1- Light. 

J 1*5*©; ^ — 2, Lustre; brilliance. 

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* I %£i ©Qtf; «q— 3. Sunshine. 

6Q1I©©— «•.•©«!. SL°- (W ai§ + ©<$. «©) — <* I ©**©- 
Dvotaka * 1. Indicating. 


— 2, Signifying. 


* I 3©I3©— 3. Expressive. 

v | €$©C©IH© — 4. Arousing; exciting. 

* I Q$©— 5. Shining;. illuminating. 

ssm©©— 9°. ©. ( $*© ai$+sp. «is> )— v i 9©ia— 

Dyotana 1. Exhibiting; revealing. 

> I qiEJO — 2. Illuminating. 

* I Q^GQiaQ-3. Exciting; divulging. 

v I q©Q £913— 
4. Expression of a sentiment or idea. 

* \ <318 — 5- A. lamp. 

f 1 QC<5>QQ— 6. Indication. 

Shining; brilliant. 

Dyotamana < | ^a^lQ — 1. Refulgent. 

( OTil©flM— '41 ) * I €€1IQfllff— 2. Radiant. 

Dvoti t 1. Splendour. 

? \ ©i§; GlfoSh— 2. Beauty; grace. 

*» I 99ISI — 3. Exhibition; manifestation. 

69M19©— a. M.— (GQilQ+Q©)— g©lS» — 
Dyotita Expressed; revealed; divulged. 

SQ'llS^fir^— *. 9. -G9<i1QQGN!j »9^QS1I Gai©(@.€l.)- 
Dyotiringana Firefly. 

eo*ff— «. 9- -gqhi (gq«i) 

Djqxl Dyo (See) 

QQ9«H-gu (a^) p. («r. Ggfa^)— egfaoi (G9«) 

Dra'ipadi Draupad? (See) 

0Q8— ?r. Q. -c©Ta©iQ aQ^i«§»G€ig (@. a) 

Drakshana A standard of weight. 

[5 — <J?1Q ®Qh 3. ©W— GW, ©&©, 0«|<^|] 
QGt€l— 3. Q.-<© SQIQ 9IQI (g. «))— 

Dragana A kind of drum* 

geTfll— «. ?». (90+51©. Q^© v j wi. <•©.) - v i <}©©!;. 
Drar^ima ©|2©i — 1« Hardness; firmness. 
) 1 ^Q©! — 2- Steadineas; fixity. 

^ Drarfhishtha Very hard; very firm. 

(©$^1— 4]) 
0,91^1 ©7- tt. M-(W+QJ^«; ^fll. W.)-©3fl (few)- 

Drar^hiyan Draijhishtha (See) 

(3©^1-<l) 


( «<tJe > 


Q^$© 


0,9*— w. w- ftp. 9§q)-99; mesial-*- 

Eh-apishta Arrogant; puffed up with pride. 

«,§—*•. 9«i.— * I 5^>«t^S^, (§. a)— 

Drapsa 1, Swift. 

> I ©QQ (§. «.)•_ 2. Liquid. 
(§31— effiwqp) q°. ©.— £ I 6QIQ 9§ (g. «.)- 

1. Churned curd, 

J I q# {%. a.) —2. Semen/ 

* I 93 (§. €1.)— 3- Juice.* 

Draba e j qq— 1. Motion. 

3 I ^9 QQ — 2. Swift motion. 

* I ©9Q9I — 3. Melting; fusion, 
v 1 €93 — 4, Velocity; speed 

* I aQIQP' — 5- Act of fleeing, 
9 I (.+$$• ^ Q3— 6. Juice. 
9 ( QQ9K.— 7. Jest; sport. 

r 1 ©Q» Mia— 8. A liquid; fluid. 

ft I G€l%,^»€i» QQtdiSQ 39*1 9QIS' 3@ al<* — 
9. Solution. 

*o 1 ci$© 39ia— 10. A molten thing. 
£«. I 9K%>9QBQI---tl- Fluidity. 

kj 1 w (s- «.)— 12 . Wine - 

W.— * f ®9$9; flQO -1. Liquefied; molten 
, I qsfl— 2, Juicy. 

* I 9»l£|; 9»Q§ ©9S» — 3 - Liquid; fluid, 
v I aiSfcR SaiQ J3iG^9l — 4. Dissolved. 

* I ag r ; &M— 5 Wet; moist. 

Drabaja Baw sugar; molasses. 

0,0*1— SP. «?. (g^»l%+TO)— A I 939— 
^Drabana 1. Act of going. 

/ r«OOtfl— 2. Repentance, 

* I QQ — 3. Motion. 

v 1 ©QQ 991— 4 - Melting; fusion. 

* I §9^ 9%ffll6Q *H9 f €991 — 

5, Melting of the heart. 
9 1 aft'lQ 991-6 Fleeing away; flight. 

QQg— q\ ©. (39 + 9)—^ I 9iQ£! ; ©Q»©! — 

Drabatwa 1- Dissolution; fluidity. 

(<59©l-«Qiqp) 3 I ©0©9I— 2. Act of melting. 

* I 6«W©!— 3 » Softening. 

v OOQQ 9»IQ 991 *93l— 

4. Solubility; solution. 


Drabanti 1. A river, 

"JM. 0810131 (C9«l) (9GQ9{..Q9i<10) 

2. MushakSni (See) 

Draba bh£ba , Drabatwa (See) 

0,91(69)091— 69- & (#°; S i ai<i&SS.g9.ai9)— 
DrabaCbejiba 1 I Q$9I S^IQ £[99 qp— 
ff^ft 1- The causative form of DrabibaV 

53TT*it * I ©Q'aiQ9| — 2. To melt. 

• I 9Q9 QQ9I-3, To soften. 

0,01*110—3°. 9. (jp^l ©9 vi go-raaio)— ceiQj gsq # 

Drabadhara a|g)G9 a|^ afiJtl^C— 

A vessel for melting metals; crucible. 
0,019— *°. 9«. (go + av a|$+9$. a)— 9Q0IQ9R 
Drabarha 6SHCH— Soluble; fusible, 

O,©©— SP. §.—9190 6 GOIt^(C9*- 

Drabirjja Drabirjia and notes (See) 

o^9 wo ai$jus?i9; 

g^ffl -q B .«i (g A ai^+QQ x ) - ^ l 9^ ; aQ -1. Wealth; 
Drabina riches. 

-> I ^^— 2 Property. 

* I 9l«95 191—3 Gold. 

v I a$|$fl— 4. Strength; power; might. 

* I ©QQ9I— 5. Melting. 

9 I qa gQISrQ <$ q.^ - 6. A son of king 

Piuthu. 

9 I %S1 ^iQQ 09^15)19^©--?'. ^ame of a 

mythological mountain. 

o©9r -w*3 (Q°. i^a%y~ x J flS)a ^Mfc ©9©99i - 

Drabiba ^ - 1. To melt, 

y I 9®IQ 991—2. To be dissolved. 

• I 99^1 €991"^- To be softened. 

v I (G%fl4l£) 9^9 G99r— 4 To melt with 

pity. 

QQl^Qdl — tt. 9 (59+a^p 9QI69. Q"+99«) — 9C9 
Drabikarana 9g$[ ©QQIQ91 " Melting of a hard 

thing. 

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J DrablkTuta "* %. \ ©Q»^ sa|Q^Q|-l. Lk 


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Liquefied; 

melted, 

;& 90IQ 9IQ^9l-2. Dissolved. 


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§flqp— «P, W. ( 99+«l$® QQtGQ €> H +$9 )— 
DrabibhSta t I 9999 — 1. Melted; molten. 

( gfllJQI— *1 ) 9 I 9Qq 9gsaiQq91— 2. Softened. 

* I 3999 — 3. Grieved; repenting, 
v 1 Qqiq g|Q^9|— 4. Dissolved. 

* I ai^€Q a$«a& 691Q31QI— 5- Liquefied. 
<p*^S°. 9*3. ( 5j- Qfl+fl )— qfltfVflq— 

Drabya Pertaining to a tree or plant. 

9. ( 9^ai%=$9 QU9I + 9& 8 )— 
t I 9§L 89IS — !• 'Thingj article; object; 

substance. 
** I 89 — 2. Bicbes; wealth; property. 
easT gqc$ owj e 9qsj Qgi— $1^9, $$|QQQ* s» 

* I ®<aa — 3. Medicine; drug. 
tt I 9^— 4. Heart; inclination. 

* I 99i— 5- Wine. 

9 I 31991; S$a9Q6— 6. Materials. 

5? I 8^9 — 7. Brass. 

r I ( 9i|£J 3L% ) £Q, «ia, €908, q%* , OTifoj 

910, 9ci, aqi 6 99— 

8. The 5 ingredients of the material 
world, time, direoton, soul and mind. 

t \ QS& ( $. €193139 ) — #; Ointment. 

*• \ G«iq ( g. £193139 )— 10. Gum. 

69. 9- (aa©9 wiQaciqgr')— awi aiSGQ 9qiq 

QKI— Soluble. 

^9Mqa-«. 9.' ( 9^1 00; 99i+q^ )— <. I 9gQ q& 
Drabya guna 9^ 9$, ge 3$§ j v $ atf 91 q$ — 

1. The essential qualities of matter. 

-> 1 69l«JI§ QQlflQ 99$h€|QlQ QQ€9 g§£[i— 

2. The action of a certain article on the 

human system. 

3. The different results of the use of 

different drugs. 
g9MQ$— Q9. 9fl. (99*»+9€ ) — H99I9; ilSI— 
Drabyabanta^ Rich; possessed of riches. 

oQsflq— si 8 . 9<s ( wh^ ) — floQ aralee^ OQieF- 

Drabyamaya 9^9 — Abounding in materials, 

■g©M 6go— 9.9.C9 ©W391+ c^) (69919)— 69969 

- Drabya sweda 9!$rjaig 69991 -Vapour-bath, 

[ ^— €W 06» QQ\\ 6<*fll I ] 


DrabySntara A different thing; another article. 

Drasana 9i99IQ 99919) — 

C I 9«9 ; qifll«J9|Q— 

1. Seeing; visit; interview. 

* I 93*931^ — 2. Philosophy. 

g^Ql— *. 9«l ( 9a ai£= 60^91+94. Q9m) — 

Drashtabya *. \ 69^919 63l9i— 

( G^j9 e (| — $ ) 1. Fit to be seen; worth 

looking at. 
> I " SIMM «9i9l9£ GQfllQQI 6ai9H-r 

2. Worthy of being shown to others. J 
* I 9191 »94h 69^91^ €99 — 

3. Whieh must be seen or visited, 
v I sa§9Q 96916919 9SH39I Q©9 — 

4. "Worth noticing; notable _ 

§11— «. Qti. s° ( 93 al§+ ©5 e^ w- V9|. ^9 )— 
Drashta 1 I Q&QIQ — 1- Looking at; seeing. 
J I 68 QQOTg — 2. One who has seen. 

a. 9- 4°. * I Q«*i Ga €96«1— 
(9<ajl— ^|) 1. Spectator; observer. 

> I 9^ Ofl^iq €9 G96«l—2. Seer. 

* I Qq9^ -8 * A Judge. 
w I qial— 4. A witness. 

* I €Q«WII9I^— 5 - Visitor. 
^16^99 Ml OQ 39199— 

6. The divulger of a vedic incantation 

or hymn # 

[ 9— ©agf G§9Q 9^ £069 63Q €}SQ q9^ 

991^9 69IQqQGS@ q€^ 6^8 9^9 g^jl WIQflM, 

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.. 3iaiQ€QT ^9«90iQ* 3*1^1 96Q I ] 

9 1 ( sriflioeb ) 9qfl™ 

7. (Samkhya philosophy) The Individual. 

r 1 ( oawa9 ) nq\ — 

5. (Joga philosophy) The Soul. 

g»— fl. $— V I ?Q (.8- -39SIC19 ) — 
Draha 1. Lake. 

> I 9^9 ©ai€J£[ (5. 999199)— 
2. A deep lake (ApteJ* 


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Drabasita $S£> 9lQiqg — Smiling. 

-g9|W— fll. 9 ( «. 9Q9MQ »W 9i99lQ )— <WWj 
Drahasa $}<a© ^|gi — Smile. 

qq q$so o$i€9 gsico GgsiQcrs? «q i 

C91S1— fll. W. %1— 9QOT1 (*])— 
Drahasi Smiling (woman), 

i'Q9ttH— Si. 9 ( «. 9Q9I9Q aq$ 9«99t9 ) — 
Drahasya Q9|9 ( GQ«! ) 

Drahasa ( See ). 

Q^QO 00 fll g«i^— 9101- Q99ICW 1 

i.<y ( aiq^ ) — «p.— «. 1 QQiqa 9Q9i— 

Dra(root) 1^ To fly away. 

-> I ©9 9 €991 — 2. To be asleep. 
w I Q£^9I — 3. To run (Apte). 
■v 1 fi^Q G99I — 4. To be ashamed 

( Apte ). 
q IQ _ go. 5. 9 , — ^ 1 €ilC| — • 1. Soon. 

Drak > 1 9$seil9— 

2. Immediately; instantly. 
an j (joi© — 3- At once; all on a sudden. 

^iSfli— a. 9, (<a«S+w. w vi gi3w; *ai t <9)— 

Draghima *, I qkSqIj G^ft — 1. Length. 

> I ($CQIM€iqq|)' G3$ 9^9 GQ«I$€Q|GQQ 
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^9$L Q$S G«iiq,wgqiGW QQ «So 
§« 6 diet 95? raou-qcfir' saG9itfi qsj$ 

9§9!Gt; aiGflil^Q QQ— 3- (geography) 
Meridian of the globe. 

& 1 (^ewaewai) moto 91 eraee chsoi 
«««UG9 gsiq a ,ff (mi— gto£q)€Q q©i 

ST**! 9C&© G9IQ a§ GSgglQ 91GS G^GQSi 
€J^Q Q§S1 G9%9Q^ (north and'south 
poles) 209^ ta| G9IQ «» f 6«l« G9«IOI% 
G«fei§ giQQ ^jp 9i a£g 209% ^q^iqq 
G9799 aQQltg— 3.(geography)The longi- 
tude of a place; the angular distance 
of a place, eatt or west of the first 
meridian (which is measured by the 
number of degrees in the arc inter, 
cepted on the equator between the 
meridian; (e. g, from Greenwich in the 


British Empire, from Lanka or Ujjayini 
; in Hindu astronomical works) Parker- 
Elements of Astronomy). 

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(latitude) <Q aGS I <ft <Q SUGflil^Q Q$ 
(meridian) G9 2I9Q9 9513 SI 1 W ty&b (longitude) 
<0 2IGS I afflPS Q^Q 99G9 91 9Sd 99G9 qpi 

«cpQ0G^ ^1 a€siQs»GGi €iQi 9Qlei% *n ©al 

^oj. Parker — Elements of Astronomy | ] 

qiiGQ agr«lQGJa^aa r 6 gsiq .oti^ot JaiQag 

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<§ GO|$_ ©S© GQQ^ I QGQ»Q GgiGOTS ®Q$ 

AkshamSa ©Q€IQ^OI% QQ|Q 9! QQtfl ^?filGQ 

C©ftflt aiQQ ^G^Gi TOlSK? aeifll^ —The latitude 

of a place; the angular distance of a place, 

north or * south of the equator, measured on the 

meridian through the place. 

*J— <!9I SJlGflHl^Q q$ Q^Qg (along, g©g.g) q|Q 

«qai<i t aqo q^iGQ <^?90Qig *taai a a* w 919 

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*^>o ara^ <3Q a°€l (a degree of latitude) 
$giai< I GG^dS 3i^Q ^9i b| Sl 99*1091% G9S^ 
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-Q|3q| (longitude of a place) <q ^jq G«ll?% 
<lg|© €1I^GQ Q B ^«fl ^^tGGi Co-ordinates (^QG9if ) 
•©9Si I $OTIQQQ G9f^l§ &\Q$ «l9gQ 9l3oi q^isa 
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^QifQQ 991 acwf 9iq gjg giOQ a9^Q gaG€? 
■«feffi 9«T^| a««l"flO flSiGQ G9IQaiG€i 01^ — 

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Dra^himSiitara GQ«llOI^G9ta§ gl'QQ 0$» 91 ri$S 

QQ^ ^Q^ — ( geography ) Longitude; 

~^'" t " distance of a certain place from the 

^ V 7 prinrtf meridian (to the east or the west). 

Draghishia Very long; longest. 

(913%*— 41) [ 5— Qi3<|Q ®£ q«foq 1 ] 

Draghiyan gi3q ( €9<a ) 

(QlS^l — 41 ) Draghieiftha C Bee ) 

[ 9 — 5l3^Q «cf ^lf«€i I ] 

9 w*— *. s. ( 99+$$. a )— 

Dra rflhy a Firmness; solidity. 

o^is— a- ©si. £°. ( 9j ai$+9$*. «iq )— 
Drana "\ \ qg- §>§© ( $/amiQQ j— 1. Asleep. 

2. Run away; fleeing; fugitive. 

* 1 goqflt&j 0019991 — 

3, Fleeing; running away. 
5°. 9. ( +$9. «9 )—K I $9 ( §. 993139 )— 
1. Dream. 

Ojs— q\ Q— ^ 1 wig ( §. w^eiQ )— 
DrSpa l; lie sky. 

-> r'CTlgii ( ft. €10g|€lQ )— 2. Sea-shell. 
Sr\ 93—1 I %9 (§• aoqiflQ)— 1. Asleep. 
J I ««— 2. Ignorant; illiterate. 
9 19—3°. Q. ( 91 <%+Q9. 39 )— 

Draba <. | affii^p— 1. -Flight; fleeing away. 
J I ciSQj d©— 2. Motion; movement. 
•> I ©999i— $. Melting; fusion, 
v 1 QifiCQ 9»IQ Q9I - K Dissolution^olutian 

* I ao©|a— 5. Repentance. 

£ I 9Q£l— 6. Percolation; leakage. 
9 I ©Q» 8913—7. A liquid. 
QI99 — 3°. 9til ,(9,^1% ^9 9,19- ai§.+«9>— 

DrSbaka v I 8191 9Qftl«— 1« Melting; liquefying. 
(9^991— $1) > I O^GQ^Qh 9g?©IQSII<l59 J ,99IQ9- 

2. Solvent. 

* I £1191 ?3|CIGQ al% S99GQ ©Q©ai<i— 
4. Assisting the fusion of metals* 

* l # geiqq|Q— 5. Fugitive; fleeing away. 


PA 9$Q; 9SW (§. 9)— 6. Clever. 
^1 ?9€jgi$! (§. S)— 7. Interesting. 
T| (e39"ie) Qflgj ®sa €W 9S9 <S9 3*119 
04 — 8. (medicine) Diuretic. 

$—< 1 aiQfliodlg 990 991 933GQ Q191 QWiai- 

9GQ — I* A flux which accelerates the 

fusion of metals. 
> I GS£$ ©Q9 391669 «©i9g 9&1Q SlQeiKl; 
qai^Q9 S#^l§iq ai^£A9 9sf9 ©9» 
qq^ — 2 ! A chemical solution . 

Seas* <§£> — 3- Acid; a kind of sour juice. 

(sen— ct$9 QiQQ; asais 9,199, acNQ9 

9,199 \) 

v | Q$|*t 9^ — 4. A licentious man; an 

adulteror, 

* I G^ — 5. A thief, 

6. Moon-stone; a kind of gem. 
9 I 393; Wtf — 7, Beeswax. 

r 1 (3189*03) G& — 
8, Sentiment (in literature). 
« I 49m — 9 Borax. 

C|Q$Q-a. $. (Q 19 + ^ al^+Qig. Si)— G9I9IQI — 
J Dra1>akara Borax, 

■^lOfl— g°. 9. (Q^^aiSL^b.^io'ai^+ao)— 

Drlbana t. | QQQIQ9I; Q <5I9Q^— 

1. Act of melting a thing. 
?TQ^€Q9r—-& Driving away. 

* I a$GQ ^eWi G«llfi> 9^IQ G99I — 
3. Act of dissolving. 

qjq (a!$)— q», (O^^ISL^ S09>— ^ I «Q»IQ9I— 
Drabi (root) 1. To cause to melt. , 

^ I aiSJCQ G«!0 9«IQ GQ91— 
2. To cause to dissolve. 
9,1091— «P. ^ 41. (9,(99+41. ^B> — ^ I QIW Qlft — 
DrSbika L. Saliva. 

V I 5I9«. 99SJ—2. Beeswax. 

9fl. 41— QI99Q ^QO- — 

The feminine of DrSbaka. 

<OIO@ — a.9.(2$9+w&a)— QM qjqqq 5^9 g^ — 

DrSbirda A province of South India. 

( from the south of Madras to Cape 
Comorin); the county of the Dravidians. 

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399 G9IQ 9lQ9g I 99IQQQGQ GQ«I SflQa^ ©3 : 


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€9€i '6eara qS^isq QGcriasiiSQ QaottSQ 9$s> 

; (§I«91— ti^qp) 9— 21^9 OTfiflq (9i§. 209)— 

Dravidian; pertaining to South India. 

aai— «A (<Qaa)— e^Q sa9 i 6 toi& 9i 9199 
(gifteae);— coos, ©i§s* ao I ] 
^I9©1q— 3. w. ( 999+03 )— 

Drabirdiya <gi9<$» ewlqj <$99 »«}— 
(siQflil— «ff«qp) Dravidian. 

9 — €St 9IQQQ©— Small cardamom, 

9199—3. 9<a. ( ^'ai^flo 919 ai^+QsT. © ;— 
Drabita t. | qqi^o— 1. Melted; liquefied; 
(9J9©|— *1) "* molten. 

J I QlSfSQ QQIQ® J3lQ^9|— 2, Dissolved. 
* | §«|§>©--8. Expelled^ driven- away. 

9 I9i— s. 9*1. ( -9© ai%+9& a ?~ 

^Drabya V I WI9QQI 9IQ 3169— 1- Capable of 

being melted; fusible. 

GStQ S>€9 —2. Soluble; dissolvable. 

9 (ai§)~ a— *. i «TO QQ9I— 
Dru (root) 1. To go. 

J I $9 91.091 — 2. To increase. 

Q-«. 9. ( 9^8^+9$. Q) — 
Dru * | ^- Cia— 1. Tree; plant. 
J I 3I4U — 2, Branch. 
9 96>a- 9. 9 — £9991^ ( §. €19*109 ) — 

Drukilima Pine (tree). 

q go— 9. 9. ( 9^==$9+9tf ai§=*9a 9Q9I+SJ )— 
Drughana v |.69?9 ^f i — 1. I ron mallet; 

iron club. 
J I 99&1 — 2 An axe; hatchet, . 
m | 9gtt— 3. Brahma. 

vi(9a sq99! asQ <i ek* $9^919169) 

ftcfofl'l— *. Kcemhferia. Kotunda ( a 
flowering plant ) 

Q^OI- 9. 9- (fllOlQ flC^lfl) 9. — (* 939)-- 
D r uchha na Tooth . 

9Q0 ofiffi gicq «xs*ais) ai« t 


<3^a (a[$)-^a— ^ 1 9a qq9i— 

"*Drnp (reot) 1, To kill. 

-> I fiK»Q9ft9l— 3. To-go. 

Q a— 3. 9. ( ^aj^+m a )— 

Drun.a i | aO — 1. A bow. 

J 1 €1©— 2. A sword. 
a 

m I ©a ( 8> QOT1Q9- )— 3. Scorpion. 

Drunasa €ta Qft Oft W £89R )— 

(%? 9, ~ i "%l) <W,9l9li Q\typ— Long-nosed. 

9 ^1— *. 9. < S ct 5l ai ^L+ 211 )~ 

, Drupa a»Q SO — Bow-string. 

9 Jf— ^. 9- d. ( Q,jn at^ + Q ) — 

Drurti t | ogoj -. 1 . a female tortoise. 

(^il— «9iqq) > i 9W» m ( g. -a©giciQ )— 

2. A small and slender species of 

centipedes* 
9,^-3. 9. ( ©^ ai%f 9(§. ©■)— 

Oruta ?. | a |^9. qri^q — 1. Fleeing away; fled 

running; run away, 
> I QQO- QQiQQ — 2. Melted; liquefied. 

* I Sfi© — 3. Moistened; wet. 

w I ©QQ3 99lq— 4. Liquid; fluid. 

* I S9S»9; «f|Mlfl1 — 5. Quick; swift, 

? t aiSGQ 6QI9 G9IJ3 93 !3IQ?19I — 

Dissolved. 

9 — «. I €flQ9l — 1- Quickness; swiftness. 

} I Gttl99 CO— 2. Melted ghee, 

* I €flo €19^ — 3, Quick motip^, 

4. (Music) Half a measure, # 

K I qj9 ( ft. <SW3|3Q )-5. Tree. 
^ I 98 t §. €I©SICIQ )— 6 Scorpion. 
5> » 9Q9 ( S. 9OTISI9 )— 7. Cat. 
€9. 9«— wf ( Q©IQ(3 )— 

Long (sound of a letter). 
§fli§i o ocq oqfl as go i q.j. e«?isc^i^qQq \ 
^^9 61©— «. 9. ( 9tfa|j 9^0 + €19 )— 
Drutagati Q © QQ(G9a ) 

Druta pada (See) 
tt. 9^1. (9$^§)— QjWfl— Swift. 
9^061101— « % 9<1. g.°. (^O+Qflai^ 9(|i.Q©i ^flJA9)— 


Drtttagami 

(^ttai?!^— 1 


G9caialj dlowl— 
Moving swiftly; fleet; nimble. 


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Drutaehari VQ)— >Q oaiq| ( G9« ) 

(9 0€ta*1— O Drutagami ( See ) 

C£ a$~ a. $. (Q&% q©+sk»— slg qq- 9 gqcici»— 

Druta pada Quick steps; speedy motion; swift 

pace; speed. 

Swift -footed; speedy; fleet of foot. 
g^Qtt^— 3. £>. (go+«fiWU— *«, 9fl, <•«! 6 «-HI 
Druta bilamba 9| q^ ^p\ $|Q€UflQQSqi OT^O 

(9,09Q^« — a9iq,a) SGQipcas— The name of a 

- Sanakrit meiireof 12 syllables^ 

Drutamadhya g$ © gGQIOGaS— 

The name of a Sanskrit metre. 

Druti 1- Fleeing away; flight, 

> \ CIQ — 2. Motion. 

* I QS> (§. WSICIQ)— 3, Fluid. 

Drunakha a$Q q^i —Thorn. 

Drupada 1. Father of Draupadi T a king o£ 

the Pafichala country. 

qsw 99© G9iQas^ i ] 

-> I Qllft €99— 2. A tract of country lying 
along the Ganges and the Jamuna. 

* I 4EJ4Q GQI9I Ql 9QO (§. «fi?g|GIQ) — 

3. The base or capital of a pillar. 

4. Wooden sandals; clogs 
g^Q QOSKWI— 3. 9. *1. (*^l ©9; % jaQqe+WM)-- 
Drupada rajakanya G^Jaq (GQGl) 

Draupadl (See) 

^ QQ Qsq?— a. $. (?%1 a©j q^aoqe-t-qff) ~~ 
Drupada rajaputra u^g 6 &19I — 
(Q OQHjO — «Qh^Q) Two famous warriors of 

of the Mahabharuta w^r, 

eoacQ i ] 


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Q^aa— gi. p. (3. G^aoi)— ^ i $$)&% ^w«) 

Drupadi 1. Draupadi (See) 

^ aa^acwqp) > I «£taoi ©ifil dQ 010 «na— 

2* Name for calling a woman named 

Draupadt 

q oq— a. $—«. i ©lOQ sia (g. wqkk)) — 

Drubaya . 1. Measurement of timber. 

> \ QQflte! @. QfiWltClQ)-r2. Measurement. 

Q^Q — €9: %« (X* ?jV)— V I $<$ S!Q— 
Drubida 1, Foolish. 

(O W— «Qiqp) > I ««— 2. Illiterate, 

Drubin Telescope, 

Druma 1. A tree. 

9 1Q9QQ-2. Big tree. 

si ] QCQQ^ 3 - Kubera, the Hindus' God of 

wealth. 

v I aiQQIQ (g. Q.) — 4. Name of a tree and 
its flower said to thrive in Heaven. 

* i 9qm tojiigq q^rfl cwfei© «n^ior *<i* 

q[p — 5. Name of a son of Srjkruahna, 

^©ffQi— «. ©. (Q J - J fl+M+« , +*)— S9»«a («.«.) 

Druma kantika T ^© silk-cotton tree. 

'"^Druma nakha Thorn. 

(Q^qQQ — ^Qf%a) 

Druma byadhi q« — 1. Shell-lac, 

2. A disease attacking a tree. 
QqQ— g. 9, (9 fl+S°ilG3. Q)— Q9Q 0«l — 


Drumara 


Thorn. 


©ago— g.Q. (Mloo;^ fl+qe^-i& w ^9 «a- 

Drumaraja 1- A very big tree. 

Q fl Gfi^l ) ' ^ I ©IQCI9 — 2. Palm tree. 

g^ci qiq— « © . ($>a1 ©^ o,fl+3W — ©ian (g. ^.)— 

Druma sara Pomegranate. 

Q^aeeQ— 3. ^i— (ftw) a^ssgiq mo gq?Q9 asl^ 

Drumasen a gg|^| — ;Name of a warrior who 

J fought for the KjWjrabae. 


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Drumari Elephant. 

«§ finan^— g. 9 (?^1 99 N ; g^fl 4- enftq) — 9«s ; ... sa«& 
Drumalaja (g, Q.)— Forest, - 

Drumasraya Lizard; chameleon. 

§ ffo— a. q. (qia)— gCq gw qs>i, qiwqgss— 

Drumija Name of a demon, king of the gaiibha 

kingdom. 

^fl^Q— *.9. (9fl + $*«)— * i'oq,(8. a«); <^ate- 

Drumeswara 1. The moon. 

J I ©|ft€l$— 2. Palm tre e . 
« I aiQQi© (€Q€i)— 3. Parijata (See) 
v I «9 99 02—4. A very big tree. 
o^qiqQ— s. 9.— 9g9i9 ^ 9©aQ cis— 

Drumotpala Theveta Nerifloria tree). 

^9 N (ai%)—«. — * ! ^ a 9S9I— 
J Drub (root> 1. To kill. 

J I «9«k 9Q9I-—2. To injure. 

* f @°^l 9Q9I~~3. To take vengeance. 
-g^j>-«. $>a. (9^9 ai%+^a)— «9,ia-- 

Druha Rebellious. 

(9^-3,1) «i ^ « ^ * I 4S>-~ L Son - 
J> I $S — 2. Tree. 

Druhana ^Qgj ) — V I 9^1 — l.Brahma. 
•> i ©^— 2.Bishnu > 
i Q^j ~^°. Q. H («9,9 S ai§_+a+§)— 9OT— 
> Druhi Daughter. 

Druhya Rebellious. 

Drubyu q$ — 1. Name of a son of King Jajati. 
-M 4? 4$ SQ9SQ 9al9G>1 ( q&UQI ) SSGQ 

4?qa q©9SQ gas gQiiQi og^al^ qei- 

2. Name of the founder of the Raj-family 
of the Hill Tippera State. 

Dm (root) 1. To go. 

> I OQQQt— 2. To melt. 

~" Dra Gold- 

' g^— «. 9. ( 9^ai%+ 9$. a )— §a— 

Druna Scorpion, 


CQOMI— ». 9. ( WhIO^ 00. glQ G99IM ) — 
Drekkan a A I qSQ *£J «P€IQ a$IQ 99— 
<J9I£I I 1- The plaqetary regent of one- 

G<^9 J «■ third of a zodiacal sign; the 

Drecanus of European astrology. 

2. ( astrology ) One third of , a sign of 

the zodiac. 

[ 9 — Q9e$ *9* 99 i gQ®**© ^€i **° 99* i 

gc®*!^ €§§!« 1 ° ©9 1 gc^HQ eg^tdQ ayao 

gSQ gaa G^QifiiQ ®wq a*§) 1 Q9 qSoi^ *a 
<3!Sq ayag) g$ 9 gq G^oieiQ «)ya© 6 da qSQ 

C*5©!^Q ©Ifl gQ 6 S^LQ Q9Q GWtfQ Old Q9Q I 
©O G30iei6Q €3Q 9^Q 9Q €9IQ3I<I 0QGQQI9IQ 
%Qt 5<; Q9Q GC^I^IGQ SJI9IQ 0% *3 GQ QI9IQ 

6*31901— 69. Qw ( 3. G»H!fl I )—° I ©Q^— 

Drochhana 1. Rays. 

> t OQ ©S^? — 2. Moonlight.. 

G5ISI-9 . Q «f . ( 9^ai%+« )-< 1 es.tolfly*; G»fQ9 
Drona & aig}$> qs?^9iisiqi^qr^ a^99«iiq%— 

L Drona, the preceptor of the KaUraba 
and Pan^aba princes. 

[ 5— <a©|© Ol^l «^%. G9^ QQflO 3MQ 

GQOSai© G9Q I G9@ Gq©8^_ q© GSli?<I Ggi«1 

( Qlp ) d^GQ Q^GQ I GS§ .egWllCQ <I9I«Q 9«4 

" G9IQ^9I% <9l^Q G§l^l ©W G9!Q?1QI I GQI3 

qc-1 %al^ ^919 ©aaM c§ <i9»oiqL w§i«i 

OTaSft t < GtffQ9 6 af€J9?llft6JQ SI%q%?(GQ | 
q^lQQ© 49GQ ^ G9fQ9«IQe? aaGQ q.^ ^Q^Gfij I 
c Q«q<9 W9I 9GQ qfl^^4Q qiq^'a^lfli (9ISI) 
9© G9rf 919^ qg ©QQ 0^ WSJigi 90. G9Q 
■G9IQ QS9QI 9Q < 69I9GQ aiOTO G9W, 6 <»§ «9* 
' 3QGQ 9£9Si q^ y%??S ^1* ^S *W €9GR I ] 

2. Jackdaw; raven; carrion Crow. 

* I 93 —3. Scorpion. 

* I $99 ®»!S1^ — 4. A big tank. 

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CWI9 


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5. A long boat-shaped trough of water. 

[ q- g§9q 406q <§igq gqi9qq g@9 g9q- 
^q-^8- «9si«qi 3 

^ I Qgg qp_6. Leucas plants 
[ o — <9IQ £TG*Q 2I$Q QCN QQ I ] 

9 i aigli oat aqQQ ai#— 

7. A cup shaped like a boat. 

9, A measure of 32 seers of 'corn and 

other things. 

e I aw, a»€%;Qli€9^ Gotel - 
" 9. & fifcaadaM -weight or measure of 5 

seers. 

10, Name of a cloud; the cirrus cloud; 

the mackerel cloud. 
[Q — GQilQS 3©GQ 091 GflQ9IG>QGi <JQ agQQQ 

©w, ea« 9« o eswisp $ < gs ^g q^ie^ 

AS 9*31 §<— g. SQSIQQ » ] 

tt I Wl ( g. SIQ3IS1G* ) — 11. Boat. 

V tQCn.4|££)Q Q4J^%> 901 ( §.: StQSICIQ )- 

12, A boatAsfepe^tsup^tow'; 
£• I $flj; €l£ (-8. aosiQQ )— ll Tree; plant. 
;.*Vtw4.«0^:'(\t*va©^^ Indigo plant. , 

V* I 99QT ( 8. W«U«l )— 15 ' "Plantain. 

GgiaQiQ~«l . 9— Wq%a— 
"brona kaka Raven; carrion crow. 

egifljqa— *•• «— gqjg t ( gq« ) 

Drona guru Drona 1 < See ) 

Dronadugha eaQCttQ 9QGQ */WQaQ8© $a «<H 

( W IflflM- »G>M^a ) A co w which gevis 32 seers 
J 'of milk a day. 

Sgiaqsfl- sr.9"— ;G<^1« + M-K1. «j<WIQ s? QGTiaQ) 

Dronapuspi 3£p QQ— Leucas plant. 

( GOLfflBll— 4I ) 

Ggi€l#o- **• W- ( GQj<3°+a© *'SL+* ) " G a $ ai©s> 
Dronampaka 9§a$99 9*9 ia «Q4f' Q$ ai6Q — 

A cook who can cook large quantities 

of food at a time. 

fegiai- *•. ©, il-(G9,w!+t3)— €i^q sk*— 

Drona . Leucas flower. 


GOWiqcfo-9 . 9-»J« t ( GQfl ) 
DronSohSrJya Drona 1 ( See ) 

GQ i«iq»— s°. 9. b». (GQj«+TO9iiGa. »$«>)— c^w 

Dronayana q$ £ttg||fl| — AswatthamS, the son of 
( WL*ISpi — Wi^l 9 ) Drona. 

6QJ8-S . 9. 9,1. ( Q^»l9+» )— * I ®C?i - €a * ® grl '~ 
Droni 1. A canoe; small boat. 

.(q^wil— .«»^a) > i G«u$q§- 2 - A Yator buoket 
used in feeding cattle; a trough*. 

3. A baling vessel; a kind of pot used in 
sprinkling water on fields,. 

"* I G€t9$ifc — 4 t A mountain pass. 
♦J9GM SlftlOQaip— 
5. A boat-shaped cup. 

9 I <W#i-S£— 6 - A lon S tub . 
9 I QIOQ QW; QIC? ( §. 399103 ) - 

7. "Wooden pot, 

r i a©Q Q9i (8- 9Q«ioq )— 

8. A cup made of leaves. 

S I QQftl (g. 3MICIQ)— 9. Plantain. 
e» 1 «lOq{5 (8. SMI6IQ)— 10. Indigo plant. 

It I e-?r 91 MI^QfiQ *rGSt$ QQflW9GOT — 

11, A unit of measure. 
U I ^QSG'IQ $^1 —12. A kind of salt, 
t«M alg©i (g. fl^lOQ) — 18. Swiftness. 

tv i ( GQW+aaswiCa. Q ) «i«ioifli— 

14. Aswattbaina- 

^* I ( €%la+«)— GCWICI^ $-, ^al— 
15. The wife of Drona.. 

GQl39— «. 9. %"\ (G9,W + Q+il. »)— filOl q»— 
Dronika Indigo plant. 

(GQfitoi— til) 

G^lfiflQft— «•. 9. (09^8; G©f^ + ^ <I9IQ a? 6 

Droul dala al«-^ ©CM SQ-) — GQOQ1 «Q 6 £TQ— 

Pandanus Odoratissimus (tree and 

flowers.)- 

G^lfill G»fl— «• 9.— QfeGQa ©©^GQ 8091 <IQgQIQ 
Droni labana o<g — A kind of salt found in the 

Karnatak coast of India. 

[q— «9I a© cqqq, ag,€iftOi9Q; aff«tg°. Qifl- 
G®IG«qi, GQWte, 9IQ©, Ql^TQj GQWfl,©^ Wtil,- 
QGft % QWTW) 


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Dropadi Dr3&padl (See) 

€QI»— «. $ (5$. 214+ Q|Q. «)-* I «©%IQQ«-' 
Droha 1. Mischief; violence. 

> I a£M$ - 2, Injury. 

* I a^Q 21^ 9^1 — 3. Thoughts to injure 

another; malice. 

v I QQQ9— *- Defeat, 

* I §>W3lW®l — &. Treachery; perfidy. 
9 I 9G9 I9l©3«- 6 - Rebellion; treason. 

5> 1 ceil -7. Hatred. 

r I 3$§°ai$§ ~ 8 Spirit of revenge, 

GQ191* — a. ( €§i9+aMiSL +s? & a ) - 

Drohata v I c€9|Q$Q9 9^; ©q^GOTfl- 

(§. QOTIQQ ) — 1. A person who bears a 

mask of piety 

2 A hnnter. 

3 Name of a branch of. the Bedas. 

Drohi e I aQQ«©||0^— !• Bent u P 0n 

injuring others. 

(eS«*— «J ) ' ' ftai©^- 2 - Malicious; male- 
volent; spiteful. 

* I aqWPra— 3 - defeating. 

v I ©QQiq*— 4» Rebellious; recalcitrant. 

* 1 $$ — 5. Inimical. 

d — 

$ ( aial— 6. Sinful. 

9 I MIMICS— 

7. Treacherous-, perfidious, 
r 1 $QQ— 8 Ungrateful. 
[Q— 491 «»i W ^6CT Q^?G> ?<l im— 

^GQ^Sw^Sb q»S9«, G9asoiia qqiiq i ] 

3 Q— 9^.— Enemy. 


Draana DronSyana (See) 

(g^S, Ggteaej, Ggtewqfl, cswpysi-affi^a) 
G§jT9©— a. 9 ( gqwi + qq ) - cqq G9#gq 

Drasnika G$ltiaQ93 W $dl 9IQ &IGQ— 

A corn-field in which 32 seers of seeds 

can be sown. 

G$T9Q— 3. $. q,° ( gro+aawcau ta ) — 

Draupada ashQiS — -Dhrushtadyumna, son of 

* king Drupada, 

Draupada a$aig9$r 8gl— The common wife of 

the five Parujaba brothers. 

qi^q aqwiwiosQ gi§«G9€ia!^ Wg ^99 

aiQaw qo fl«%eMSlQfiii^ «ot 9ft§ 01% 
$< eqa «w G^isa «Me aq,Q$>i% sisi < gaQ 
asiSfe® qgqs* eiS g> 391% ©191 an qaa» 

91* QQ GSjG 9&G9 G9IQ Q§9I^ flIOTIQi 31© 

<9W£ asaig9 §919 9SQ 1 q#<$Q ' sasaai- 
G«ftGQ 9G*[^wQrgiq aqg G9IQ Q3i ^§© egfa^ 
9KW>i% S!eSiia© 9»asK?9iq e§fasa^ «98ga% 

9lff9 W ^>ie? %1 ©9.Q^1 ^GQ I BQCMGii ^ <I 
«a^(OQ SQGaiaGQ ^G^iaQ^aiQGQ 6 9891*10^ 

«.Q O19I0T Q§ GgfaW GQ9I% GQla^l G?18 Q§ 

gqi© toq q.%?iqGQ <aia9i saaiQ qasj^. ^qai 

G9IQ%Q1 G©€)% 91^G«l I ] 
GQTaGQq-3. ©•■«—( 6SJaqi + aa«iiGa <% ) — 
Brajjpadeya e^a^Q" «^% a$ai§Qfi? ®q% 

an W — T ne 5 sons born of Draqpadi to the 

5 husbands respectively. 

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corresponding fo 'dh\ 

$» $ ( m -■«$.— a^a 9391+9$, «eO~"" 

^ I 9&! — 1. BrabuiS, the Creator o£ 
... ' the universe. 
> l( +9$ ■.'«) %G99— 

2. Kubera, the God of riches. 
» I #§ _3. Virtue; religion. 

v I (+9#. a) ao— 4. 'Riches, 

* I sctIqq gg to ( sii q en ai-ai ai © ) sa^t 

^*| TO"- 5. The 6th tune of the "Hindu 

gamut. 


wiqqs 40QOQ 



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£tf£ Jbu ) 
Hold; oatohi 

QQ m% 9GQ© CIO (<«Q- a&MjSQ !)— 

n interjection used in 

. setting a dog to a prey 

SIOHQ9 meaning c catch it'. 


aa 

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w I GQ..©— aa ( GQfil )~ s Dha-a (See) 
ya— GQ.§ ( «; 89)— a9 §s- -09g9|Q 9STQ 9iO €!Q— 
Dha-a Anogeissus Latifolia; Anogeissus 

Tomentosa. 

a. Qig— », aoft, §aio- [o,— <4©l «1©9W 9©q 

cafQ, Miq, *J»Q, «9 eiSQ 09 .aa i <9'Q 99» 
9*1^9., W«> aifS)% aQ| * ®V .^ fl *w ■»»* 
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a. ai9$i sera «oi 9I9IGQ 1 < soi 


<%, biqgqi <i cisq as, era 6 GQQ 

.SKftGQ QQSI I G9<9saii .fl^GSl <!9I 931SJQSI, 9£T" 
0|9©ia9, §^9IQ9, 0109, $?93f? 6.0lfL WWQ 

^iq i.<9! gew, wk.6 Q?9ia« 1 ] 

Dha-aka Blazing of fire, 

sf<?sras ^^1— »<99qgQI— Blazing. 

Dha-aka saka l Dhakasaka ( See) 

Dha-a dha-atu A part of a lullaby. 

6l«€l©QfiH-aiOT. WIWLQ) ©«.— GS3 CiOGQ sgiQ «q 
Dhaa-pachikana QI9IGQ a^O^a €0«|saN I 
aaa ©9311 4 That which has an out- 

a B ia ©**Ssi! w > 8<?«^Q ward show while possess-" 
yaa ©©Ssil J ipg no inner worth; gaudy. 

Dha-a boile kamur^Li paka(ka)uchhj Qg^ 9^«fQ 

€Q@GQ QnfiT^QGQ gi^lQ«8 <g QIO*» 

gqo Q4^-An ironical expression used 

in respect of a blunt weapon or a 

worthless dog. 

Dha-ala(le iba qje. g<>. aQOiqGQ^aai SIRSg) — 
«I^RT t J WW 9Q9I— 1- *£o whiten. 

■ J \ QQQ 9® W% aiaa" OOGQ gGSTQ 9Q9H 

2, Tq whitewash, 

MaftQI— w. -S . ( *». a^a as?^— a^QiQ9i (w«)— 
Dha-diba t DhaulSibS (See) 

tiag-G^. $. ©«i.— (9°. tf©)— <ij a©dg— 

Dha-asa ^Quickly; very soon. 

(aei9— aoi%a) G9 9.— v es?t®; 90— l.E<»<». 

> \ <? ®€1Q— 2. Great speed. 
Dhain 1. Asthma. 

^T 2. Gasping; panting. 


' a Gf«f 


( *<!*« ) 


ilQQ -0Q 


1 ■ i , - — i n i — ■ . I I jim I I ■ || i.i .^— ^^^»^»^^— ^— h i — 


DhainaS Asthmatic, 

ta^i — aiQ«iqp) 

■feltfejOQl -GO. $- M WGqGiQ 9B( Q09I— 

DhaiH uthiba L Attack of an asthmatic fit. 

■ (ad) Q%QQ\— aCH^pi) 5 I «Qfl,lSl 9§QI — 

3 Wtft tel e?IT'«CTT 2. G-asping; panting. 
-flCfq-G9. 9— afiq (Cq«) 

Dhaincha Dhanicha (See) 

fcKjQQ~€9. W— «9 QQfl«» G9$% WiQ dq<U^ 

Dhain sain 9&2JM — Panting; gasping. 

&Q9QC@QI— G9. tf. (agiOQQa)— ao«i<5 ^|gj G9§_ 

DhaiH sain heba c^QGQ ©<WS g«U3CQ9l 6 S?>9I- 

(t.a*S«* 6WI— a©i%9) To gasp; to pant on 

tKfa ICTIFft account of exhaustion. 

fclQQ-GQ. Q— Qid qqi ©atq a§ ©?9 si$ sqsiq a$- 

"Dhairi ' QG8Q-— -A fishing pontrivance of reed 
vaQQ, aqfi)-«Gwq,a) work. 

Dhairjya 1. Patience; fortitude. 

aejA, aejd, a$QS> J. ^ »*"& *«e a ^ ' 

csfiw ; I £J09f — 2. Firmness. 

gK3 « [ QlffiQp — 3. Calmness-, composure. 

uqgH §@i— G9. M-eMvii ap w$iq~ 

Dhairjya burda Causing loss of patience or 

f oi titude. 

<tf€i§>(f|)— 9I69. (*$$?) ^ —VQ$l ( G9«l ) 

Dhauidi(ri) Dhairi ( See ) 

&!Q$— Ql. a^H. 931 (3, Gafo) — Gild — 

Dhauta • Washed; cleaned. 

fci^q— 9 (^. as») — a a ( €9<a ) 

Dhaura Dha-a ( See ) 

-^q(»i)— gi- wi. (or. a9a) — a»i ; g«,q— 

DhaulaUa) White* 


Dhaula(le)iba d | GdlQ OQQf— 1. To whiten. 

whlwul > i Qig^ o^oeiiQ ot9 a«i QQ9I — 
yi^fl*i«ir 2. To whitewash. 

Dhauli €S^ Gilt »OI Cai«* — 1. A. kind of white 

aff^fl plant-lice infesting paddy plants* 

[ % — <@ GQ19 S!9^1 6 q^ fligGQ S|Q QQQQ 

Q€1SJ; €^2 90W fl^SM 6 Q« €991 9I9IGQ ©l§ I 

<l 6019 ClfiQ 99 «IQfl9l% QS flai ftQQK I ] 

^1 9IQ€J VICGQ 9«ii €9IQf|9l-OI8 a^9) SKr 
©Ga^J aQ€i — 2. A contrivance .for fish- 
ing made of bamboo-laths. 

* I tf (a. a9»i ? wal)— mi «i$— 

3 White cow. 
v | aQ©gsi i G^« )— 4 - -Qhauligiri (Sea) 
W. W. ^1—^9094 03%'} ^at—White. 

DSiauli giri a^O^Ga^ — Name of a hill in the 
aiq^aqw 7 Puri district. 

^QQai^l^ j i [9 — <9I ^9G^QQ 93 W 

QQQQTCQ 9SJJQQ1Q 9S^1 QI^GQ TOg© I <§ 
Q^©Q gSS?l© O^l ^f ° 91© €$© I <3?1GQ C9?^| 
^IQQ yq qs>o q.ffi G«i9Q G9iQ«i> I <1Q g^iflio 
^■qoft Qflqcq ^l ; s^^d" aowteQ ©Sa G9iQ 
^qiq 8i«?ii9 9qaift*r<ia ai^iQQ qfl|a9^1 «*|ifll 
ai9i9 aipSq" acai99Q **t ^S9a ai€% ^^igq 

^aiQQ G9lQ^Jg t -091 Q3GQ ' 9^9f|Q 6flll?^ S9- 

«9Q 6 ©9G99GQ as««* fl§?Q ag I <a§ a^a 
S)9^GQ aiol^ 'QMPq Goto q»aia 'eowitf ^l^^ 1 

Cflif <! OTIQ ^Q G9I^ SCfllQ 9q9i<3 I <J^GQ ^91 
a€a»^ t^f aiJS! 9GCT 09lflI^Q aifliq QQQQQQ 

n afiB-fla g^^i ag i G«ii^<i giQGQ +t qjp| 
(a« aig9 91 as ggigsis qfl«i) «Si G9 q^fiGQ 
CWMfligqrQ mn 9it9i q.^1 (off) QQ q$|siG> 
as i <9 9191^ 699% csiaitf 6 qa 69gg»Q 
aaQ9t9 9$i G9iR eai ^ia?i9iQ aw!^ 9qgi<i i 

«H9«)1 21© G9 ^€999 9fi> 9 9» ^^^9 G99* 
eSP% <lg»OiGQ Qfi© G91Q?IQ I ©99Gi qalQia* 


»Q«W 


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a999- 


awa 9i9«* 9§9 G9?s$!i«iicr Quitfl <a Q1919Q 

4I€$©Q1 - G9. 3— (3. MOq) -aaQlQSI (G9S) 

Dhauliba Dha-alaiba (See). 

9TORT 

d€5©fll€)9l— GQ. 9.-— QSQ ©iOSQ 91 aiGKlSGQ a$© 
Dhauji-mariba qq|9 £$91 — The plants being 

*t t^lrffl infested with white plant-lice. 

(a$9 fliQQ9l-eK^%a) 

U4©— QIG9 (QqftQfi) 9*3— *QH (GQ«) 
Dhaen Dhanya- (See) 

*W© d<9 9§9l-fllG9(qaWi)§'-a9'i V&* 9Q9I(G9«)- 
Dhaen dhaen kariba Dhanya dhanyakariba(See) 

U«§-giG9 («0|,«TO)' ©— aQQ (G9«) 
Dhaer Dhairi (See) 

W°«a— giw(fl»fl) ^— t I a$l— 1. A push. 

Dhamkia j | a^l $iq ag|Q — 2 A pushing blow. 

(£««— siQt%a) 

a°€ll — 69. 9.— <> I (3. *9) 99 09191—1 A big flag; 
Dharhsa standard; pennant; ensign. 

Wl; J I ($, 9&0 €«iqs3l«IGQ qS?|S? SfiCIGQ 9I« 

*R*V 6 6t QQGQ 9918919$ 9:«q — 

fffaW 2. .Big kettledrum carried and struck 

W&H, sn OT on the back of an elephant or camel 

in a Baja's procession. 

Dhaiisiba 1. To bite. 

*K*t1; ^HT ; ( (sr. &°q) a°q 9391 — 

*K*ri ^HT 2. To destroy; to ruin 

*m\ * I (gf.a&i) 9£1§I9 96191^ a§«1 9€Wlj[ — 

viTOTfT 3. To use force; to assault; to outrage. 

KHI; tf *RI * I 99209); ©§991; 99fl9!^ 

4, To sink down; to yield. 

W\— €9. 9— *»l (69«) 
DhaSnda Dhanda (See) 

U9 v U9 v —3. a— atf £faiQ eei!Q s .HQ»9 q$« ggi;©-- 

Dhak dhak Blazing of a flame; glow of fire; 

f^&t glitter of fire^ 

SUPS** ^ ,1 9a 5HI9 €$9| 91 QMI G99t$ G990I— 

(89^— flaiC^Q) 1. Feeling of acute pain in boils 

and wounds; aching pain. 

* I S©0Q91j99 99 — 
3. Throbbing; palpitation. 

€9. ©«— aaWfQ £$^91— ■ 

Blazing; burning with a flame. 

9$s, a?»9 a» a« g$»q s?oq ook I Qtf ( »i9. qq n 


69. $ 9<a— $ § G9IQ— 

In a blazing manner. 

^awc ©so as as 

d^9— €9. 9— 99* 9Q* 9I&9I— 

Dhak-sak "Weeping bitterly with gasping; 

aQ999Q ) Q sobbing; moaning. 

aG9QSG9Qj ^ 69. W— 90* .9Q* C9IGfr 
rf"W, (j%Ft . 9IQ39I— Weeping with gasping; 
qf^j *" sobbing. 

£ 9<3— 99 QQ* G91Q— Sobbingly. 

W«— 69. '9-V \ flfl96»^ «Q ©W— 

Dhaka 1. Gasping or panting due to over- 

exertion, 
<> I SQ 9^5 9^ v G99l" 

2. Palpitation of the heart (Ho wells). 
* ' $>% — ^' ^ ati S ue (Ho wells). 
v I ©§^91 ©SB*Q GW— 4. Blaze of fire, 
(919$ =916* qfijo— paqo) 3IG9 ( 9IG^«.9 ) $— 
€l£Ti ^Q» — White rice; fine rice, 
69. M— Q^ — Good 
WQ^dQI— G9. — t-iei9|3 H9\ fiqflQj i)9ia© — 
Dhakaufi dhakS 1. Pushing each other; 

(a99a9l, *l9°£9l — «9«(^a) mutual shoving. 

*rftrt*rt#t i 1 ^Q€i^ ©Q9i flaGQ goq cor— 

^IifiTT^I5fT, ^*Q^ 2. Pushing each other in a large 
crowd; justliDg in a dense crowd, 
W9 09-G9. 9 6 ©«. (M3sC9iq)— «. I 999919; 
Dhaka chaka 9*Q 999; 9^S ^913 ^aiGQ «fi9l- 
^99 999 7 ^ Q 1- Wrangling- tattling. 

a9Q 099 J ^ -> ! 9 91Q tffl S Q 9QG9G» 
^P^ 1 G-901 6 9G^CI fliJGQ ^9^ aqaQ G9IQ 913 

*mi$t 9^91— 2 t Higgling and haggling. 

(aai— 99l<l 9lQQ«! 9CQQ9I Qicf G^9I 6 9GOTP 
«yG9 9OT9 9 IO 9§9> d999 QflQ I ) 

=^^1 * I WQ3 G9JG9IQ G9ie9fSi — 

^5H^^ 3. Jolting 

( MI— C&9I 9QG9 909 SII^GQ 0© ^9! CQ9-' 
a909 §<3 1 ) 
fcl909^6ll(GQ)Q9l— G9- $ — G9f^9 9^ 9GCT qaf 
Dhakachaka laga ge)iba 9,9 5)©§jt 9Q91 — 
a99399 ^€l"Q9l ( To have a wordy fight 

a99G9Q9l J ^ with another; to wran- 

^^W ffM^ TO*T ^CT»i|T gle; to prattfe 


t»909 


( «**vv ) 


aQ!Q$* 


«9Q9 6901— €0. ■?"-■* I Q&t«Ga« 9&i $*% 9Ct*H- 
Dhakachaka heba 1. To talk long for nothing. 
(3CQQ0G9Q »9I— afliqp) to babble. 

3*>snr wn siqggi am 0991 gsh^wqsi ewi— 

2. To be awfully shaken (said of a person 
sitting on a cart driven on a very rough road). 

«9©eai— W.W. 9?— €« ^1166* 39N 9»i9iq 9£Q; ! 
DhakachakiS Sia§>— Wrangling; babbling; 

(^9G9Q— *1) talkative. 

*tfferi 3*«r<t 

U9S1-CQ. 9* (3. 0§l)— SI0199I9GQ 9*99© q$ft 
Dhakana §G€l<a (9IQQ1 aijT) — A weapon , used 

in ancient days in battle. 
8989 6991 -G9. $. (3. a<a<$OT)— 

Dhakadbaka heba * | ais^2i Q§^Q€]£a QQ91 — 

*RW3^I1 1. To burn briskly or with a 

smsFTRT blaze. 

* I Ql§q9SQ 9$91; G999I 9Q9t«- : 2. To ache 

with a throbbing o£ shooting pain. 

Dhakadbaki 1. Palpitation of the heart. 

g^s#t j i §£& 59.9a— 2 - The heart - 

Dhaka nikix<lijibS <g|£}— Being much tired or 
(a9 ©96*991— «iOs%a) fatigued. 

uss^-^-g^. a. '(aoi«jQQa) — ^ 1 a»at— 

Dhakapaka i. Bestless. 

WW'' * I $® 8Q9I — 

qmqq? 2. Palpitation of the heart. 

* I Q£|GQ €>^Q afi99l — 

3. Restlessness of "mind duetto fear: 

893 W9I — G9. «-aO€J *9I <GQ«)— " 
Dhakamadhaka DhakauS dhaka (See) 

89 fl]§9l— giG9. («9»l®) $*-■«* I a&9Q9i— 
Dhaka mariba 1. To pant 

> 1 (qq9 qq§) 319391 goq) 9©s«a aicf 

$319 G99lj $<lfll€l9l-2.\To take rest 
after running for some time. 

U9St~G9. 9. (a. a§ ui^— £»« 9$9J)— < I a$i— 

Dbakala 1. ^fpush with the arms. 

q$G\ 2 I aQsi^Q — 2, Oppression. 


tr$ 


9^35; rtrat * I &9! 0t$ ©§*9l — ' 

3. Driving away with a push. 

d«q(esi>QQi-f-G9.§ — 1 1 a^raia <sw G3w^eopi- 

DhakaJfi(le)iba , 1. To push a man to and fro. 
a9Qa©s*9Q9ii -*. > 1 3«g giass 9§- 

a©Q9i > 99*%9; 6<a99qqQ9i — 

a9l«l9l I 2,. To over ' crowd a 

^WCW^^Tl place; to pusb many 

v&Ri 33141; vr&WKHt persons into a small place. 

^%5>5fT 3. To oppress. 

899 U94 — GQ. 6 ^a— QGjgg aei flqs^j agia^l— 
Dhakala dhakali^ Mutual shoving or pushing. 

U9I — G9. 9. («, aJ^al%«g9i9 9§9I)— 
Dhaka ^ 1 9l$9iqTO9b QI9IG0Q— 
(a$ — 2l9iQG) I. A push or shoye with the arms, 
«rM > l «Q«11S — 2. Gasping; panting. 

finnst;**? • 1 $QaQiefaG}SQ3§<s>G»i§GQ9i©9i- 

3. Collision of two things, 
v l (QMi^) SGf«[a — 

4. (figurative) Obstruction; check. 

-# H99flia) G9?«8 9§ pi <as<ai qqgq- a^t 

5. (.figurative) The influence of a thing or 

act on another. 

fe— OTI, Gff(€Sl)©l, 9I$$I, mT«i, aazH, GOQ, 
©^Sa* ssjgq ©floqo gew ag 1 a$i— 9(91 919 
€Ofia l fi«>(M)9i-9WO . f iq'aoia-^i wqph 
ggi^© QOfii 6 ao$ gi^ goq i sxjai— gq|Q© 

oaai- 1 - 99iQ© W3 6 as? « giq sotiq e9QGQ 

GSa^ GOQ I GOQ— GQ9Q ^^g Q» 3G£])C1 aQ'^ 
9191 fliq G3Q I Ogflai— 9^3 91^ G*?^l§ 9h^ 
99%, 9iag>%GOQ l] 

d«l(G9)QQI— G9. ^. ( «- ^ aiQ»-g9IQ 9Q9I; aa 
Dhak5(ke)iba a^«»Q^g G99I )— 

^%«RT 1 . To push violently with 'the arms. 
dW > I QSflQ QGQ SWIS flfQQI — 

^ftfaT 2. To gasp; to pant, 

awi t aonaa ^^ ^^ 09% ff ^^^ 6ifr 

aG9Q„ G99I j * ft 8G^ agctaea qp ii© 1 


] 4»r«iOTi 


( *«*^ > 


a* 


if* 
3. To pant on account of extreme heat- , 

U«hV|«hNI 4. To palpitate; to throb, 

39! G1IQQI— -G9. 5— V 1 W«HOiq a«l 9IIQ 3§9I— 
Dhaka khaiba 1. To get a push or shove 

<t^W®3l from another; to be shoved 

cpnmrfflT by another. 

CQft €9Q 60Q QVI 391 SIQCSt flg9» I 6^199 Q»» 

■ -M ( wia ) g©€$a ai£9l— 

2. ( figurative ) To meet with opposition 

or check. 

Dhaka deba To give a push or shove. 

SIWT *tHMI, >SFWT ^*1T 

391 QIQ9I— C9. 9— <39 9g S6GP «©i 9gQ «9 
Dhaka bajiba GffiQGS WJI« — 

qftMHI ColBsigp two things colliding with 

(aei Q?i9l— TO<t%a) 
W0I3W-TO. £ — G9JW SIQ1S 91 909I9Q G«£SL 
Dhaka sahib a 3f)|Q9l — 

q|*|»ltW*llH To bear the brunt of a blow or 

qqqft ^fsn^TT misfortunei to weather a blow; to 
a9i qc]jQ9l 7 hold out stoutly against 

a9l 99IQ9I J *• a danger or blow. 

&QQ Q S6QQ G9QI— CQ. 4?— t I S>cf9Q # G9IQ Q1&9I- 
Uhakei sakei heba 1. To cry bitterly with sobs 
to sobs; to bewail; to bemoan. 

2. To complain with wails and sobs. 

Dhakk (root) 1. To strike. 

2 1 Q^| 9$9I — 2. To destroy; to spoil. 

* I 9Q18 <3fclQ9l— 3. To annihilate. 
*IQI (QOW)— Wl QQilQ ( G9<2! ) 

Dhakka (etc) Dhaka etc. ( See ) 

as?— G9. q -qsiiq»3fc vraeew— 

Dhanka A demon described in the ^amayana. 

9%i9 ca direct 9 a <? a»«c« €9% as qcq »ica ©a 1 


Dharikasa garcia ^q— Name of a stronghold of 
a non-aryan Raja of ancient Orissa. 
[ ^— G9§ G9§ <9I^ €©fi?l 91 *hJ©Q G&QTMft 

G9ia aQfliQ QQ9 1 ] 

Dharikia Push. 

aGP® — giG9. (SfflATO) 9. 9?— «Q9l§© q_99— 
Dhangaida Unmarried young man; a bachelor* 
(acrQ, acr^i, asrqaicr<3» 5 aicr^i — aswqq) 
(acpq, aicr^l, aicr<a, acr^fl— <1) 

dQI— GQ. 9. X 2. y» ; %Q. fllft-aG»l )- 
Dhaja qoiqi — A flag. 

1. Scales; balance,, 

2. Ordeal by the balance. 
•" ! 901 qS— 

3. The sign Libra of the zodiac. 

4 A standard weight of 42 ratis. 

* J ^ ( §. €tfi?g|€lQ ) — 5. Religion. 
5> I 6*9 €18 ( ^IG9ft, )— 

6. Anogeissus Latifolia ( tree ). 

Dhataka A standard weight of 42 ratis. 

^?©l— g, 9. %1 (as+^+«fl)— t l TO©© ^1— 
Dhatika 1. Old cloth. 

(a$1 -ei9i^a) > 1 aqiiGQ 09 g^i ^ 9^— 

2. Loin cloth. 

* I OlQ; tilq fiJQI— 3. Rags. 

v I G9fate— 4 - A strip of cloth worn over 

the private parts. 

* I SjQi a§> — 5. Hem of cloth; border of a 

cloth. 

9®IQ sisl a$l^ 7^9% flilCQ I 

i> i aqe*; an g^q <S©q (g. a.)— 

A standard weight of 5 seers. 

*l*1— 9. ©. «— ^ I ( ^t+Qff j Vfll «.9. )— (GOl^) 
Dhatt ^)0| q3 (g. a;)— 1. The astrological sign 
(a?— «9i%a) Libra in the zodiac. 


*9. 


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a<$Qi 


2 I S©; B916W — 2. Siba. 
*> I Q6l© v (f|$QW) — 3. Merchant, 
v | Q§lQ|Q; GSJ EMH QQ^IQ 6©ft ©GQ(§. fl.)— 

4. A weighman 
+ I $!.—(»*+*}) olQi ©q©fti— 5. Rag. 
$> I q^di %ci|— 6. Old cloth. 
9 I C^falft (g- 9.) ~ 7 * A lon S and narrow. 
strip of cloth put on over the privities, 
r I 9f ©* (@CTO) — 7, Loin-cloth. 

« I aq c aift qgq sfaicft @$$1 9&: «$ (ft. g.)- 
9. A piece of cloth worn by a woman, 

after conception, 

fC— DM GCilQG 2J£3l€Q €l4l*lft8€Q «OI, 59^1 

931, OTil, QQSWWI* QQQS^ * 9^ ftSS>GQ 

6©ta§ qswGQ «1% a*1 @w>isl ^^ ^- a l 

*|®— G9. SI.— (aftift©l% %«. 3. «? Q)~ I 121Q€% 
Dhard $OlQ — 1. At once; immediately. 

spste (sa&i— -sq aa^. ©c<s a$ qq 90 qQ ciq i) 
&9j©a ^ s®lS ?S® c©i?36Q 91© 99i— 

^©"eftl / 2- Cracking or crashing 

aQuW i Bftn^Q sound of two hard thing 8 

a9§€[ J striking with force. 

©at «9 % e§ qviwi afiteiQ cqq act^ii atoGQ ff§ q§q i 

a© ©i(G©)OTi— g<3>. 3. («.,» ai^a^ew SfiS%a)- 

Dhar^-ka(ke)iba ^ j q^qqi; aflQIMH — 
qs^ft 1- To threaten; to terrify. 

nireim > i*cii© SB© $iq '§©©& Q^a o QQQ9I— 

2. To cause palpitation of the heart 

with abuse or threatening. 

Dhard-ka dhard-ki Terryfying; threats. 

Dhard dhard 1. Sound of palpitation 

of the heart. 

SRT, qf, $l*fal C£U ©d<S! ©|GQ ©ISMQ SIQ — 

Slf^f* 3f? 351 2 - Sound P roduced bv 

striking a dry'skin with a stick or by a 

stiff cloth striking against a hard thing. 

■* I 9Q&I ©6ft QgQ QQ8Q a<3i©©»© S©— 

3. Sound produced by two hollow things 

clashing against »each other; rumbling 

sound. 


9i*f asas «a gq — €«35ilo 1 

v I qwai 91 GQ«I$. SSIQQ M9I S§l ft 6WI- 

4. Wrinkling or slackening of the skin o* 

the "body due to old age or sickness, 

y@— gQ # ©. ( ST. a ^.l^%aQ; UIQ4 ©Q9li 3191 ^9©^L 
Dharda aiq^l ©SQ ) — K\ ©9«>; flg©^^ 6 9ga$ 

a^lQQ $d flaSjfil— X. Headless trunk. 

V& > t giQ«ft*< 9@q9Q^l— 2. Frame; outward 

^ -^ cover without the inner contents^ 

( mi— QQfty>iQ ©9qiqi% 9^ Qsai© %iSi gqq 

©99IQQ Qlfa «161 ^9? Q& 3iQS^ I ) 
« I €I<3]Q; C®^ — 3 ^ ?ody^ 
( a a i— 991 9^GQ SR Gfll ^9 OO^i^. ©I§ i ) 

4. Skeleton only. 
< Ml— ft «IQ ft §Q ©1 a© QgQ^l I ) 
* I eifiQ Cig 5 QfiQ 9p 6 91© a°^l 9I9 S 9I« 
Q.q, 6 ^© «*a - 5 - The tr ^ nk of a tree - 

d@9 — €9. $. ( ^ft©Q^l )— * I 9£[ — 
*Dhar^aka 1. Fear. 

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^^«r 2. Palpitation of the heart. 

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